On August 22, Hyderabad based Next Education, India’s leading source of technology-backed K-12 solutions announced its foray into training for teachers, students, parents and principals of schools of all boards. Next Education is also the empanelled agency of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for providing mandatory trainings for the schools under its affiliation.
Next Education’s training is divided into two categories – one for the CBSE board schools and the other is the customised programme for all boards. The first category includes subject specific training program/competence building for teachers, CCE & CBSE’s Initiatives for teachers, classroom management for teachers and communication strategies for students. The second category includes “Nurturing Creativity”- The Creative Classrooms, “Showcase your portfolio”- academic quality management and documentation, emotionally intelligent classrooms, and Leadership Infinite – for students, collaborative classrooms, train the teacher – the parent, character building & value systems and SQAA awareness.
Interested schools or teachers in either category can apply for these programs by logging on to http://1220.127.116.11/training/) and enroll for the programs. For more information please call: Toll free Number-1800-200-5566 (Mon- Sat, 9AM -6:00PM) /91 9390571661/91 9346231136 or send an email to [email protected]
All the training programmes by Next Education are designed, crafted, mentored and conducted by leading academicians in the country. These training programs are very effective and unique with features like demonstration method, interaction approach and experiential learning methodology.
Next Education, India’s definitive provider of technology-backed K-12 solutions has significantly altered the education landscape in the nation since its inception in 2007. Based in Hyderabad, its leading product offerings such as TeachNext, LearnNext, MathsLab, ScienceLab, RoboticsLab and EnglishLab are used in over 6,000 schools across the country, transforming the lives of more than 6 million students.Posted in Corporate