Mysore/Mysuru: “The importance of social networking irrespective of social distancing is a must to the present ongoing COVID situation to reach out to the students in teaching academics,” said Most Rev. Dr. K.A. William, Bishop of Mysuru.
He was delivering the valedictory address of week-long online workshop on ‘Smart Teaching and Learning’ organised by St. Joseph’s College of Education, Mysuru, under IQAC, for the teachers working under Mysore Diocesan Educational Society (MDES), Mysuru, to equip them to meet the challenges of present scenario.
Dr. Priya Mathew, Principal of St. Joseph’s College of Education, said that we all need to work together as a family and venture out of our comfort zones.
Resource person M.K. Naseerali, Asst. Professor, author and trainer in Educational Technology, Aligarh Muslim University Centre, Malappuram, Kerala, also spoke.
Gemma Christopher, Head Mistress, Secondary St. Joseph’s Central School, Yelwal, welcomed. The report of the workshop was presented by Shalom Sannutha, Asst. Professor, St. Joseph’s College of Education. Asha P. Pathrose, Asst. Professor, IQAC and Programme Co-ordinator, proposed a vote of thanks.