When the entire world has been caught in the grip of a fatal pandemic resulting in shutting down of real classrooms, the spirit of the educators at K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K. II has not weakened. They continue to spread the light of knowledge and understanding through their virtual school online classes. Not only this, the school is also conducting regular tests through Google forms to evaluate the comprehension and retention of the students.
The school held its first Multiple Assessment in the subject English via a Reading Activity. The students were supposed toprepare an extract of the poem, ‘The Brook’ by Alfred Tennyson. They were judged on the criteria of Expression, Voice Modulation and Fluency. This proved to be extremely thrilling as it was the first-of-its-kind test conducted in the subject.
In Hindi, interesting and informative PPTs were made for the chapters which aimed to make the class more interactive and livelier. Grammar concepts in German language were elaborately explained by the subject teacher. Students learnt to make graphs in Mathematics via a stimulating power point presentation. The beautiful integration of Art in Mathematics,was a thought-provoking concept, and fueled the inquisitiveness of the students towards it.
Students performed an activity to demonstrate the phenomenon of Condensation in Science. Artificial Intelligence, a skill-based class, has also gone down well with the students and their parents. was also introduced this week. Physical Fitness and Fine Art classes found a warm welcome amidst students. Regular assessment of Homework and assignments were done to encourage learning. Encouraging feedback and response continued to pour in to extend support and encouragement.