Joshi's Scheme - RUJ Skill Schooling for Dropouts Teacher Education
To transfer the right, efficient and different teaching methodology for the RUJ Skill School teachers, we need a clear, simple and replicate TE system. Also the vocational trainers run through a serious and effective train the trainer program within the teachers and trainers want to be conditioned to train and explain the training subjects in a very simple and revised downwards way. The way to learn for the candidates is anytime connected with the real live and enriched with a lot of practical sequences. It’s a big challenge for the teachers and trainers to adapt to the new schooling system and it demands a lot of flexibility and personal investment from them.
With a good and effective support from Swiss educational teachers and Swiss vocational trainers the RUJ Skill School forms the necessary educational staff.
Expenditure for the Teacher Education (TE)
The TE lasts 6 months. Teachers prepare theoretically as well as practically for their work on the Skill Schooling Scheme. Theory modules alternate with practice modules.
Full – time Teacher Education
20 weeks work on the TE: 10 weeks theory and 10 weeks practise
Theory: 400 hours (40 h/ week)
Practise: 168 h (24 h/ week)
TE for hand skills basics and teacher for more than 2 subjects
Teachers are interchangeable and competent in learning tools of the other subjects.
Subjets of the Teacher Education
Knowledge of Teaching System of Skill Schooling for Dropouts RUJ Skill Schooling Scheme follows other ways to teach. Teachers understand the way of learning and hold a variety of teaching methodologies and human knowledge to coach the young dropouts.
Teacher Methodology The system of the RUJ Skill Schooling Scheme is based on the idea of process orientated learning. There is a lot of time devoted for observations, try-outs, progress in process and evaluation. It needs unique and down to earth teaching techniques to bring value to what our students learn. New and other teaching methodologies support these learning processes.
Hand Skills Education The most important subject of the Skill Schooling is practical training. Candidates learn, based on hand skills training, to understand the value of a profound education and be motivated to learn to bloom in their personal careers. Teachers must have a certain knowledge of practical work. The material they learn to work with are: Paper, cardboard, wood, metal, plastic, clay, cloth, gardening,
Subject Methodology The System of the Skill Schooling Scheme needs teacher with a certification of more than two subjects. They must teach all subjects (Math, Hindi, English, Environmental Science, Sports, Arts, Vocational Introduction) The Skill Schooling TE gives the possibility to learn the missing subjects.