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31st August 2017

ACT effectively integrates ICT into its course design

Asian College of Teachers makes it a point to ensure that their courses are available worldwide and provides quality materials for the same. It provides essential support for the potential candidates who can learn about the courses instantly from any part of the world. As an institute that is committed to making an outstanding journey for the learners, ACT provides an actively engaging experience throughout by integrating ICT (Information and Communication Technology) into its course design. ACT is working towards making their courses accessible and affordable to everyone across the world which the learners can pursue at their convenience and chase their dream career.

29th August 2017

An erudite association to create and share new wisdom

His leadership has always made a difference and his skills and expertise yield maximum impact on all those who are associated with him.

Dr Sanjib Chakraborty has been an educational leader adept at institutional management who harbors a strong passion for learning which delivers real results. His leadership has always been connected with learning and he has been constantly striving to create relevant learning frameworks for future trainers and educators.

His consistent endeavors have been to promote and participate in professional development and this social engagement gets another boost with his association with the esteemed ADTEL as he has been made a life-time member of Association for Development of Teaching, Education and Learning (ADTEL) - a community of passionate researchers, practitioners and educationists for the development and spread of ideas in the field of teaching and learning.

Dr Chakraborty is elated and excited to be a part of ADTEL and extends his heartfelt thanks to Global Research and Development Services (GRDS) for this opportunity to collaborate with scholars, researchers and professionals on a global platform providing inspiration and making significant contribution through academic networking, meetings, conferences, workshops, projects, research publications etc.

He has always been an ardent facilitator and an avid traveler who has been to more than 35 countries creating engaging learning experiences. He continues to draw on his skills as an instructional designer and learning and development adviser helping participants to fully engage in their role and career and in his words, I am looking forward to this great opportunity and association which will surely yield positive results into areas of learning and training.

21st August 2017

Music used as a therapy in Inclusive Classrooms

We all know that music plays quite an important role in everybodys life, be an adult or a child and now it has become an integral part of special education. Hence it does not come as a surprise when music is used as therapy in todays modern day inclusive classrooms. Inclusive classrooms comprising of children with varied intellect and learning capabilities are seen to benefit from new and innovative teaching and learning styles. Effective integration of music creates a great learning environment for preschool children with speech and language delays. Using music as a learning tool has proven to be extremely beneficial as it appeals to the children and engages and stimulates them at various stages. It is now being used more frequently by schools accommodating learners of different learning abilities and strengths.

11th August 2017

Moment of pride for ACT as it launches its Delhi center

Asian College of Teachers (ACT) is expanding its presence in Asia to provide quality teachers training to all teaching aspirants on a national as well as international level. ACT, a multiple award winning teacher education institution, is proud to announce the opening of its new center in the capital of India which is solely dedicated to providing access to the world-class teacher training courses and services in the arena of TEFL, Pre and Primary, Education Management, Special Education to both aspiring and working teachers and for those associated with the education industry. The new center is conveniently located at C7/105, Sector 7, Rohini in Delhi and provides the best learning environment and resources required to train the aspirants with courses and workshops in TEFL, Learning & Development, International Teaching Diploma and others.

1st August 2017

Create and Color an environment conducive to learning in a classroom

Each and every Early Childhood classroom has a teacher who is seen but not much heard of. This teacher touches its students in a simple manner and has a positive influence on them. The teacher referred to is the brightly painted wall and decorative furniture in a preschool environment that enhances creativity, free thinking along with physical and emotional safety. The artistically designed preschool classroom wall and furniture promotes growth in children, arouses attention in young minds and challenges brain development. It should not be overdone as overdoing the walls may lead to distraction. Bright and inviting furniture and decorations play a positive part in the engagement and levels of learning in students and stimulate participation.

25th July 2017

Eye Contact can play a big role in a classroom environment

Little things often play a big role in our day to day life, which sometimes go unnoticed. In a classroom environment, non-verbal communication plays a big role in fostering discipline or adding expressions while teaching. In both the cases, the look acts as a powerful tool for both the teacher and the student and adds a lot when it comes to the performances of the students. A teacher’s look may mean differently in different situations. It may range from certain expressions related to teaching to even a warning for disruptive behavior. The teachers have also realized its importance and have accepted eye contact to be an important component to enhance learning and improve connection with students. Studies also prove that eye contact is a powerful way to communicate and longer eye contact helps to build confidence and encourage participation in group communication. Click Here

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