300 teachers receive a2i recognition from government
The Annual Teachers’ Conference 2019 has been held at Abdul Karim Shahittya Bisharad Auditorium of Bangla Academy in Dhaka.
The program began with a panel discussion titled “My Village-My Town-My Education” at 11:30am on Thursday.
At the program, three hundred teachers received access to information (a2i) recognition from the government.
The recognition was given to heads of educational institutions, teachers, trainers and education officials for using information, communication and technology (ICT) in the education sector including schools and colleges.
Addressing the discussion, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said: “Students have to implement their knowledge in the real world. Teachers have to assess and motivate the students as their role is very important."
“The lessons we teach must cater to students’ interests and give them the pleasure of learning. It is a duty of each student to ensure knowledge, too.
“Developed countries invest more in education sector to ensure better education with highest importance. We need to allot more in our budget for the education sector, too,” she added.
Hundreds of teachers of primary, secondary and higher secondary education institutions from across the country participated in the event.
Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar was to conduct the second session.
The program was jointly arranged by Ministry of Education, Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, Department of Information and Communication Technology, and Access to Information in Bangladesh (a2i).