Rural education facility in India many times is often bare minimum and sometimes way below the standards. Thus it is of vital importance to give a fair chance to rural children, an exposure to quality education, It is helping to bring forth hidden talent in rural India.
Our program is implemented in two pronged approach. Dealing with Science Technology and Engineering through mobile vans traveling school to school for local personalised sessions
In minivan, trained teacher’s visits schools with more than one hundred experiments designed to provide students with a hands-on learning experience that local teachers are unable to provide
While most experiments make use of our models, we also occasionally use locally-available common materials to make new models
The van visits each participating school several times a year, to maintain the curiosity and enthusiasm of students
Our teachers explain every topic using different models. Students begin to understand concepts that were harder to decipher from the pages of their textbooks
Promotion: Route to market (nearby urban / semi urban places) strategy is designed by farmers along with the NGO.
The model is passed around, as the children turn it over in their hands, examining it from all sides
Through this hands-on, experiential learning, all of their senses are engaged and they discover how and why things work the way they do
Apart from this we also hold camps, exhibits and talent search for improved experience of learningRead More
Problem of school teaching is that only 20% students understands what teacher is teaching, that is why other students does not show any interest, due to it whole academic performance goes down. Thus our Mathematics teaching is implemented through a very unique program called “Little Leaders Little Teachers” in collaboration with Vande Mataram Foundation.
Every student becomes learner and teacher through this program.
We conduct a test and select two students in every class [6th to 8th], in all the schools under the program.
These students are trained by our teachers in vacations. Daily more than 5 hours they are trained to give and conduct maths tests, teaching difficulties, how to fill progress report etc.
These students will run the same program for other students in school in similar manner.
VERTC Hyderabad staff will come twice in a year for evaluation.
Thus there is chain of students, a student who is in higher level he will teach to immediate lower level student and it goes on.
This course has 6 levels.
First level starts from basic & it gives confidence to students. Overall result of first level is to boost speed and accuracy of students in maths.
When student completes 6 levels he can solve any maths problem from almost all competitive exams. Minimum 3 years are required to complete all levels.Read More
Purpose of Aanganwadis is to prepare and implement a holistic curriculum for overall development (physical, motor and sensory; cognitive and language; personal, social and emotional; health and hygiene) of preschool children (3-6 years). Also Interventions for school readiness of preschool children in the areas of language and literacy; foundation math, creative representation, gross and fine motor skills so as to adjust to primary school in a short time
The program consists of various interventions implemented by training local village girls. Programs follows constructivism theory.
Constructivism is a theory of learning based on the idea that knowledge is constructed by the knower based on mental activity. Learners are considered to be active organisms seeking meaning.
Explores actively with all his senses
Discovers relations through direct experiences
Manipulates, transforms and combines
Chooses materials, activities and purposes
Acquires skills with tools and equipment
Take care of his own needsRead More
It is very well said "That it takes a village to raise a child". Understanding this our team has started various community programmes to enhance the culture of education and values within the kids.
Purpose of this program is to give moral education to develop good character of village children of age 3 to 10 year. Activities: Regular sessions on Value added storytelling, games, prayers and songs, study guidance for small children's and exposure visit to Govardhan Eco Village.
Bal samskar varg(kids cultural class) sessions
Life style management courses are organized for students to prepare them for the future
Catching them Young is the thinking of GRDP and resultantly, school programmemes are organized for children across Wada Taluka. Interactive activities such as eco tours, value education sessions, yoga sessions for the school for blind students are organized. Programs like Gita talent search and NSS camps are also conducted.
A by-product of this initiative is renewed and rejuvenated enthusiasm amongst teachers and students to participate and bring the best out of each student.Read More