Thursday, June 15, 2017


by BIS Correspondent


AHMEDNAGAR, JUNE 15, 2017: Eighty five teachers from Don Bosco Institute Savedi, Ahmednagar and Auxilium Convent, Mumbai, participated in a two-day seminar, on June 13, 14, in Ahmednagar, to help them get acquainted with the system of teaching and understanding students in the Don Bosco way.  

Father Richard D'Silva, administrator of DBYC Pune, was the main speaker at the seminar. He highlighted the good and bad qualities of a teacher. Rajesh Aggarwal, a motivational speaker then spoke about body language while speaking to students, attentive listening and anger management.

The second day dealt with leadership and body language in teaching. The Child Protection policy and Child Abuse policy along with Preventive System were also highlighted.  

The main organisers for the event were Father James Tuscano, principal of Don Bosco Vidhalaya along with Father Cedrick Sankul, principal of Don Bosco English Medium School and Sister Lata Arogiaswamy, principal of Auxilium Convent. Several teachers also shared their experiences from their teaching career and highlighted the problems students faced.

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