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Early childhood care and School Curriculum education Leadership Access and remediation Teacher Technology and Governance in Training Innovation in Ed education Vocational Charter school Media CSR focus on Assessments education movement education Training of school Increased government Advocacy Examination leaders expenditure in education System Build national Policy in Training of teacher Corporate movements in education trainers Leaders education Vernacul ar/Rural School Politics Community Involvement in education schools Alumni Networks as Teachers Consulting Monitoring and support in accountability of teachers education Training government personnel in the - Teacher & School leader education space accreditation Technology and Innovation in Ed A Snapshot In a world of shifting paradigm from the teacher as the instructor to the teacher as a facilitator or coach, this new teacher will provide contextual learning environments that engage students in collaborative activities that will require communications and access to information that only technology can provide. With more than half a million untrained teachers and a country struggling with adult literacy , technology can be the key lever of change. Technology can also bring in a data driven culture of measurement and analysis of our education landscape leading to more informed reforms and policies. With only 16% of Indian schools having computer facilities, are we on our way to innovate learning practices in our classrooms and bring effectiveness in the administration of our schools? In bringing this technological revolution, what role will you play? Action Ideas Create an updated online database of schools across India Technology to promote connectivtity and effectivity of school systems (school management) Create a framework for distance learning for teacher training or student learning exchange Develop new models of designing relevant, updates curricula, training material, multimedia resources and new methods of providing access to teaching aids in an online environment Broadcast technology which gives wide access to educational content, such as India's Educast and UK's Teachers TV Set up virtual learning centers or mobile learning units in rural or semi urban areas for student outreach Organizations in this space DigiClass HCL National Innovation Foundation National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology Individuals working in this space Arvind Gupta Suneet Singh Tuli, Aakash Tablet Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Bachelors/Masters in Engg (Electronics and Telecommunications/ Electrical) Education experience HR, Training experience MBA Resources Improving India's education system through Information Technology : A study Learn about India's first thematic satellite dedicated exclusively for educational services, EDUSAT Start an online resource center for children like this one developed by Arvind Gupta is ICT used in educa How tion in India and South Asia, and what have we learnt? mor Learn e about the Akash Tablet Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field The National Centre for Technology in Education, Dublin provides advice, support and information on the use of ICT in education While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Internships in organisation with strong focus on technology and education Lifestyle in this space ICT Use of in the education sector in India, though recent, has picked up fast, and the benefits are already starting to show. Brian Pereira highlights the promising scene for technology-aided education and the opportunities it holds in store. For more information on compensation in this space, refer the following links: -India's Tech growth fuels better pay - a report - Paycheck India is a research initiative at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Explore it here Back to Jigsaw School Leadership A Snapshot In a meta analysis of 69 studies of school leadership conducted between 1978 to 2001 involving an estimated 14,000 teachers and 1.4 million children it has been found that replacing an "average" school leader with an "outstanding" school leader in an "average" school increases student achievement by 20 percentile points. School leadership has become a priority in education policy agendas internationally. It plays a vital role in improving school outcomes by influencing the motivations and capacities of teachers, as well as the school climate and environment. Effective school leadership is essential to improve the efficiency and equity of schooling. As India strives to reform education systems and improve student results, is school leadership high on our education policy agenda? Unfortunately, the men and women who run majority of our schools are overburdened, underpaid and near retirement. And there are few people lining up for their jobs. What leadership roles are most effective in improving student learning? How to allocate and distribute different leadership tasks? How to ensure current and future school leaders develop the right skills for effective leadership? In finding these answers, what role will you play? Action Ideas Be a School Leader in a charter school like Akanksha / 3.2.1 Education Foundation Acquire the necessary degree/qualification to aspire for school leadership in a low income municipal /private school Organizations in this space All private and public schools in India .The Job Description of a principal for a private school in India looks like this PPP schools like Akanksha schools, 3.2.1 Ed Foundation school Individuals working in this space Vandana Goyal Aditya Natraj Kiran Sethi Rahul Gupta All Akanksha School Leaders Fiona Vaz School Leaders of Rishi Valley, Allison Rouse Loreto Sealdah Gaurav Singh Maya Menon Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is meant for candidates desirous of pursuing post-graduate program in education. Besides preparing teacher educators, it also aims at preparing educational administrators, supervisors and researchers The M.Ed. program shall be of a duration of one academic year In addition, there are many global Fellowships like the Global Ed Village Fellowshipp/KIPP Fellowship that one might want to pursue to start a charter school / be a school leader at a private school Self assessments tests like the Haberman test Resources Get an idea of norms and standards around M.Ed degree from this NCTE document here The EdVillage Global Fellowship Program recruits and trains education entrepreneurs and school leaders from around the world that seek to open high-quality university preparatory schools in economically disadvantaged communities in their home countries. Read about it here Read Mckinse this y report on how good education systems can be great in the decade ahead ans the role of a exceptional school leader in making this happen "Teach For" Alumni Gaurav Singh founded 3.2.1 Education Foundation which is an organization created to work with the problem of educational inequity in India. They plan to create a network of outstanding schools throughout India to setup models of excellence in low-income communities. They are opening their first school in Mumbai in June 2012. Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field The Akanksha School Leadership Program Kaivalya Leadership Program The Global Ed Village Fellowship Distance Learning M.Ed through IGNOU A list of organisations providing M.Ed courses can be accessed here While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Intern with an organisation like Akanksha Explore the resource banks/ attend School Leadership Action Curriculum Shadow a School Leader Lifestyle in this space The life of a school leader is exciting and full of responsibilities. If you were to work in a charter school set up, you might expect a pay in the bracket of 40 - 60000 INR. In municipal schools, you would be paid in tune with the 6th Pay commission standards. The role of a school leader also involves creating excellent practices in his/her school and then being able to advocate for those changes in the larger education fraternity. You might choose to work in either rural or urban India Back to Jigsaw Curriculum A Snapshot India's educational challenges have been periodically reviewed by several commissions and committees. Their deliberations, recommendations and reports have formed the basis for the 1968 National Policy on Education (NPE) and the National Policy on Education Resolution of 1986 which includes broad guidelines regarding content and process of education at different stages. These guidelines are further elaborated by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). These detailed curricula, syllabi and instructional materials are developed at the national level.The NCERT has also developed the syllabi and instructional materials used in the schools run by central organizations. However, the states consider whether to adopt or adapt the NCERT syllabi and instructional materials.Thus, the NCERT curriculum framework is always a suggestion rather than prescriptive and it is not enforceable by law in the states. In our country, 14 states have so far revised curriculum as per NCF 2005. 10 States do not have their own curriculum and use those of neighbouring states or NCERT textbooks. Action Ideas Create world class integrated curriculum for skill, value, utility and activity based learning Create an online curriculum to promote independent learning amongst students Organizations in this space NCERT, State Curriculum Boards Education Initiatives Podar Education network iDiscoveri Bharatiya Jain Sangathna Individuals working in this space Sridhar Rajagopalan, Education Initiatives Ashish Rajpal Head of Department, Research, NCERT Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements A strong background in curriculum development and pedagogy; Strong both in designing and training skills. A teaching background is an additional plus point Resources Explore curriculum theory and practice and its relation to informal education here XSEED is an Educational Service Provider offering an integrated curriculum and training program that empowers every stakeholder in a child's education.XSEED is today present across 600 schools in India and over 200000 principals, school owners, teachers and students have gained from the XSEED advantage. Learn more about XSEED here "Teach For" Alumni Ritesh Mishra Romana Sheikh Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Any Masters program In education like this one in Harvard (done by Ashish Rajpal who started iDiscoveri) Any B.Ed/M.Ed course with specialisation in curriculum development While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Intern with the training team. Design training for city conferences Lifestyle in this space Find the national salary data for curriculum developers in India here This is an area ideally suited for individuals passionate in education research. With a lot of organisations trying to differentiate their pedagogy from others, this area is quite in demand. The bigger challenge would be to engage with the government on this with the different State Boards or CBSE and effect change systemically. Back to Jigsaw CSR Focus on education A Snapshot Things are fast changing in the Corporate Social Responsibility front. In the recent Draft Corporate Bill proposed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, disclosure of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives has been made mandatory for corporates. While companies will be free to choose their preferred CSR initiatives,there continues to be a provision that companies with a net worth of Rs 500 crores or more, or a turnover of Rs 1,000 crores or more must spend 2% of the net profits on CSR, in case they are not able to do so they can take shareholder approval and list the reasons in their annual report. So a 2% CSR spend will no longer be compulsory ,only a disclosure is mandatory. While this bill will be taken up by the Cabinet anytime now, the real opportunity lies in the fact that if every Indian corporate under the bracket started allocating 2 % of their net profits for CSR, it would mean Indian companies may collectively spend close to $2 billion a year on CSR programmes. In advocating and consulting with corporates on how much and where to spend this huge fund, what role will you play? Action Ideas Advocate for greater and sustainable spending on education in CSR activities. Organizations in this space All organisations which have a CSR wing. In India, the renowned CSR organisations are Reliance, Tata, Thermax, Wipro, HCL etc NASSCOM Foundation (helps strengthen CSR within IT-BPO industry) The UN Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. By doing so, business, as a primary driver of globalization, can help ensure that markets, commerce, technology and finance advance in ways that benefit economies and societies everywhere. As social, political and economic challenges (and opportunities) -- whether occurring at home or in other regions -- affect business more than ever before, many companies recognize the need to collaborate and partner with governments, civil society, labour and the United Nations. Join the UN Global Compact here Individuals working in this space Shiv Nadar - Shiv Nadar Founda tion Azim Premji - Azim Premji Foundation Anu Aga - Thermax Social Initiatives Foundation Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Pursuing a Masters degree might accelerate the growth track in the CSR vertical of a company. See the list of organisations offering good courses and which have tie ups with Teach For India here Resources Explore the following Sites/ Organisations Local IndiaCSR: India CSR news portal Times Foundation: Recourse for CSR Karmayog: CSR Rating for large corporations, and recourses CSR Conclave: One of the largest CSR events in India Global CSR International Ethical Corporation European Commission - Enterprise and Industry United Nations Global Compact World Business Council for Sustainable Development "Teach For" Alumni Veena Verma in Godrej CSR Charag Krishnan in BPCL CSR Namita Goel in Confederation of Indian Industries Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Any MBA/ Masters in that specific field of CSR ICCSR (Nottingham University) offers courses like MBA in CSR and Msc in CSR CAS - Corporate Social Responsibility Course - University of Geneva Corporate Social Responsibilty (MA) - London Metropolitan University While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Intern with a good CSR department in summers Attend CSR AC Explore Resource Banks in CSR Contact Alumni and find mentorship avenues Lifestyle in this space Work normal business hours. Might have to lobby in the organisation for appropriate spending by creating excellent project proposals and investing the right stakeholders. Compensation similar to counterparts in core technical fronts. Corporate policies dictate pay increase, promotion, vacation benefits etc. In this age of greater social consciousness amongst corporates, this is an exciting place to explore. Back to Jigsaw Media A Snapshot The power of media in our quest of attaining educational equity is immense. To change the conversation around education in our country, to make education everyone's priority, media can help us in a pivotal way. The recent Anna Hazare campaign against corruption was another testimonial how media can serve in creating mass movements of change in a country of a billion and more. To harness this influence of the print and the written word, or social media and broadcast journalism , what role will you play? Action Ideas Create advocacy campaigns through print and television Blog / write in magazines about educational issues Use social media effectively to build civic movements of educations Create a network of online partners in driving collaboration amongst educational organisations Create documentaries/ films/prime time television programs focused on education Organizations in this space Film and Television Institute of India Top ten entertainment houses of India Publish your own book about education utilising the best-in-class publishing services of Cinnamon Teal Top newspapers in India A unique volunteering program in media with social consciousness, WAVA Abhivy , a pla akti tform utilising media for development A media platf f orm or innovation and entrepreneurship : yourstory.in In the T is a commit elling ted socially conscious organisation for real people, real stories and real impact Press Information bur , Gov eau ernment of India Prasar Bharti, All India Radio Individuals working in this space Ajay Bijli, PVR Cinemas Ronnie Screwvala, UTV Aroon Purie and Associates, TV Today Pranoy Roy, NDTV Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Research periodically for admissions criteria for different media avenues in this Film and Television Institute of India site here Resources Reading material can be researched on google scholar R on the r eport ole of media in education Be inspired by r this esource on creating social changes and transformations by media Journalismtraining.org offers a searchable database of global learning opportunities for experienced and aspiring journalists alike Learn about the impact of media on education as researched in this paper Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field IIMC (Delhi) MICA (Ahmedabad) Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication Asian College of Journalism UC Berkeley's School of Journalism hosts one of the most complete and up-to-date job listings on its newspapers and wire services page Covering Education, a Columbia University journalism seminar, offers online resources and a syllabus with a useful introduction to the field. The Joint degree from New York univer sity in MBA/MFA While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Intern with the marketing team/ external media house. Get involved in the publication team of the Teach For India publication, FIRKI Lifestyle in this space The lifestyle for people in the media is very dynamic. Long working hours, deadline based working style is most common. Search for salary averages for different roles in the field of media here Back to Jigsaw Assessment A Snapshot The basic challenges around maximising learning outcomes are two fold: First, the lack of clearly defined learning outcomes in our country, and from it follows the difficulty of measuring it. With the lack of a culture of measurement and analysis of outcomes, the practice of an evidence based approach to plan, monitor, evaluate or develop is rare in the Indian education landscape. Pratham's ASER 2010 indicates that the impact of five years of schooling on children who entered class I in 2005 is hardly greater than upon children who entered class I in 2001. If anything their ability to read seems to have dropped a couple of notches over the five-year span. Likewise the all-India average of children who can do simple math has also declined by a few percentage points over the past four years. This is an injustice. How do we change this? What are the pitfalls in our examination systems? How can we create rigorous assessments that truly test a child's understanding of ideas and concepts? In maximising learning outcomes at all educational institutes in India, what role will you play? Action Ideas Create skill and knowledge standards across grade levels in state level and national curricula Partner with or start an organization that aligns skills with existing content based curriculum and frameworks Create a bank of assessments available for teachers that align with skill sets developed in each grade level Conduct teacher training that enables teachers to understand how to assess skills in assessments Train teachers in CCE's true spirit as it is linked with measuring skills that students have attained Start an organization that understands pedagogy in low income/govt schools and creates ,administers assessment and provides consulting to teachers and communities based on the results Organizations in this space Education Initiatives Idiscoveri EduTech State boards/ NCERT Individuals working in this space Madhav Chavan, CEO, Pratham Ujjwal Singh, XSEED Sudhir Ghodke, Director, EI Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Broad qualifications and backgrounds needed to be successful can be found in some indicative open positions with organizations like Education Initiatives here Resources Learn about the NCERT National Talent search Exams "Improve Education through assessment, innovation and evaluation" - a framework for developing nations. Read it here Assessment of scholastic skills through Educational Testing (ASSET) is a scientifically designed test by Education Initiatives aimed at promoting learning with understanding for all children. Read more about it here Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Any Graduate School of Education with specific concentrations on Assessments like the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Assessment Research Centre While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Create standard assessments for your classroom Contribute questions to Education Initiatives for their ASSET question bank data base Back to Jigsaw Examination System A Snapshot The Indian Examination System is at crossroads of great change. In an effort to give an academic orientation to all the 41 state and national school boards, the human resource development (HRD) ministry is planning for major reforms in the school examination system in the country. According to the latest reports,"the Planning Commission is at present working on a document with recommendations for investments to the tune of more than Rs 20,000 crore for the 12th Plan towards revamp of the school boards. The committee is also expected to recommend switching over to continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE) by the state school boards and greater use of information technology. Although the recommendations are yet to be submitted, it has been learnt that the committee is focusing on revamping the school boards, so that instead of remaining as mere exam conducting bodies, they will also work on design and quality of question papers. The idea is to infuse an academic approach into preparation of question papers. " In bringing about these changes in implementation in our system, what role will you play? Action Ideas Collaborate and consult with schools/ teachers on effectively implementing the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation system recently introduced in Indian School systems Advocate for greater usage of technology to bring greater efficiency in our examination system Advocate for common entrance examinations for institutions of higher learning and streamlining the process of admissions with minimum stress on the candidate Organizations in this space NCERT CBSE State Boards Planning commission Individuals working in this space C.N.R.Rao, head of Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister Chariman, CBSE Head , NCERT Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements A sound knowledge on pedagogy and assessments, curriculum, technology and project management. Resources F Dr ollow . C.N.R.Rao, head of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (SACPM)'s recommendation to reform our examination system Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Internships with the Planning Commision, NCERT,CBSE. Find a list of Government of India internships here While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Create training module for effective implementation of CCE in your school set up Back to Jigsaw Teacher Training A Snapshot Qualified and well trained teachers are an indispensable requirement for an excellent education system. The impact of teacher actions, positive or negative, on students' mindsets and consequently actions is unquestionable. The Global Institute of Teacher's Training says, "The ability to connect and interact with students has become increasingly difficult for today's teachers. Even the very process of teaching has changed over the years: while education has traditionally been meant to increase the students' comprehension of concepts and theories, it has now become more important to focus on grooming their analytical and application skills. Students must now not only study and understand concepts, but must go a step further and learn to analyze and apply them to practical situations. This vocational-centric idea of education has resulted in an extensive change in the very definition of good education. With this changing situation, it has become important to provide teachers with the necessary training to become more effective in imparting knowledge. With the growing importance of specialization across the world, the need for better- trained teachers is now being also felt beyond both national and cultural boundaries, making the well-trained teacher an invaluable product in a highly competitive world." Action Ideas Partner with or start a teacher training institute that accredits teachers based on outcomes of students Start dedicated teacher training schools for area-wise clusters(which will serve the dual purpose of focused, rigorous training as well as bridging the inequity gap in skills of teachers from high income and low income groups) Increased use of technology for training as well as teaching requirements Creating a framework for distance learning for teacher training Start an organisation conducting in- service training of teachers and set them up with professional mentors in their fields of interest Start teacher training program with an emphasis on inclusive education in schools ( refer works of Ummeed and Latika Roy Foundation) Create research facilities and grants that study teaching as a science and hence create continually evolving researched based program Organizations in this space The National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) is a national body created to achieve planned and coordinated development of the teacher education system throughout the country, the regulation and proper maintenance of Norms and Standards in the teacher education system and for matters connected therewith. Read more about it here A complete list of Teacher Training Institutes in India can be found here Teacher training is the primary focus of The Teacher Foundation (TTF), a not-for-profit organization in India. Read more about it here Other organisations: Alpha To Omega Learning Centre, Chennai- The Alpha to Omega Learning Centre was started to help students with Specific Learning Disability and other related disorders, such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Asperges syndrome. P Humana eople to People India is committed to work with the Government to improve the quality of education in Government primary schools, especially in remote and rural areas, in order to give access to quality education to all children, and thus open up their future of opportunities. Individuals working in this space Maya Menon, The Teacher Foundation Vibha Krishnamurthy Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Experience in teaching Physical and mental stamina Good management skills The capacity to engage participants, relate to them both one to one and in groups, and find out what they know A good understanding of the content you teach and an ability to transform it into (a) clear, succinct messages and (b) practice via tasks and materials Good classroom skills - for example, the ability to hold attention, question, wait, listen well, make good quality interventions, explain, demonstrate, negotiate learning that is meaningful and relevant for participants, monitor group work and synthesize everyone's offerings Good people management skills Resources The Teacher Trainer A Practical Guide to Mentoring, Coaching, and Peer-Networking: Teacher Professional Development in Schools and Colleges Many teacher candidates continue to say they also want to be an effective teacher who will be remembered fondly by their former students. Some want to have a chance to be a better teacher than the teachers they personally experienced. However, many researchers(i.e., Frank, 1990; Fulton, 1989; Goodlad, 1990; Handler, 1993) state the axiom that teachers usually teach in the way they were taught. This compelling statement highlights the importance of reviewing and analyzing students' prior educational experiences for insight into the effective and ineffective attitudes and actions of teachers. Read here Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Young Learner's teacher training program at ATI "Teach For" Alumni Brainstorm with Fellow Shashank Shekhar Shukla who plans to start a Teacher Training Institute in 2012 While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Conduct training workshops in your own school for the regular teachers, especially with regard to phonetics and technological teaching aids. Interact with other teachers in order to get a better understanding of the challenges and limitations they face so as to come up with long terms solutions which can be incorporated into Teacher Training schemes. Sunderji's Teachers' Training Institution, Pune conducts a 2 week intensive course to train teachers in remedial teaching in the month of April. Volunteer Society, Nepal offers the chance for qualified teachers and educational consultants to come in and train the school staff in more advanced methods. This can be done through general teaching skills coaching for all school staff, or if you have subject specific expertise this can also be used more directly within a department. Back to Jigsaw Access and remediation A Snapshot Education is fundamental. It provides individuals with greater choices in life. Just one extra year of schooling increases an individual's earnings by 10%. A child born to a mother who can read is 50% more likely to survive past age 5.If you are reading this, thanks to the education that you have had. While we are talking about excellent education for each child in our country, we must remember 8.1 million children in India in the age group of 6 - 14 years have never seen a school. Be it unreachable schools, social exclusion based on gender, poverty, caste, religion or abilities, be it bad infrastructure or quality of provisions, this is injustice and you can change it. The Government is working on achieving universal access to education through its flagship program, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. How are we ensuring children entering laterally at their age appropriate grade level are properly remediated? Can the government do it alone? If not, what role will you play? Action Ideas Engage with the GOI on the SSA- 2 for universal enrolment of all children by 2015. Lead Advocacy Campaigns for promoting universal access to education Garner corporate support for starting new schools Use multimedia and ICTs in education, experience based learning, providing infrastructure support and consultancy to low income schools, etc Organizations in this space In 2002, India unveiled its national flagship program, the International Development Agency-financed Elementary Education Project (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, SSA), to enroll all 6-14-year-olds in school by 2010. Read about the impact made by the program here Collaborate with International Development Agency (The World Bank Group) for funding, monitoring and evaluation of the SSA Collaborate with the Tata strategic management group to create the toolkit, "Business as a partner in India's right to Education" Collaborate with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty action labs Individuals working in this space K. Satyanarayan - Director, New Horizon Media, and a strong proponent of Education For All. Contact him here
Rajshree Doshi from Akanksha Foundation for after school remediation programs. Qualifications/ Skills/ Background requirements Strong in depth knowledge about education schemes, believes in inclusion in classrooms, ready to travel, background of social work/education Resources Pratham, "What We Do: Read India," Pratham, "Hewlett Foundation, Annual Report 2007-08," pg. 25 Speak up for the right of every child's right to education through UNICEF this advocacy campaign Learn more about the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Find ways to engage business in partnering with governmental initiatives for ensuring access to all children here The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty action labs Programs/courses/internships leading to a career in this field Masters in Social Work Masters in Education Internships with the Government Degree in Journalism or mass communication While in TFI Fellowship what can I do towards this impact area? Conduct evening community classes for siblings of your students who are out of school Back to Jigsaw