CBSE Issues Circular On Experiential Learning & Competency Based Education
Bhubaneswar: In a bid to promote competency based education in schools, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in association with Central Square Foundation has developed an Interactive online course on Competency based education for the teachers and school leaders.
So far 65,931 Teachers & Principals have completed the course on Experiential Learning and Competency based learning has been completed by 8,743 teachers and Principals.
In a letter, CBSE has asked Principals of Schools affiliated to the Board to motivate all their teachers to complete both the courses mandatorily (without fail) by March 20, 2021 and send the compliance report through the link given below before March 31, 2021.
As per CBSE mandate, these courses should be completed by all teachers & principals in a time bound manner.
The Board had earlier launched several online courses which are available on the DIKSHA platform.
As per CBSE, The course is divided into four modules, designed to deepen educators’ understanding around the best practices in competency based teaching, learning, assessment design and processes underlying CBE models.
For schools affiliated to CBSE, located in foreign countries and the schools in India which are not able to get access to DIKSHA portal for doing the course, an alternative arrangement is being made by CBSE.
Link for registration: https://forms.gle/nWDJjDXy5xpMrPN46