Teachers Training Program

TEACHERS' TRAINING PROGRAM

Teachers have the direct influence on students and their academic performances, which largely help in developing personal behaviors’ of students. In Nepal, the fact that each year more than 50% of students fail in school leaving certificate examinations signify the alarming situation of the quality of education of Nepal. The lack of formal training and no need or basic teaching qualifications are to blame for such a poor state and low quality of education in Nepal. Therefore, over 50% of teachers in Nepal have no or inadequate training; often the basic level is an SLC pass (an exam taken at age 16), and this alone can suffice to become a teacher. Such circumstances create a situation where high quality education cannot flourish. Most of the teachers in Nepal know only a very traditional method of teaching which comprises of lecturing and memorization (learning by heart method); they do not know how to introduce student participation to generate a creative and active learning process. Without having good quality education, it is impossible to improve the future all students’ prospects. And the case scenarios of villages are even worse. The schools at rural areas do not even receive text books, not enough teachers or even a single teacher for all subjects and poor infrastructure. Therefore, Riddhi Nepal is working towards improving the quality of education within its working areas with the help of educational institutions, organizations and volunteers. This volunteer program will place experienced overseas teacher trainers alongside Nepali teachers who have little or no previous training. Volunteers will be supported by one of the few Nepali teacher trainers who will assist in initial preparation and be in contact throughout the stay. With the help of our volunteers we hope to improve the standard of teaching in Nepal and begin to create a brighter and more constructive future for Nepali children

As we all know, Teachers have the direct influence on the students and their academic performances and personal behaviors’. The fact that each year more than 50% of students fail in school leaving certificate examinations signify the alarming situation of the quality of education in Nepal. The lack of formal training and no need of teaching qualifications are to blame for such a poor state and low quality of education in Nepal. Therefore, over 50% of teachers in Nepal have no or inadequate training; often the basic level is an SLC pass (an exam taken at age 16), and this alone can suffice to become a teacher. Such circumstances create a situation where high quality education cannot flourish. Most of the teachers in Nepal know only a very traditional method of teaching which comprises of lecturing and memorization (learning by heart method); they do not know how to introduce student participation to generate a creative and active learning process. Without having good quality education, it is impossible to improve the future all students’ prospects. And the case scenarios of villages are even worse. The schools at rural areas do not even receive text books, not enough teachers or even a single teacher for all subjects and poor infrastructure. Therefore, Riddhi Nepal is working towards improving the quality of education within its working areas with the help of educational institutions, organizations and volunteers. This volunteer program will place experienced overseas teacher trainers alongside Nepali teachers who have little or no previous training. Volunteers will be supported by one of the few Nepali teacher trainers who will assist in initial preparation and be in contact throughout the stay. With the help of our volunteers we hope to improve the standard of teaching in Nepal and begin to create a brighter and more constructive future for Nepali children

 

From centuries to these days women have been always treated as second class or inferior gender to men. They are racially abused, sexually exploited, treated unequally in works and schools and have to work harder than their counterpart men. They have always faced discrimination from all aspects of life both socially and culturally. While the problem exists in cities, it is rife in countryside which is fuelled by conservative thoughts and lack of education.

The same is for the youths of the nation. With poor financial conditions the youths have to start work in an early age to support their families. They do not get enough support and adequate education. Many have never gone to schools nor have any proper skills. With lack of proper education, skills and employment opportunities mostly move abroad in search for jobs. The huge numbers of youths end up working in Arabic heats in Arab countries in unfavorable conditions as slaves. They have no choice but to move to unfriendly and harsh Arab countries and developed nations for work and survival. It is estimated that currently around 20 million Nepalese youths are in Arab state working in dangerous conditions of Arabic heat. It’s sad but true that 90% of Nepalese workers are illiterate and unskillful workers who are especially hire for 3D (Dangerous, Difficult & Dirty) works, abandoned or discarded by other workers.

The most disappointing of all is the Nepal government does not have proper plan or vision to address these problems. They do have laws and projects to empower the youths and women, but are not implementing strongly and are inadequate in number thus making small or non- impact in the society.

 

Riddhi Nepal is working in collaboration with right groups, local people, women’s group and other organizations to address the problems faced by women and youths of Nepal. We always welcome volunteers, enthusiastic groups and donors to work together in eliminating the above problems.

 

We organize several activities and programs for women and youth development as well as for their empowerment. We also run women and youth centers where we run various training and elderly education programs, weaving programs, necklace and handicraft training programs, languages and others. Current skill training programs identify local resources and use local materials for the development of skills, which contribute to sustainable resource use and economic development. Examples of skill training programs offered include sewing, weaving methods, tailoring, beautician training, paper making, retail shop running, animal-raising, toy-making, and other small business products training or marketing.

We identify and understand the need of volunteers’ support in combating the above mentioned problems. Volunteers can hold workshops, classes, training, etc. on existing programs or production methods, or for a longer stay, even introduce new products and training programs. You can also run your own projects and events for it. We highly encourage and requests to join in this program and be the part of it to make a difference in a society. Your involvement can certainly bring a change in the lives of many marginalized Nepali Women and Youths of Nepal.

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Riddhi Nepal

Jorpati, Kathmandu

Nepal

Tel:01-6666666

Cell:98*******

Email: riddhinepal@gmail.com

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