India's Higher education (HE) sector has experienced massive expansion to become the second-largest system in the world. The growth is accompanied by increasing student diversity in the industry. Student diversity is reflected in terms of an increasing share of students from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. According to MoE (2020), nearly 57 percent of students come from disadvantaged groups.
Pedagogy - Teacher Centric vs. Learner Centric Methods - Learner Centric Methods; Discussions, Group Work, Tutorials, Practical Exercises, Project Work, and Field Experiences.
Linking Diversity to Inclusion
Information and Knowledge - Information Procession - Knowledge Transmission vs. Knowledge Construction - Inculcating Critical and Analytical Thinking Skills - Developing Creativity.
Teacher Competencies towards Diversity & Inclusion
Individual Differences; Physical, Cognitive, Social and Emotional Development - Diversified Needs of Students - Inclusive Education.
Session III Technological Tools for Supporting Teachers & Students
Technological Tools for Supporting Teachers & Students
Education 4.0 - Pedagogical Content Knowledge - Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge.
Session V: Supporting Individual Students
Supporting Individual Students
Mentor-Mentee System - Mentor-Mentee Rapport - Remedial Teaching - Positive Attitudinal Development.