In­no­va­tion in Ed­u­ca­tion Fair (IEF), 2017 at NAC

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The In­no­va­tion in Ed­u­ca­tion Fair (IEF), 2017, will take place at Nepal Art Coun­cil in Babarma­hal, start­ing from to­day, August 10. The four-day fair, or­gan­ised by Quixote's Cove and sup­ported by the US Em­bassy and Alumni En­gage­ment In­no­va­tion Fund, pro­vide a “fo­rum for ed­u­ca­tional pro­fes­sion­als to dis­cuss ways in which our teach­ing and learn­ing prac­tices can be more en­gag­ing, mean­ing­ful and mem­o­rable for both stu­dents and teacher.” “One of the ob­jec­tives of the fair is to prod stu­dents to think crit­i­cally and cre­atively to solve real world prob­lems—an ap­proach that makes stu­dents in­quis­i­tive and en­cour­ages them to in­ves­ti­gate and learn rather than just mem­o­rise and re­gur­gi­tate the text,” or­gan­is­ers said. Along with work­shops, the fair also fea­tures pre­sen­ta­tions, in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits, film screen­ings, and other per­for­mance arts. Each day of the fair will also fea­ture panel dis­cus­sions with work­shop men­tors and per­form­ers. Among the men­tors and per­form­ers se­lected for this year's event are Ni­ran­jan Kun­war, Dorje Gu­rung, Shreeti Prad­han, Prathama Ragha­van, Ac­tors' Stu­dio and Mi Ku. In­ter­ested in­di­vid­u­als can ap­ply for the work­shop by fill­ing up a form avail­able online at the Fair's sites. Ed­u­ca­tors, Teach­ers, and School Ad­min­is­tra­tors in­ter­ested in tak­ing part in work­shops ses­sions on August 10, 11 and 13 must reg­is­ter as seats are lim­ited and will be al­lo­cated on a first come first serve ba­sis. In­ter­ested teach­ers can reg­is­ter here: https:// tinyurl.com/y8wjwccc If you would like to reg­is­ter your­self for Day 3, which is fo­cused on par­ents and chil­dren, you can reg­is­ter here: https://tinyurl.com/ y9­plvq87 En­try to the other Fair ac­tiv­i­ties like the ex­hi­bi­tion, per­for­mances and creative spa­ces are FREE and do not re­quire reg­is­tra­tion.

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