April 10, 2017

The Role of a Teacher Program

The Role of a teacher program is to inspire and provide the fundamental role of a teacher for both in the learning and teaching process of their profession and also to develop to give facilitators of EduLift’s curricular programs.

 This program is for  both elementary and secondary school teachers.

This program provides a very basic foundational knowledge based in the teaching profession. It includes a range of issues which are not only necessary for successfully executing EduLift’s curricular programs, but are of general significance in the teaching profession.


Role: Let the teachers inspire and provide a fundamental role of a good teacher for learning and teaching.

Responsibility:Let the teachers to initiate more productive and take responsibility according to the nature of students and their behaviorism 

Requirement: Requirements of different teaching methods,  classroom management strategies and assessment practices. 

Respond: Let them respond their role as a teacher 

Program Outlines;

  1. Role of a Teacher
  2. Concept of Problem Solving
  3. Assessment Practices
  4. Emotional Intelligence
  5. Positive Classroom Management
  6. Learner-Centered Approach
  7. Types of Learners
  8. Skill Driven Approach

Teachers are pivotal to any education system; the primary factor in enhancing students’ learning. Training in pedagogical content knowledge and continuous professional development is of tremendous importance. To be employed as a teacher in the state system in Nepal some teachers need as little as an SLC pass and just 16 days training which has had a catastrophic impact upon teaching practices in Nepal, especially at the Early Learning Centre and Primary levels in state education. Our “Teacher Training Program” provides a fundamental theoretical orientation to constructivist approaches to teaching and learning with various teaching methods, classroom management strategies and assessment practices. It covers theory and practice in class as well as practical assessments and implementation in the class.