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Special Educational Programmes Projects and Activities and Innovative teaching methods

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    • Dipti Vaidya : (Maths and Science):-
      • Maths: Classroom activity while we start the lesson.
      • Find the circumference of the circle and find the value of pie with the help of the thread.

     

    • Radhika Sahasrabudhe and Prajakta Chitale : (German teacher):-
      • Film festival, language exam conducted by Max Muller Bhavan , language games for vocabulary.

     

    • Swapnal Patil : 9Maths and Science teacher):-
      • Maths :- for chapters like Volume and Surface Area –Explaining edge faces and vertices using the blackboard, door, cardboard models (cone, frustrum )
      • Science :- experiments , demonstrations, ceramic models and Quiz.
        • Science Projects selected for various competitions.
      • Maths –Ganit Olympiad

     

    • Mithila Nimbalkar:(Marathi teacher):-
      • Encourage students for reading, increasing vocabulary, story telling, discussions, debate etc.

     

    • Jayashree Narayana: (English and History teacher):
      • English :- extempore, role play, debate, students teaching small units; quiz, interaction for grammar sentences.
      • History and Political Science:-Story telling, CD display, mock sessions etc.

     

    • Sushama Mehendale :- (Sanskrit and Marathi teacher):
      • Sanskrit: Listening Sanskrit stories on C.D and answering the one line questions for developing the habit of concentration and improving the listening skills.

     

    • Anaya Apte :(English and History teacher):
      • English: Extempore, explanation of topic by students so that it develops their public speaking skills.

     

    • Sharon Samuel: (Science and Geography teacher):
      • Science: Conducting simple experiments, quiz conducted in classroom.
      • Geography: Use of Globe to explain map projection. Use of physical, political maps to explain identification of places.

     

    • Geeta Kallur: (English and History teacher):-
      • English : word building, snowball effect, Debate and Extempore for oratory skills
      • History and Political Science: Mock parliament sessions, conducting class and school elections . co-relating to global issues.

     

    • Elsamma Louis:(History and Geography teacher):
      • Creating awareness among students about issues like global warming, different types of pollution and there remedial measures through Geography lessons.

     

    • Neha Pradhan: (Maths and Science teacher):-
      • Maths:- Using carp paper models to explain 3 D figures like cuboid, cube shaped cake boxes. Also it inculcates the 3R mantra in students’ i.e Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
      • Science:- Using power point presentations to explain lessons in Biology, visuals create more impact which is one of the main objectives taught in B.Ed.

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