Learning from Practitioners: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is launching the program ‘Learning from Practitioners’ where teachers and academicians of the affiliated school apply to share their work experiences towards solving major challenges and problems of teaching. can do. Officials have given this information. He said that the board would select and support the best innovations through a network of grantees as well as training donors. Selected teachers will help with documentation and other tasks. Preference will be given to those proposals which are in line with the new National Education Policy (NEP), 2020.
A senior board official said that the on-ground experience, professional activities, and research in classrooms and schools guide a holistic education ecosystem. It is important to learn from small experiments and develop avenues to discover and adopt new solutions to systemic challenges. Selected applicants will be given a fixed grant of Rs 25,000 in three installments in a year. The grant can be used for the preparation of evidence, and documentation. The amount will be paid online in the applicant’s bank account.
“Therefore, CBSE is starting a ‘Learning from Practitioners’ program where teachers and academicians of affiliated schools can apply to share experience about their work,” the senior official said. Applicants will be expected to conduct tests, and research on the major challenges and problems of teaching-learning in school education. CBSE will select and support the best innovations through a network of grants as well as mentorship.