Everyday Science: Learn, To Teach; Teach, To Learn

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Some of the participants at the workshop.

As part of The US Embassy’s Book Bus’ Teacher Empower Program, I began the Everyday Science: Learn, to Teach; Teach, to Learn Science teacher workshops. Leading up to this, I was also involved in the 2017 Innovation in Education Fairs (IEF) in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Click here for a video of the workshop I conducted in the Pokhara edition of the fair.

Started on January 12, I have had two sessions of the workshop already, both of which I have enjoyed greatly! In this blog, I shall post links to the next series of blog posts containing details of the individual workshops and links to the resources I shared with the participants. In trying to decide how best to share some of the materials I used in the workshops with the participants, I realized blogging about them might be the best way to go about it. The reason being that others might find them useful.

While I work on the individual blogs about the workshops and populate this post with links to them, here are some links that you might find useful.

  • Click here for a reproduction of the write-up published in the IEF brochure detailing some of the issues with Science teaching in Nepal and how it can be improved on greatly.
  • Click here for details of the workshop.
  • Click here for details of magic show I performed in front of prospective trainees introducing the training program on Dec. 1, at the Nepal Arts Council hall.
  • If you are interested in other blog posts related to teacher training, blog posts about my work with other teachers, browse teacher training category.

The following are links to individual blog posts about the different sessions.


Feb. 2, 2019 Update

Overall rating of all the workshops.



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