CBSE Gulf Sahodaya Organizes Teachers Discussion on “Remote Learning Challenges and Opportunities”

Shantiniketan Indian School – Doha, Qatar, hosted the Webinar on “Remote Learning Challenges and Opportunities” organized by CBSE Gulf Sahodaya. Teachers from six Gulf Countries – Qatar, Bahrain, KSA, Kuwait. Oman, and UAE participated in the educational event that was conducted on the ZOOM platform and streamed live on Youtube.

The webinar moderated by Ms. Nazia Saleem of Shantiniketan Indian School, was highly informative that enlightened the viewers with the Academic World going through a transformational change on how  teachers are coping to provide  the best opportunities to learners on skill development.

Ms. Namagirilakshmi Chandrasekar, of The Asian School from the Kingdom of Bahrain shared how the Remote Learning Challenges are Opportunities in Disguise.  Ms. Magdalene Sylvia of M.E.S. Indian School – Doha Qatar expressed her views on ways of Managing Online Classes Effectively. Mr. Philipose Varghese of United Kingdom School – Kuwait enlightened the educators on how to take ‘Remote’ out of ‘Remote Learning’. Mr. Satpal Mamotra of Indian School Muscat discussed about the shift from Blackboard to Whiteboard and Digiboard. Ms. Reshmi Menon from Gems Our Indian School – UAE emphasised on leveraging change through Productive Remote Learning. Mr. Mohammad Mustafa Shareef from Delhi Public School – Riyadh, KSA enriched the participants on redefining the role of the educator after COVID.

The webinar provided an informative platform which enriched educators from the Gulf region  and other parts of the world.

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