As part of an educational exchange programme, a nine member delegation of teachers from Assumption Samutprakarn School, Thailand came to CMS for training in pedagogical skills and interaction with the teachers of CMS Kanpur Road Campus. The eminent guests stayed at the CMS international guest house from 23rd August to 3rd September 2017.
Assumption Samutprakarn School (formerly Assumption College Samrong) is a renowned private Catholic school in Samut Prakan, Thailand. The school founded and run by the Brothers of St. Gabriel since 1979 is the thirteenth institution of the foundation. The school provides education to students from grade 1 through 12.
Assumption Samutprakarn School received the Royal Award Granted Secondary School in academic year 2007 and the Royal Award Granted Primary School in academic year 2012 awarded by the Office of the Basic Education Commission.
Assumption College Samutprakarn started its English program in 2006. It initially offered classes only in grades 1, 4 and 7. The classes grew every year and finally the program covered classes from grades 1 to 12.
Name Of Teacher
|1.||Ms Supranee Boonyard||Mathematics||7-9|
|2.||Ms Darin Seesopon||Computer||4-6|
|3.||Ms Mali Treephet||English||10-12|
|8.||Mr Nitigorn||Social Studies||9-10|
|9.||Mrs Sudipti Kurasathian||Mathematics||7-9|
The CMS teachers who mentored the Thailand teachers were Mr Kallol Kumar Mishra, Ms Chandini Awasthi,Dr( Mrs) Tripta Srivastava, Mr Brijesh Mishra, Mr Paritosh Singh, Ms Prerna Swaranjani, Ms Arfia Siddiqui, Mr Amit Tiwari and Ms Ruchi Agarwal.
The delegation met the school Founder Manager and eminent educationist Dr Jagdish Gandhi and the branch Principal and a pioneer of the Quality Movement Dr (Mrs). Vineeta Kamran . All the activities were coordinated by the Quality Circle head of the branch, Mrs Sumita Bhadauria, Mrs Archana Bihari and Mr Sijochan Antony.Souvenirs were presented to the visiting teachers as a token of our love and respect.
The delegation was accorded a warm welcome in the senior and junior assemblies. They observed the assemblies and were impressed by the proceedings aimed at instilling in the students the idealism to be the harbingers of peace in the world.
The interactive sessions with the mentors from 2.30 pm to 5pm everyday were an enriching experience for them. They learnt the correct way to make lesson plans and make their teaching effective and interactive. They were enlightened on the use of audio visual aids and modern teaching methodologies. Their queries were answered and resources were exchanged.