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In-school Training at Doti

December 2017 | Doti

Three teams of trainers from OLE Nepal conducted in-school training for teachers of 13 program schools from December 25 to January 8. In-school training is the second stage of the three-stage teacher training program, which is normally conducted 4 to 6 months  after the program launch in the schools. The main objective of the training was to review the implementation practices and enhance the teachers’ confidence and skills regarding the laptop integrated teaching methodologies.

Observing the teacher’s laptop integrated class in session is a crucial part of the In-school training program.

Students in program schools in Doti are learning on laptops for the last four months

The teams visited all 13 schools to observe classes of teachers and give feedback and suggestions. The teams found that most of the teachers were successfully integrating E-Paati into their daily classes. In addition, teachers also reviewed the basic troubleshooting techniques on E-Paati. The team also checked the status of E-Paati, E-Pustakalaya server, school network and provided technical support depending upon the need of the schools.

Mr. Tikaraj Karki from OLE Nepal, talking to parents of school students about the laptops their children have learning on.

The team also conducted community interaction meetings in all schools to understand their involvement and get feedback on the program. Representatives from the School Management Committee (SMC), Parent Teacher Association (PTA), newly elected local representative (representing school/ward) and other parents also attended the meetings, where the OLE’s team members discussed roles and responsibilities of community members for the successful implementation of program. It was found that all the schools have created maintenance fund. The funds will be used for future maintenance of equipment at the school.


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