Practice Teaching Program
- Teaching practice programs also ensure the development of core learning abilities and enhance the teaching competencies, but not limited to, quantitative skills; information literacy; and the habit of critical analysis of data and argument. In addition, this programs actively foster an understanding of diversity; civic responsibility; the ability to work with others; and the capability to engage in lifelong learning. This programs also ensure breadth for all students in the areas of cultural and aesthetic, social and political, as well as scientific and technical knowledge expected of educated persons in this society. Finally, students are required to engage in an in-depth, focused, and sustained program of study as part of their requirement. this program are alsoÂ consistent with the purpose and character of their course; are in keeping with the expectations of their respective disciplines and professions; and are described through nomenclature that is appropriate to the several levels of graduate andÂ professional degrees offered. Graduate curricula are visibly structured to include active involvement with the literature of the field and ongoing student engagement in research and/or appropriate high-level professional practice and training experiences.
- The campus expectations for learning and student attainment are clearly reflected in its academic programs and policies. These include the organization and content of the prescribed curricula; admissions and graduation policies; the campus and delivery of advisement; the use of its library and information resources; and experience in the wider learning environment provided by the campus and/or co-curriculum.
- The campusâ€™s expectations for learning and student attainment are developed and widely shared among its members including (faculty, students, and staff, external stakeholders). The campus faculty takes collective responsibility for establishing, reviewing, fostering, and demonstrating the attainment of these expectations. Our academic programs actively involve students in learning, challenge them to achieve high expectations, and provide them with appropriate and ongoing feedback about their performance and how it can be improved.
- The campus demonstrates that its graduates consistently achieve its stated levels of attainment and ensures that its expectations for student learning are embedded in the standards faculty use to evaluate student work. In order to improve program currency and effectiveness, all programs offered by the campus are subject to review, including analyses of the achievement of the programâ€™s learning objectives and outcomes. Where appropriate, evidence from external constituencies such as employers and professional societies is included in such reviews.
Micro Teaching and Teaching Practice:
- Chairman: Mr. Shatrughan Prasad Gupta, Campus Chief
- Member: Prof Dr. Krishna Prasad Acharya; HoD HealthÂ and Physical Education
- Member: Mr. Hari Binod Adhikari, HoD, Curriculum Education
- Member: Mr. Madhav Dhakal: HoD, Educational Planning and Management
- Member: Prof. Maheshawor Naupane, HoD, Nepali Education
- Member: Mr. Ram Chandra Pandey, HoD English Education
- Member Secretary: Mr. Loknath Bhattarai, Instructional Incharge