Submit :
News                      Photos                     Just In                     Debate Topic                     Latest News                    Articles                    Local News                    Blog Posts                     Pictures                    Reviews                    Recipes                    
  
Commonwealth CASTME Award Scheme and winners get wider visibility through social media
Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME) has put the news release regarding the award winners of Findel-CASTME Award scheme on their Facebook for wider visibility of the winners and the for larger participation in the award scheme.

The top award winner for 2018 is an Indian entrant Dr Lalit Kishore, Senior Research Fellow at Disha in Jaipur, whose work on language of mathematics has been honoured.

Under CASTME Award Scheme, 'awards are offered for educational projects, which address the social or human context of science, technology and mathematics. Anyone involved in any form of education in the widest senses, formal or informal or societies and communities, can enter, Primary, preschool, secondary or tertiary education project a year as an individual or as a group, school or out of school.'

"To promote innovations, CASTME runs an annual award scheme in which teachers and teacher educators are invited to submit completed innovative projects. Professionals from some 35 Commonwealth countries have received such awards. At the present time CASTME has branches in Europe, Mauritius, Asia and Africa," informs CASTME website.

It may be added that the Indian teachers, educators and researchers in STEM fields have been active participants in the CASTME award scheme and have been honoured with this award.

CASTME, founded in 1974, links science, technology, engineering and mathematics educators across the Commonwealth. CASTME works in partnership to do research, support awards and scholarships, and run projects in Commonwealth countries.

The organization also works to advance the social relevance of the teaching of science, technology and mathematics through networking of educators in these subjects in the Commonwealth and promote this through delivering the relevant Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

COMMENTS (0)
Guest
Name
Email Id
Verification Code
Email me on reply to my comment
Email me when other CJs comment on this article
}
Sign in to set your preference
Advertisement
merinews for RTI activists


Advertisement
Not finding what you are looking for? Search here.