Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 3
Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Monday launched the choice tutorial calendar for higher major stage to assist academics have interaction college students meaningfully throughout their keep at residence because of Covid-19.
Alternative tutorial calendars for college students, dad and mom and academics at major and higher major stage have been developed by the NCERT below the steering of the ministry.
Pokhriyal mentioned the calendar will empower college students, academics, faculty principals and oldsters to seek out new methods to take care of Covid-19 utilizing on-line educating and studying assets and can enhance studying outcomes.
He mentioned the calendar at higher major stage (lessons 6 to eight) was launched for 4 weeks earlier. Now the calendar for the subsequent eight weeks at higher major stage has been launched.
Pokhriyal mentioned that the calendar has taken into consideration various ranges of entry to instruments like cell phone, radio, tv, SMS and numerous social media.
“The undeniable fact that many could not have the Internet facility within the cell phone, or could not be capable of use totally different social media instruments — resembling whatsApp, Facebook, Google, the calendar guides academics to additional assist dad and mom and college students by way of SMS on cellphones or by way of voice name. Parents are anticipated to assist elementary stage college students to implement this calendar, Pokhriyal mentioned.
The minister mentioned this calendar would cater to the necessity of all youngsters together with these with particular wants by way of hyperlinks to audio books, radio and video programmes.
The calendar has week-wise plan consisting of actions just about theme/chapter taken from syllabus or textbook. It maps themes with the educational outcomes.
The objective of mapping is to facilitate academics and oldsters to evaluate the progress within the studying of kids and in addition to transcend textbooks.
All actions within the calendar had been suggestive not prescriptive, the minister mentioned.