CIDTL or ‘Cambridge International Diploma in Teaching and Learning’ is designed, assessed & certified by Cambridge Assessment International Examination.
A typical Certificate or Diploma programme run by a Cambridge Professional Development Centre consists of a broad balance of activities, appropriate to the needs and circumstances of teachers and their schools. The programme is planned by the centre’s programme leader as a coherent sequence of learning over time, with a variety of elements.
|Recommended programme duration||4 months (2 hours/session)|
|Assessment||Portfolio of evidence of practice, learning, and reflection|
|Evidence length||3600 words with work-based records|
Candidates are assessed through a portfolio of evidence, submitted to a team of Cambridge Assessment International Examiners using the Cambridge PD Portfolio, an online platform. In their portfolio, candidates demonstrate their knowledge, skills and understanding in the context of their own work. Portfolio evidence includes:
Rs. 45,000 (Including applicable GST). It also includes teaching and examination fees. Fees is payable by A/c Payee Demand Draft drawn in favour of ‘Mumbai Educational Trust’ payable at Mumbai.
Dr. Ritu Uppal
Head – MET Centre of Educational Technology
Mumbai Educational Trust (MET)
Program Leader – CIDTL
Ph.D (Educational Technology)
B.Ed, and Masters in Educational Technology - Computer Application
With 3 decades of rich experience in Academics at school and university levels, Ms. Ritu Uppal is a result-oriented professional. She is a trainer in Innovative & Interactive Teaching Learning Strategies, an academic advisor for Curriculum Development and an educational researcher. She conducted the first ever Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for SNDT University on, ‘ICT tools for higher education teachers’ which was completed by more than 300 university level deans, HODs, professors and lecturers from across India. She conducts workshops for teachers in ICT tools, learning objectives led assessments, Instructional strategies, Flipped Classroom, Blended Learning and designing and development of MOOCs. Currently as Head – MET Centre of Educational Technology, Advisor, Teacher Trainer & Evaluator, she herself has completed the CIDTL course with distinction before taking on the mantle of Programme Leader of Cambridge PDQ course at MET Rishikul Vidyalaya.
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