KCIS enhance teaching process with help of teaching assistance
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Generation UK India’s vision is to create a more globally competitive work force and strengthen cultural understanding between the two nations. So the KC International School has taken an initiative to be the part of this programme and enhance the teaching and learning process with the help of teaching assistance. To mark the importance of this programme a special assembly was conducted for the teaching assistance Emily Philips and Hetal Jani. These teaching assistants will be with KCIS for two months and help teachers and students with international concepts of making teaching more effective. They were welcomed by the BSF band, followed by various scintillating performances by the students. The Primary Wing also presented the dreams of KCIS and familiarise the guests with the glimpses of incredible India.
Anupama Sinha, Vice Principal presented a vote of thanks and academic curriculum file was handed over to them by their mentors Kesar Patel and Randeep Wazir.