IIC FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PRESENTS ONLINE WORKSHOPS ON EFFECTIVE PEOGOGIES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ON 23 RD , 24 TH & 25 TH OF FEBRUARY 2022 @ 2.30 PM

The Faculty Development Programme (FDP) intends to provide financial assistance
to facilitate up-gradation of knowledge, skill and intends to provide opportunities for
induction training to teachers employed in any educational disciplines. It covers areas
such as technical education policy, new concepts, methods and techniques, theory
and skills development and up gradation of pedagogy educational technology,
motivation, communication skills, management and other relevant issues to keep
pace with the changing scenario in Technical Education. On account of this valuable
scheme, Dhaanish Ahmed College of Engineering in association with the Institution
Innovation Council (IIC) is excited to launch a series of expert online workshop
(through Google Meet) on 23 RD , 24 TH & 25 TH OF FEBRUARY 2022 @2.30PM.
On 23.02.2022, Ms. K. Anuratha, Assistant Professor II from the Department of IT
at Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology, West Tambaram will be meeting our faculties
online and enrich their knowledge on ‘Blooms Taxonomy In Teaching and Learning’

which provide a common language for teachers to discuss and exchange learning and
assessment methods.

On 24.02.2022, Dr. R. Raja Guru, Associate Professor from the Department of
CSBS at M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur will be meeting our faculties
online and brush on ‘ICT enabled tools and innovative Techniques for Teaching &
Learning’ which is used to resolve a wide variety of problems and can provide learning
situations to explore and experiment with mathematical connections, and provide
new ways of approaching the tasks.
On 25.02.2022, Dr. J. Rahila, Professor – Head IQAC from the Department of EEE
at Dhaanish Ahmed college of Engineering , Chennai will be meeting our faculties
online and enumerate on ‘Course outcome and mapping of CO to Programme
outcomes’ which allows faculty to create a visual map of a program. It is also used to
explore how students are meeting program-level outcomes at the course level.
These workshops are designed to enhance the teaching skills of the faculty and
to make them aware about modern teaching tools and methodologies. It provides an
opportunity to acquire knowledge about current technological developments in their
relevant fields. It will not only promote the professional practices relevant to technical
education but also motivates the faculty to achieve competitive teaching and learning
environment, thus channelizing development with respect to academic qualifications
and personal matters.