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Pedagogical Homogeneity: A Two-Day Workshop on Techno-Friendly Teaching

Posted on: 25 Apr 2016


The two-day workshop on Pedagogical Homogeneity: A Two-Day Workshop on Techno-Friendly Teaching was conducted on 21 & 22 April 2016 in Hotel View Bhrikuti, Godawari for all the faculty members. The keynote speaker Prof. Dr. Mohan Prasad Devkota and guest speaker Devraj Paneru, a PhD scholar addressed the workshop with the thematic speech. The program focused on considering upon using technology in classroom to bring about a change factor to ease to meet our mission and vision statement of bringing the best together.

Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, the Principal raised some relevant issues in the program like what teachers are for in the Information Society, what we understand by the term ‘pedagogy’ and its place in the definition of the teaching profession, which roles information and communications technologies (ICT) might play in both the expression and development of pedagogy, the teaching profession will be able to articulate and embody these debates in their practice in ways that reflect, challenge and extend learners’ engagement with new technologies and he stressed on bringing homogeneity in teaching within the departments.

The program highlighted the range of beliefs, experiences, understandings and anxieties that underpin the day-to-day work of teachers - in classrooms with students; in staffrooms with colleagues; preparing work at school and at home; and evaluating professional practice and development with peers.

The workshop principally focused on:

  • The wider perception of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in society, culture and schooling.
  • The challenges to pedagogy.
  • The way in which ICT not only supports learning and teaching but changes the nature of curriculum of subjects.

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