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Mathematics Workshop for Teachers

(January 17, 2018)

A capacity building programme on Mathematics for 10th class was conducted by C.B.S.E on 21nd and 22nd December at Moga Devi Minda Memorial School Hisar. Two teachers from Darshan Academy Hisar attended the workshop. The Resource Person Mr. Karan Khanna discussed different methodologies of teaching Mathematics for class X. He explained the meaning and importance of constructivism and Bloom’s Taxonomy, and stressed the importance of innovative methods of teaching to create an interest in mathematics. Everybody contributed and gave their views on gender sensitization and some tips to promote a gender equitable environment were also given by the resource person. Every participant was actively involved sharing their different ways of developing lesson plans covering every topic from the class X syllabus. Learning strategies for diverse learners were discussed and ample lesson plans were distributed. Mr. Karan Khanna emphasized common errors made by students. Overall, it was a very good experience to gain teaching strategies for the classroom and ideas on creating more interest for the subject.


Vigilance Awareness Week

(January 17, 2018)

Vigilance Awareness Week was celebrated in Darshan Academy Delhi. This years’ theme was “‘My Vision: Corruption Free India”. Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week every year is part of multi-pronged approach of the Commission to encourage all stakeholders to collectively participate in the prevention of and fight against corruption and to raise public awareness regarding the existence, causes and effects in our society. A special assembly by Grade VII students on Vigilance Awareness Week was held at the school. Songs, short skits, speeches and role plays were performed by students showcasing how can they can be vigilant in their daily lives. The entire school pledged to be vigilant to make our country corruption-free. Ms. Aarti Vohra, coordinating teacher, gave a talk on a corruption free society.


United Nations Day

(January 17, 2018)

Grade VI students of Darshan Academy Delhi held a special assembly on United Nations Day. Children gave wonderful speeches on the importance of United Nations in our world. They also highlighted the specialized agencies of UN using flashcards printed with relevant information. Ms Monali, program coordinating teacher, concluded the assembly with an informative speech of UN work and responsibilities. She also highlighted the recent UN goal of Sustainable Development. Students were then asked questions on their knowledge of the UN and responded enthusiastically. It was apparent they had begun to understand clearly how and why the UN was formed and how it works to maintain peace worldwide. The focus of this special assembly was learning to live in harmony, peace and love with others.


Martyr's Day

(January 17, 2018)

To commemorate the Martyr's Day of Four Sahibzadas a special assembly was held at Darshan Academy Ludhiana on 22nd December, 2017. The assembly started with a beautiful shabad sung in chorus. This was followed by the history of the Martyrdom of Four Sahibzadas presented by the students of class VIII B. Then a quiz of the event was given and students who gave correct answers were awarded prizes of appreciation by the principal. This was a well thought out and educational assembly for all.


Red Day Celebration

(January 17, 2018)

To introduce children into the wonderful world of colour, KG and Primary Wing of Darshan Academy Hisar celebrated ‘Red Colour Day’ with fun on 18th December, 2017. The many shades of red helped the tiny tots feel bright, lively and cheerful. The day started off with red everywhere - red dresses, red rose, red teddy, red car, red apples, red cherries, and so on and the children had a spectacular time. The school and bulletin boards were also decorated with red crafts made by the children. The children looked stunning in their red outfits. A special assembly was conducted with emphasis on red and its significance. The children sang songs related to the colour and some spoke briefly on the red objects they had brought from home. Principal Jessica Kamble interacted with the students throughout the day and encouraged them to think logically. The Red Celebration Day was a fun learning activity to help children sort and classify objects by colour.


 
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