Teachers' Resource Centre


TRC views the teaching process as one that involves far more than a transfer of information. We believe that education is the development of thinking, problem solving and communication skills. It requires an understanding of concepts and fosters attitudes of respect for self and for others, and that learning takes place in secure, non-threatening environments. At our workshops we aim to demonstrate and build on this philosophy.

The workshop programme provides opportunities for professional growth and creates a forum where teachers can meet and exchange ideas. It responds to expressed needs, but is also designed to stimulate interest, and demand, in new topics.

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Designing Effective Science Questions

Dates: 10th & 11th September 2018 | Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Questioning is one of the most extensively researched areas because of its central importance in the teaching and learning process. Effectively designed questions promote critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills in the students. This workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for teachers to reflect and design effective questions for science lessons.

Managing Your Time Effectively

Dates: 6th & 7th September 2018 | Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Are you overwhelmed with all that you need to do and burnt out most of the time?
Do you need to get your life back? If your answer is yes to any one of those questions, then this workshop is for you. It will focus on strategies to develop Time Management skills that support productive teaching and learning.

Motivating Reluctant and Distracted Learners in a Secondary Classroom

Date: 1st September 2018 | Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Motivation is about encouraging and inspiring students to learn. It is about enhancing love for learning. To ensure optimal learning, it is essential to encourage the reluctant and distracted learner to enjoy and be actively involved in the learning process. This talk session will focus on ways to motivate such students in the secondary classroom. (more…)

Poetry – Appreciating it, Teaching it

This workshop is being rescheduled: NOTE CHANGE OF DATES.

Dates: 23rd – 26th July 2018 | Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

This workshop is designed to help teachers develop skills of teaching poetry, and inculcating an appreciation for poetry in their students. (more…)

Managing a Successful School

This 30-hour course is designed for School Heads and Managers to develop their understanding and skills of managing a school effectively.

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Promoting Critical Thinking through PLAY

Dates: 10th & 11th May 2018 | Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Play is a full body activity that helps young children develop skills that they will need later in life. Play activities foster muscle development and help fine-tune motor skills. They also lead to mental development as children think creatively and create an imaginative world. Through this workshop participants will explore ways through which they can bring a sense of play into the classroom using appropriate materials for every area of learning, thus creating interest in children and promote critical thinking.

Creating a Positive Mathematics Environment for Young Learners through Games

Dates: 3rd & 4th May 2018 | Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Research has proved that the first six to eight years of life are important to gain early experiences in mathematics. All children can learn mathematics if it is taught in an enjoyable manner. It involves the development of the cognitive, affective and the psychomotor domains. By creating a student-centered, positive math learning environment, the teachers can enhance students’ mathematical skills. This workshop will provide ideas to create such an environment.

Helping Students Take Right Career Decisions

Dates: 28th April 2018 | Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Choosing a career at a young age can be daunting, if not frightening. Students need to be guided about the changing job market and the new and exciting upcoming careers that they can pursue. Therefore it is important for career councillors in schools to be aware of higher education options open to students of each subject stream, the institutions offering these courses and the steps they need to take to equip themselves for the world of work. This workshop provides a general overview on the numerous career options available with an introduction to career planning, its importance and methodology.

Managing Your Stress

Date: 21st April 2018 | Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

It is essential for one’ well-being to explore the depths and specifics of stress and understand how it builds up, leading to disastrous consequences. The focus of this session is to make the participants assess their level of stress and reflect on all the hassles and concerns that they face in life. They will be guided with the help of practical demonstration as to how they can tackle these factors, and reduce their stress.

Making History Lessons Fun

Dates: 19th & 20th April 2018 | Time: 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

History can often seem meaningless to students, a confused heap of facts about people who are no more alive. Yet they are expected to understand and interpret the present and look to the future. It is up to us as teachers to make the history lessons interesting and meaningful in the classroom. This workshop has been designed to focus on teaching methods that will maintain the students’ interest and create fun in learning history.