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ACER - IBT Result Analysis Orientation

ACER produces scientifically designed assessment instruments that can provide diagnostic information useful to understand students' learning progress. The session was conducted by Ms. Zulekha Lakhani, Research person on 19th Feb 2024. She briefed on the significance of IBT. It was followed by the self-introduction of the teachers. She started with Bloom’s Taxonomy and explained that IBT tests application and analysis. A brief explanation about the 9 bands which speaks about the students’ learning was shared to the teachers.

Assessment analysis for the classes 6 & 9 was shared for comparative study. The following points discussed by the resource person:


Track student progress, compare internationally and inform improvements

Reliable assessments to support schools, teachers, and parents to measure learning progress.

The resource person gave us the detailed, insightful reporting for our schools report.

Benchmark Report

Shows scores of each grade in comparison to students in schools in India and other countries

Group Report

Provides results for each student in a grade and helps observe learning outcomes trend

Interactive Report

A series of dynamic charts and graphs that can be customized by choosing subject, skill areas, grade, and section to get an understanding of the whole school’s performance

Individual Report

A report for each student providing details of their performance She gave the study of our students individually for the particular question and comparison was done. Explanation about the 9 band and solution to improvement was shared to the group.

Session ended with a thank you note for the resource people and the management to Iidentify and monitor our students' strengths and areas for improvement.

ACER_IBT Result Analysis Orientation

Teacher Empowerment Programme

The session 6 of TEP was held on 8.02.24 from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm with 17 participants along with a trained resource Mr. Parthiban (AMM school).

The session began with a warmup activity on greeting one another and recalling the members name which was conducted by Ms. Kamachi, Advisor School AMMF.

Mr. Parthiban discussed the topic Handling Emotions.

Points discussed were:

  • What is emotion?
  • It’s a range of feelings such as happiness, sadness, anger, fear, and more. He also raised questions on can we be without emotions. Emotions are an integral part of the human experience, influencing our thoughts, behaviours, and interactions with others.
  • How are emotions formed?
  • Emotions are formed through a complex interplay of biological, psychological, and environmental factors. A brief explanation on the feeling component, bodily arousal, purposive component, social expressive component was done after which role play based on situations was assigned for four groups to have a better understanding on how to handle emotions.

The resource person also discussed the categories and varieties of emotions. The ways in which a teacher could promote emotional intelligence was handled in a special way. Teachers play a critical role in supporting students' emotional development, providing guidance, encouragement, and support as they navigate the complexities of their emotions and relationships.

The art of handling emotions lies in cultivating self-awareness, empathy, and resilience. It involves recognizing and acknowledging one's own emotions without judgment, understanding the triggers and patterns behind them. Simultaneously, it entails the ability to empathize with others' emotions, validating their experiences while maintaining healthy boundaries.

Emotions is a skill that can be learned and refined over time with practice and patience. By cultivating self-awareness, practicing mindfulness, regulating emotions, expressing oneself assertively, and seeking support when needed, individuals can navigate the complexities of emotions more effectively, leading to greater resilience, well-being, and healthier relationships.

The session ended with a beautiful quote “Expressing emotions doesn’t make you weak, it makes you real”

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Teacher Empowerment Programme Teacher Empowerment Programme
Teacher Empowerment Programme Teacher Empowerment Programme