Title : Workshop on Teachers Environmental Leadership
A workshop on the theme Teachers Environmental Leadership was organised by Kids for Tigers on July 19, 2017. Ms. Tanvi Mistry and Ms. Harpreet Kaur got the privilege to hear the spokesperson Mr Bittoo Sehgal, the honourable founder of Kids for Tigers. The speaker apprised the spectators on the ways to conserve natural and wildlife resources. Myriad of innovative ideas was kept forward among all. The session was a huge success as it created deep impact on the minds of listeners.
Ms.Neetu Luthra got an opportunity to attend a workshop on Enhancing Language Skills at Brain International School Vikas Puri on July 12,2017.During the five hour long session the master trainer Ms.Pratiksha Chopra from Quality Education Asia acclimatised the teachers on an interactive approach towards teaching of Prose and Poetry.A few versatile strategies and teaching approach were shared by the facilitator like jigsaw connection,think pair share and scaffolding involving collaborative efforts from all the teachers. She aimed to enable the listeners to explore reading and engage in active speaking activities which made the session productive and enriching.Everyone left the premises with pumped up energy and a promise to utilise these techniques in their classrooms.
Title : Workshop on Inclusion and Inclusive Strategies
Ms. Rupi Babbar and Ms. Alka Kapoor attended the two day Capacity Building programme on Inclusion and Inclusive strategies dated 7 July 17 and 8 July 17 at A.S.N Sr. Sec. School conducted by CBSE. It was an interactive session supplemented by hands on activities. The training aimed at preparing teachers to deal with various disabilities and also to implement inclusion strategies in teaching learning process.
The objective of the workshop was also to create awareness among teachers about the RPWD Act 2016. The attendees were captivated by the eloquence and oratory with which the resource persons persuaded them to include the strategies in their regular classroom teachings. It was indeed an enlightening session and will be a great help to enhance the capabilities of the students with special needs.
A workshop on the theme NLP- Towards Excellence in Academics was organised for the teachers on June 30, 2017. The spokesperson Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra apprised the spectators with Neural Linguistic Programming and its impact on teaching-learning process. The teachers were acquainted with innovative methods to reach the psychology of the students. It was indeed an enlightening and transforming session as the teachers were transformed into NLP practitioners by the culmination of the session.
As a follow up of the session on
Thalassemia conducted by Dr. Tejinder Singh (Chairperson Thalassemia Awareness
Rotary Blood Bank Committee), Thalassemia testing camp was organized in school
in collaboration with Rotary Club of Delhi Akash on 24-05-17. Students of class
XII got their blood test done to find out whether or not they are the carriers
of the disease as it is an inherited disorder, so if both the parents are the
carriers of Thalassemia there are greater chances of progeny to inherit the
disease. This was a stupendous effort by the school to have initiated this
programme in order to achieve the vision of Thalassemia free India.
is an inherited blood disorder, a disorder which people are least aware of. As
a part of awareness programme a session on Thalassemia was conducted by Dr.
Tejinder Singh (Chairperson, Thalassemia awareness programme, Rotary Blood Bank
Committee) on 23-5-17 for the students of class XII . Dr. Tejinder singh was
accompanied by Rtn. Bhawna Sharma and two Rotractors. It was an
informative session for the students in which Dr. Tajinder Singh made the
students aware about the disease and also solved the queries of students
related to the disease.
Ms. Geeta Sehgal, Director Academics visited schools
in Finland in the month of May. She was acquainted with the Finland education
system and curriculum. She visited four schools and a Teacher Training College.
A workshop was conducted for the staff members in
order to apprise them of the teaching learning process in Finland. The
PowerPoint presentation provided an insight on diversity in science, art,
climatic change, ICT in education to Internationalism and way. And means by
which these integral components are integrated in curriculum across the globe.
The session ended on a positive note for the forthcoming exchange between the
schools in Finland and Modern Public School.
Ms Ritu Sharma and Ms Harshika Aghi attended the capacity
building programme on Enquiry Based Learning
held on 11thMay17 at Remal Public School conducted by Quality Education
Asia (Team) empanelled with CBSE. It was an interactive session supplemented by
hands on activities. The objective of the workshop was to emphasize on the use
of enquiry based learning .EBL encourages the students through participation,
reiteration, peer review, reflection and implies involvement that leads to
understanding. It was an informative workshop and will be a great help to
nurture students passion and talents.
Science is the continuous Endeavour to learn and acquire knowledge.
With the motto to instill the scientific acumen amongst
students, ATL team of our school under the able guidance of Prof. D.V. Gadre
conducted an innovative workshop on Faradays law. This spark was further
ignited by the student Mentors who performed the same activity in front of
their peer group in classes VI to X. This Endeavour of ATL team will surely enhance the scientific
temperament and will help to promote the message of Atal tinkering mission
amongst one and all.
Title : The annual conference of forum of public schools
Forum of Public Schools organized
its annual conference on May 5, 2017 at India International Centre, New Delhi.
The conference was attended by Madam Principal and two teachers namely Ms.
Sindhu Vikram PGT Biology and Ms. Divya Gupta AT Mathematics. The chief guest
for the events was Sh. Ravi Shankar Prasad Honourable Minister for Law and Justice and Information technology, Govt. of India. The main theme of the event was Sustainability: Green
to Grey Matter. The panelist included many eminent personalities such as Mr.
Shyam B. Menon, Vice Chancellor Ambedkar University, Mr. Kamlesh Sharma Former
High Commissioner of India to UK, Prof. Rajaram S. Sharma Jt. Director NCERT. The
need to set high professional standards in school and also to integrate our
cultural heritage with modernism was the major focus of the conference. They
also highlighted the power of Sanskrit as a communication media and the need to
emphasize this fact to students and parents equally.