Objectives of the Project    *The   main objective of the project was to create     awareness amongst students about child...
Curriculum StandardsThis project was intended to allow grade 5 students to understandthe importance of Childhood Diabetes ...
Essential question
Unit Questions   Q1. What is diabetes?   Q2. What are the symptom of diabetes?   Q3. What is the function of insulin?   Q4...
The learning objectives are:*understand the child diabetes (Type1)*To find causes of diabetes and how can we safe ourneigh...
Monthly Report of Group A Survey                               Child AreaS.no   Name        Father’s   Age    Weight      ...
Teaching StrategiesCooperative group workUse of ICT to communicate knowledge and understandingUse of thinking toolsOpen en...
• Library• CDs• LCD Projector      • Digital camera• Stationery items   • Internet connection• Printer            • DVDs• ...
Creativity          Art and craft/drawingCommunication       Listening, viewing and respondingTeam Work           Students...
The project involved thefollowing steps:• Briefing of students•Formation of groups of mixedability•ICT training•Research b...
In the early part of 20th century, nutritional deficiencies and infectious disorders were the most prevalent health proble...
The students carried out internet andlibrary research on Child Care (Childhood Diabetes).They collected information on Typ...
Pancreatic duct                  Pancreas
STAGE                      TEST            Fasting plasma     2-Hour Oral            Glucose(FPG)       Glucose           ...
Right Hepatic Duct        Left Hepatic Duct    Liver                    Pancreas                                 StomachGa...
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* The project has given an importance of childcare* It has created an awareness about Childhood diabetes.* Food habits cha...
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  1. 1. Objectives of the Project *The main objective of the project was to create awareness amongst students about childhood diabetes • prevention of life long diseases •Motivate them to follow DIET Chart •Retune Exercises •Requested to avoid self medicine •Proper check up for their illness
  2. 2. Curriculum StandardsThis project was intended to allow grade 5 students to understandthe importance of Childhood Diabetes through Child Care.The students will be divided into a teams of 8 students .
  3. 3. Essential question
  4. 4. Unit Questions Q1. What is diabetes? Q2. What are the symptom of diabetes? Q3. What is the function of insulin? Q4. What are the side effects of diabetes? Q5. What are the dangerous factors of diabetes? Q6. What are the food habits should follow the diabetes? Q7. How many way to diagnose the blood glucose level.
  5. 5. The learning objectives are:*understand the child diabetes (Type1)*To find causes of diabetes and how can we safe ourneighborhood child from diabetes.* To bring awareness about the need of attentionabout antibiotics.* To use food chart and regular exercises.*To organize awareness of increasing child diabetesin school, at home and in the neighborhood
  6. 6. Monthly Report of Group A Survey Child AreaS.no Name Father’s Age Weight Majour Consulted Result of the name weight improved Disease Doctor Child /Losses s Found01 Priya velu 3yrs improved isnopil Dr.selvakumar Amoxlin 8kg given02 Akash murugan 8ys improved cough Dr.selvakumar 17kg03 Abibaya sankar 4yrs improved Type1 Dr.shiyamala Daily 16.4kg diabetes insulin04 vadavelli govindar 7yrs improved cold Dr.selvakumar aj 18kg05 Akash Murugan 8yrs normal normal 20kgs06 Akshitha kannan 5yrs improvem cough Dr.selvakumar 17.5kg ent
  7. 7. Teaching StrategiesCooperative group workUse of ICT to communicate knowledge and understandingUse of thinking toolsOpen ended tasks Grouping StrategiesThe class was divided into a groups of 8 studentseach of mixed gender, ability and skills.
  8. 8. • Library• CDs• LCD Projector • Digital camera• Stationery items • Internet connection• Printer • DVDs• Scanners • Banners etc
  9. 9. Creativity Art and craft/drawingCommunication Listening, viewing and respondingTeam Work Students worked in groups of mixed gender and abilityCritical thinking Inquiry based research and awareness on Increasing child diabetes in IndiaInitiative Organizing awareness campaign in the school and neighborhood.Problem solving Solving the problem of regular check , self meditation problems.
  10. 10. The project involved thefollowing steps:• Briefing of students•Formation of groups of mixedability•ICT training•Research by students•Survey•Awareness campaign
  11. 11. In the early part of 20th century, nutritional deficiencies and infectious disorders were the most prevalent health problemsof the economically underprivileged an developing countries. It was generally believed that chronic degenerative disorderswere virtually nonexistent.Observation by astute clinicians in the earlier years followedby school surveys by research teams proved that rheumaticdiseases are one of the most common chronic disorders ofchildhood in India. The story of Childhood diabetes is notdifferent either. Many physicians and pediatricians stillbelieve and teach that childhood diabetes is rare. S.ABINAYA U.K.G.,Determinants and clinical profile of childhood diseasesMellitus in India and a lot more work is still needed todayto improve the health care of these children in our country.
  12. 12. The students carried out internet andlibrary research on Child Care (Childhood Diabetes).They collected information on Type1 and Type2Diabetes.They prepared diet chart and child health surveythe surrounding families.
  13. 13. Pancreatic duct Pancreas
  14. 14. STAGE TEST Fasting plasma 2-Hour Oral Glucose(FPG) Glucose Tolerance TestDiabetes >126mg/dl >200mg/dlPre-diabetes >100 and <140and <126mg/dl <200mg/dlNormal <100mg/dl <140mg/dl
  15. 15. Right Hepatic Duct Left Hepatic Duct Liver Pancreas StomachGalbladderCystic Duct Common Hepatic Duct Pancreatic Duct Common Ble Duct
  16. 16. FIRST STAGE SECOND STAGE THIRD STAGE
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  18. 18. 8070605040 199830 20052010 0 HI UPPER MIDDLE LOW
  19. 19. 160140120100 80 ROLL-138 60 ABSENT 40 20 0 JUNE JULY AUGUST
  20. 20. 160140120100 80 ROLL/138 60 ABSENT 40 20 0 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10
  21. 21. * The project has given an importance of childcare* It has created an awareness about Childhood diabetes.* Food habits changed thru regular observation of our team members.*It reduced the students absentees in class room due to illness.Like fever cold and cough* They learnt Proper consultation about the diseases and treatment.(Educated self medicine dangerousness.)*Parents are understood the importance of Regular exercise*Parents known Seriousness and symptom of disease identified.*The surveying method given very good relation between Parent TeacherAnd students.*New admission of my school improved due to this survey. Because allStudents are healthy and wealthy.
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