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May 04, 2019 Saturday 01:28:48 PM IST

CBSE to Promote Hubs of Learning Concept Linking Neighbourhood Schools

National Edu News

The Central Board of Secondary Education has mooted the Hubs of Lerning concept which envisages to form groups of 4-6 neighborhood schools to enhance quality of education and learn from the best practices of each other giving opportunity for adaptation or replication. All schools will be givers as well as receivers of new ideas and resources. The Board is of the view that there is as much to learn from a small school with less resources as from a large school with several resources. This will create a culture of support and healthy interdependence, sharing of information and expertise, reflecting on annual pedagogical plans/curriculum plans and transaction strategies. The hubs can also promote quizzes, project demonstrations, art exhibitions and related activities. Unlike, the sahodayas, the Hubs of Learning are mandated by the boards. From among the schools participating in a Hub of Learning, one school shall be nominated as Lead Collaborator School.



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