CBSE launches online training course for teachers: how to register on the DIKSHA app

Union Human Resources Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Wednesday launched an interactive online course on ‘experiential learning’ for teachers and school leaders.

The course was developed by CBSE in association with Tata Trust and is now available on MHRD’s DIKSHA platform. The course is free and teachers can join it in a few easy steps.

Experiential learning pedagogy enables students to relate the content of learning areas and subjects to their own lives and the world around them. This promotes self-thinking, creativity, and effective study skills in the students. It is a proven fact that rote learning when replaced by learning by doing accelerates student joy, understanding and conceptual clarity.

While the teacher facilitates and guides, the student is able to assess, think critically, make decisions and master knowledge by constructing it.

How to join the online teacher training course on the DIKSHA app:

In order to join the free online training course for teachers, teachers should follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Download the DIKSHA application on Android smartphone by clicking on the link:

2nd step: Log in using an existing DIKSHA account OR log in via google OR register on DIKSHA using an email id or cell phone number.

Step 3a: Scan the QR code using the DIKSHA mobile app;
Step 3b: Click the links to open the course on the DIKSHA mobile app or desktop / laptop web browser:

In addition, it is expected that after the completion of this course, educators will be able to make learning more joyful, reflective and multidisciplinary.

Teachers to obtain an end of course certificate:

After successfully completing the course, teachers can download the course completion certificate from the DIKSHA portal from July 10, 2020.

Additionally, CBSE has also scheduled regional webinars for hub leaders, and will share details through CBSE-Centers of Excellence. For any other question, schools can contact [email protected].

DIKSHA for mobile:

The DIKSHA platform offers teachers, students and parents interesting and relevant learning materials for the prescribed school curriculum. Download the DIKSHA app and scan the QR code in your textbooks for easy access to your lessons.

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