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In Rajasthan desert, education for girl child blooms

News Articles about CULP by others In Rajasthan Desert, Education for Girl Child Blooms (Geetanjali Krishna August 29, 2015). In the villages of Rajasthan, where teenaged girls are seldom sent to school, one organization is trying to script a change.
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Academic Articles by CULP Faculty

Education of Rajasthan tribal children must match their context, says educator.
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Three-day residential training on multi-grade teaching organized in Udaipur

Three-day training on Multi-Grade Teaching (MGT) was organized in Udaipur by the Centre for Unfolding Learning Potentials – a Jaipur-based NGO that specializes in the methodology. The training was received by 28 teachers of Maa-Bari Kendras (MBKs) – small schools being run by Tribal Area Development (TAD) Department of Rajasthan.
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Development of training module for master trainers of multi-grade teaching

Development of training module for master trainers of multigrade teaching Lalit Kishore CULP, Jaipur Training of master trainers requires development of a module so as to transfer the field level teacher training to classroom and provide support to teachers.
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Udaipur to host six-day training of master trainers on multi-grade teaching

The cascade model of training consisting, resource persons, mater trainers and teachers has been worked out. The master trainers will be training around 1500 teachers in three-phases. A teacher support system will be put in place so as to ensure transfer of training to classroom in the right way.
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A short note on the use of mask for language teaching

A short note on the use of masks for language teaching Lalit Kishore, CULP, Jaipur The use of masks is a universal cultural phenomenon and more so in tribal cultures.
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Training on use of masks for language teaching to tribal children held in Udaipur

It has been felt that by linguists and expert language teachers that for tribal children whose home language is the local dialect and school language is standard Hindi, language teaching has to be culturally linked and interesting methods like use of masks and involving children in interaction can be useful. Keeping this view, training to master trainers was given in simple mask making using paper plates.
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A concept note on use of board-games in early primary classes

A concept note on use of board-games in early primary classes Lalit Kishore, CULP, Jaipur Earlier, board-games were used at primary level education of children and research has established their benefits. The use of board-games at elementary school education level need to be revived looking at their benefits in cognitive and social development of children and their suitability for multi-grade situation of small schools.
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In-service training in Udaipur revives use of board-games in primary education

In-service training in Udaipur revives use of board- games in primary education Dr. Lalit kishore 18 February, 2016 During a recent 6-day training of master trainers of Maa-Bari Centres held in Udaipur, the use of board-games at elementary school education was revived looking at their benefits in cognitive and social development and their suitability in multi-grade situation of small schools for tribal children.
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Pedagogically sound performing arts suitable for tribal schools of Rajasthan

Pedagogically sound performing arts suitable for tribal schools of Rajasthan Lalit Kishore, CULP, Jaipur A review of the mater-trainers’ training of Maa-Bari Centres – small tribal children’s schools in Rajasthan - led to deciding about what performing arts formats were suitable for classroom instruction in such primary schools.
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Ice-cream stick puppet ideas as craft for kids and teaching them content

Ice-cream stick puppet ideas as craft for kids and teaching them content Lalit Kishore, CULP, Jaipur, India Ice-cream stick puppets are useful devices to communicate with children and unfold their craft-creativity from an early age with an inexpensive material.
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Training stresses teaching of standard language through local dialect

In a six-day residential training of teachers of small schools of Banswara's tribal region, which held at city's Sampurn Jeevan Vikas Samiti, the teaching of Hindi through local dialect was stressed upon and participants were taught how to prepare learning material, which they found relevant and interesting for transition from home language to school language.
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Quality of education is outcome of process of learning and practice

In an ongoing training of teachers of tribal region of Rajasthan that will conclude on March 13, a common understanding on the notion of quality of education was built. It was informed that the concept of quality was first developed in industry and found inroads in education.
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Eight animal faces for finger puppets, stick puppets and masks for primary classes

Eight animal faces for finger puppets, stick puppets and masks for primary classes Lalit Kishore, CULP, Jaipur Based on the teacher training sessions for small tribal schools called Maa Baris in Rajasthan in February and March, eight simple animal faces were standardized for teaching grade one students with finger puppets, grade two students with stick puppets and grade three students with masks.
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Feminist pedagogy-based multi-level learning model viable primary education

A case study of feminist pedagogy-based multi-level learning model for bridge schools in small habitations of rural Rajasthan suggests that the model is viable for small schools wherein the multi-grade situation exists.
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Ensure tracking, rescuing, rehabilitation of all out-of-school children: NPAC 2016

The revised draft of National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC-2016) with the slogan "Putting the Last Child First" has been made public. The document considers individuals up to the age of 18 as children and suggested a comprehensive plan of action for reaching out the children of country living in difficult situations.
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Pay it forward; A sketch note and an ABC verse

Pay it forward; A sketch note and an ABC verse
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Class XII rural girls in Rajasthan's Tonk to get free coaching for better performance

Free coaching classes are going to be held in Niwai block of Rajasthan's Tonk district through Centre for Unfolding Learning Potentials (CULP) - the NGO committed to the cause of the education of rural marginalised girls.
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Follow sincerely 'Coach-Assess-Remediate-Master' model for better student performance in external examinations: Workshop outcome

A one-day six-hour workshop, in which seven participants from CULP-NGO and teachers from local schools of Newel block of Rajasthan's Tonk district took part, resulted in a Coach-Assess-Remediate-Master (CARM) model of support to rural girls for upcoming board examination in March, 2017.
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