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The EDUREFORM Handbook for Innovative Pedagogy

What a beautiful journey EDUREFORM is, from researching, curating and gathering the best pedagogical tools to prepare students to thrive in times of the 4th Industrial Revolution to finally publishing our Handbook containing all the 22 pedagogies. 
We could not feel prouder of the hard work and determination of our Consortium that has made this wonderful book a reality. It has been a long process of authoring, editing and reviewing to collate in the best  manner the knowledge and expertise of the project to improve the quality of education in India and beyond. 
Our EDUREFORM Handbook for Innovative Pedagogy is the perfect manual for teachers to become facilitators in the 21st century. The Handbook equips teachers and educators with the right information and guidelines to use our innovative pedagogies and to feel ready to nurture creativity, critical and analytical thinking skills in their classrooms. 
A special thank you to our first-class Board of Editors composed of: Ashutosh Biswal, Sanjeev Sonawane, Indra Odina, Letizia Cinganotto, Pratibha Patankar and Vidyanand Khandagale. Your guidance, support and knowledge has borne fruit into a wonderful book. More importantly, EDUREFORM continues day by day disseminating its expertise and achievements so that they can reach out to a maximum number of educators around the world. 

Foreword | Page 3

Index | Page 4-5

Introduction | Page 6-16

Acknowledgment | Page 17

Chapter 1 | 18-29 pages


ByDr Niyati Chitkara, Dr Honey Chitkara, Ms Dolma Pathela and Ms Piyusha Sharma

Chapter 2 | 30-40 pages

Pedagogy of Case Study

ByPratibha Patankar

Chapter 5 | 69-82  pages

Debate for Critical Thinking and Communication

ByLetizia Cinganotto

Chapter 6 | 83-92  pages

EduScrum in Teaching Lessons

ByWilko Reichwein

Chapter 7 | 93-100 pages

Elisir and Poison

ByPatrizia Fazzini, Marco Ghelardi & Francesco Maria Marelli

Chapter 8 | 101-111 pages

FIESI Model for Productive Thinking

ByAshutosh Biswal & Kamakshi Raipure

Chapter 9 | 112- 120 pages

Innovation pedagogy as a tool to solve challenges with teamwork

ByEssi Silvennoinen & Graham Burns

Chapter 11 | 128-144 pages

Integrated and Interactive Lesson Plan

ByDr Niyati, Chitkara, Dr Parul Sood, Dr Sangeeta Pant, Ms Dolma Pathela and Ms Piyusha Sharma

Chapter 12 | 145-159  pages

MAX for Enhancing Student’s Analytical Skills

ByIndra Odina

Chapter 13 | 160-176 pages

Micro-Learning Planer (MLP)

BySanjeev Sonawane & Vaibhav Jadhav

Chapter 14 | 177-190 pages

Multi-Perspective Teaching: Nurturing Analytical, Critical & Creative Thinkers

ByNiyati Chitkara, Dr Honey Chitkara, Ms Dolma Pathela and Ms Piyusha Sharma

Chapter 15 | 191-205 pages

OPEN BOOK ENVIRONMENT (OBEnv): A Tool for Developing Critical and Creative Thinking

ByAshutosh Biswal & Jaishree Das

Chapter 16 | 206-224 pages

Peer facilitated learning

BySanjeev Sonawane & Nidhi Waldia

Chapter 18 | 238- 252  pages

Reflective Cheat Sheet

BySanjeev Sonawane & Nisha Valvi

Chapter 20 | 264-274  pages

Becoming an Innovation Coach

ByEssi Silvennoinen & Graham Burns

Chapter 21 | 275-288 pages

The Teaching Interplay for honing analytical, critical, and creative thinking skills – Instructing to Learn with In-service Pre-service Teachers

ByDr Niyati Chitkara, Dr Parul Sood, Dr Honey Chitkara, Ms Dolma Pathela and Ms Piyusha Sharma

Chapter 22 | 289-294 pages

1+1=1 The path to the invisible

ByPatrizia Fazzini, Marco Ghelardi & Francesco Maria Marelli

Glossary of Terms | Page 307-313

Biography of our Authors | Page 314-324