Activities

Activities

Curricular ( Best Teaching Practices)

The experiences are enthralling, especially to see uniqueness and diversity every elderly educator brought to teaching practices by discovering and evolving their own teaching strategy to get connected with students and finding easy ways to communicate academics to them, which will be revealed sequentially, one by one.

  • Basic Competencies in Reading and Learning Classroom by Ms. Mohini Kumar (Hindi- Stories), Shri. R.C.Raturi (English) , Ms. Veena Sharma ( Hindi) , Shri. Bharat Bhushan ( Maths) , Shri. Arun Kumar (Science aptitude), Shri. Dhurendra (Maths), etc
  • Mrs. Shashi Malik- Classroom of Anologies & Learning Maths- Her differenting factor out of the league of educators is her ability to develop anaolgies from living examples and blending them with the fundamentals of mathematics. The beauty with which she conduct class is attractive and appealing. Student learn the subtleness to resolve the dilemmas of certain situations of life, principles of behaviour and sharing of experiences in a wonderfully simplified and balanced way. With empasis on academics without compromising intricacies and values of life.
  • Shri. Gulshan Kumar Naveen- Classroom of Moral Ethics- While imparting academic knowledge of reading skills, correct pronunciation of words and understanding of Hindi and English subject to students, his major focus is on integrating moral ethics in their habits and daily routine. His class starts with Gaytri Mantra. He has devised a sequential series of character building key words ( Imandari, Samajhdari, Jimedari, Bahaduri,etc) whose level rises as the student’s show progress in its implementation. He assigns work to students and gives remarks on the scope of improvement. His underlying methods also touch sensibilities in students of being aware, to observe, to analyse, to judge and to self-assess.
  • Mrs. Archana Chandra- Classroom of Expression- Her speciality of teaching curriculum of Mahan Vaktitva is unique as students not only get familiar with the historical events in a story form but also learn to understands the expression of emotions hidden in words and the way they are delivered with modulation of tone, pitch, voice & tongue to convey sense of heart touching thrilling feeling of words. Major focus is on reading and understanding what they read.
  • Shri. Chander Shekhar Rai- Classroom of Curiosity- His science class is generally dynamic, energetic and participatory. His teaching method is activity and practical mode, where every child is allowed to raise their curiosity and let their mind reason, guess and estimate without hindrance, fear and hesitations. It is USP of his aura that every student speaks his/her mind and has a say in classroom, promoting free floating of imagination, expression and cheers.
  • Shri. Ashok Ahuja- Classroom of Narration- His approach is to build skill of narration in students. Students are encouraged to narrate given chapter of Environment science in his own words and after understanding write in his/her own words without diluting the conceptual clarity and terms in his class. They are also motivated to put forward their queries and clear their doubt in question and answers mode and relate the textbook quotes with the surrounding they live in by one to one interaction.
  • Shri. Din Dayal Sharma- Classroom of mathematics- His strategy to entangle mathematical problems is smooth and relaxing way without creating pressure and fear of maths in the minds of students. He gives ample breathing time to students to increase their attention span on board which increase the probability of percolation of basic fundamentals and retention time of memory, i.e short term and delayed recall.
  • Shri. Akhil Chandra- Experimentative classroom- His approach of teaching is driven by self evaluation and self motivation. To maximise the involvement of students and their learning abilities, he evolve his own methods and every class contain a different design. From one to one interaction to team building to competition by Quiz to computers to textbook exercises to diagrams to Maps, etc.
  • Mrs. Anita Gupta- Classroom of Civics – Her ways include giving holistic view with which the governance work at a rural and urban set up and making students aware not just exercising their rights but also becoming a responsible citizen who perform his/her duties well.
  • Mr. Chander Kant Malik- Classroom of Sanskrit- Beginning Sanskrit learning with Prayers and getting familiarising with the word power of Sanskrit to know Sanskriti is the initial approach before taking up the textbook syllabus through charts and video learning programmes.
  • Mrs. Kiran Verma- Classroom of Sportmanship- Games are not just for fun but they are the initial point of building strong team bonding and values of leadership.
  • Mrs. Geeta Pannikar - She tries to broaden the horizon of students and makes a conscious effort to teach them topics that are beyond their textbooks. She assigns worksheet activities to students which helps them to apply their knowledge.
  • Mrs. kamlesh - she has a treasure of knowledge on Hindi literature. She always includes examples of historical events to aware the children about Indian past.
  • Mr. A. K. Payal - He focus on importance of Revision and Retention. Once an exercise is completed, he makes sure that the exercise is revised in the class again to clear the concept.
  • Shri. Manvir – His orientation in classroom is to accustom children in finetuning their skill in Mathematics, even be vigilant about deliberation of small corrections.
  • Regular Music classes are held to develop soft skills and essence of rhythm in chilldren facilated by Mr. Himanshu.
  • Encouragement, Fun and learning with children Magazine- Students who do well in classroom and observe good conduct are appreciated by giving them story cards and children magazine to take away home, read and practise exercises in them.
  • Hands on Art and Craft class to furnish creativity in students- Art is a wonderful way of improving skill, concentration and attention in students.
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