Be The ChangeAdmin
Continuity gives us roots change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights’
Pauline R Kezer
‘We must become the change we want to see’. The words of Gandhi ji touch the innermost chords of our conscience, if we really understand its meaning and depth.
We live in a dynamic world. We have recently been shaken up by this century’s worst nightmare, the pandemic and this has revolutionized the entire education system bringing classrooms to students’ homes. Digi kids as they are have now been given legitimate
access to gadgets and the Internet has opened up new horizons of learning for them. Teachers who are vanguards of change are making honest efforts to implement the innovative ideas.
Post pandemic reopening of schools has uplifted the moods and with renewed vigour we’ve started sowing seeds of a better tomorrow as the impressionable minds of growing children are fertile grounds.
Rabindranath Tagore’s words should be taken as a cornerstone of structural changes required to the way our children should learn in schools. ‘Creative spirit’ and ‘Generous joy’ are the key in childhood and NEP echoes the preservation of the same in the learning environment.
Today’s students are brighter and smarter, therefore a WiFi campus with digital labs, smart classrooms, e-library, e- resources, e-dictionary, e-encyclopedia, Electronic atlas, VR labs,artificial intelligence and Robotics fuel the curiosity of students so that they become self learners and enjoy the process.
While shaking hands with technology we do not forget to fortify the qualities like courtesy, integrity, philanthropy and love for the environment.
We shall surely find long term benefits of the changes introduced in terms of Art integration and experiential learning as it is our duty to change our approach keeping the larger aims of education in view.
Let us be the change.
Let’s remember the dictum, ‘if there were no changes, there would be no butterflies’