Title : Reshaping the Landscape of Education:Be the Change Makers
Ms.Rupi Babbar and Ms.Neetu Luthra attended the 47th Annual National Progessive Schools Conference from February 11 to 12 , 2020 at the India International Centre.The theme of the plenary sessions was Winds of Change: Reshaping the Landscape of Education. The assemblage saw some renowned personalities ,expert in their own field from across the nation. The two day long deliberations focused on coping stress with resilience, becoming crusaders against climate change,story narration through enactment,heralding social change with wise entrepreneurship. Furthermore, the discussions highlighted on strengthening education by linking it with skill based learning ,nurturing artistry through puppetry, trajectories of inclusion and glaring issues raised on Equity and Partnership. The forum delved into insightful strategies to demystify the illusions hovering over education system. The audience left more learnt, pondering upon the 21st pedagogical policies.
A workshop conducted by CBSE on ?Wellness? on 28 January, 2020 at
Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Estate was attended by Ms. Jasroop Kaur, School Counsellor.
The faculty for the day included a panel of doctors from All India Institute of
Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and the Ministry of Health, New Delhi. The workshop comprised
of interactive lectures on providing First-Aid and dealing with emergencies (Eye
Injury, Dog/Snake bite, Bleeding from nose, Fits, Suicidal Ideations etc.).
Demonstration of CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) was also done. Mental
Health disorders/problems were also addressed in the workshop. The prime focus
was on the identification followed by intervention.
Ms. Anuradha Sota and Ms. Aditi Gambhir attended a programme on January 15,2020 at FICCI, New Delhi on the occasion of 31st Road Safety Week; Ficci in collaboration with International Road Federation (IRF) Ministry of Road Transport and Highway and World Health Organisation(WHO) organized the programme. The theme of the programme was ?Trauma Care- A National Mission?.
The main focus of the programme was on emphasising Trauma Care Initiatives in India to save lives of Road Accident Victims. The Panellists also discussed the Role of Corporates and NGO?s and firming up National Emergency Care Action Plan for 2020
Nandal attended a training program on Innovative Pathshala conducted by CBSE
COE-Delhi in collaboration with Aurobindo Society at Mount Abu Public School
The resource person Mr. Dhirendra, Master Trainer with Sri Aurobindo Society
enriched the educators with innovative ideas to empower their classrooms. Various
techniques to keep the students engaged in the classrooms were brought forward.
Title : CAPACITY BUIDING PROGRAMME ON HAPPY CLASSROOM
Happy Teachers create Happy classroom Modern Public School hosted a workshop on Happiness in classrooms on 28 December, 2019 in the school premises. This capacity building program was organized by CBSE with a aim to bring life to the Indian system of Pedagogy. Ms. Neeru Chopra, the resource person shared varied techniques of classroom management so as to develop an optimistic and disciplined perspective on life with confident and vibrant smiles on the faces. The happiness session fo teachers included practice of mindfulness, gratitude and value based stories. The fruitful session honed socio emotional competence of the education so that they become role model for their students
Two - day Capacity Building Programme on Psychology was organised by CBSE at MPS in which 12 schools of Delhi/NCR participated. During the workshop, Ms. Suneeta Panchnatham-the resource person apprised the participants with the latest changes in CBSE curriculum, designing of question papers, general classroom problems in teaching Psychology, selection of Projects, case studies and its completion. Chapter wise discussion on framing the question paper according to new format was explained along the lines of Bloom's taxonomy. It was a brainstorming informative session.
teachers, Ms.Anita Chawla and Ms. Harpreet Kaur attended a seminar on Japan
Education on 3rd December 2019 organised by the Japan Airlines at the Embassy
of Japan. The chief guest was the Ambassador of Japan ,Mr. Satoshi Suzuki.
resource persons from different universities of Japan apprised the attendees
with an ocean of opportunities that the country has for the students. The
session culminated with the details of the hospitality and services given by
the Japan Airlines.
the Clamour of the Routine, fitness India school week took a leap into nuances
of fitness assessment of the students of classes I to III on the third day. The
HOD physical education, Ms. Daisy Aggarwal took the flamingo balance and plate
tapping tests through the Khelo India App. Thereafter, a poster making
competition was organised for the students of class VIII wherein they created
their imagination on the topic fit body fit mind fit environment. The creative
geniuses displayed a colourful myriad of thoughts. The day welcomed high
spirited youth with oodles of energy. Cbse Fit School Fit Khelo India
Fitness Programme Hands On Learning Fitness Assessment Test Energetic
Session Fitness Modern Public School Khelo India Ministry Of Youth Affairs And
Sports, Government Of India.
Ahuja attended a workshop on "Happy Classroom" under a one day capacity
building programme, held at Darbari Lal DAV Model School, Shalimar Bagh on 16th
November 2019. The workshop was conducted by Dr Manisha Sharma (Principal,
Venkateshwar International School) and was very informative, inspiring and
workshop revolved around the idea of creating a happy and comfortable classroom
for students, where they are keen to learn and work in a diligent manner to
master academic standards. Dr Manisha shared her insights on how teachers could
address a child?s academic, emotional and social needs by a variety of creative techniques. She told that
it is essential for every teacher to praise and appreciate students for even
their smallest of achievements, as it can instantly boost a child?s morale. She
emphasised on the fact that a teacher needs to introspect and adopt different
methods while dealing with students who create behavioural issues. It is
essential for students to take responsibility of their actions and a teacher
must try to instil moral values such as gratitude, empathy and positive
attitude among them.She ended the
workshop by sharing a personal experience, which inspired the audience and
encouraged them to adopt similar ways in creating a positive learning
environment for the students.