Train the trainers

Crossing boundaries toward- sustainable & cooperative school development through
capacity building

TET is a training route which allows our teacher mentors to be innovative and professional. Professional Development transforms teachers into better and more pertinent educators by authorizing them to create relevant and bespoke course instruction for 21st century’s students.

WHY TRAIN WITH US

The Teacher-Mentor of NILA will be working with a close-knit professional way, who are committed to improving and developing teaching and learning. Because quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent effort. NILA supports our teacher NOT stops being a student

Our training methods makes you unique

As society changes, so do the needs of teachers, making it thorny to design teacher training curricula which meet teachers’ lifelong career needs. Given the speed of change, the ability to adapt to societal transitions is a skill which is critical for teachers. There will always be a need for their continuing education, and teachers should play an essential part in the planning and implementation of their own professional development. CPD intended to create well – functioning, diversity – positive learning environment and as teachers gain expertise, their knowledge can be adapted for the education of others as well, there by benefitting all students.
“There is a significant and strong positive relationship between classroom discipline, effective teaching, and use of classroom reward system and student academic performance. Class room rules, enhanced classroom environment, reinforcing strategies and reductive procedures are class room management practices that strengthen effective classroom management’, so far approaches on class room management need to be well defined and well prepared”.
Not surprisingly, the most effective method of training instructors to use experiential learning is experiments. Experiential learning need to be project based and student – directed. To succeed within the current and future environment, all children and adolescents need access to quality education and learning that develop skills, knowledge, attitudes and values and enables them to become successful lifelong learners who can learn, unlearn, and relearn; find productive work,act wiseand actively engage in their communities. Experiential learning always allows young people to become agile, adaptive learners and citizens equipped to navigate personal, academic, social and economic challenges.
Inclusive Education allows students of all background to learn and grow side by side, to the benefit of all. At the school level, teachers must be trained, and students must receive accessible learning materials. Stigma and discrimination must be tackled and individuals need to be educated on the benefit of inclusive education. Every teacher must align laws and policies with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and need to ensure that children are reached with effective services. Advocacy, awareness, capacity building, implementation, support etc. are very important in school ‘training.
“For the first time in history, there are more non–learners in school than outside. An estimated 6 in every 10 children and adolescents globally are not achieving minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics. The breadth and depth of this crisis presentthe greatest global challenges in preparing adolescents and youth for life, work and active citizenship. Education and skills are fundamentally linked. A teacher or mentor is more responsible for the same. Without the knowledge and skills provided by strong educational systems, young people cannot live empowered in which they decide their own futures. Teacher Training needs to be based on future readiness.
“TET supplies teacher mentors the answer to the question “how can I harness the power of communication to help fulfill the survival, development, participation and protection of children? “ We are providing a reply by encouraging and facilitating the production of quality communication to improve the lives of children globally through teachers. Communication for Development strategies always promote behavior and social change that are particularly relevant, and in many cases essential to the development of soft skill.
“Facilitators are the equals of the parents for children. They are learners, not teachers. Facilitator’s job is not to teach children how to be good or study well but must like, respect and enjoy the parents they work with. Facilitators do not have all the answers, but they discover approaches. They will be supporters, not leaders. So far teacher’s facilitative skills are very essential for developing students to be happy and healthy.
Teachers are on the front line of positive education, they should be applauded for their ongoing commitment and dedication to children and their family. Building on pupils’ strengths is an important strategy to guide their learning process and to foster a positive atmosphere in class. Teachers gain guidance on how to talk to their mentees about strengths and explore the best ways to praise your pupil’s effort and achievements. Through positive education only teachers can contribute well-being and happiness to school atmosphere.
“In order to better achieve the teaching goals, teachers should also act as effective behavioral management experts. Positive discipline is a method of teaching appropriate behavior by interacting with children in a kind but firm manner. Teachers who use positive discipline aim to prevent behavior problems before they start. They help their children to behave appropriately through teaching, routines, understanding and support”
ASWATHY A R Teacher (English) VIMALA ENGLI SH VIDHYALAYA, TVPM

“ AS a teacher mentor, I believe the guidance and capacity building provided by NILA by their TET – TEACHERS ENHANCEMENT TRAINING is valuable for all our teacher group in our school VIMALA ENGLISH VIDYALAYA, MANCHA TVPM. Case study methods of class room management training of NILA was worthy for me and it tells me how to find myself more productive and to be a facilitator for my children.”

DEEPA SHARAN Teacher CHRIST NAGARPUBLIC SCHOOL, MARANALLOOR .TVPM

I loved every bit of the day of TET by NILA, because it was very uplifting. As a teacher I felt I need to mould a lot to suit the 21centry skills of dear students, CBT training and Experiential Learning Techniques was one among the major topics I am interested from their training session’s always feels loved to attend these session because it feels always knowledgeable and laudable.

AMRITHA SUBHASH Teacher (English) MARY MATHA ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL POTEHNCODE, TVPM

The TET by NILA was very inspirational, energizing, bringing lots of innovative strategy with both considerable and in depth knowledge collectively with case studies, learning form experience and being fully practice oriented. Well balanced composition of handouts and content helps our group to acquire new entity of knowledge on class room management.