With an enrolment of over 4000 students, the DPS Secunderabad management is regularly seeking ways to innovate and provide enhanced learning outcomes for their children.
With the DPS Society’s vision of ‘fostering character building & nurturing the inquisitive spirit of children’, 3Di School provides an excellent fit with its innovative teaching practices, development of creativity and use of new technologies.
“3Di School has a focus on providing professional development to motivated teachers, encouraging the use of creative practices in classrooms and releasing inquiring minds. It is an honour to sit with Dr. Mrs. T. Sudha and discuss in person her views of schooling, innovation and professional development. She is a recognised leader in Indian education and we found much in common to discuss,” says Craig Hansen.
In India for a jam-packed three weeks, Mr Hansen toured many states, numerous schools and spoke at length with educational leaders about professional development, the 3Di School Programme and the most effective ways to prepare graduates for work in the creative industries.
From establishing schools and professional development programmes for the New Zealand ministry of Education to the vast educational landscape of India has been an exciting move for Mr Hansen as he leads the 3Di School Programme to burgeoning success, “It certainly felt like I was on a plane every day and in a different city each night. It was wonderful to see the 3Di School Programme having so much success in highly-regarded schools and the demand from teachers and school management for professional development. I look forward to coming back and establishing the training programme we have developed to meet the needs of teaching professionals.”
For more information on the 3Di School Programme, visit http://www.3dischool.com
and to explore the DPS Secunderabad success story visit http://www.dpssecunderabad.in/
Craig Hansen is Secretary of the Creative Digital Content Association in New Zealand and can be found on http://www.Linkedin.com where he contributes to a number of education, leadership and creative-industries groups.