Eduko Bangladesh and Monash College Conduct development workshop for Bangladeshi teachers.
Eduko Pathways Bangladesh and Monash College, Australia recently conducted an online Teacher Development Workshop, titled “Analysis of Practice: Explicit Instructions”, according to a statement.
Over 1,000 teachers from all over Bangladesh registered for the event and achieved participatory certification by Monash College and Eduko.
The workshop was supported by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade). This workshop is evoking significant mentions across both the student and academic communities.
Monash College is fully owned by Monash University, Australia's largest university, which is among the top 100 universities in the world.
Eduko is one of the leading companies in the international placement business that has been at the forefront of ensuring global research and practices are shared with Bangladeshi students and educators. A series of such programmes will be held throughout this year by Eduko in partnership with the world’s leading educational institutions.
Ms Sarah Hariz, trade commissioner, South Asia from Austrade spoke during the occasion addressing the importance of such thought-provoking discussions to lead the future of education in the country and its crucial impact on society and economy as a whole.
Ms Jo Mithen, CEO of Monash College, also spoke during the beginning of the workshop describing teachers as 'lifelong learners'.
Eduko Pathways has a mission to ensure students are well prepared before going overseas for their higher education and believes strong teachers are an important part of the student experience, the release adds.