Role of a Teacher in Co-Curricular Activities
v The teacher should have to perform multi-dimensional functions in organizing and executing Co-curricular activities. It is also the school, which play pivotal role in conducting co-curricular activities.
Definition of Co-curricular Activities:
v Co-curricular Activities are defined as the activities that enable to supplement and complement the curricular or main syllabi activities. These are a very important part and parcel of educational institutions to develop the students' personality as well as to strengthen classroom learning.
Meaning of Co-curricular Activities:
v Co-curricular activities (CCAS) earlier known as Extracurricular Activities (ECA) are the components of the non-academic curriculum that helps to develop various facets of the personality development of the child and students. For the all-round development of the child, there is a need for emotional, physical, spiritual, and moral development that is complemented and supplemented by Co- curricular Activities.
Examples and Types of Co- curricular Activities
2. Musical activities
8. Debate and discussion
9. Declamation contest Story writing competition, Essay writing competition
10. Art craft
11. Recitation competition
12. Wall magazine decoration
13. Writes ups for school magazine
14. Folk songs
15. Folk dance
16. Flower show
17. School decoration
18. Sculpture making Fancy dress competition
19. Preparation of chart & models.
What are your roles as a teacher?
v Carrying out initial or diagnostic assessments.
v Clear communication with your learners, other professionals and stakeholders.
v Promoting appropriate behavior and respect for others.
v Identifying and meeting individual learners' needs being aware of the support mechanisms available.