Online classes from June 14
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced a free online training programme on storytelling. The course begins on June 14.
The storytelling course consists of webinars, course material and assessment through Google Classroom. Webinars will be held in different languages. “These webinars will be live-streamed on the board’s YouTube channel, where experts will share with you details of the course and its nuances,” the CBSE release said.
Anyone can participate using “@cbsedigitaledu.in ID” and registration is not required. The link will be available from June 14. It will be held in different cohorts. A certificate will be awarded to the participants on successful completion of the assessment.
Stories can make “inclusive classrooms, create empathy in the classroom and allow students to reach a universal understanding”, CBSE said in an official circular.
Storytelling will be used as a pedagogical tool may be used to explore the regional and cultural diversity of our country to integrate stories into the curriculum at all levels, to find out new storytelling methods, to create a variety of new stories, and to fuel the power of imagination and creativity.
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