Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir conducted CBSE workshop on fostering uplifting learning environment

Delhi: Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir recently hosted a CBSE workshop titled “Happy Classroom,” to create joyful and stress-free learning environments for students. Led by Nishtha Kwatra, PGT Economics Coordinator, CBSE, and Dr. Saurabh Malhotra, Principal of Gurusharan Convent, Paschim Vihar, the workshop brought together educators to explore strategies for enhancing classroom dynamics.

During the workshop, teachers engaged in activities designed to identify classroom challenges and brainstorm potential solutions. Interacting with teachers, Dr. Saurabh Malhotra emphasized the importance of emotional intelligence in fostering positive classroom environments. He encouraged educators to understand the root causes of student behavior using techniques like Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA). Moreover, he introduced the STOPP technique, which encourages teachers to pause, observe their thoughts, and maintain perspective during challenging situations.

Following this, Nishtha Kwatra highlighted the significance of effective communication and motivation in student engagement. Teachers discussed practical methods to bridge communication gaps and motivate students through various incentives.

Pratibha Sharma, Academic Director of Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir, said, “As being one of the best schools in Delhi, Creating a happy classroom is not just about academic success but also about nurturing the emotional well-being of students, distinguishing us as leaders among the top 10 schools in east Delhi. By prioritizing happiness and emotional intelligence, educators can create environments conducive to holistic development.” As educators, it’s crucial for us to prioritize the welfare of our students and create spaces where they feel valued and supported,” she added.

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