Virtual Webinars (Session 2021-22)

Webinars attended by PRT's

Date of Webinar Topic Resource person & organization Learning outcome/ discussion/ training
9/4/21 MIE Certification Duhita Parmar Certification Course. The teachers are all now Microsoft Innovative Educators.
13/4/21 Social and Emotional Development in Primary Children Pallavi Abrol The learning outcome was to cater to the needs of the children at early years for their social and emotional development.
21/4/21 ACE Level I Duhita and Mahima The course enabled the teachers to be now ACE Level I certified Educators.
28/4/21 Interrelation of Literature and Social Science Dr.Sanghita Sen The workshop aimed at building a relationship between Social sciences and Literature to help build an emotionally balanced society.
10/5/21 Revisiting Bloom’s Taxonomy Puneeta Malhotra It helped the teachers to achieve their teaching objectives by setting goals for the student learning and then creating assessments to observe the learning outcomes.
11/5/21 Assessment Simplified Reema Mithwani The main motive of this workshop was to make the teachers aware that there are other methods of Assessments rather than the usual pen and paper test.
12/5/21 Designing Effective Projects Shagufta Siddhi Deconstruct a project and differentiate between an activity and a project.

∙ Do a needs analysis for the big idea on which one plans the project.

∙ Learn the process step by step, from culling out a driving question, branching questions, preparing for the resources, and launching your project.

∙ Monitor, document and assess the process of designing and executing a project idea

∙ Create a rough plan to launch their own pet project idea

∙ Assess a student’s performance and report a student’s achievement during the project.

13/5/21 Assessment Tools 1 Puneeta Malhotra Identify the value and role of rubrics in measuring student learning

∙ List the steps in creating a rubric

∙ Identify an assignment in your course that could use a rubric and draft the criteria

14/5/21 Assessment Tools 2 Preeti Gupta Identify the value and role of checklists, rating scales and anecdotal records (CL, RS and AR) in measuring student learning

∙ List the steps in creating such tools.

∙ Identify an assignment in your course that could use CL, RS, and AR∙ and draft the criteria

15/5/21 Inquiry Based Learning Ankur Rupani -Understand the IBL process and appreciate its need.

∙ Understand and analyze the levels of inquiry and their role as a guide

∙ Develop their skill of asking deepening and

probing questions / give clues during the inquiry

17/5/21 Excel Training Protima Gupta Use tools for the formatting of cells

• Differentiate between absolute cell reference and

relative cell reference

• Use functions and formulas for calculations

• Filter the data/ Sort the data

• Create a drop-down list and print the excel sheet

18/5/21 Active Learning Strategies Reema Mithwani Explore different active strategies across many different learning styles that can be used across different subjects

∙ Experience and explore how these can be implemented in the classroom

∙ Share real-life examples with other participants

∙ Ensure a bank of strategies is created for use in the classrooms

24th May Setting outcomes in Teaching-Learning CBSE 

Ms. Monica Chawla

a) The participants were introduced to the concept of being specific while preparing the learning outcomes and to keep it simple for all students.

b) The participants were told to mentor, motivate and monitor the students before introducing any concept or topic.

c) The participants were taught to introduce the concept of 3 R’s – reflect, research, and review the present curriculum for better learning outcomes of children using Bloom’s Taxonomy.

27th May Importance of Gratitude Dr. Rajesh Chandel(CBSE) The participants were told to generate a feeling of being thankful for doing something with our students and working team in our school.

This workshop also focussed on the importance of Saying “ A happy heart always gives the best and a thankful person is thankful under all circumstances”.

Webinars attended by TGT's and PGT's

1 07 May 2021 Excel Training Sae Teacher Training Program

Ms. Pratima


Attended It will help in using Excel to keep attendance, a record of student details, average quarterly grades, create a lesson plan template and schedule, manage data records related to stock, document student behavior, and more.
2 08 May 2021 Seven Habits Of Learning Sae Teacher Training

Ms. Shaloo Sharma


Attended It helped in realizing that we must allow ourselves to undergo paradigm shifts – to change ourselves fundamentally and not just alter our attitudes and behaviors on the surface level in order to achieve true change.
3 12 May 2021 Inquiry Based Learning Sae Teacher Training

Mr. Ankur Rupani


Attended It helped in sharpening teachers’ assessment techniques as well as offering a powerful new layer to the ways in which teachers work with students both within and beyond the unit of inquiry.
4 15 May 2021 Social Emotional Learning Sae Teacher Training

Mr. Ankur Rupani


Attended This session helped in reflecting on the emotions and behaviors as a teacher and learn how to mindfully model social and emotional learning for the students.
5 24 May 2021 Anger Free


Professional Development Programme by Coe

Mr. Gunendra Kumar Mishra

Attended This session helped in understanding that if the schools become anger-free zone, it will help our students in developing effective skills and in eradicating emotions like fear, disrespect, humiliation and hurt, which are the by-products of anger.
6 25 May 2021 Understanding Multiple Intelligence Professional Development Programme by Coe

Ms. Reeta Bhargava


Attended It helped in realising that teachers who use multiple intelligence strategies in their classrooms address the dominant intelligence of all their students by presenting subject matter in ways that use language, numbers, physical surroundings, sound, the body, and social skills.

Attended by: Mr. Abhishek Sharma (TGT) & Ms. Gargi Choudhury (TGT)

Date of Webinar Topic Resource person & organization Learning outcome/ discussion/ training
08-05-21 Excel Training Ms. Pratima, NFC School Basic training in Excel for compiling data.
10-05-21 Revisiting Bloom’s Taxonomy Ms. Puneeta, SAE Discussion on the application of Bloom’s Taxonomy in teaching-learning process. How to create different levels of questions according to Bloom Taxonomy.
11-05-21 Assessment Simplified Ms. Reema, SAE Discussion on the Assessments with the focus on three parameters  Knowledge, Skills & Attitude
12-05-21 Designing effective projects Ms. Shagufta, SAE Discussion on the importance of Project-based learning with the focus on Big Idea. Understanding difference between Activity and Project.
13-05-21 Assessment tools 1 Ms. Puneeta, SAE Discussion on the value and role of rubrics in measuring students learning.
14-05-21 Inquiry-based learning Mr. Ankur, SAE Discussion on how Inquiry-Based Learning help students a way to channel the inherent curiosity in a structured manner and develop critical thinking
15-05-21 Assessment tools 2 Ms. Preeti , SAE Discussion on ways to record observations with a focus on Anecdotal records, Checklists and Rating Scales as tools of Assessment.
17-05-21 Social-Emotional Learning Mr. Ankur, SAE Discussion on the importance of Social Emotional Learning to understand our own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence our behavior.
19-05-21 Active Learning Strategies Ms. Reema, SAE Discussion on different strategies that can be used across different subjects.  Strategies that can be used to engage learners meaningfully during online learning.
Attended by Mrs.  Rashmi Saxena (TGT)
25/05/2021 Bloom’s Taxonomy and its application Mrs Gurpreet Bhatnagar  (i) The participant was told about the 3 domain of learning objective psychomotor, affective, and cognitive by Bloom’s.

(ii) The participants were taught the differences b/w Bloom’s taxonomy given by Benjamin Bloom and New Bloom’s Taxonomy given by David Krathwohl.

(iii) The participants were trained through various drills to identify different domains of learning with the help of relevant questions and examples.  (In New Bloom’s Taxonomy with the help of power point presentation).

(iv)The participants were told about the lower order thinking skills also.

(v) The participants got follow up form along with MCQs based assignment which was submitted at the end of the session.

(vi) The participants will be able to understand and use LOTs and HOTs successfully during the class.

27/05/2021 Importance of gratitude Mr Rajesh Kr. Chandel (i) The participants were taught about gratitude with the help of different quotations viz. what is gratitude and why is it important.

(ii) The participants were shared with the different ways to show the gratitude at workplace

Attended by Mrs. Shruti Trivedi (TGT) & Mrs.Harsh Chauhan (TGT)
10-5-2021 Excel Training Ms. Pratima

Society for Advancement of Education

The training enabled teachers to revise and learn some new strategies (formulas) to use Microsoft Excel more effectively.
11-5-2021 Revising Bloom’s Taxonomy Ms. Puneeta Malhotra

Society for Advancement of Education

The training focussed on understanding and enhancing the process of learning through Bloom’s Taxonomy. The training enabled the teachers to identify HOTS and LOTS questions and create balanced and effective assessments (question papers).
12-5-2021 Assessment Simplified Ms. Reema Mithwani

Society for Advancement of Education

The training enabled teachers to understand assessments and their types and analyze the skills to be assessed to be able to create a balanced test.
13-5-2021 Inquiry-based learning Mr. Ankur Rupani

Society for Advancement of Education

The training focussed upon using Inquiry-Based Learning as a learning tool. Much like project-based learning, Inquiry-based learning also is an effective tool to enable effective learning to take place along with the development of critical thinking in students.
14-5-2021 Assessment Tools 2 Dr. Preeti

Society for Advancement of Education

The workshop focussed upon the importance observation records and how to effectively create use anecdotals, checklists and rating scales as assessment tools.
15-5-2021 Assessment Tools 1 Ms. Puneeta Malhotra

Society for Advancement of Education

The workshop focussed upon the importance of creating rubrics for assessments and learning outcomes.
17-5-2021 Active Learning Strategies Ms. Reema Mithwani

Society for Advancement of Education

The training session focussed on learning through active learning strategies that enable the child to enhance his/her analytical and critical thinking skills. The session allowed the teachers to understand various digital tools like thinglink and book-creator that can be effectively used in online teaching.
11-5-2021 Designing Effective Projects Ms. Shagufta Bhardwaj

Society for Advancement of Education

The workshop enabled the teachers to understand Project, as a learning as well as an assessment tool, to understand the difference between an activity and a project and to learn how to create a project.
Attended by Mrs. Shweta Chugh (TGT)
29/04/21 Mathematics Teacher’s Webinar Mrs. Ishita Mukherjee

(CBSE Resource person)

Ms Surbhi Pandey

( TGT Mathematics)


Difference between Competency-based education Vs Traditional education


Promotion of Mathematical Thinking and Discussion with Effective Questioning Strategies.

26 / 05 /21 Connecting and communicating with parents CBSE training Headquarters /Reneesh Mathew The strategies and tips for developing effective communication with parents.

The passive and active communication with parents/guardians and how to deal with each other during certain crucial situations.

26 / 05 /21 Story telling in classroom CBSE training headquarters The use of stories as pedagogical tools, including using them to introduce the theme, explicate the main points, apply textual comprehension to everyday life, and demonstrate inferred knowledge.

To facilitate art-integrated and immersive learning through storytelling as pedagogy.

30/05/21 Overcoming challenges of online teaching during covid times Panel discussion by various CBSE resource persons by AIEF (All India Educators Forum) Having ingroup discussions, quizzes, role play, virtual tours, presentations, to keep students engaged in online classes.

Being empathetic with students even if they are not responding as we don’t know about the environment/situation in which they are studying.

It can’t be denied to the fact that online teaching can’t substitute school’s teaching and learning process even though teachers are putting up hundred percent

Attended by Mrs. Akanksha Agrawal-PGT (IP)
25.04.2021 Build a Face Recognition App using Python GUVI and AICTE under the program “AI for IndiaEvent” a.         Concept of AI was reviewed.

b.         Concept of Augmented and virtual reality was explained

c.         How to develop a face recognition app using python language.

25.05.2021 Understanding Multiple Intelligence COE AJMER/

Ms. Bhavisha Hirani

d.    Participants learned that Multiple intelligences theory states that everyone has all eight bits of intelligence at varying degrees of proficiency.

a.         It was demonstrated by a trainer that some students can have a good IQ, some can be good in Arts/ Music, some can be in logic.

a.         Participants were taught how to focus on your strength rather than weakness.

28.05.2021 Essential Components of a Lesson Plan COE PANCHKULA/

Dr. Pallavi Seth

a.            Participants were given a complete layout for developing an effective lesson plan.

b.            Participants were taught how to keep cognitive, affective and Psychomotor domain of Bloom’s taxonomy in mind while planning learning outcomes.

c.            It was told that the Lesson plan should not be teacher-dominated. A teacher has mastery of a subject but a student does not have.

d.            Every year teachers must follow the strategy of Plan-check/recheck and Use .

Attended by Mrs. Bharti  Chandorkar (PGT)
7.5.2021 Excel Training


Ms. Pratima ●        Introduction to Excel

●        Address of a cell or cell reference

●        Range of cells

●        Absolute and relative references(use of$ sign)

●        Autosum or sum of values

8.5.2021 Role of a teacher


Ms. Sandhya In today’s scenario, teachers plays the following crucial roles:

●        Manager of routines and classrooms

●        Leader and Facilitator of learning

●        Subject Expert

●        Curriculum and Content Developer

●        Mentor

●        SEAL Expert

●        Assessor of learning

●        Resource Person

●        SEN Support

●        Collaborator

●        Academic and Research Person

●        Parent Connect

●        Gatekeeper of Values

●        Nation Builder

●        Digital Learning Expert

●        Expert in Theories of learning

12.5.2021 Inquiry Based Learning


Mr. Ankur Rupani A teacher is able to understand that the

●        Inquiry-based learning can nurture student interests, passions, and talents

●        It can empower student voice and honor student choice

●        It can increase motivation and engagement

●        It can teach grit, perseverance, growth mindset, and self-regulation

●        It can develop formal and informal research skills

●        Inquiry-based learning can deepen understanding beyond the content

●        It can fortify the importance of asking good questions

●        It requires students to take an active role in the learning

●        Inquiry can help to solve the problems of tomorrow in the classrooms of today.

15.5.2021 Social-Emotional Learning


Mr. Ankur Rupani Participants are able to understand

●        The social and emotional learning programs reduced aggression and emotional distress among students, increased helping behaviors in school, and improved positive attitudes toward self and others.

●        By reducing misbehavior and the amount of time spent on classroom management, SEL programs create more time for teaching and learning.

●        SEL also strengthens students’ relationships with their peers, families, and teachers, who are mediators, collaborators, and encouragers of academic achievement.

8.5.2021 Common mistakes in Chemistry


Ms. Anila Jayachandran The participants are able

●                    To be familiar with various errors made by many students while answering the questions.

●                    To analyze the reasons for such errors.

●                    To know the ways to eliminate the common errors.

●                    To make the participants more focused.

●                    To enable the students to face the assessment confidently.

28.5.2021 Teaching Learning Programme


Ms. Paramjeet Kaur Dhillon The participants are able to

●                    learn learning style of students. (i.  Visual ii) Auditory iii) Read and Write iv)Kinesthetic)

●                    Multiple intelligences

●                    Use Multiple intelligences of students in classroom by planning their teaching activities

●                    Understand differentiated Instructions

●                    Know that what are the Factors affecting Teaching Style of Teacher

●                    Know about different Teaching Styles

28.5.2021 Essential Components of Lesson Plan


Ms. Pallavi Sethi The participants are able to

●                    Know that the lesson plan must not be teacher-dominated. The students’ traits, interests, ability, and previous knowledge are expected to know.

●                    While framing the lesson plan we need to keep in mind

i.  Students    ii) Content      iii) Material

●                    Understand that the Essential Components of Lesson Plan are Profile –Title/Topic, Sub Topic

Date/ Duration of class

1.            Objective

1.            Material/ Resources

1.            Procedure

1.            Questioning

1.            Assessment

1.            Outcome

●                    Understand that framing of objective is a must for a lesson plan. The teacher has to set a target which she needs to achieve.

●                    Understand the use of Bloom’s Taxonomy – 3domains of learning for a lesson plan.

●                    The participants were told about the 3 domains of learning objectives – the cognitive, affective and the psychomotor, identified by Bloom, and the question words that best exemplify them.

Attended by Mrs. Vinti Verma (PGT)
7th May, 2021 Excel Training Ms Pratima Learnt the following on excel:

1. list the names and functions of the Excel interface components.

2. Enter and edit data, auto sum, autofill, data filtering, etc.

3. Format data and cells.

4. Construct formulas, including the use of built-in functions, and relative and absolute references.

5. Create and modify charts.

6. Data validation and conditional formatting.

8th May, 2021 Role of a teacher Ms Sandhya An interactive session. Learnt the different roles played by teachers like-

1. Manager of routines and classrooms

2. leader and facilitator of learning

3. subject expert

4. Curriculum and content developer

5. Mentor

6. SEAL expert

7. Assessor of learning

8. SEN support

9. Collaborator

10. Parent connect

11. Gatekeeper of Values

12. Nation builder, etc

Interesting activities conducted by the resource person which enhanced the understanding of the different roles of a teacher.

12th May, 2021 Inquiry based learning Mr Ankur Interactive session

  1. Confirmational enquiry
  2. Structured enquiry
  3. Guided enquiry
  4. Open/ true enquiry

Learnt all the steps to structure IBL

  1. Orientation
  2. Conceptualization
  3. Exploring
  4. Analysis, interpretation
  5. Conclusion
15th May, 2021 Social-Emotional Learning Mr Ankur Leant about the importance of social-emotional learning:

1. Promotes happiness and success

2. Space and time to reflect

3. Understand and navigate emotions

4. Bring out the positive

5. Build better relationship and interpersonal skills

6. Develop empathy

Also learnt how to plan and implement SEL and the triggering activities to be implemented.

Leant about the Circle time discussion and how to make a circle within a circle and circle outside a circle.

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