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Topic: COVID-19: Understanding the challenges and the solutions of the new world for education’s frontline workers.

Date: June 04, 2021

Time: 10 am- 1 pm

Post COVID, the challenges for teaching and learning outside the traditional classroom have risen, specaily for enviornment education and reconnecting with nature.

The need of the hour is to innovate and implement alternative educational system and assessment strategies. The COVID-19 pandemic has provided us with an opportunity to pave the way for introducing digital learning. This pandemic has forced us (teachers) into a virtual world of teaching through different apps and devices.

But this virtual world has its challenges also. In this workshop we will discuss about those challenge faced day-to-day by our education’s frontline workers, our teachers and will try to find out its solutions too. We will also try to understand that how GOI and other state governments are trying to support teachers and educators (specially for enviornment education) to continue to provide quality education to overcome COVID-19 related school closures.

Resource Persons

Lima Rosalind is a Wildlife Biologist, having worked on many endangered Species like the Bengal Florican, Black necked Crane and several others. As an Environment Educator she is very passionate about spreading awareness on nature conservation. She is also a very keen Interpreter of Natural History, and has set up Visitor Centres in National Park and Sanctuaries. Research in Wildlife Biology, Environment Education, Interpretation of Natural and Cultural Sites, Sustainable Livelihoods, Policy advocacy, Training and Capacity building for Conservation Awareness are some of her areas of expertise. After having worked with the Bombay Natural History Society, Centre for Environment Education, Ahmedabad, World Wide Fund for Nature -India, New Delhi, spanning 26 years, she now runs a section 8 Company, Green Future Foundation with three other Directors.

An educator for nearly three decades, she has had a stint at almost every facet of the education sector and has worn many hats. Through her journey as a teacher, education entrepreneur, and eventually, into the non-profit sector, she has applied my domain expertise and pedagogical understanding into areas like the development of educational programs, curriculum frameworks, learning resources, creating learning spaces and assessment for a diverse range of audiences.
She started her journey as the Environment Education Director at WWF India in 2015. She laid the foundation of a five-year-long education strategy, which eventually resulted in raising the profile of environmental education within the organization as well as in the country. WWF India has witnessed growth from the engagement of children in urban areas to our programs reaching the remotest areas of India. These standardized education programs continue to have an impact on the lives of over 500,000 children and youth every year.

Sasha is a mental health professional who has worn a lot of different hats as a Cambridge trainer, IB Teacher, psychologist, education consultant, and finally an entrepreneur. She aims to bring a mindset shift towards the acceptance of mental well-being among the Indian workforce. She’s the co-founder of MokshIn, which is a health-tech firm, helps businesses to build and nurture a sustainable work culture.

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