Three CMS teachers shine and excel at All India teaching competition with their teaching skills
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Lucknow, July 7: The three very talented teachers of City Montessori School have brought fame to the city of Lucknow with their teaching skills and professional acumen at the national level CENTA Teaching Quotient (CENTA TQ) Test. These teachers are- Ms Saumya Tripathi of CMS Rajajpuram Campus I and Mrs Sonali Chowdhury and Mrs Shazia Khan of CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus II. This information has come from Mr Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS. Mr Sharma informed that Ms Saumya Tripathi has elevated the school flag high by outstanding performance in junior level Maths teaching contest. She has been featured on the CENTA Wall of Fame for her achievement. Similarly, the teachers of CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus II, Mrs Sonali Chowdhury and Mrs Shazia Khan have come out with flying colours in primary level maths teaching competition. In this competition, teachers were judged on three main parameters- Subject Expertise, Classroom Communication and Elements of Verbal Communication.
Mr Sharma further informed that CENTA Teaching Test is the substantiation for teaching excellence in which teachers from schools across India compete. This competition was organized under the aegis of the Centre for Teacher Accreditation (CENTA) having participation of teachers from over 10,000 schools of the country. He added that the CENTA Teaching Quotient Test aims to encourage teachers to develop their skills and talents. At this unique contest, the teachers are selected on the basis of their proficiency in subjects, experience, and high academic standards.