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MES teacher represents Doha schools at CBSE webinar on remote learning

MES teacher represents 
Doha schools at CBSE 
webinar on remote learning

Tribune News Network
doha
FOCUSING on the various changes experienced in the education sector during the present pandemic situation of COVID-19, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Gulf Sahodaya organised an exclusive webinar on ‘Remote Learning Challenges and opportunities’ for the teachers of the Gulf region, on Zoom and Facebook platforms recently.
Magdalene Sylvia, a teacher from the Department of English at MES Indian School, represented Doha schools at the event. She presented her views on the difference between real and virtual classrooms, and stressed the need for an instructor to be prompt in communication and exude positive attitude.
Sylvia also highlighted the importance of academic discipline and empowering teachers by holding webinars and training. She also called on teachers to prepare students to face educational and emotional challenges amid the pandemic while stressing the importance of time management.
Other panellists at the webinar included Philipose Varghese, United India School, Kuwait; Namagirilakshmi Chandrasekhar, Asian School of Bahrain; Reshmi Menon, Gems Indian School, Dubai; Mohammad Mustafa Shareef, Delhi Public School, Riyadh; and Satpal Mamotra, Indian School, Muscat. Nazia Saleem from Shantiniketan Indian School, Doha, was the moderator.
The attendees of the webinar included principals, vice-principals and teachers of schools affiliated to the CBSE. The webinar also included a question and answer session with the panellists.

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