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ADGP Sahay speaks on ideal teaching at Sahyadri College

ADGP Sahay speaks on ideal teaching at Sahyadri College

Apr 20, 2017 07:32:12 PM (IST)

Mangaluru: A session on “How to connect Content, Teaching and Requirement” was dealt by Sanjay Sahay, ADGP, Karnataka Police at Sahyadri College.

ADGP Sahay speaks on ideal teaching at Sahyadri College-1

Sanjay Sahay, a pro-public speaker, senior police officer, reflective practitioner, technology evangelist, management guru, thought leader and a writer is a cyber security expert, who being from a history background groomed himself to be an IT expert. In his talk, he referred to role models like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates and urged the participants to inculcate their values and thought process in their daily living. He stressed on the issue of “Educated Unemployables” and the role of teachers in this challenging situation of meeting the talent requirements.

He emphasised that as teachers, one's priority should be on developing content for the curriculum rather than delivery of the content. He said curriculum and content work in synergy as the teacher’s role would be to transform the "intangibles" into "tangibles." He also encouraged the teachers to upgrade the quality of pedagogy year after year. Content comes into life through the expertise and competency of a teacher and one should use innovative pedagogy so that it reaches the student, he opined.

He also expressed his finding that “Anything done without passion is better not done” and also “Anything done that cannot be measured is again better not done.” He stressed on the importance of evaluating self on the learning life cycle as to which stage one is in– data stage, information stage, knowledge stage or wisdom stage and accordingly upgrade to the next level.

Manjunath Bhandary, Chairman, Bhandary Foundation was part of the session and appreciated Prof. Ananth Prabhu for connecting Sanjay Sahay to Sahyadri which provided opportunity for the faculty members and students to gain insight on the prevailing issue and the course of action to tackle it.