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BANGALORE: ‘Teacher Certification’ programme was launched by the Pearson Education Services in the city recently. The programme certifies the proficiency of teachers in using technology

Published: 18th April 2012 10:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:36 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: ‘Teacher Certification’ programme was launched by the Pearson Education Services in the city recently.

The programme certifies the proficiency of teachers in using technology in their classroom sessions.

Subjects and concepts are only as good as the individual teaching them. In order to effectively digitalise classroom learning it is of utmost importance that teachers are enabled to use the medium effectively.   

The programme is an extensive model that encompasses a detailed two level certification process in order to produce technologically competent teachers who can facilitate a more effective learning process.  

Srikanth B Iyer, COO of the organisation, said: “The idea behind launching a professional Teacher Certification programme was to simply make teachers more comfortable with using technology in their classroom delivery. ”

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