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Robert Kirkland’s Indian Experience Introduction Placement - Teacher Training Workshop – “Sport for Holistic Development” 2) Research Project – “Background information of teachers” An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops - Background Professional Background:

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robert kirkland s indian experience introduction
Robert Kirkland’s Indian Experience Introduction
  • Placement - Teacher Training Workshop –
  • “Sport for Holistic Development”

2) Research Project –

“Background information of teachers”

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An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops - Background

Professional Background:

Four years teaching Physical Education / Special Educational Needs in Government Schools

One year work for NGO Right To Play on Thailand Tsunami Project with responsibilities for the professional development of 250+ teachers in the use of sport and play for the holistic development of children aged 3-18.

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An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops - Content
  • The Teacher Training Workshops aims to create and provide:
  • Understanding and awareness of the importance of sport and play for the holistic development of children. (mentally, physically, emotionally, socially)
  • Understanding and awareness of the values that sport and play develop such as; self-confidence, problem solving skills, concentration, respect, working together.
  • Experience through either demonstration, participation or actually teaching the activities and games that allow children to learn the important values for holistic development. E.g Cats and Dogs – concentration, attention, reaction, large muscle movement.
  • Logistics
  • Discussions with school owners about teacher training workshops
  • Numbers of teachers, date, time, facilities.
  • Confirmation – problematic to say the least!!!
  • Delivery.
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An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops - New Little Scholars School
  • Specifics
  • 18 Teachers
  • Large classroom
  • 2 hours
  • Teachers participated in games
  • Results
  • To many teachers
  • Mixed interested levels
  • Slow / Limited amount of time
  • Understanding of concepts
  • Requested more training opportunities
  • Owners not convinced.
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An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops – M.A. Ideal School
  • Specifics
  • 3 Teachers
  • 16 children
  • Basement of building
  • 3 hours
  • I demonstrated games then the teachers delivered.
  • Results
  • Pupils to teach very good idea
  • Two amazing teachers
  • Highly interested, enthused,
  • Complete understanding of concepts
  • Requested more training opportunities
  • Owners complete interest/support.
an indian experience teacher training workshops suryateja high school
An Indian Experience Teacher Training Workshops – Suryateja High School
  • Specifics
  • Whole School
  • Two outside spaces
  • 3 hours
  • Teachers observed games
  • I returned one week later and teacher taught a game
  • Results
  • Children take time to fully engage.
  • Teachers extremely shy
  • Children requesting games
  • One teacher completely engaged
  • Growing understanding of concepts
  • Requested more training opportunities
  • Owners interested /.support
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An Indian Experience Self Organized Sport
  • Street Cricket
  • No instructions from adults
  • Self officiating
  • Makeshift equipment
  • Peer to Peer Learning
  • Group work
  • Replicating role models
  • Learning by doing
  • Self development
an indian experience research project objective findings
An Indian Experience Research Project – Objective findings

The aim of the research project was to collect background

information on teachers

from private schools. The data was collected by use of questionnaire..

A total of 57 teachers who took part in the questionnaire, from New Little Scholars School, MA Ideal School and Suryateja High School

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An Indian Experience Research Project – Objective findings

This shows that most teachers are aged between 20-30.

“Age comes to the body,

not the soul”

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An Indian Experience Research Project – Objective findings

This clearly shows that a high frequency of teachers attended private unaided schools like they work in now.

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An Indian Experience Research Project – Objective findings

Almost 3 / 4 of the teachers researched do not have a recognised trained teachers certificate.

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An Indian Experience Research Project – Objective findings

45 of the 57 teachers questioned had been teaching less than 10 years.

Many teachers questioned were actually in their first year of teaching.