Mangaluru: St Agnes School CBSE organizes session on communication skills for teachers

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Mangaluru, Apr 24: St Agnes School CBSE hosted an educational session on communication skills for teachers from April 12 to April 17 at the school auditorium. The programme commenced with a tone of reverence, exuding enthusiasm and vitality

Dr Malini Hebbar, the principal of Swasthika National Business School and a distinguished guest faculty member from St Agnes Centre of PG studies and research, graced the event as the resource person. Leveraging her extensive expertise, Dr Hebbar guided the teachers in recognizing and surmounting challenges associated with communication and public speaking, showcasing her proficiency in mentoring and refining teaching skills.

Throughout the session, Dr Hebbar adeptly covered various aspects of communication, presenting content in a lucid and engaging manner. Teachers actively engaged in the session's enjoyable and interactive activities, emphasizing activity-based learning and fostering a sense of camaraderie among them. Dr Hebbar's use of practical examples effectively captured the audience's attention, ensuring sustained engagement throughout the session. Reena Montero extended a vote of thanks, while Teresa D'Souza and Gulobia provided their feedback on the session.

As the session concluded, the educators expressed their gratitude for the enriching experience. The exchange of knowledge and ideas among the participants not only strengthened their professional bond but also inspired a collective commitment to continuous improvement and growth. The event served as a testament to the school's dedication to fostering a culture of learning and development, ensuring that both teachers and students benefit from a nurturing educational environment.





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