FARAN EDUCATIONAL &WELFARE FOUNDATION (FEWF)was initiated with the following objectives

To promote the welfare and a better future for orphans, widows, vulnerable children. To promote economic self-reliance and progress of orphaned families, widows and the elderly. To identify, receive, and provide emotional, physical, educational, and medical support to orphans, widows and vulnerable children. To lobby for bursaries and scholarships from government and non-governmental institutions for the education of orphans and needy children. To support the establishment of decent housing and sanitation facilities for orphaned families, widows and the elderly

FEWF aims to unlock the potential of our children by promoting quality education in primary schools through teacher mentorship and support. We know that Education in North India is currently in crisis; we have a very committed and experienced team working towards changing this so that each of our teachers, and in turn, the children they teach, can indeed achieve their full potential. Helping Orphans and Widows’ mission is to help and assist orphans and widows in India by strengthening and encouraging them through economic, physical, medical, spiritual, and/or material means.

                                                                                                         CORE VALUES
Our core values are honesty, gender sensitivity, unity in diversity, transparency, and mutual respect.

Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences
Teachers will look at what learning styles and multiple intelligences (Gardner) are, as well as the difference between the two. Participants will first look at learning styles and how we receive information including two practical examples (running dictation/TPR picnic). They will then look at multiple intelligences and the different ways that we can process the information.

FREE Teacher Training Workshops
This workshop aims to give the participants a solid understanding of both learning styles and multiple intelligences and provide practice in considering it when planning lessons. By the end of the workshop, teachers should be able to recognize preferred learning styles that their students have.

Classroom Management
Classroom management with younger learners is a very wide subject, and its issues and problems differ with different age groups. It is the use of classroom instructions, therefore, There is also a lot of natural, genuine communication that takes place during classroom instructions as well as providing learners with comprehensible input.