The University Grants Commission (UGC) has invited proposals for the development of ‘Guidelines for Pedagogical Approach and Assessment/Evaluation’. All interested parties can send their proposals until November 14. Various departments of NEP are updating curricula, offering advanced teaching methods, revising assessments and evaluations to promote high quality learning. To promote these objectives, the UGC has prepared guidelines.
The National Education Policy 2020 focuses on blending India’s traditional value-based education with modern technology-dominated teaching and learning. It uses a number of strategies in an attempt to reform the current education system, according to an official statement.
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According to a tweet from the UGC India account, the draft guidelines on Pedagogical Approaches or Methods of Teaching and Assessment are available for comments/suggestions from stakeholders till November 14. “UGC invites interested parties to comment/suggest draft guidelines on pedagogical approaches and assessment at email@example.com by 14 November 2022,” the tweet said.
UGC invites interested parties to add comments/suggestions on the draft guidelines on pedagogical approaches and assessment at firstname.lastname@example.org by 14 November 2022.
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— UGC INDIA (@ugc_india) October 22, 2022
To increase their potential and help students achieve the required learning outcomes, teachers should receive appropriate training in pedagogical approaches. Along with this, a number of assessment tools will be developed to enhance and inclusive student performance, the statement added. The NEP emphasizes an innovative pedagogy to develop interdisciplinary understanding of fundamental ideas, pose and define problems, and explore possible solutions in students.
Curricula and pedagogical methods should be reoriented and restructured according to the goal of NEP 2020 – the development of comprehensively developed, qualified individuals with 21st century abilities. This includes raising the standard of the curriculum and using the right methodologies for effective delivery to students. To better support the NEP 2020 goal, the project’s recommendations aim to offer creative pedagogy and develop links between graduate attributes, as defined in the National Higher Education Qualifications Framework (NHEQF), and learning requirements and pedagogical approaches.
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