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1. Paragon Charitable Trust, Mumbai, India Registered Charity. Who we are. Education Resource Center Working in Partnership with Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM). What we do. Teacher Education : Educate women from marginalized communities to be teachers

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Paragon Charitable Trust, Mumbai, India Registered Charity

who we are
Who we are
  • Education Resource Center
  • Working in Partnership with Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM)

What we do

  • Teacher Education: Educate women from marginalized communities to be teachers
  • Whole School Adoption: Run English medium schools in partnership with MCGM. Our strengths – constructivist approach, inclusion and medium of instruction - English
how we do it the two pronged approach
How we do it: the two pronged approach
  • Only those who have been through the Muktangan Pre-Service TE course absorbed as teachers
  • USP of TE  Free, medium of instruction English and based on constructivist approach
  • A network of 7 schools adding one standard every year  job opportunity
  • Strong ties with Government and parent community outreach
some facts
Some facts
  • Monday to Saturday work week
  • 9 a.m to 4.15 p.m work day (Saturday till 1.30 p.m)
  • 35 extra days of TPD (vacation time)
  • Salary bracket Rs 5,000 – 15,000/-
  • Tremendous opportunity for career progression
  • 1% attrition
  • A strong model of Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Education
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Outreach: Creating Awareness

Distributed to:

  • each child in the 7 schools who in turn distribute it in their buildings
  • local political leaders
  • current teacher trainees
  • Announced in parent-teacher meetings
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Recruitment: Mapping Our needs

Basic Fluency in English

English Assessment (reading/writing)

Open to New Methods

Personal Interview

Personal Interview

Ensure 3 year Horizon

Group Task

Ability to Work in a Team

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Create Awareness

English Assessment

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Invite Applications

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Muktangan Orientation

Scoring

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Personal Interview

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Shortlisting of Candidates

[3 bands]

Group Task

Completion of Formalities

Induction of Selected Candidates

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Applications Received & called for Eng Ass: 600 to 650  WHY?

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Percentage eliminated after English Assessment: 40% to 50%

No selected:100

Percentage eliminated after PI and Group Task 60% to 70%

No of Interviewers: 4

teacher professional development
Need based

Continuous

Synergy between organizational needs and personal growth needs

HOW DO WE IDENTIFY NEEDS?[ anx5 &6]

HOW DO WE ORGANIZE TPD?

Teacher professional development
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Varied profile: Mostly Post graduates with some teaching experience

Diwali, Christmas and May

Music, art, Dance and General Awareness

Teachers & Teacher Trainers asked

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Growth Trajectory of a teacher

When she joined, 2006

Today, 2012

  • Education: std X pass, Muktangan teacher training
  • Post: Pantry staff
  • Responsibility: Serving fruit and meals
  • Education: Appearing for TYB.Sc.
  • Post: Trainee Faculty, Science
  • Responsibility: leads Science curriculum meetings in schools
the 5 pillars
THE 5 PILLARS

Muktangan educates teachers and children in the following curricular approaches:

Children (trainees & teachers)learn through active exploration

Active Learning

Children (trainees & teachers)learn 21st century skills of team work and collaboration

Collaboration

Children (trainees & teachers)learn to read, write and compute in personally meaningful ways

Emergent Literacy and

Numeracy

Offer learning experiences appropriate for the learning level of each child(trainees & teachers)

Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum

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To reveal the developmental level of each child(trainees & teachers) in each curricular area

Formative Assessment

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