Saturday, 23 June 2018

CBSE Workshop

A training session was conducted by principal forum of CBSE in UAE at Habitat School

Almost all – 90%
most 75%- 90 %
Large majority – 61- 74 %
Minority – 50% t…

Attainment for good rating. ( Expectations )
The majority of students achieve above CBSE and International standard.
ASSET, IBT .. progress. - Majority. If it is more than 75% then it is outstanding.
We need to have 3 years of data of this.
It is important than attainment.
Entry Level test ( ELT / Baseline tests ) then Pts result – comparison.
40 minutes class – Beginning og the class what was students level,
after the class what is the level.
In a class room there will be minimum 4 groups.
Low achiever, middle achiever, high achiever and Special Education Needs (SEND).
These all groups should get progress after the class.

Saturday, 16 June 2018

The World Cup - Social Science Classroom Activities

In the FIFA World Cup takes place in Russia, with the whole world watching. But are all
the 32 countries playing against each other in the World Cup equal?

As you know the world itself running behind this football now.Can’t we use this world cup spirit in to our subject and academic spirit. Definitely we can. It can encourage participatory, investigative and collaborative teaching and learning styles.

In geography it may help them to familiarize Locational knowledge; map and data analysis skills; and understanding of the geographical similarities and differences between places.

Here we would like to suggest some task which can be done in our Social Science class room.

1. Giving a speech in class assembly.
Let students say about their favorite team.
They have to connect the information connect with History, Politics, geography,
economy of the mentioned country.
2.. Brief talk on the players.

3. Small flags can be displayed in our soft board.
Let students familiar with flags and countries.

4. Ask learners where the World Cup will be taking place in 2018 (Russia)
A brief history about Russian revolution – Grade 9 topic

5. Predicting the result of plays every day.

6. Thinking about maps
Where are the “richest” countries?
Where are the countries with the highest FIFA rankings?
What do you think might be the reasons for the differences between countries?

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Indian History - Model Quiz - Day 1

The Quiz questions for Day 1 is available here . 

Answer those questions with in 5 minutes. After clicking submission you can see the result and summary

Day 1

Quiz Questions Will be uploaded by 7 PM

Today's Quiz Questions for preparation will be uploaded by 7 PM.

It will be available next three days.
It is only for your preparation not for competition.

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

simple steps bring great changes - WED

World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated each year on June 5. Like Earth Day, it's a day to learn about the environment, participate in conservation activities, and learn about ways to help in the future. To celebrate at school, you can commune with nature, create new environmental programs, use nature-centered lesson plans, and work on earth-centered activities.

As part of world environment day today we organized class, outside of our class room. It was the first experience for my students in grade 10 P. Our topic was “Water resources” in geography.
The theme of this chapter is connected with environment protection.
Water conservation is actually is the part of environment protection.
So we thought as a simple way to increase students' love of nature is to hold class outside. There was a nice and shady area in our garden under a tree.The students expressed to sit over there and love the change in environment.

I led them to Listen carefully the tunes of nature. Now we could hear the songs of birds. There were birds. We spent time to watch some birds, different plants…

Saturday, 2 June 2018

Participation in Second Academic Retreat

Theme: To Remain Where We Are, We need to Run Fast. Are we doing that?
On the 2nd of June 2018, the Corporate Academic Division of my school organized a follow up session of the Academic Retreat that was earlier held on 2 May 2018. The venue was the school auditorium. The session started at 10 am and ended by 2: 15 pm.
The objective of the session was to refine academic processes, set quality milestones, review existing performance, knowing that self-assessment and setting milestones is the key to organizational success.
Method: Was Introspective, Interactive, Intensive supported by online live questionnaire and live analysis
Some of the sessions included were,
1. Review of School leadership vision
2. Review of challenges in front
3. Review Actions points of first academic retreat
4. Review of works assigned to the teacher and quality of teaching
5. Communication
6. MOE Inspection
7. Review of basic academic administration
8. Grade 10 Result Analysis

Monday, 28 May 2018

Class Observation Experiences

So far I have not updated much on this blog because of busy schedule. This is an oversight on my part, as a Hod, last month was one of the most interesting parts of my job. I could visit my colleagues classed and observe their teaching learning process inside the classroom. There are many teachers they have good calibre and exceptional teaching skills.
They were very energetic, and used very creative ideas ,teaching tools, teaching methods like group discussion, jigsaw ,debate etc..

My usual approach to observation is to sit at the back of the class with my ledger notebook. Next time I would like to use laptop: so that I can type far more quickly than I can write by hand, and trainees would actually be able to receive through mail !

We do a great deal of work at mentor training on observations: above all else, we want to prioritise the historical learning taking place in the lesson. Are the pupils in this lesson learning any decent history? What is the trainee doing which makes this happen? What signs of this are there? Where does the focus of the lesson slip? Were does this lesson not fit smoothly into what went before and after? Although I do comment in observations on more generic matters (behaviour management, use of reinforcement, activities and so on.