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The role of NGO in Innovative teaching-learning methods in primary education in rural areas

Author Affiliations

  • 1SSPU, Pune, MS, India
  • 2ACCER, Pune, MS, India

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 9, Issue (1), Pages 20-22, August,1 (2021)


The innovative learning and teaching planings concentrate a lot on teaching the scholars so that they will reform their talents and behaviour by victimising numerous innovative concepts instead of creating them reciting the curriculum to clear the examination. Digital learning is one of the ways to assist students to perceive the concepts visually. Digital learning makes the teaching and learning method more practical and efficient. In rural areas, Zilla Parishad faculties don't get spare funds to supply ICT facilities to the students. So, there's a requirement for the contribution of social workers, factories, eminent people, small and large-scale companies, social workers, non-governmental organisations in primary education in rural areas. The international NGO called ‘Save The Children’ is remarkable in this field. This article focuses on the role of Save the Children NGO in the project 'Creative Opportunities for Technologies Enabled Learning'. The survey research method was adopted for analysis. An interview was also conducted for the NGO members. Save the Children helps in the digitalisation of teaching, learning and assessment. It provides educational material, technical equipment, free digital content for students, smart classrooms etc. Save the Children is a role model for other NGOs to invest in technology and new teaching-learning practices which help emphasize quality education and strengthen primary education.


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