Creatnet for

Education

Young Leaders Program

Young Leaders’ Program is the stepping-stone for self-driven teenagers to actualise their innate leadership potential.

THE CREATNET WAY

The Creatnet way has emerged through a continuous, conscious practice of enabling learning for leaders in business and education. It integrates leadership and learning – inside and outside. It is a journey experienced as a progressive growth in creation, connection, and self-awareness. It operates at the level of individual, collective, and systems. There are three interrelated elements in the Creatnet way:

Meta - Framework

The Meta Frameworks enable thinking about thinking. Through a portal of questions that offers an inquiry, one creates knowledge by inquiring in context and making connections.

Facilitators

Our facilitators are practitioners who practice what they enable. They hold the space for inquiry and enable practice for others using the frameworks. The facilitators provide the listening, manage the learning process, and enable synthesis.

Group Learning

All programs and sessions are designed to be facilitated in small groups. Participants can listen to each other, experience different perspectives, and learn from context that is not their own.

Creatnet Programs

Students

Teachers

Principals

Entrepreneurs

What do we serve?

A teenager’s life is designed to feel like a maze.

But with the right frameworks in hand, a leader knows how to draw their map through it!

Our Young Leaders Program
Adopts a unique approach of “asking the right questions” and provides meta frameworks for learning to emerge.
This enables adolescents to gain deeper self-awareness, adapt to the challenges, and become leaders of tomorrow!

Program Benefits

By Attending this Program you will

Our YLP helps students to:

  • Develop focus that helps them excel in academics and co-curricular activities
  • Discover their strengths so that they can make better decisions in life eg. choosing a subject or a college
  • Be emotionally intelligent and mentally agile to deal with challenging situations
  • Provide them with a community of lifelong self-driven learners which can sustain them on the path of learning
  • Develop entrepreneurial skills which make them ready to lead and manage future organizations
  • Manage their relationships and resolve conflicts with people of varied personalities
  • Convert their challenges into active self-driven projects of learning and growth

Program Structure/Frame

YLP follows the four guiding pillars stated by UNESCO and is aligned with the NEP(New Education Policy). The program also empowers the learners to enrich specific competencies needed as students.

    Learning to BE– {hover to read} Connecting to oneself and discovering one’s strengths, values and aspirations.

    Learning to LEARN– {hover to read}Discovering one’s Learning style

    Learning to DO– {hover to read}Discovering the right work for oneself aligned with one’s nature various models

    Learning to LIVE and WORK TOGETHER-{hover to read}Understanding others and being understood, learning the art of communication/listening, and resolving conflicts.

      Principal Leadership Program

      Your School Leadership play a pivotal role in creating the right experiences and guiding all connected with the school eco system on the path of learning. Recent research clearly indicates that after classroom instruction, school leadership is the second most important factor which impacts student achievement (Louis, Leithwood, Wahlstrom & Anderson, 2010). School leadership impacts the entire culture of the school, the explicit and the hidden.

      PAAThey lead and manage multiple and complex responsibilities. They are expected to improve the quality of teaching and learning in their schools in an environment in which change is constant.

      Today school leaders must confront the worldwide context as well as face up to their own professional situation — becoming more and more reflective about their own strengths and weaknesses as leaders.

      The leadership program for principals has been focused on developing leadership from within to transform schools into learning organizations with the capabilities of leading institutions towards quality education.

      The Focus Areas of the Program are

       

      Principal Leadership Program

      Your School Leadership play a pivotal role in creating the right experiences and guiding all connected with the school eco system on the path of learning. Recent research clearly indicates that after classroom instruction, school leadership is the second most important factor which impacts student achievement (Louis, Leithwood, Wahlstrom & Anderson, 2010). School leadership impacts the entire culture of the school, the explicit and the hidden.

      PAAThey lead and manage multiple and complex responsibilities. They are expected to improve the quality of teaching and learning in their schools in an environment in which change is constant.

      Today school leaders must confront the worldwide context as well as face up to their own professional situation — becoming more and more reflective about their own strengths and weaknesses as leaders.

      The leadership program for principals has been focused on developing leadership from within to transform schools into learning organizations with the capabilities of leading institutions towards quality education.

      The Focus Areas of the Program are

       

      Development of leadership (Competencies of a Principal)

      Creation of shared vision in the school

      Teacher Development in school

      Management

      Core Competencies (Leadership)

      Self-awareness – Responsibility, trust, influence

      Group– awareness – connect with all the stake holders

      Facilitation skills- listening, asking probing questions, synthesis, giving and taking feedback, communication

      Development Groups for Peer (self-sustained learning)

      Sharing good practices & finding multiple solutions

      Learning and supporting each other in the peer group through problem solving strategies

      School & Class Observation

      Teacher Leader Program

      The Teacher Leader Program initiated with a vision to build a community of awakened educators and learners. 

      The program focuses on the development of teachers as self aware individuals who are learning, practice the principles of action, reflection and silence, and can enable the practice of learning for students. The work with the facilitators focuses on developing communities of educators who shape the future of teaching and the experience of the learning. 

      • The first purpose of the program for all its participants (facilitators and teachers) is an inner awakening of the educator as the primary call of service as well as society and nation-building. 
      • Secondly, it’s for the participants to be open to learning and hence take responsibility for their own learning. 
      • The third purpose of the program is to be observant of the self & the learners and intentionally create the space to enable learning
      • Lastly, the program aims to enable all participants to have a sense of agency (narrative of hope, ability, and confidence), replacing a narrative of not being good enough. 

      The framework used to enable this journey of learning is the Teacher Competency Framework as well as the Leadership of Self.

      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.

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      FAQs

      1. Who is this program for?

      Any adolescent in the age group of 13-18, which primarily means students of grades 8th-12th. If a student has just passed 12th or has taken a gap year, he/she can also apply.

      2. Who is a facilitator?

      A facilitator is a ‘guide by the side’ who enables the learning of students by asking them the‘ right questions’

      3. Will the sessions be conducted online/offline?

      Presently online, given the circumstances

      4. What is the mode of payment? Can the fee be paid in installments

      5. Is there any scholarship available?

      6. How do I continue my learning after 15 sessions?

      7. Will I get a certificate of participation?

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