About

OUR MOTO: TRANSFORMING A CULTURE RESISTANT TO CHANGE

DIET Jorhat visions to be a place where knowledge converse and get interacted in an
atmosphere of mutual respect and acceptance.

VISION

  • Visualising and shaping a Learning Classroom.
  • Visualising and grooming Learning teachers which is the role of a teacher training institute.
  • Materialising a learning school which is the task for a teacher training institute.
  • Partnering with a learning community and creating space for a pro learning system.
  • Partnering with NGOs, Institutions, etc., for additional resource support.

MISSION:

Change Goals for DIET Jorhat –
Implement Teacher Education Reforms in DIET
Training to Teach for Equity and Excellence.
Teach for equity and Excellence in schools

DIET JORHAT: KEY PRINCIPLES
A. TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM:
Teachers have a responsibility to achieve the best possible outcomes for their students by continuously learning
and updating their practice by being an everyday, reliable, well-prepared presence in classrooms and by
demonstrating humane commitment to the welfare of the whole child.
B. INCLUSION:
Teachers must have a rich toolbox of pedagogical strategies. They must understand child development theories of
learning and be sensitively attuned to the cultural profiles and social conditions of the children they teach. They
must be so well practiced in their craft that they can quickly pick just the right strategy for the right child in a
particular moment of struggle or comprehension. They feel an ethical duty to help all their students succeed,
without respect to gender, class, religion or ethnicity.

C. WORLD IN MY ROOM:
School is the nursery of democracy, the first place where society actively models for children to show how diverse
people outside of one’ family live together in justice and harmony. In every classroom, teacher creates a miniature
society that models the highest ideals of their cultures. In our country or any other country, teachers are
responsible to help children internalize the values of civil rights, mutual respect, equality and responsibility for the
common good celebrated in the national constitution.
To be successful in a 21st century classroom, our students are expected to
 Contribute to the existing body of knowledge by challenging and exploring it.
 Choose their own topic for papers and projects.
 Decide what courses to take and how to relate them to their professional goal.
 Be critical thinkers.
 Offer personal response, criticism and analysis of expert texts.
 Dream big, and control your own destiny.