Workshop on CCE at DPS Udaipur
A workshop on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) which has been introduced in al
A workshop on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) which has been introduced in all the CBSE schools since 2009 was organized on 1 December 2012 at Delhi Public School Udaipur to train teachers on CCE in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas and to assist teachers in effective implementation of CCE.
The resource persons from CBSE, Homi Astavans and R.S. Pasricha conducted the workshop in four sessions with 129 teachers from various CBSE schools of the Lake City and neighboring areas. It was in the event emphasized that CCE aims at child centric learning.
The workshop started at 10 am with the lighting of the lamp followed by greetings from the Principal, Neeru Tandon.
The first session of the workshop aims at exploring CCE. All the participants put forth the practical problems faced by them in executing Formative Assessment in the class. The second session was in form of questionnaire where teachers were asked to give their responses in the form of MCQ. The III session resumed after tea break in which the teachers were divided into various groups subject wise and were asked to perform any one activity that can be conducted in class in form of Formative Assessment. The objective behind this activity was to foster various ways in which creativity of students can be brought out.
Homi Astavans said, “CCE aims at giving opportunity to all as each and every individual is talented in one or the other way. She stressed on four Cs: Confidence, Communicative, Creative and Community.”
In post lunch session R.S. Pasricha touched upon how to design a question paper. He said, “Proper words and language must be used for framing questions so that a student can write proper answer. A child should not suffer on account of vague language of question.”
The workshop helped the participants to understand the meaning, objectives and feature of CCE and all the participants received the certificate at the end. The participants showed keen interest and actively participated in the activities conducted during the workshop.
The principal, Neeru Tandon expressed her gratitude to the resource persons, all the principals and teachers of the participating schools.