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Stepping	
  Stones	
  
Enhancing	
  the	
  quality	
  of	
  primary	
  
educa5on	
  
College	
  Of	
  Engineering,	
  Pune...
We	
  have	
  iniFated	
  a	
  program	
  based	
  on	
  social	
  service	
  in	
  college,	
  with	
  the	
  
support	
 ...
 	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  
•  Give	
  quali...
•  Learners	
  who	
  are	
  healthy,	
  well-­‐nourished	
  and	
  ready	
  to	
  parFcipate	
  and	
  learn,	
  and	
  
...
1.  Well	
  educated	
  teachers	
  to	
  come	
  up	
  
	
  
2.  Should	
  teach	
  whole	
  heartedly.	
  
	
  
3.  Meth...
PracFces	
  
1.  Moderate	
  Infrastructure	
  (Classrooms,	
  Benches,	
  Blackboard,	
  Water,	
  SanitaFon	
  
facility...
Overall	
  Development	
  
1.  Health	
  should	
  be	
  given	
  primary	
  importance	
  
2.  Sports	
  should	
  be	
  ...
1.  Access:	
  
	
  a.	
  Poor	
  Infrastructure	
  
	
  b.	
  Orthodox	
  Society	
  
	
  c.	
  Transport	
  Facility	
  ...
Awareness	
  
1.  Volunteers:	
  
	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  	
  -­‐NGOs	
  and	
  other	
  organizaFons	
  	
  s...
WHAT	
  WE	
  WANT	
  
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  1. 1. Stepping  Stones   Enhancing  the  quality  of  primary   educa5on   College  Of  Engineering,  Pune     TEAM:  EPOCH     1.  Ashwini  V.  Yeola   2.  Darshika  B.  Bhayani   3.  Prachi  O.  Tipole   4.  Deeksha  R.  WaBamwar   5.  Rohini  V.  Borkar  
  2. 2. We  have  iniFated  a  program  based  on  social  service  in  college,  with  the   support  of  faculty  and  colleagues.  As  a  part  of  this  program  we  used  to  visit   many  areas  with  low  faciliFes  of  educaFon  where  we  realized  the  problem   exists  in  aBaining  the  educaFon  in  proper  way  and  unfortunately  it  prevails   in  every  part  in  one  way  or  the  other.  Observing  the  difference  in   complicaFons    according  to  the  regions  we  realized  the  essence  of  different   soluFons.   We  appreciate  ‘Manthan’  for  giving  a  helping  hand  so  we  got  a  medium  to   present  ourselves  and  our  ideas.  
  3. 3.                                                       •  Give  quality  primary  educaFon  to  the  students  in  schools       •  Overall  development  of  student         •  CreaFng  awareness  about  quality  educaFon  amongst  people   ObjecFves  
  4. 4. •  Learners  who  are  healthy,  well-­‐nourished  and  ready  to  parFcipate  and  learn,  and   supported  in  learning  by  their  families  and  communiFes     •  Environments  that  are  healthy,  safe,  protecFve  and  gender-­‐sensiFve,  and  provide   adequate  resources  and  faciliFes     •  Content  that  is  reflected  in  relevant  curricula  and  materials  for  the  acquisiFon  of   basic  skills,  especially  in  the  areas  of  literacy,  numeracy  and  skills  for  life,  and   knowledge  in  such  areas  as  gender,  health,  nutriFon,  HIV/AIDS  prevenFon  and  peace     •  Processes  through  which  trained  teachers  use  child-­‐centred  teaching  approaches  in   well-­‐managed  classrooms  and  schools  and  skillful  assessment  to  facilitate  learning   and  reduce  dispariFes     •  Outcomes  that  encompass  knowledge,  skills  and  a^tudes,  and  are  linked  to   naFonal  goals  for  educaFon  and  posiFve  parFcipaFon  in  society.   Quality  EducaFon  
  5. 5. 1.  Well  educated  teachers  to  come  up     2.  Should  teach  whole  heartedly.     3.  Methodology  for  teaching  should  be  made  interesFng     4.  3D  modeling  should  be  introduced     5.  Conceptual  teaching  should  be  focused     6.  Unbiased  teachers     7.  Non-­‐violent  ways  to  be  implemented  for  punishments   Teacher  
  6. 6. PracFces   1.  Moderate  Infrastructure  (Classrooms,  Benches,  Blackboard,  Water,  SanitaFon   facility)     2.  Ground  should  be  present     3.  Providing  Textbooks,  Notebooks,  StaFonary,  etc.     4.  Peaceful  environment  near  schools     5.  Strength  of  class(1:30  teacher  student  raFo)     6.  Providing  Mid-­‐Day  meals  to  all.     7.  Ethical  and  moral  teaching  
  7. 7. Overall  Development   1.  Health  should  be  given  primary  importance   2.  Sports  should  be  introduced     3.  Various  acFviFes  should  be  introduced     4.  Knowledge  applicaFon  skills.   5.  Environment  awareness(Eg.  planFng  and  nourishing  trees,  no  liBering)  
  8. 8. 1.  Access:    a.  Poor  Infrastructure    b.  Orthodox  Society    c.  Transport  Facility       2.  ABendance:    a.  Teachers’  View    b.  Irrelevant  Subjects    c.  Economical  CondiFons       3.  ABainment:    a.  Household  Atmosphere    b.  Dull  teaching    c.  EvaluaFon   Problems    Now  
  9. 9. Awareness   1.  Volunteers:                      -­‐NGOs  and  other  organizaFons    should  come  up  to  crate  awareness  about  quality                            educaFon.                          -­‐Should  go  house  to  house  in  villages  and  rural  areas  to  create  awareness       2.  Streetplay:                        -­‐  Street  plays  showing  importance  of  educaFon.         3.  Mass  Media:                          -­‐  To  target  the  main  urban  populaFon  for  awareness  in  quality  of  educaFon  
  10. 10. WHAT  WE  WANT  
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