Free Teacher Training Program for JIBS Srinagar Teachers

Srinagar. Professor of Eminence (Dr.) Sanjeev P. Sahney, Senior Director of Jindal Institute of Behavioral Sciences (JIBS) and Vice President of World Society of Victimology (WSV) at Amar Singh Club, Srinagar. Organized a teacher training program on “emotional well-being and stress management” for principals, teachers and counselors at a teachers’ gathering in the Over 150 teachers from 30 schools from the region attended the session on Saturday, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a good work-life balance by incorporating stress management techniques such as mindfulness, meditation and physical exercise. Dr Sawhney, head of the Center for Leadership and Change at JIBS, said that inspired by a deep sense of social responsibility, the Jindal Institute of Behavioral Sciences (JIBS) engages in extensive outreach programs community for teachers, offering them free capacity building. coaching.

Our target audience includes teachers, school leaders and administrators from various schools across India, as well as other low and middle income countries such as Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and Sri Lanka . It is pertinent to mention that leading teacher education programs curated by Dr. Sawhney have received international recognition, with the current module being shortlisted for the famous Wharton-QS Quacquarelli Symonds Sustainability Education Awards. It is ranked in the top 12% of world innovations. To date, Dr. Sawhney and his team of JIBS researchers have trained more than 1,80,000 teachers and school administrators in more than 8,000 schools around the world. Dr. Sawhney said we are implementing an uncharted approach inspired by the higher education context using a flexible environment, learning culture, intensive content, and professional educators (FLIP) model.

To help teachers and school staff practice practical stress management techniques, these teacher training programs are available in countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bulgaria and the Maldives. India. were also conducted in different schools in the countries. The scope of these training programs is extended to train teachers in the management of disorders such as dyspraxia or developmental coordination disorders (DCD). Dr Sahni said we have also expanded our free training module to cover relevant topics in our effort to reach the most remote schools in the country. Through this effort, we have extended reach and power to underprivileged communities in India and abroad. (IANS)

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