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    India Ki Corona Se Jung- A Mission under Sewa Bharti

    On 25th July, one of our students Kritika Dubey of class 10, hosted a webinar under the guidance of  Mrs Nelakshi, one of the heads of Seva Bharti. The seminar had a strength of 60 people. The seminar focused on how the less privileged people can be helped out by students and adults during this pandemic. She got positive reply backs and people were glad to join her in this great initiative. We are proud of her and hope she keeps up the spirit of serving people.

    Also, she has prepared a video on 'Ab Jeetega India Corona se Jung' which gives a message to all of us to not fear from the current situation if we are taking the necessary precautions.

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      Invicta MUN 1.0

      “Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.”              - Colin Powell

      On 20th and 21st of June, two students of Arwachin International School participated in the online Invicta Model United Nations conducted by the students of Khaitan Public School .Charan Kaur, class IX B, took part in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) committee as a delegate of Russia. She actively conveyed her opinion on the agenda of protection of LGBTQ+ community, with special emphasis on supporting LGBTQ+ artists and ensuring them equal opportunities.

      Uttara Anandan of class XI B took part in the United Nations Women (UNW) committee as a delegate of Finland and won the title of the Best Delegate in the committee and also won a cash prize worth ?1000. Her diplomatic stand on the rights of women over decisions pertaining to their bodies, with a special emphasis on the recent hashtags such as #ProChoice, is what lead to her victory.

      The 2 day session was highly informative and interactive.

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          WEBINAR  ON  CYBER SECURITY FOR CHILDREN IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD
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          CYBER SECURITY FOR CHILDREN IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD

           

          It's undeniable that today's world has rapidly changed with much uncertainty. As we adapt to a new way of life since the new normal is the virtual world during this current pandemic situation, most of us rely on technology to get us through.

          With 2000+ attendees including principals and teachers from countries like Dubai, Oman, Muscat, Nigeria, Bangladesh and Nepal tuning on Live, a webinar was orgsnised by Mrs. Swapna Nair, Principal, Arwachin International School, Delhi and President, ABYUDAYA SAHODAYA in collaboration with Shahadara District Legal Services Authority(DLSA),Delhi,India, to discuss the most talked about topic ‘Cyber Security for Children in the Virtual World’ during this tough time of COVID 19 pandemic. The Resource persons were Mr. Kanwaljeet Arora, Member Secretary, Delhi State Legal Services Authority, Mr. Neeraj Arora , Cyber crime expert, AOR Supreme and the moderator was Mrs. Veena Mishra, Principal, National Victor Public School, Delhi.

           Mr.Neeraj Arora, answered the questions of the participants regarding financial frauds and scams,OTP scams, email phishing, blackmail and pornography on dating apps and investment frauds. He guided on issues like child pornography, use of social networking sites and platforms by underage children, and kids falling prey to digital addiction and games without digital well being controls.

          The experts discussed the various possibilities of account hacking and also emphasized on the importance of being aware of their surroundings. The Resource persons highlighted the need for parents to keep in touch with their children about the details of their accounts on Facebook, Whatsapp etc.and discussed about the legal aid available to children and women in particular.

          Mrs. Swapna Nair recommended, “It is important to apply preventative mechanisms to reduce the risk of harm to children and young people in the physical and online environments that they engage with.” She also said,  “We hope that once the lockdown is over, we will be armed with necessary remedial measures to help India’s children get back on the road to a truly happy, healthy, creative and safe childhood.”

          This was the second initiative by Arwachin International School as another webinar on ‘POCSO Act 2012:Legal Remedies Against Increased Incidence during Lockdown’ was conducted on June 13, 2020, giving children’s protection top priority.

           

            Webinar on activities to enliven online classes
            Education has changed drastically with the outbreak of Covid-19. There has been a distinct rise in e learning whereby teaching is on digital platform. Teaching fraternity adopted this change very swiftly.
            To overcome one of the biggest challenges of grabbing the attention of the learners and exploring their full potential, teachers of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, attended a webinar on how to make online classes lively on June 16, 2020. It was
            organized by Orient Blackswan publishers.
            The speaker of the day was Ms Monisha Gupta, the principal presenter of examinations and teacher trainer with the Cambridge University, UK and had trained many teachers and students. She is also working as a resource person with the British Council and has many more credits to her name.
            Ms. Gupta stressed on involving the learners of all the age groups during the online classes. She said that the impact of the education would be greater if the learning objectives and learning outcomes are clear in the mind of the teachers. She shared easy warm up activities like Adjective game, simple mathematical operations, general GK questions etc to be asked from the learners in the beginning of the class.
            She reminded everyone to have more of student talk than teacher talk. Teachers should ask open ended questions which involve critical and creative thinking. She cited many examples where all the five senses of the learners can be involved to teach the concept. Calling out the names of the students occasionally would make them alert listeners.
            It was a well presented, very interactive and highly informative session.

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              A poster making competition on the theme ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION’ OR ‘POLLUTION CONTROL'was organized by Eco Club  and SST department of AIS on June 15, 2020 in which students from classes 3 to 10 participated. ‘The main objective of the event was to bring out the creative expression of the students and also to gauge their awareness quotient.

              Our budding artists displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters with quotes, paintings and sketches.   Competitions of this sort increase the observational skills, response to thought, awareness and concern of the children towards burning and serious global issues.

              They participated in the competition with immense zeal and enthusiasm making beautiful posters which gave the message of saving our Mother Earth and providing a greener environment to our future generation.

                CYBER SECURITY FOR CHILDREN IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD

                It's undeniable that today's world has rapidly changed with much uncertainty. As we adapt to a new way of life since the new normal is the virtual world during this current pandemic situation, most of us rely on technology to get us through.

                With 2000+ attendees including principals and teachers from countries like Dubai, Oman, Muscat, Nigeria, Bangladesh and Nepal tuning on Live, a webinar was organised by Mrs. Swapna Nair, Principal, Arwachin International School, Delhi and President, ABYUDAYA SAHODAYA in collaboration with Shahdara District Legal Services Authority(DLSA),Delhi,India, to discuss the most talked about topic ‘Cyber Security for Children in the Virtual World’ during this tough time of COVID 19 pandemic. The Resource persons were Mr. Kanwaljeet Arora, Member Secretary, Delhi State Legal Services Authority, Mr. Neeraj Arora , Cyber crime expert, AOR Supreme and the moderator was Mrs. Veena Mishra, Principal, National Victor Public School, Delhi.

                 Mr.Neeraj Arora, answered the questions of the participants regarding financial frauds and scams,OTP scams, email phishing, blackmail and pornography on dating apps and investment frauds. He guided on issues like child pornography, use of social networking sites and platforms by underage children, and kids falling prey to digital addiction and games without digital well being controls.

                The experts discussed the various possibilities of account hacking and also emphasized on the importance of being aware of their surroundings. The Resource persons highlighted the need for parents to keep in touch with their children about the details of their accounts on Facebook, Whatsapp etc.and discussed about the legal aid available to children and women in particular.

                Mrs. Swapna Nair recommended, “It is important to apply preventative mechanisms to reduce the risk of harm to children and young people in the physical and online environments that they engage with.” She also said,  “We hope that once the lockdown is over, we will be armed with necessary remedial measures to help India’s children get back on the road to a truly happy, healthy, creative and safe childhood.”

                This was the second initiative by Arwachin International School as another webinar on ‘POCSO Act 2012:Legal Remedies Against Increased Incidence during Lockdown’ was conducted by Ms.Vidhi Gupta Anand, Secretary DLSA, Shahdara and Ms. Prabhdeep Kaur, Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House Court, Delhi on June 13, 2020, giving children’s protection top priority.

                  DLSA, Shahdara holds webinar with Arwachin International School on POCSO

                  The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Shahdara organized a webinar with Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, Delhi on the topic of The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012 . The Webinar was conducted for students of class 9th to 12th, over 200 students, parents and teachers have participated the interactive session. Ms.Prabhdeep Kaur, MM, Patiala House Courts was the resource person for the program.

                  The children were also shown images of Vulnerable Witness Room, Saket Courts for a quick overview. Program was followed by an extensive question and answer session.

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                    Transforming Home to Learning Labs during Lockdown Period for Education of Special Education need students

                    Amity Institute of Education, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus organised an online Webinar on Friday 12th June 2020.

                    Dr. Himangshu Das, Director of NIEPMD Govt. of India was the host of the webinar.

                    In this session, he emphasised on the partnership of parents and teachers who can help a child during this Lockdown period. He insisted on scheduling the entire day for the child so that he can be constructively engaged. Moreover he stressed on the need to make the child independent to carry out his day to day activities.

                    He suggested fireless cooking and paper bag making so that children can become skilful.

                    UDL (Universal design for learning) is very much helpful for the children. By this method they can learn any concept in different way .Multiple mode of designing is also very helpful for the children like a visually impaired child can start learning mobility in a barrier free environment, safety, security, flexibility and adaptability are different designing modes according to a child’s needs .

                    It was a very informative workshop and teachers got an opportunity to interact with Dr. Himangshu and he solved their queries with his vast experience.

                      Webinar: Art Integrated Learning in Science

                      The teachers of science department of Arwachin International School attended a webinar on June 12th 2020, organised by Goyal Brothers Prakashan. The topic for the webinar was “Understanding and Implementation of Art Integrated Learning (AIL) in Science”. It was conducted by Mr. R.K.Srivastav(subject expert). The following points were discussed in the webinar:

                      • Importance of AIL for deeper understanding of the concepts
                      • AIL – Future of creative and joyful pedagogy
                      • Teaching tools and pedagogy of AIL
                      • Art Integrated Learning (AIL) and Art Integrated Project (AIP) in EVS and Science.
                      • Reference to NCF-2005
                      • Steps to implement AIL
                      • AIL activities – role play, song, dance, storytelling, ppt, video making, sketching, clay modelling, paper mache etc.
                      • Step to implement Art Integrated Projects (AIP)
                      • Reference to CBSE circular where art activities and pairing of states are given.

                                 It was a very interactive session and the teachers had a great learning experience. Implementation of art in science class will make teaching-learning process joyful and will instill art-based enquiry, investigation, exploration and critical thinking in the students.

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                        “Childhood is not a race to see how quickly a child can read, write and count. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace which is right for each individual child”.

                        ‘Essential Elements of Early Childhood Education’.

                        ‘Expert Talk By International Speakers’.

                        Kaleido Education hosted an international webinar on Tuesday 9th June 2020 on the topic ‘Essential Elements of Early Childhood Education’ which was attended by our pre-primary teachers. The speakers of the webinar were:

                        Sara Wrenham - Co-author Jolly Phonics.

                        Dominique Chiquet - Founder Motor Skill Learning Academy Switzerland

                        Denise Gagne - Chief Editor Themes & Variations.

                        Chip Colquhoun - Chief Operating Phoenix Epic Tales.

                        In the session they emphasized upon the different aspects required for the overall development of the children. As per Ms. Sara Wrenham , at such young age teaching phonics plays a very important role, it teaches children how to decode letters into their respective sounds, a skill that is essential for them to read  unfamiliar words independently.

                        Mr.Dominique focused on developing the Gross motor skills which help children gain strength and confidence in their body. Developing these skills helps a child’s ability to do more complex skills in future activities.

                        Ms. Denise stressed upon the fact that music (singing and dancing) plays a vital role during the early years of childhood. Even when a child hasn’t developed the ability to speak, but he can easily respond to music and can express himself/herself effortlessly.

                        Mr. Chip highlighted the importance of story-telling and how it assists a teacher in creating magic and a sense of wonder for the children. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves and about others. Story telling is a unique way for the tiny learners  to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures. It also generates the power of imagination and the ability of problem solving.

                        Our erudition from the session is that when young children are consistently engaged in the activities at an appropriate age, they benefit at many levels including physical, creative, social, emotional, quantitative and early literacy. It was indeed a mesmerizing session.

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                          NATIONAL WEBINAR ON INTRODUCTION TO SANSKRIT COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS
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                          NATIONAL WEBINAR ON INTRODUCTION TO SANSKRIT COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS

                          A two day National Webinar was organized by Dept. of Sanskrit, St. Joseph’s College for Women, Visakhapatnam and Anuvaak Technologies Pvt. Ltd was on 7th and 8th June 2020. It’s main focus was on Computational Tools  developed for Sanskrit and was attended by our Sanskrit teacher Mrs.Radha Sharma. On the first day the Resource persons – Dr. Pavankumar S and Dr. Arjuna S R - discussed on the topics Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, Introduction & Scope of Samsaadhanii and Computational Analysis of Mahabharata. The topics which were covered on the second day by Dr.Shivani V and Dr.Preeti Shukla were- Introduction & Scope of Sam-Bhasha, Sanskrit E-Readers and Introduction to E-Learning Content. The webinar was interesting as well as informative.   

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                            “Learning gives creativity,  Creativity leads to thinking, Thinking provides knowledge, knowledge makes us great...........”  

                             'Ganga Quest ', an online,  bilingual (Hindi and English) Quiz competition was conducted by National Mission For Clean  Ganga (NMCG) for the students of Classes 8-10. It assessed the knowledge gaps and attitude orientation about Ganga and other Rivers . Arwachinians, without missing this opportunity enthusiastically participated in the quiz with the help of their Eco Club teacher, Mrs. Anju Sirohi  where participants could win exciting prizes.
                            Our students showcased their brilliance  by rapidly answering  the questions . It was an interesting  three round quiz including two qualifying rounds  and a  third round that was theme based  which would decide one's  rank .All participants  received E Cerificates  and were declared Ganga champions along with an encouragement to volunteer the 'NAMAMI GANGE' programme. More than 30 students participated in the quiz which generated a lot of excitement among the students and also made them aware of current affairs in general and our rivers in particular.

                             

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                              NCERT INITIATIVES IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM

                              ‘The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.’    -Albert Einstein’

                              With the changing needs of the society, our education system also gets updated time to time. With the aim of building a common education system, NCERT owns the responsibility of developing various text books, educational kits, multimedia digital material etc.  We, educators, have always been eager to know about NCERT initiatives on school education. NCERT has already been putting in a lot of efforts to meet the needs of the Indian students to cope with the international standards.

                              To acquaint the educators, principals and teachers of India with the major changes, a momentous webinar was organized by Arwachin International School on 6th June,2020. The resource person, Prof. Saroj Yadav, Dean Academics NCERT and national coordinator of National Population Education Programme, Adolescent Education Programme and School Health Programme, briefed the participants with the various initiatives brought in the education system by NCERT. She made audience aware of the mandate of NCERT followed by a brief introduction of new NCF (2021). NCERT has also designed some model textbooks and syllabi, leaving the liberty to the states to design their textbooks based on the NCF.NCERT has not only designed the textbooks but also a lot of supplementary materials; audio/ video DVDs, teachers’ handbooks, project books, laboratory manuals etc. Now NCERT has brought in many new courses such as Media Studies, Graphic Designing, Living Craft Tradition of India, Creative Writing and Translation and many more to mention here.

                              NCERT has been conducting a number Olympiads to find out the real talent of India. Keeping in mind the pandemic situation, NCERT has also started e-learning programmes so that teaching and learning must go on. In the later half, the Resource person, Mrs. Yadav addressed to the questions asked by the participants. The session was very enriching. At the end, the Principal of Arwachin International School, Mrs. Swapna Nair proposed the vote of thanks.

                                Japanese Language Workshop

                                The Japan Foundation, New Delhi (JFND) and JALSTA organized the two-day online Japanese language workshop of the new academic session on 25th May and 6th June 2020, which was attended by our Japanese language teachers, Mrs. Vandana Jain and Mrs. Charandeep Kaur.

                                On the first day of the workshop, Ms. Mami Imoto, Japanese language advisor at JFND, conducted a session about new modules in the syllabus of Class 10 proposed by CBSE for this academic year. She also shared important links and resources for conducting innovative and engaging online sessions for the students.

                                The second day of the workshop covered discussions on interesting kanji sites, designing google forms and making the syllabus more activity-based so that once students come back to physical classrooms again, they revert to the system in a more seamless way.

                                The workshop was very informative and teachers got an opportunity to interact with the resource person as well as the other teachers who took part in the workshop.

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                                  'NCERT INITIATIVES ON SCHOOL EDUCATION'
                                  Arwachin International School hosted a webinar on “NCERT initiatives on School Education” on June 6,2020 the event was addressed by Professor Saroj Bala Yadav(Dean Academics) , Moderated by Mr. Kanwaljeet Khungar(Principal,Bharat National Public School) and organised by Mrs. Swapna Nair(Principal,Arwachin International School, Delhi).
                                  Altogether 267 people including principals and teachers of various schools accross India registered themselves for this webinar and it was attended by most of them.
                                  Professor Saroj gave an insight to how NCERT is playing a vital role in education by launching various competitions and platforms on NCERT website. She also spoke about the planning of NCERT to act for the current pandemic situation. She answered all the questions that were put up by our moderator, Mr. Kanwaljeet Khungar highlighting various programmes of the NCERT which could help the teachers and students.
                                  It was an informative session which might have helped the teaching fraternity to get answers to many questions which keep arising in their minds.

                                    Webinar on Understanding and Implementation of Competency Based Education (CBS)

                                    A webinar was hosted by the Goyal Brother Prakashan on 4th June 2020 for the CBSE schools to understand the relation and follow the learning outcomes approach in teaching and learning, as it is central to the CBE -Competency Based Education. It was attended by the science teachers of Arwachin International School, Ms. Akshima Sharma, Mrs. SandhyaPandey, Mrs. Surya Lakshmi, Mrs. Mansi Priya, Mrs. Sunita Suri, Mrs. Ambika Verma, Mrs. Sutekshna, Mrs. Sangita Sharma, Mrs. Shruti Mishra and Mrs. Leeja Srigil  .

                                    The resource person Ms.Bindu Sahdev highlighted that Competency Education is not an extra program, it is rebuilding and replanning a different approach of lessons around learning designed for success. It emphasizes on ‘Competency’ which is a combination of skills, knowledge, characteristics and traits which contributes to high performance on a particular task.

                                    The session involved lesson planning, comparison of traditional method of learning outcomes with CBE and the need to consider it at school level. CBE caters to experiential pedagogy-ENGAGE where each letter stands for E- energise leaners, N- navigate content, G-generate meeting, A-apply to real life, G-guage the learning, E- extend”, which helps to check to what degree the content of subjects is significant and appropriate for the developmental levels of students. Thus to develop the 21st century skills, there is a need to apply and enhance the role of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, STEM, Robotics, Electronic Libraries, Web Portals etc to implement CBE.

                                    This webinar proved worthy for the teachers to enhance their competencies and provide appropriate recognition to their respective subjects. With the implementation of CBE, the teachers can also give timely feedback and allow active participation to create a climate of respect and encourage collaborative approach among students.

                                     

                                      Emergence Cambridge International Online Competition

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                                      The students of Arwachin International School participated in an online inter-school competition-‘Emergence’ organized by DAV Public School, Pushpanjali Enclave, Delhi, in the month of May. The competition had various categories for the classes 1 to 8. Schools from various parts of India participated in the event.

                                      Nitya Singh of class 1A and Sreejita Roy of class 2B participated in the category- ‘Together with us’. The participants along with their family sang motivational folk songs.

                                      Soham Sachdeva of class 3B and Nayonika Dhingra of 4A participated in the category-‘Health Line’. The participants prepared food without fire to boost our immune system.

                                      It is an immense pleasure to announce that Sreejita Roy (2B) is awarded with a consolation prize for her performance.

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                                            Are Extra Curricular activities Really Extra?

                                            A webinar was organized by the Rocksport on June 01, 2020. The subject of the webinar was “Are Extra Curricular activities Really Extra?

                                            The panelists included eight eminent speakers, thetop educators, from Delhi, Dehradun, Noida, Kanpur, Phagwara and Coimbatore.  Mrs.Swapna Nair, the Honourable Principal of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, represented Delhi.

                                            All the panelists shared their ideas on the topic, “Are Extra Curricular activities Really Extra?” 

                                            The common consent was that though education plays a vital role in the life of a student, extracurricular activities are an equally integral part of it, necessary for the overall development of a child. All of them talked about various activities that they organize at their school for the children to bring out the best in their students.

                                            The most beautiful thought that came up during the discussion was that,‘7 DAYS WITHOUT EXERCISE MAKES ONE WEAK’, and this resonated so perfectly with the thoughts of  J.F.Kennedy, where he said that, “Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” We cannot deny the fact that sports do not only teach us how to remain healthy and fit but also helps us to stay calm and composed even against the most trying situations.

                                            Mrs. Nair concluded with the information that there are certain activities in every sphere that every child can participate in but we need to make the children aware of them. She further said that the children can be encouraged to be a part of some club or sports but a lot depends on the space and facilities available in the school. She even said that for better results we need effective and efficient faculty so that the children can be encouraged and made passionate about those activities.

                                            Overall it was a very enlightening and informative webinar.

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