WICCI Webinar Series On Disruptive Education - The New 21st Century Model
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WICCI Webinar Series On Disruptive Education - The New 21st Century Model

The WICCI was founded by Dr Harbeen Arora and the upcoming webinar is on ’Start with Early Child Education to Impart 21st Century skills' is slated for August 29 at 4:00 PM

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NEW DELHI || WICCI Elementary Education India- a vertical of Women’s India Chamber Of Commerce and Industry, is organising webinar series on ‘Disruptive Education - the new 21st Century model’ in partnership with Empowered Parents Forum, The News Agency, Super Parents and Ladies Circle India.

The WICCI was founded by Dr Harbeen Arora and under the Presidentship of Jasmin Kumar, the upcoming webinar is on ’Start with Early Child Education to Impart 21st Century skills' is slated for Saturday, August 29 at 4:00 PM on the WICCI Elementary Education Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WICCI-Elementary-Education-Council-INDIA-600068503984807.

Children in the early years are curious and excited learners. It is our responsibility as parents, educators, policymakers, and administrators to create learning experiences and environments that tap into that natural curiosity and excitement.
The webinar will be moderated by Neerja Singh and the panellists include, Shagun Singhal Garg, Vibha Ravee, Sapna Jha and Neha Sharma.

The key focus is on the future skills required by the children, aimed to begin preparing children for the challenges and demands of the future is when they are young.

Children in the early years are curious and excited learners. It is our responsibility as parents, educators, policymakers, and administrators to create learning experiences and environments that tap into that natural curiosity and excitement.

This includes not only supporting emerging skills in reading, math, science, and social studies, but also most importantly, the 21st century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, technology literacy, and social-emotional development.

Children need to begin to develop the early foundational skills that will help them reason, think creatively, analyze data, and work collaboratively in the future, the organisers said.

The webinar will be moderated by Neerja Singh and the panellists include, Shagun Singhal Garg, Vibha Ravee, Sapna Jha and Neha Sharma.

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