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  1. 15th National Sahodaya Conference10th – 12th December 2008 www.schoolofeducators.com

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  3. Empowering Each LearnerLearning Framework : Strategies Learning System CONTEXT PERFORMANCE/OUTCOME LEARNER ACTION Institutions Schools Community Teachers/Parents Learning Communities www.schoolofeducators.com

  4. Strategies :Context Global Challenges Emerging Technologies and Challenges Information Highways Changing Learner Profile Changing Work Force Changing Employability Skills Shifting Social Dynamics Inclusion www.schoolofeducators.com

  5. Strategies :Context Global Challenges • From delivering content to building capacity. • From stand alone institutions to value-added networks. • From setting and delivering curriculum to co-creating curriculum. • From standard operating procedures to creative adaptations. www.schoolofeducators.com

  6. Global Challenges Virtual Classrooms Online Teachers Multipolar learning Distance/online Learning Smart Schools Inclusive Practices Holistic Health Life Skills Programme e-learning Multiple Intelligences Environmental Concerns Values Integration of Technology Lifelong Learning www.schoolofeducators.com

  7. MEDIA – PRINT – ELECTRONIC CHALLENGESValues and Violence • PhoneChannel http://www.digitalopportunity.org/article/archive/1072/ • Interactive textbooks http://www.phschool.com/social_studies/ • Tablet PCs http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/highered/archive/2007/09/28/HPPost4561.aspx • Computerised tutor • http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=lxUzKoIt5aM • http://www.boloji.com/mahabharata/index.htm • www.culturalindia.net/indian-folktales/panchatantra-tales/index.html • http://www.harappa.com/gandhi.html www.schoolofeducators.com

  8. Changing Learner Profile Family Structure Changed work Environment Tech Savvy Adolescent Nuclear Concerns Families Accessing Information Knowledge Exponential Growth www.schoolofeducators.com

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  11. 21st Century Workforce High School Students Economically Disadvantaged Women Single Parents International Students Veterans Immigrants Historically Underrepresented Adult Learners College Students Senior Citizens Returning Professionals www.schoolofeducators.com

  12. Changing Employability Skills Unorganized Sector – 97% Languages – Strength Entrepreneurship Shifting Work places - SOHO www.schoolofeducators.com

  13. Changing Employability Skills Lifelong Learning – Necessity Life Skills Dealing with 21st Century shifts Violence and Terror Changing skill sets. ▪ ▪ www.schoolofeducators.com

  14. Jobs in this new millennium require a student to be an effective : Adapted from Tom Friedman’s book: The World Is Flat (2006) Synthesizer Collaborator Leverager Model builder Adapter Localizer/Personalizer Explainer www.schoolofeducators.com

  15. Strategies : Action WHO?– Teachers Parents Educators Peers ACTORS WHEN?– WOMB – TO TOMB ! Lifelong Learning WHERE?– Changing School  Buildings  Virtual Classrooms  Blogging WHAT? –Curriculum  National ?!!! HOW? - Transaction Strategies - Experiential Learning - Reflective Model - Effective Technology Enhanced - Learning Environment www.schoolofeducators.com

  16. WHO WHO??? WHO??? SCHOOLS • Policy / Vision • Include all stakeholders (Sts.Trs/Parents PE + LS • Curriculum + Beyond • CCE • Comp. School Health ALL STAKEHOLDERS! Nuclear Aggressive Working Educators / Leaders Ambitious Time • Who ? Leaders • Information Leadership • A whole school information / philosophy approach / vision • Understand the core issues of student learning • Interpret educational & administration needs into technological solutions • Multiple intelligences integrated • Life-Skills • Values Enhanced Framework Quality Major Influence Maximum time spent Positive Peer Pressure Parents Negative Peer Pressure Peers + Friends Principal Learners Decision Making Teachers as Refusal Skills Adolescent Issues Collaborators Facilitators Managers Identity Crisis Role Models Self Esteem Co-creators Researchers Educators Lifelong Learners www.schoolofeducators.com

  17. AND WHERE??? WHEN WOMB TO TOMB Life long Learning Elders • Electronic • TV • Movies • Internet Home Non-formal institutions Nuclear Media • Print • Newspaper • Journals • Magazine Parental time Schools formal dissolving boundaries Monitoring • Friends • Homes • Siblings Annual/ Sports Day Labs Corridors Playground • Seniors • School • play Canteens Travel Classrooms Peer Learning Virtual Social Network sites Interaction Both formal and non-formal institutions www.schoolofeducators.com

  18. When ? Active Learning Beyond The Classroom • How students spend their time… • Class  15 hours (or less) • Work  21 hours (or more - 30%) • TV  7 hours (33%) • Leisure Reading  3-10 hours (38%) • Organized student activity  3-10 hours (47%) • Informal conversation with other students 10 hours (31%) www.schoolofeducators.com

  19. When ? Active Learning Beyond The Classroom • Active Learning Strategies: • Study groups • Journals and diaries • Experiential learning • Student research www.schoolofeducators.com

  20. WHAT..??? • Curriculum • Beyond The Curriculum www.schoolofeducators.com

  21. CBSE AS A PACE SETTER • Languages – Communicative Language Teaching ○English ○ Japanese – VIII – 2008-09 ○ Sanskrit ○ German – VI – 2008-09 ○ French ○ Bahasa Maleyu – X – 2008-09 • Mathematics • Science • Social Science • I.T. • Enrichment activities • Examination Reforms www.schoolofeducators.com

  22. Disaster Management Class - VIII Class - IX Class - X www.schoolofeducators.com

  23. Information Technology based Subjects • Upper Primary Level (VI-VIII) - Computer basics as part of work experience. • Secondary Level ( IX & X) -I I T - Additional Subject • Senior Secondary Level (XI & XII) - 3 Electives • Computer Science • Informatics Practices • Multimedia & Web Technology www.schoolofeducators.com

  24. New Electives at Senior Secondary Level Academics • Creative Writing and Translation Studies: 2007– 08. Reader – Class XI Reader – Class XII FIRST BOARD EXAM - 2009 www.schoolofeducators.com Contd…

  25. New Electives at Senior Secondary Level • Heritage Crafts • XI - 2008-09 • XII - 2009-10 • Graphic Design • XI - 2008-09 • XII - 2009-10 Readers NCERT Readers NCERT www.schoolofeducators.com

  26. New Electives at Senior Secondary Level (Contd…) VOCATIONAL • FINANCIAL MARKET MANAGEMENT (FMM) – 2007-08 www.schoolofeducators.com Contd…

  27. New Electives at Senior Secondary Level (Contd…) • 03 Vocational + 01 Language + 01 Elective (+ 01 Additional Elective) . • Joint Certification by CBSE and NSE www.schoolofeducators.com

  28. Health Care Sciences • Class XI 2009 – 2010 • First Board Examination 2011 Joint certification with FICCI www.schoolofeducators.com

  29. What ?? Promoting Innovation and Creativity in School System • Strengthening school cluster system through ‘Sahodayas’. • Student support activities through participation in Olympiads, Science exhibition, quizzes, etc. • Nurturing creativity in indigenous and modern knowledge in collaboration with National Innovation Foundation. www.schoolofeducators.com

  30. School Health & Wellness Programme Policy – (School Management)   Health & Wellness Clubs Health Education Life Skills AEPClass IX & XIRevised Manuals (in process) Curriculum PlusClasses VI – VIIIRevised Teachers’ Manual for Class VI (2008-09) Classes 1 – 12Vol IVol IIVol IIIIVol IV Integrated Components(Eco – Clubs – Peace & Value Education) Teachers’ Manual - I – VIII Teachers’ Manual -IX www.schoolofeducators.com

  31. COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME IN CBSE SCHOOLS www.schoolofeducators.com

  32. Knowing your body Food and Nutrition Personal And Environmental Hygiene Physical Fitness Behaviour And Life Skills Being Safe And Responsible Themes www.schoolofeducators.com

  33. Health Manuals- An Overview Comprehensive School Health Manuals (C.S.H.M): • Holistic health ( physical, mental, emotional and psychological health). • Formal and informal approaches in curriculum pedagogy for health promotion. • Emphasis on providing a safe school environment. www.schoolofeducators.com

  34. Detailing Manuals…. Four Manuals: • Volume 1 –all stakeholders • Volume 2 - Primary Level (Classes I-V) www.schoolofeducators.com

  35. Detailing Manuals…. • Volume 3 - Upper Primary Level (Classes VI-VIII) • Volume 4 - Secondary and Senior Secondary Level (Classes IX-XII). www.schoolofeducators.com

  36. Themes Covered… • Six different themes : • Knowing your Body • Food and Nutrition • Personal and Environmental Hygiene www.schoolofeducators.com

  37. Themes Covered… • Physical Fitness • Being Responsible • Safe • Behaviour and Life Skills. www.schoolofeducators.com

  38. What ? Beyond WHY Life Skills? • Work with others • Learn from others • Ask questions • Be open to other points of view • Learn to defend your point of view • Don’t automatically accept fact unless you know it to be true • Challenge assumptions www.schoolofeducators.com

  39. What ? CBSE - AEP Students Feedback AEP 2007 • Information on Adolescent Education is very useful to understand the adolescent issues. Mr. Nupur Jha ( DAV Public School, Sikkam) • Adolescent Education is very useful and we don’t have previous knowledge on these issues, and we would like to attend this type of programme in future. Mr. Pankaj Kr Giri ( DAV Public School, Sikkam) www.schoolofeducators.com

  40. What ? Teachers Feedback On AEP • Adolescence Education Programme is important as it helps students in understanding in a better way Mrs. Alpana Sharma Ms. Ruchi Bhargava (Nodel Teachers) Jaipuria Vidyalaya, Jawahar Lal Marg, Jaipur-302018 • During psychological and physical changes, the child’s energy should be properly channelised. Mrs. Meenakshi Sharma • Effective communication and working towards one’s goal help to cope up with stress and emotions. • Mr. Suresh Chand www.schoolofeducators.com

  41. What ? Principals Feedback On AEP • We are satisfied with this seminar and it is better to give knowledge on AEP Issues. • Ms. Suchita (Principal) • Such type of programme are really useful. These may help in overall development and help to cope up problemsof life. Such type of programme should be conductedregularly. www.schoolofeducators.com

  42. What ? Parents Feedback On AEP This programme should not be implemented through schools rather teacher should trained the parent and parents will trained their adolescence. Mrs. Jaya Srivastava (Varanasi) • In my opinion information parents should be given full information from schools, so, that parents can guide at home properly. Mr. Ram Chand Narayan Pandey(Varanasi) • Sex education is not necessary in our culture and tradition, parent should teach adolescence. Dr. O. P. Chaudhary (Varanasi ) • This programme is beneficial for parents if parents gets proper knowledge, they can guide their children at home. Dr. D. N. Ojha (Varanasi) www.schoolofeducators.com

  43. Status of AEP - 2008 Programmes held under AEP in Sep-Nov 2008 www.schoolofeducators.com

  44. Science Exhibition • Innovativeness • Creativity • Last 5 years • Regional Level • National Springdales School, Delhi • Best 20 exhibits -Jawahar Lal Nehru Children Science Exhibition www.schoolofeducators.com

  45. Enrichment Activities • Heritage India Quiz • National Informatics Olympiad • Group Mathematics Olympiad • National Innovation Programme (with IIM, Ahmedabad) www.schoolofeducators.com

  46. Sahodaya - Concept • School Clusters • Spirit of ‘Caring and Sharing’ • Information and resources • Encourages Community of Practices • 250 Sahodayas networking 4500 schools www.schoolofeducators.com

  47. Losing an edge, Japanese envy Indian Schools • JAPAN –Growing Craze for Indian Education think of India as world’s ascendant education superpower • Bookstores are filled with titles like “Extreme Indian Arithmetic Drills” and “The Unknown Secrets of the Indians.” Newspapers carry reports of Indian children memorizing multiplication tables far beyond nine times nine, the standard for young elementary students in Japan. www.schoolofeducators.com

  48. The New York Times…. • Japanese praise Indian Education. Envy Indian Learners: • learning more at an earlier age. • an emphasis on memorization. • focus on the basics, particularly in math and science. www.schoolofeducators.com

  49. How ? Training And Empowerment • In-service Teacher Training programme through Sahodayas. • Empowerment of Heads of Institutions in collaboration with top business schools and also with NUEPA. • Theme based regional and national level Sahodaya conferences. www.schoolofeducators.com

  50. How ? Dimensions of effective technology enhanced learning environments: • Task-Oriented • Challenging • Collaborative • Constructionist • Conversational • Responsive • Reflective • Formative www.schoolofeducators.com