New curriculum begins with incomplete preparation

New curriculum begins with incomplete preparation

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Speaking to Prothom Alo, Saidur Rahman said that he was taking a demonstration class for class VI, with trainees posing as students, to show them practically how the classes should be conducted. Because the emphasis in the new curriculum is on practical learning.

Talking positively about the new curriculum, the trainer said that it would have been better if the training had taken place a month or two earlier.

Another instructor said, “The implementation of the new syllabus is still in the initial stages. All the books are still not available and the training has just started.”

A teacher from Wills Little Flower School, who attended the training, said, “Without training it is not possible to effectively implement the new curriculum. So, the training should have started before the beginning of this year.”

However, Nehal Ahmed, director general of DSHE, told First Aid, “It is not that teachers have started taking classes without any training. Teachers have already been virtually trained on the new syllabus outline. In fact, they were also trained on the entire syllabus for months. Now they are being trained individually. Without training, no one will be allowed to take classes.’

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