It’s obvious that good teachers are better at teaching students effectively. When teachers have access to continuous learning opportunities and professional development resources, they’re better equipped to become good teachers.
Professional Development is an integral part of APS culture and we endeavour for a continuous professional and personal development of teachers by-
Organising workshops and seminars in the school, led by experts from different fields of education or by experienced colleagues.
Sending teachers for field trips pertaining to their subject interest.
Teachers are often paired up to develop an interdisciplinary teaching activity. When two teachers work together, they use out-of-the-box thinking to create a dynamic learning experience for their students.
Peer coaching activities- Teachers observe their colleagues in the classroom on a regular basis. This gives them a chance to see how their peers handle classroom issues and approach their lessons. They get an opportunity to collaborate and suggest each other areas of improvement.