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      Learning at Katha is filled with fun. With reading at its core, the Katha's Story Pedagogy makes learning fun and exciting.  The Tadaa Learning Portal complements our Library of books and activities.  Read on to learn more about the Katha Pedagogy.

    • Katha LMS Portal - Introducing Katha Learning Portal.
      The TADAA! [Think-Ask-Discuss-Act-Achieve] is a child-centric, facilitator-led portal from 300M/ Katha and is powered by the tech giants - Amazon Web Services, Moodle, and Google., the world-class Learning Management System (LMS) platform hosts storybooks, well-researched teaching-learning resources, activity sheets and fun activities for children. It has instructions for facilitators -teachers, parents or volunteers, and mentors - who can use the portal to have better learning outcomes with children.
      In this course you will see how to use the portal.  This portal will also be referred to as the Learning Portal or interchangeably. This portal can be accessed primarily via your login credentials only.  A few courses and some material will be made available publicly from time to time.


    • Katha LMS Portal - Logging In - Change Password This video explains to users of the portal how to log in and change password. As soon as you are registered, you will get an email to your ID with login instructions. Please refer to this video on how to change password.

    • Katha LMS Portal - Navigating the Portal This video explains to users of the portal how to navigate through the rich and engaging Katha Learning Management Portal. Once you log in, the navigation is easy and simple. Please refer to this video on how to change password.

    • The activity completion tracker is an effective and efficient tool for facilitators and teachers to assess their impact on children and share it with Katha. We encourage the teachers and facilitators to actively use this as a progress sheet on the sessions discussed in the sessions. This may even form to be of the regular engagement mechanisms for the 300M team.

    • Why Every Teacher should be a Storyteller First/ हर शिक्षक को पहले कहानीकार क्यों होना चाहिए! 


      As a teacher, you know that storytelling is a powerful tool for children. It helps them develop imagination and empathy and builds language and critical thinking skills. Let's see the 10 ways how storytelling helps in the development of a child.

      Click here to download the Story Telling Playbook in English


      एक शिक्षक के रूप मेंआप जानते हैं कि कहानी सुनाना बच्चों के लिए एक शक्तिशाली उपकरण है। यह उन्हें कल्पना और सहानुभूति विकसित करने में मदद करता है और भाषा और महत्वपूर्ण सोच कौशल का निर्माण करता है। आइए देखें कि किस तरह कहानी सुनाने से बच्चे के विकास में मदद मिलती है।

       कहानी सुनाने वाली प्लेबुक को हिंदी में डाउनलोड करने के लिए यहां क्लिक करें

    • An Amazon Echo Dot can transform your classroom/learning environment into an interactive learning space where students can use voice-controlled searches. 

      This will enhance the child's interest, and you will be able to monitor your children's activities and progress. 

      Do you have an Echo Dot? 

      Do you want to know how to use it?

      Please refer to this document to know how to use Echo Dot effectively in your learning environment.

    • As part of the 300M partnership campaign, capacity building workshop was held for the Government Teachers (Master Trainers) in coordination with Save the Children (300M Alliance Partner). 

      In this folder, you can find lesson plans with useful ideas, and examples integrating TADAA stories that teachers/facilitators can use to plan their lessons in a new way. The lesson plans were prepared by participant teachers as a part of the Masterclass Workshop.

    • In this document, you can find some guidelines that you can implement to ensure children’s safety online on distributed tablets, smartphones, laptops, etc.

      These guidelines cover software solutions and awareness guidelines for parents and students.

    • This video is an example of how to tell a story using facial expressions, voice modulation and props.