Heritage School organizes a workshop – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Participants of a workshop posing for a group photo with the resource person at Heritage School Jammu on Saturday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, 27th August: A workshop on ‘Pre-Primary Preparatory Years’ was held at Heritage School under the auspices of Tata Class Edge with the aim of preparing early childhood educators to deal with the most fragile and most difficult, here today.
Resource person, Monica Dhir, an expert in merging pedagogical knowledge with an understanding of classroom dynamics and in-depth industry knowledge, began the workshop with the stages of subconscious and mind development. aware of a child from 6 to 14 years old.
With relevant examples, she explained the importance of physiological knowledge and its impact on the psychological aspect of the development of the child’s mind, which further helps to validate and consolidate the appropriate methods of teaching and learning at the pre-primary stage.
The workshop included various activities that the teacher can perform in their classroom scenario to enhance a child’s learning.
In his vote of thanks, the principal appreciated the excellent presentation and expressed his confidence in his staff to incorporate the new learnings to further improve their methods.

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