Ms Manjeet Kaur Bhatia and Ms Neetu Luthra attended a workshop organised
by British Council on July 12,2018. The plenary session focussed on The Languages
of Education in India Exploring Effects
on Reading and Mathematics. The resource persons highlighted to
explore the development of multilingual children's and cognitive abilities in a
range of contexts. Furthermore, they percolated the role of home languages and
English in multilingual education in India. They also brought into limelight
the challenges and controversies in bilingualism and cognition spread across
the nation. The entire day gave a glimpse of learning academic skills through
interpretation, reasoning and developing bilingual literacy. The audience took
a bag not only full of knowledge but also experiential learning.
Inderjeet Kaur Kalra attended a two day long workshop organised by Royal
Society of Chemistry under the aegis of ACT at Hindu College from 18 to 19
July,2018. The resource person highlighted a variety of active learning
techniques and discussed strategies in which they could be implemented into
everyday teaching. The audience left the premises rejuvenated and energised
with a promise to benefit the students through such innovative methodologies.
In order to improve the interpersonal skills of the students
and to motivate them to overcome their stage fear. The school organized a
session on the importance of group discussions and how to present oneself in interviews.
The Spokesperson, Dr. Anoop began the session by
highlighting the fact that your marks
dont define you and that improving ones personality is more important. He
urged the students to sharpen their observation skills and to look carefully
around them. He then went on to throw light on how to present oneself in an
interview, to discuss approved facts and to not to go with intuitive thoughts. He
then conducted many informal games to make the session more interesting. He urged
the students to use social media effectively and to participate actively in
online group discussions. An informal group discussion was also conducted.
He concluded the session with a thoughtful quote. The
audience left the session highly motivated and inspired to implement the
suggestions that were given during the session.
On July 7, 2018 Computer Department conducted a workshop for
the teachers of the school on Cyber Security, under the guidance of Ms.
Deepti Malhotra(HOD, Computer Science) in which they
guided the teachers on different areas of Cyber Security. The teachers were
also informed about different and easy tips and tricks on How to be safe while working on Internet in daily life . Teachers
took lot of interest and had many queries, which were answered by Computer
Department. To mark the end of session a quiz on cyber security was conducted
in which teachers actively participated and were given a token of appreciation
for every right answer.
Yoga is a way to
produce a chemistry of blissfulness. One you are blissful by your nature, you
can deal with outside situation effortlessly
An enlightening Yoga session was conducted for MPS
fraternity in aegis with Isha Foundation on June 301,2018. The resource person
gave an insight into the delves of Upa Yoga which incorporated
postures for inner self, peace, joy, and love. This karmic process is a simple
way to activate the energy nodules in the joints and exercise, bringing ease to
the whole system. The yogic aura brought in positive vibes, rejuvenation and
transitional change in all the participants.
An interactive session on Emerging challenges in Education in the 21st century was organised for the teachers by the school on 29th June 2018. The resource person Dr. Usha Ram, a recipient of Doctorate in English Literature, emphasised that education is the only means of empowering people. She apprised the teachers with the new millennium challenges ushered in by a dramatic technology revolution. She reiterated the fact that the role of teachers is to be responsive to the socio cultural ethos and national development. The workshop focussed on the global classroom and the need to be literate in 21st century literacies including cyber literacies. Different activities were held focussing on the coordination of head, heart and hand for the holistic development. Dr. Usha explained how important it is to learn, unlearn and relearn through different kinds of learning viz a viz experiential learning and collaborative and Enquiry Learning. Presentations by the teachers on different themes stamped the fact that education cannot be restricted in water tight compartments, it?s an integrated approach that serves the true purpose of education.
Title : Workshop on Python Programming, Pandas and MongoDB
A Workshop for Teachers of Computer Science and Informatics Practices was organised by Delhi Public School, R.K.Puram on June 27, 2018(Wednesday)
keeping in view, the change in the syllabus of Computer Science and Informatics Practices. The objective was an attempt to strengthen the teaching of Python Programming in Schools.
Ms. Deepti Malhotra (H.O.D Computer Department) along with her team attended the worthy session wherein the resource persons Mr. Mukesh Kumar, Mr. Mohitendra and Ms. Gurmeet Kaur enlightened the attendees with the technologies like Python Programming, Pandas, MongoDB etc. The session proved to be a massive success as the attendees went back with abundant information and learning.
A workshop titled Tutelage 2018 was organized by Naples
India for the IT Teachers of various schools across Delhi. Ms. Asha Nandal and
Ms. Jasmeen Kaur, the facilitators from the computer department of the school
attended the worthy session wherein the resource persons Ms. Anni Kumar and Ms.
Sandhya Gupta apprised the attendees with upcoming and innovative softwares
like One Note , Kodu, Stkyz, Inkspace, Scratch etc. It was indeed an
enlightening session as the spectators learnt about innovations in their fields
which would help them to enhance the teaching and learning of computers.
Modernites believe in the notion that
health is the greatest wealth of human beings. Treading the same path the
school organized an informative session on Thalassemia for the students of
class XII on May 24,2018. The spokesperson Dr. Tejinder Singh, Orthoptist ,
District Chairperson Thalassemia Awareness Rotary Blood Bank Committeeapprised the students with Thalassemia and its impact on human life.
Several myths regarding the ailment were busted during the interactive session.
The session proved to be extremely instructive as the eminent speaker not only
enlightened the attendees on such an influential topic but also motivated them
to spread awareness among their acquaintances.
Students of class XII had an interactive session with
resource person Mr. ASHISH on 22 May 2018 on various career options which they
could pursue after class XII. They were also informed about numerous entrance
exams for courses like BBA, BMS, etc. The students were apprised with the study
pattern for the Boards Exam. They were provided with an entrance guide which
highlighted eligibility and other requirements for various courses like BBA
along with their exam patterns.