Unprecedented times need innovative measures .one such measure was the
‘online tutorials for students’. It was a first and one of a kind experience
for us as well as the students. Our tutorials spanned across creative
avenues like craft, yoga, meditation, storytelling and painting to name a
few. The tutorials we designed to tickle the creative and enthusiastic side
of the kids mind. All of the tutorials were interactive and Do-along
sessions to provide an immersive experience. And the response we have
gotten was amazing. It was a soul enriching experience for us too, on so
many levels, personal, professional and pragmatic.
In these testing times, it’s important for all of us to stay healthy mentally,
creatively, and spiritually. And through this online program, we are hoping
to achieve that, for the little kids and for us too .This pictures are a
testimony of the same .Wishing health and happiness to everyone out
there. We will fight this pandemic together, and come out safer and
stronger than ever .let love and humanity prevail. We will fly again, like
Teaching social science without going to school??? I would have laughed at this question had it been a few months ago. But today it is the reality that I must admit that I have been enjoying this new experience. Teaching learning experiences with 5th and 6th graders is wonderful. Though there were few glitches in the beginning we are now confidently moving forward with activity based learning.
Hawk-Eye Innovations, a corporate company celebrates every year Dec 10th as “Day of Good” and this year they did it with Vidyadaan students. The dedicated team from the company interacted with our class 7 to 10th students on 10th,11th,12th of December. It was a one to one telephonic interaction, in which students were counselled personally, encouraged for higher education. Also, assured for any sort of guidance and support in future. Students were rewarded with gift as a token of appreciation.
Vidyadaan thanks Hawk-Eye wholeheartedly for coming forward to support and encourage our students.