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Oxford University Press Organises Capacity Building Progr

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Oxford University Press Organises Capacity Building Progr
Oxford University Press Organises Capacity Building Progr

Oxford University Press Organises Capacity Building ProgrDelhi, twelfth December 2023:  Oxford University Press India (OUP), a division of the University of Oxford, performed a workshop on efficient implementation of NCF 2023 for arithmetic on the foundational and preparatory levels for lecturers in Delhi. The new and revised version of its flagship arithmetic collection ‘New Enjoying Mathematics’ was launched throughout the workshop by OUP’s famend writer Ashalata Badami.

The New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2023 aligned arithmetic course makes use of an activity-oriented strategy, aimed to get rid of math phobia and improve cognitive, inventive, and bodily growth in college students.

Attended by over 150 major faculty lecturers in New Delhi, the workshop launched them to experiential studying instruments for arithmetic endorsed by NEP 2020 and outlined in NCF 2023. Badami demonstrated the ELPS methodology or ‘Experience with concrete objects, language, image, image’ methodology for concept-building. She proposed a brand new strategy to problem-solving utilizing easy bar diagrams and recommended video games like Mastermind and Blind Tic-Tac-Toe to reinforce logical considering.

Aashalata Badami, who has over 30 years’ expertise in designing maths programmes and coaching lecturers to implement them efficiently mentioned, “This revision focuses on present traits in maths schooling, addressing the instant context of a kid’s world whereas incorporating Twenty first-century expertise akin to communication, creativity, important considering, and collaboration.”

It is pertinent to say that OUP has earlier collaborated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to develop a research-based capability constructing programme referred to as Think–Share–Learn–Practice (TSLP) via which lecturers acquire expertise in curriculum design and instructing practices primarily based on experiential studying which is rooted within the Indian ethos.

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