Teachers trained to make students shine in Maths
Making Mathematics easier for students and making teachers expert in the subject, a teachers training programme was conducted by the Integrated Tribal...
Bhadrachalam: Making Mathematics easier for students and making teachers expert in the subject, a teachers training programme was conducted by the Integrated Tribal Development Agency Office Officials on Tuesday. The three-day training programme that concentrated on the teaching methods suggested in the book “Cheyutha”, was inaugurated by the ITDA Project Officer Pamela Sathpathy at BED College.
The teachers who are teaching Mathematics subject in various schools under the ITDA attended the programme. Speaking on the occasion, Project Officer Pamela Sathpathy said, “the book Cheyutha will help the students from 5th class to 10th in the Mathematics subject. She told teachers to use the tips to make the Mathematics subject easy for students.
Last year, nearly 800 students had failed in the subject in various schools across the ITDA in Bhadrachalam. Obviously, the teachers were blamed for the failure of the students in Mathematics subject. The Project Officer had issued memos to the headmasters and teachers, asking them to explain the reasons for the poor results.
The officers and the Project Officer held several review meetings with the teachers in the tribal schools. The meeting discussed the failures of the teaching methods. The Project Officer, after discussing the issue with the teachers, decided to introduce a new method of teaching mathematics. Tejvath Ramulu, a teacher in Narayanraopet under Dummagudem, came to the rescue of the students and teachers.
The ITDA officials, after going through the book “Cheyutha” (assistance) decided to introduce it to help the students learn fundamentals in of the subject. The book Cheyutha is introduced in the ITDA schools this year, ITDA official said. The project officer asked teachers to make the students shine in the Mathematics subject and remove fear of the subject.
Deputy Director Ch. Ram Murthy, Assistant Tribal Officer T.Ramanaiah, BED College principal Y Sainna, speacial officer for Gurukulas Burhan, ATDOs SK Zaheeruddin, K Laxman, Satyanarayana, project monitoring staff and teachers participated in the programme.