Pathway School Noida offers international training to Delhi government school teachers

The Delhi government has teamed up with Pathway School Noida to run its first-ever teacher training program of its kind. 300-350 teachers

Pathway School Noida (PSN) today conducted the fourth training session of the IB MYP curriculum following a special request from the Delhi government to train school teachers. The training session was lauded and organized to meet the government’s agenda of bringing international curriculum to the Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE). More than 70 teachers from top government schools like SBV Suraj Mal Bihar, SKV Mayur Bihar Phase 1 Pocket 4, SKV Suraj Mal Bihar, SKV Lakshmi Nagar, SKV Vivek Bihar and many more participated in the session.

During the training program, PSN informs teachers about various aspects of IB such as vertical curriculum planning support, role of IB curriculum, familiarity with IB terminology, vertical training as well as horizontal alignment of content and an overview of research. -Based teaching can be taken by students along with interdepartmental education.

Proud to be selected as a teacher for the training program, Dr. Shalini Advani, Director, Pathways School Noida, said, “Pathway Schools is one of the top IB schools in India and the only IB continuum school chain in North India. We are very proud that our teachers have volunteered their free time to promote this teaching. It is commendable how the Delhi government has realized the benefits of IB education and given us the opportunity to share our knowledge and skills with government school teachers. “

In the coming days Pathway School Noida will conduct 3 or more such sessions and aims to train around 300 to 350 teachers through the training program.

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