PR Islamabad - Upholding the legacy of Roots Millennium Schools, this year too Roots National Institute of Teacher Training and Education (RNITTE) under the guidance of Shazia Abbasi, GM Trainings and HR at Roots Millennium Schools, Ambreen Kashif, Assistant Manager Training, and Faiza Nadeem, Lead Montessori Department of Qualification Curriculum & Assessment (DQCA), has organised two weeks workshop at The Millennium University College Campus H-11/4, Islamabad for young and aspiring Montessori teachers and all keen mothers who wanted to improve their understanding and knowledge related to intricacies involved in early year’s development, pedagogy and content.

RNITTE training programmes are developed and taught by a core faculty of national and international master trainers, training partners and educational specialists who are acclaimed educators, groundbreaking researcher, and award-winning academia, says a press release issued here yesterday.

More than 150 participants registered nationwide for the workshop which was organized in four different cities i.e. The Millennium University College H-11/4, Islamabad, Roots Millennium Schools Khyber Campus Peshawar, Queensbury Campus Gujranwala and Hill View Campus Mirpur, AJK.

From the beginning, the vision of RNITTE is to bring teachers into direct contact with the opportunities which will have a great impact on their professional development. RNITTE provide to teachers great learning opportunities to learn from leading scholars, academia and educational thinkers in a stimulating environment, surrounded by learning and academic resources. RNITTE Teacher Development Conferences and workshops have offered a mixture of intellectual replenishment, ultimately the aim is to support and invigorate classroom teaching with the new ideas and energy, new texts and techniques, new content and connections.