Megha Ahuja presents a model implemented in two K-12 schools for supporting and mentoring teachers in order to achieve educational goals.

Supporting and mentoring teachers is pertinent to achieving educational goals. Through this webinar, I would like to introduce teacher training intervention model based on Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Framework implemented in two K-12 schools.

Training model:

Training Need Analysis - Training Delivery using Active Learning Strategies - Monitoring and follow up - Teacher Evaluation using Kirkpatrick's Evaluation Framework - Refresher Training - Individualized Development Plan

Mentoring and establishing positive relationship with the teachers emerged as a key aspect for the success of this model. It highlights essential parameters responsible for transmitting training into practice thus enhancing students’ learning.

Participants will get access to various tools created for each step. As an outcome of this intervention, individualized teacher development plan is created where each facilitator will be accountable for his/her own professional development. Through polls, there will be discussions on good practices and common challenges faced during the execution of this process.

About the speaker:

Megha Ahuja is a Developmental Psychologist, pursuing her diploma in Training & Development from the Indian Society of Training & Development, New Delhi. She is a graduate in Home Science and a post-graduate in Human Development & Family Studies from the University of Delhi. Having worked with reputed organisations like Educomp Solutions Ltd., British Council and Zee Learn, she holds to her credit nine years of experience in the field of teacher training. She is currently working on capacity building of teachers, establishment of a training evaluation framework and implementation of innovative academic programmes for students. She is a self-motivated person who takes challenges in her stride.

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