Reading is a basic skill. Learning to read and reading to learn is how we understand more about our selves and our world. The process of reading is a complex one, the methods are varied and the quest to support all children in this process is an upper most vision of everyone engaged in education.
Bookworm finds that the role of libraries and good reading material is crucial for creating a culture that scaffolds the reading habit. The mere presence of books however does not necessarily engender reading. The second step in developing this reading culture lies in bringing books to life in classrooms.
Bookworm has spent 8 years conceptualising and developing methods of using story books in classroom settings to create a stimulating and engaging experience for children, that is deeply rooted in strong pedagogic practice.
With an aim of collaborating with a wider network to grow the concept of storybooks as a medium for learning, Bookworm is organising a Teacher Training Workshop for story telling in a classroom.
Dates: 3rd & 4th of June
Time: 9.30 am – 4. 30 pm
Fee: Rs. 2000/-
Participants will require to carry lunch. All other materials and hand-outs will be provided. Limited seats.
For further details, contact us at: 9823222665 | (0832) 2451233