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25th June 2016 – Workshop on Life Skills

The teaching faculty of SGS got an insight into the rejuvenating zone of happiness and contentment with the lively workshop conducted by Mr. Kanwalneet Singh from “PROMISE” on 25 June 2016. It was a commendable effort to focus on the numerous ways of attaining joy in all spheres of our life. The engaging activities and whole hearted participation of the listeners made the workshop intriguing and distinct in its own way. The focus on different theories of learning through a PPT and its impact on one’s life was the most active technique for handling the real-life situations. The workshop enlightened the teachers to a great extent by opening the hidden doors of learning the delightful ways of leading life.

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24th June 2016 – Gender Sensitivity

Gender is a social construct, not a biological one, and discrimination on this basis is consequently difficult to assess and to address. Distinctions based on biological sex can be measured statistically, whereas gender differentials entail more subtle distinctions on male and female roles. Achieving gender parity (equal numbers of boys and girls) in school is just one step towards gender equality in and through education.

To equip teachers with knowledge, skills and methodologies that promote gender equality, workshop was organized on 24 June 2016, conducted by the school counselor, Ms. Avantika Sharma.

The aim of the workshop was to emphasize on the fact that Gender Sensitivity is not about comparison between girls and boys. At the same time, education for gender sensitivity benefits members of both sexes.

It helped the teachers to determine which assumptions in regard to gender are valid and which are stereotyped generalizations. To facilitate better understanding, the concepts of gender, the basic terms associated like Gender Equality, Gender Equity, Gender Discrimination etc. were also discussed. Overall, the session helped to attain a Gender neutral environment and laid a strong foundation for such discussions in the future.

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23rd June 2016 – Workshop on Effective Teaching of Social Science

‘Workshops enrich our minds and enhance our potential’, so an interactive and informative workshop was conducted by ‘Mrs. Ira Sehgal’ on 23 June 2016. She has been freelancing with TOI and conducting various workshops for teachers, students and parents for the past 16 years.

The session started with a presentation on effective teaching of Social Science. Some subject specific topics were taken and teachers were encouraged to brainstorm the teaching techniques that can make teaching-learning process efficient and effective. Overt teacher, classroom and blackboard techniques, playway, quizzing etc. were some of the methods discussed. In addition, Mrs. Sehgal shared some experiences and situations faced by the teachers and suggested ways to overcome them in the best possible manner. The teachers participated in the discussions enthusiastically, citing personal examples. The workshop was an enriching experience for all the teachers where they learnt new methods & techniques. It was enthralling to see them outpouring with enthusiasm to take the learning to their classes. In a nutshell, it was an active start towards the forthcoming session.

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21st June 2016 – Workshop on Inter Personal Skills

A workshop on Inter-Personal Skills for teachers was organized on 21 June 2016 by Mr. Ranjit Mazumdar. He keenly explained the purpose of effective communication and inter-personal skills within the working of an institution.He further elaboratedonskills which help us to- attend to relationships, balance priorities versus demands, 'wants' and 'needs', and overall build a sense of mastery and self-respect.

Learning outcomes:

To enable participants to:
  • Increase confidence in planning, structuring and enhancing work productivity.
  • Effective communication with individuals and also within groups.
  • Develop work integrity and ethics to motivate and inspire others.
  • Conflict resolution

The session was interactive and teachers were quizzed on questions related to their professional dynamics which they answered very enthusiastically. They were also explained about barriers in communication and ways to overcome it.The event provided our teachers an exciting opportunity to hone their Inter-Personal skills.

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JUNE 2016 - All India Asteroid Search Campaign 2016

Since 2010, “SPACE” has been conducting All India Asteroid Search Campaign, in association with International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC pronounced "Isaac") as an educational outreach programme under the direction of Dr. Patrick Miller of Hardin Simmons University, USA.

SPACE is the only company in India which organizes this programme every year with Indian students and amateurs across India wherein the students make original discoveries of Main Belt Asteroids (MBA) among other important observations that contribute to the NASA’s Near-Earth Object (NEO) Program at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, CA). This programme enables students and amateurs to get exclusive access to astronomical images which are otherwise not accessible till the post-graduate level, and also get training in advanced data analysis and software as well as interact with international scientists, all of which builds up to an invaluable real-time research experience.

Two Globalites, Ritvik Tanwar (VIII-B) and Geetigya Joshi (IX-A) have discovered one preliminary main belt asteroid and brought laurels to the school.

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