Innovations

 

Innovation and Experimentation done by teachers (Updated as on 31.08.2009 the last working day of the month)
 
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Innovation and Experimentation
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Class and subject
Learning objective initially envisaged
Learning objective realised or not
Name of Innovator / Experimenter with designation
1
Cropway
I to VIII
EVS
1. To develop interest towards farming and crop.
2. To make the children gain knowledge about the basic concept of crops such as Seeds, Pulses, oil seeds, other crops, spices and vegetables.
3. To give the learners practical knowledge of the process of sowing of seeds, watering, weeding and harvesting.
4. To study the different stages of seeds germination and growth of plants and the differences between the stages of different crops.
5. To make them identify different types of crops grown in different season and observe their harvesting time.
6. To give them knowledge about different diseases of plants and how they are caused by pests.
7. To identify different tools used in farming and agriculture. 
Realised
Smt. SANGEETA GUPTA
TGT(SST)
2
HerbalGarden
I to V
EVS
1. To make the children familiar with the basic concepts of Herbs.
2. To know about the importance and usefulness of plants in their day-to-day life.
3. To identify herb, shrubs, climbers and creepers.
4. To acquire knowledge about how to treat some common ailments by using herbs and develop interest towards Ayurvedic Medical Science.
To have sensitivity towards plants and to prepare them for active participation in conservation of trees and natural resources.
 

Sri. S.K.Mishra

PGT(Bio)

3
Mathematical Garden
I to VIII
Maths
Although mathematics is a very interesting subject, it may be very tough if we do not understand its basics.
1. To know the basics in a joyful atmosphere some interesting activities are required, which encourage the students to learn mathematics.
2. The aim of t his mathematical garden is to create the atmosphere of learning by playing.
3. In this garden students play some games and learn the basics of mathematics in a joyful atmosphere.
4. When the students move or play around the garden they read t he mater given on board and try to learn some basics of mathematics.
After developing the mathematical garden a great change has been realized among students towards learning mathematics

Sh. Ashok kumar Sharma

PGT(Maths)