IndiaBioscience and biology educators from colleges and universities of India came together for a virtual meet to celebrate IndiaBioscience's latest compendium Teaching Graduate Biology Vol. 2.
This webinar explored the concept of bioethics, which is value-laden, by using perspectives from social and cultural anthropology, practical ethics, science practice, and policy decisions. The speaker drew examples from the public health realm in India to discuss and observe that 'bioethics' should not be limited to mere protocol compliance but should guide science practice. Further, she discussed the need to identify, analyse and resolve ethical challenges in everyday science practice that are directly impacting society at large.
In this webinar, award-winning educator Charu Dogra Rawat explored initiatives and strategies pertaining to digital education recommended in the National Education Policy 2020. She delved into the roles of various stakeholders in realizing these recommendations and thus, contribute towards raising the standards of the Indian higher education system to global levels.
In this webinar, Shakila Shamsu, former Officer on Special Duty (NEP), Ministry of Education, delved into some of the necessary measures and changes for a successful implementation of NEP. The session was moderated by Hemalatha Reddy, former Principal, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi.
In this webinar, award-winning educator Charu Dogra Rawat traces the digital transformation of educators during the course of the pandemic, the challenges faced, and how some of them were overcome. It also explores ways in which digital tools can be included in inquiry-based learning. Through this webinar, we hope to inform educators on the importance of digital tools and how to incorporate them in lesson plans for effective learning.
The webinar is mainly for educators in higher education institutions. School teachers may find it useful too.