Faculty

“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.”                                                                                                                     -- Brad Henry

The faculty at DSE is well qualified and continually upgrades itself to understand the paradigm shifts in the field of education. They understand not only the academic needs of this century but also that social well being and emotional security is absolutely essential in present times. We believe in creating an appropriate environment within and beyond the classroom for delightful learning experiences to take place.

 

Nursery and Prep:
“ The most important part of education is proper training in the nursery. ”                           -- Plato
'Good teaching is about caring, nurturing and developing minds and talents.'
DSE has well-trained Pre-primary teachers. They are Montessori trained and specialized in Early Childhood education. They are thorough with the latest educational trends and methodologies.
The highlights of the Pre-primary block are the Activity room and the Play room. They have been exclusively designed for the use of the Pre-primary students, attractively done up and furnished with Montessori equipment to foster independent learning, adopting the Play-way method. Attendants are appointed for each class to take care of the children.

Primary:
'Good teaching is as much about passion as it is about reason.'
The elementary school level is probably the most crucial part of a child’s education. DSE recognizes this. The Primary teachers at DSE are trained to make their teaching child-centric and activity-oriented. They are well qualified and experienced and are groomed to assist and inspire the child to explore, observe, imbibe and learn from its family, school and environment.

Senior School:
‘Good teaching is about listening, questioning, being responsive and remembering that each student and class is different’.
The focus at the middle school and senior levels is to provide the best assistance in academics and also to encourage independent learning. The high school teachers at DSE are experts in their subject and highly experienced in training students to attempt the Board exams with confidence and thorough preparation. The Digi boards enable interactive teaching and teachers use them extensively.
Teachers are constantly encouraged to hone their skill areas and upgrade their knowledge through attending workshops and seminars. In-house training and micro teaching sessions for teachers are a regular feature at DSE.

Various workshops are held all through the year to help teachers keep pace with the latest trends. Besides CBSE workshops there are some that the faculty members conduct to enhance skills in their own sphere and exchange good practices.

Workshops held in  2017 - 2018

 

Micro-teaching, a teacher training and faculty development technique was conducted in the campus in order to get constructive feedback from peer group about what has worked and what improvements can be made to their teaching techniques for the benefit of our dear students.

An interactive and informative workshop was conducted by Ms. Sonal Ravi Andrews of IPPTTA for enlightening the teachers on the techniques of Pre primary Classroom Management during the morning session on 6th June 2017.

Ms. Sonal also conducted a workshop in Creative Techniques to empower the teachers with the latest methodology to enhance teaching methods in the post lunch session.

The learning imparted was about five primary, four secondary and three tertiary sensory traits involved in the development of a preschool going child. The focus was on creating supportive and positive environment in the classroom for constructive and effective learning of the child by involving these sensory traits while teaching. Hands-on activities were conducted to teach various creative and educative techniques to imbibe knowledge to the child in a play-way method and also develop his motor and kinesthetic skills.

Delhi School of Excellence, Banjara Hills was the venue for Hindi Workshop organized by Madhuban Publishers on 7th June, 2017. The teachers of DSE Attapur, DSE Manikonda along with the in-house teachers attended the workshop.

The resource person Dr. SM Ahmed the Head of the Department (Hindi) with SCERT, also functioning as a Coordinator conducted the workshop. He holds the position of Central Directorate of Hindi in New Delhi.

Dr. SM Ahmed imparted various techniques and tools to make Hindi language simple, interesting and appealing. He explored through known to unknown and stressed to simplify the teaching methodology for better outcome.

The workshop covered a wide range of topics related to Primary and Secondary Syllabus. It basically emphasized on the new and innovative methods to make the class interactive and child- friendly. All the areas of a language (LSRW) were incorporated to help teachers enhance their teaching skills.

The session was informative, lively and an eye-opener. Teachers learnt novel techniques to make the subject attractive and conversant.

The workshop “Power of play and nutrition in early childhood  conducted by Early Childhood Association on Saturday, July 15th 2017 at Jigyasa studio. 

The introduction by the sponsors was indeed a boost for Pre-primary teachers as they were compared to a Rock star.  Both are entertainers, energetic, able to engage the crowd and passionate about their work. 

The first session of Power of play was conducted by Mr Ravi Kumar who started with a spagatti activity where in each group were given 20 spagaties, a piece of thread, cello tape and asked to build highest possible tower.  Each team enthusiastically participated and exhibited their creativity.

He explained how the brain functions when such activity is done and how it differs in adults and kindergarten. 

He also showed us a PPT of basic architecture of the brain.  He also explained that constant reinforcement helps one type of neuron to connect with another type of neurons.   If proper reinforcement is not given the neurons will be lost by a natural process known as ‘Pruning’.  Based on the functioning of the brain the method of teaching literacy, numeracy had been explained by the presenter.

The second session ‘Nutrition in early childhood’ was conducted by Dr Kajal.  She explained about the importance of nutrition for a pre-schooler and showed us a sample menu consisting of cereals, carbohydrates, vitamins.  She gave us some tips to use the left overs to make healthy snacks and fruit jams at home.

The workshop throwed light on the latest findings about the brain architecture and helped us to get an over all idea about the brain.