CBSE, the premier education board in the country has identified the need to train teachers on the hybrid learning platform subsequent to the uncertainties that were witnessed during the last two years of the COVID lockdown.
In a circular issued to its affiliate schools across the country, the Central Board of Secondary Education said that the board will impart training on the Hybrid Leaning methodologies to two teachers from each of its affiliate schools across the country. The training program will commence on 15 November and end on 4 December, and will be conducted in three batches each day.
“The teachers attending this program should have basic knowledge of technology. Once the teachers complete this training program successfully, they will be certified. Specialists on “Hybrid Learning” shall be available who could be consulted in the future,” CBSE.
In the letter, the CBSE said that though the state governments have decided to open schools across, there are parents and children who are not willing to attend school and prefer to continue with online learning till the situation is further controlled.
The training program will include hybrid learning education 3.0, hybrid learning concept and tool kit, implementation of hybrid learning in the live classroom, elements of hybrid learning & workflow and hybrid learning setup; hardware and software components, as informed by the CBSE.
This training will be imparted by the CBSE in collaboration with Microsoft Education and Tech Avant-Garde, Global Training Partner of Microsoft.