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Our Programs

Principal Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Youth Leadership and Facilitator Development

Our Programs

Principal Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Youth Leadership and Facilitator Development

Our Community
Our Community

Our Community of Facilitator

Our Community

A platform for educators

SharED -- Community Participation
SharEd

A platform for educators

SharEd

A platform for educators

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Creatnet Education (CE) is a collaborative network of leaders enabling a journey of transforming systems and institutions into learning organisations by creating spaces, frameworks and programs by facilitation learning. CE’s primary role is to support and assist educational institutions as a catalyst for change and empowering leadership within the institution.

CE provides a systems thinking approach based on a constructive learner centered pedagogy to develop a shared vision, set goals, plans and assessments that are aligned with strategy, processes and people for the organization to be effective. CE’s programs use the peer learning model based on coaching. It is a curriculum of asking questions, listening, creating a space of trust and authenticity, and synthesizing. Participants learn the art of facilitating learning from and with each other.

CE has been facilitating the personal and professional development of Heads of Schools, teachers, educators, as well as youth. As a non-profit, the work is focused on the public education system, community teachers as well as youth. Our work is a mix of structured programs in collaboration with government education systems as well as volunteer led community programs.

Since its inception in 2012, with its on-going programs across government schools in Delhi, CE has enabled Leaders (Principals and Teachers) to manifest their full potential as facilitators of education. CE started its work with an informal program with a small number of government schools in Delhi (under the dynamic leadership of an extraordinary administrator, Mr. Jung Bahadur Singh) and within a span of just two years the program was formally scaled up to 100, then 800 and now works with the entire gamut of 1000+ government schools under the Directorate of Education, Delhi, in collaboration with SCERT.

SharED

As the name suggests, SharED is all about getting various innovative ideas and practices on ‘Education’ to one platform and sharing them with the entire fraternity. What started off as a monthly physical event in Delhi, with practitioners coming and sharing their ideas and the larger audience contributing with their perspectives and contexts enabled SharEd to have a life of its own. The lockdown that followed the pandemic, saw SharEd take a new form – online, through video conferencing. SharEd is currently a pan India event and consistently attracting Principals, educators, teachers, Mentor Teachers, research scholars, NGOs, and even students. During the lockdown, it offered a platform to share ideas and practices on how the fraternity is dealing with the lockdown and how they are innovating. From a monthly event, it is now a weekly event.

Teacher Testimonials

Suganya

We had questions and everyone had their own answers. In each learning space, each teacher and each child is different. Our program created a space where each view becomes equally important. The space to express helped to provide hope and a sense of agency.

Kavita

No child fears me now. I understood and connected to the finer nuances of each of my students, their needs, backgrounds, emotions. I no longer feel irritated if a child does not understand but instead uses different teaching methods and games which are connected to a child’s nature.

Vikas

Very motivating journey. FEP helped me to increase curiosity in the minds of my students, increase possibilities of perspectives for questions and answers which exist.

Shama

My facilitator helped me to meet myself. In our daily life, we are trying to manage different spaces- work, family, different roles- we forget who we are, do not create time to meet ourselves. A very big learning for me was – how to shift my perspective of looking at problems. It was very important learning and motivating in times of covid. if I hadn’t done FEP i wouldn’t have been able to regulate myself and manage my and learning of my class better.

Mainak

We asked some very strong questions from myself and from others. From where I am, I feel if we stay with the questions and constantly engage with them, the idea of awakening as a teacher is possible.

Watch the recording of the learning for the last cohort

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