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QUEST Alliance has organised a training for 950 teachers to enabling them ready for the 21st century classroom

Bhubaneswar:8/12/22:In collaboration with Mo School Abhiyan, QUEST Alliance a non profit organisation has organised a training for 950 teachers in enabling them ready for the 21st century classroom. Training has been conducted in Anugul, Dhenkanal, Khurdha, Puri, sambalpur&Ganjam district on 6th & 7th of December at various venues.

The primary focus of the training was to build capacity of the Teachers to become 21st century educator by knowing ways to transform the conventional way of teaching, developing the STEM mind-set & computational thinking among students. During   the training Teachers were on board the Mastercoach for teachers Course (21st century skills Course) developed by Quest Alliance in English and various vernacular languages including Odia with an aim to build the largest cadre of 21st century skilled Teachers. The Nominated Teachers attained the Training & actively participated. So far more than more than 1700 teachers have been onboarded while it is being envisioned to train 20000 teachers over next 3 years.

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