The Teacher Exchange Programme like all exchanges is intended to provide participants with broad exposure.Specifically teacher exchanges prepare educators to shape young people into active agents of change .participating teachers bring interactive teaching practices to their students and colleagues, building the critical thinking, skills, inquiry and analytical approach.The world is getting smaller everyday and keeping the global exposure in mind the school agreed to teacher exchange programme with The Fabindia School. Four teachers from Dewan Badri Nath Vidya Mandir Schools visited The Fabindia School at Bali in Rajasthan. The two-day exchange program from (14th July 2016 to 16th July 2016) was divided broadly into two sessions; visit the school with students and attending classes. The sessions spread over two days from 8.00 AM TO 2.00 PM.The second-day session began with the introductions in the Assembly, outing to Ranakpur with primary classes, a musical evening, outing to Bali Fort and nearby places.
The sessions used a variety of approaches and discussions, followed by lunch. The teachers enjoyed the process of teaching and learning. Thankful to our host family for everything. We became like a big exchange family with whom we went through everything and had just a great times. Everything that we got was more than what we expected. It opens our horizon to face our future as teachers. We had an enjoyable experience here. We got a chance to see a lot of places. It wouldn’t help without the support of The Fabindia School family. Thanks to everyone for the wonderful experience.
Big thanks to Mr Sandeep Sir, Mrs Deepika Tandon and Ms Praveena Jha.
- Girja Koul and the Exchange Team