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#InConversation with Prof. S.P. Bansal, Vice Chancellor, Maharaja Agrasen University, Baddi. #InConversation with Prof.
S.P. Bansal, Vice Chancellor, Maharaja Agrasen University, Baddi Professor S.P. Bansal takes us through his journey of challenges and expectations in setting up a University and highlights the importance of vocational education, the scope of educational tourism among other facets of the education industry. MAU has had many international collaborations over the years. Our objective is to provide professional education of international standard to enable the students and faculty to create a niche for themselves in the world market. We had established an International Relationship Cell which is continuously exploring further academic collaborations with foreign Universities. #InConversation with Dr. Anita Kaushal, Principal, Post Graduate Government College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh. #InConversation with Dr. Rosy Walia, Dean and HOD, Post Graduate Dept. of Commerce, Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration, Chandigarh.
#InConversation with Prof. A.D.N. Bajpai, Vice-Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh University. #InConversation with Dr. T.V. Rao, author, 'Effective People' Teachers Survey Results. How Teachers Can Encourage Online Interaction With Student. Technological innovations have spread well into the education sector.
Teachers are trying their best to adapt to latest technology, in making their classes interactive and fun. While some remain hesitant in using technology as a tool, others try and make the most of it by encouraging students as well. So what are the ways in which teachers are building online interaction with students? Let’s look at some popular ones: How Interactive Blogs Help Teachers to Reach Out to Students.
Blog interactivity is essential to ensure increasing readership.
Teachers as bloggers can use various features that allow them to highlight their blog and most importantly, help in reaching out to the students. Blogs that are simple to look at and easily readable work well here. Soothing themes can help one achieve the same. Too many features and loud colors sometimes add to the clutter rather than making it user-friendly. What is written needs to come across with the same effect. How Blogging Improves Student-Teacher Communication. Blogging is a great way for exchanging ideas.
Regular writing, uploading videos, images are some popular blogging ways adopted these days. When speaking of student-teacher communication, blogging steps in as a valuable tool. It opens up more room for information-sharing and participation outside the classroom. 5 benefits of Online Interaction Among Teachers and Students. The process of teaching and learning cannot be limited to classrooms alone.
Taking it ahead allows teachers to reach out to as many students as possible. As a result there has been an increase in teacher networks also improving interaction with students. Here are five benefits of this increasing interactivity: Classroom Expansion: A teacher can communicate with multiple students at a given point. This further expands the scope for learning helping the teacher to reach out to a number of students. The Need for Conducting Educational Surveys Among Teachers. In our present education scenario, several issues are raised and worked upon from time to time.
In seeking solutions, different methods are adopted and ruled out as the effective ones sustain.One such way is quantitative research, where survey methodology is widely used. The data collected can be further used for analysis, leading to outcomes helpful in bringing changes in the education industry. Educational surveys can easily touch upon the current issues in education sector. These surveys are instrumental in taking forward questions, be it about teachers, students, teaching process, structure and so on.
Once the data is available, an analysis is made and presented in the form of the survey result. How Professional Networking is Helpful for Teachers. Remember the time, when the advent of the Internet led to the availability of needful information?
How Social Networking Works as a Tool in Teaching. Teachers are known to prepare students to step out and make way into the outside world.
However, interaction for this happens within a defined space—the classroom. But teachers are gradually moving out of this space adapting to new tools and ensuring interactivity in their teaching methods. Why Teachers Should Blog. Since blogging became popular in the late 90’s, people have taken it up as a hobby and also professionally, making sure they get the best out of it.
Various platforms have opened up to ensure that bloggers find the right channels to make the most of this rising trend. People from all walks of life use blogs as a medium to express. But amid this is a profession which through blogs can contribute a whole lot. The teaching community, to be precise, can actually reach out and expand its growth by becoming active bloggers. Here are some reasons one can consider: Already a good connect: A blogger’s first worry is mostly about their readers— “who is going to read if I write?” Breaking Barriers to Communication in Teaching Through Social Media. As individuals, we are no longer confined to the limitedness of space for interaction and learning.
The everyday discussion spots have extended to groups and communities online, opening a world of many possibilities. With distance and diminishing communication, social media has become the best-suited medium to overcome communication barriers.