Teachers’ Courses in Delhi

The first SENCo group celebrating completing the course!

Gurpreet's role

play group.

Sophy and group doing

a role play.

Working out definitions

Harpreet's group  role play

The First Class 2009

2017  Initial Contact

The SENCo training group starting the course this year were a mix of counselors, teachers and parents from the  Delhi region, Punjab,  Nilgiriis and  Bangalore. The trainees appeared to  work well together and all enjoyed their learning.

 Most felt equipped to complete the course by the end of the contact classes whilst several commented on the comfort ( or not) of the chairs! And the length of the teaching day!

Commendations

Thank you for all the information – the classes were very interactive and will help us in our centres in the long run. Anchal


The SENCo course was much more than my expectations. It is a lot of content for me. I hope I can do well by the end of the year. Anjali


 I got detailed information from the presentation  on multiple intelligences. Parameswari


I loved the session on approaches to support as it was all group activities. Vidhika


I think we could have been with more time on  the sessions on lesson planning  and supportive environments- a very crucial aspect of the course- Sharonjit


The awareness of types of SEN session- Christine ma’am has a treasure of theoretical and practical knowledge which is commendable –


The role of assessment and report writing – Christine ma’am gave us practical examples. They were associated with the concepts in theory. This gave us a deeper insight for applying practical knowledge and situations in real scenarios. Richa


 The SENCo training group starting the course this year were a mix of counselors, teachers and parents from the  Delhi region, Punjab,  Nilgiriis and  Bangalore. The trainees appeared to  work well together and all enjoyed their learning.

 Most felt equipped to complete the course by the end of the contact classes whilst several commented on the comfort ( or not) of the chairs! And the length of the teaching day!


2017  Final Contact Class

 Six trainees  returned for the end classes of their SENCO training- one has started SEN awareness in a school in Nagaland- first of its kind- and three were developing the  SEN team in a school in Bhiwadi called Tirini. Another lady works in Daly College , Indore where she is also building the team’s standards of training. Mark , who has been working in the Gulf is looking to opening a centre in Kolkata with his experience and training from the course.



 All shared their experiences using ppts for their final presentation – Srishti is in a school in Gurgaon

 Their comments included: “I found the presentation on maths very interesting and many of my doubts about resource rooms have been cleared” Mark

 “ The session on lesson planning and providing accommodations required a lot of brainstorming”( no name)

“The session on identification highlighted to me the need to implement a system of screening in the school. I need to make a road map for myself and the SEN provision in the school”

“The final contact classes have given a new meaning to me plus a lot of confidence and strategies.”

The trainees take part in practical assessments including

As well as learning  more about