NASR Teaching Technology

Nasr Teaching Technology (NTT), a tested teaching concept for primary, secondary and pre-university schooling helps the teacher and student understand the ethics of harvesting knowledge and to inculcate learning habits to develop skills through talent search and adapt a friendly learning environment. 
 
Assimilation and mannerisms are key structures.
 
“it is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge”.
 
Nasr Education Society, developers of NTT, would be conducting orientation programs to streamline our education policy. Various topics of teaching and methodologies would be accomplished through the traditional way of teacher workshops.
 
The three main bases of the workshops being concept to classroom, constructivism and Interdisciplinary Learning (CCI)
 
Concept to Classroom
 
The workshops are based in theory, practical and some are based in methodology but all of the workshops include plenty of tips and strategies to make classrooms with no boundaries.
 
Constructivism
 
In the classroom, the constructivist view of learning can point towards a number of different teaching practices. In the most general sense, It usually means encouraging students to use active techniques (experiments, real-world problem solving) to create more knowledge and then to reflect on and talk about what they are doing and how their understanding is changing. The teacher makes sure he / she understands the students’ pre-existing conceptions, and guides the activity to address them and then build on them. 
 
Constructivist teachers encourage students to constantly assess how the activity is helping them gain understanding. By questioning themselves and their strategies, students in the constructivist classroom ideally become “expert Learners”. This gives them ever-broadening tools to keep learning. In our well-planned classroom environment, the students learn ‘HOW TO LEARN’.
 
Interdisciplinary Learning
 
Interdisciplinary Learning is one of many ways to learn in over the course of a curriculum. When educators consider their curricular objectives and students’ needs, they may choose interdisciplinary learning to deliver part of all of the content they will present. This method can help bring students to a new awareness of the meaningful connections that exist among the disciplines.
 
A curriculum that is interdisciplinary presents content, talent, skills and thinking process, and assessments through exploring connections among the discipline. Nasr teaching technology boasts of a strong curriculum to prepare the students for the challenges beyond the classroom.
 
Mr. Mohiuddin Mohammed, Director Academics - Nasr Education Society an alumnus of the University of Nottingham, UK, having earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Management. The ideology of his thesis portrays: Learning is a process, and a School is the place where it is practiced and mastered. Only when each child feels special about them self as a learner, success in different forms is achievable. Teachers are tools in this process, while Parents being constant guides. Mr. Mohammed explains that the journey will be different for each child, and more difficult with some children than with others. Forming successful parent-student-teacher triangles will go a long way in launching the child into a life that will ultimately be of their own creation.
 
In his words: “With an insight, I wish to motivate young minds and conflate their ideas with my own. The appetence to acquire knowledge and skill is fading; realizing that the most sophisticated technologies are useless, if people don't know how to use it efficiently - has been the driving force behind my work.  Education wasn't, isn't and will never be about the acquisition of marks, but it is pivotal to be able to reproduce knowledge by leading as an example. I believe in inspiring a child with a strong entrepreneurial Attitude, who's intentions and focus is on pure result, and in turn attainment of change required to be a leader.”
 


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