CBSE workshop on CCE hosted by Jodhamal Public School

Excelsior Correspondent

Participants of CBSE Workshop posing for a group photograph at Jodhamal Public School in Jammu.
Participants of CBSE Workshop posing for a group photograph at Jodhamal Public School in Jammu.

JAMMU, Sept 23: Jodhamal Public School hosted a two day long CBSE training workshop for teachers of CBSE schools from Punjab, Himachal and J&K.  The workshop on Scholastic aspect of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation concluded today. It was conducted by the two esteemed resource persons from CBSE, Rashmi Ahluwalia, Principal Montessori Cambridge School Pathankot and Anupama Sharma, Principal MCP D A V School Solan, H.P.
The workshop began with the  lighting of the traditional lamp by the Resource persons and the School Principal & Vice Principal, followed by the CCE song sung by the choir of teachers of Jodhamal School.
The session began with the welcome address by the Principal, Trilok Singh Bist who welcomed the resource persons and all the present teachers. The resource person started by addressing the concerns of the teachers about the new system of evaluation, Rashmi Ahluwalia responded to the questions raised by the teachers on assessment and teaching methodology.  The importance of language for the acquisition of knowledge and for the thinking process was emphasized in the workshop. The teachers were further clarified with the parameters of grading and assessment. Developing the rubrics for every task was also stressed.
Anupama Sharma elaborated on reforms which will further be introduced in the curriculum soon. She said that the 73 teachers from North of India right from Himachal to Punjab to J & K have gathered for this workshop and whatever is discussed should percolate down to the classroom situation.
The goal of the training workshop was to train classroom teachers on continuous and comprehensive evaluation in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas and help effective implementation of the scheme for greater students learning and achievement.
Various sessions in the workshop included the meaning, features and concept exploring CCE and various tools & information, and highly inter active workshop was aimed at encouraging teachers to eventually own the concept of CCE. A group of around 45 teachers across different States were enriched about the capacity building and the implementation of CEE and FAs in the curriculum. All the teachers enjoyed the activities and presented their activity with full vigour.
Principal Trilok Singh Bist in his valedictory speech presented vote of thanks.