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  • Ramayan of Ramananadsagar & mahabhart B R Chopra enriched the children then the briefRamayan and brief Mahabharat chapters were removed from CBSE curriculum
  • Three Zen masters are walking across a field, the youngest among them notices a flag tied to a pole. He draws the attention of his two companions and says, ‘Look, how the flag moves.’ The middle aged master pats the younger on the back and says, ‘My boy, can’t you see it is not the flag that moves. It is the wind that moves.’ The old master who had been listening to the other two in silence softly says, ‘If you have insight, you will see that it is neither the flag nor the wind that moves. It is the mind that moves.’
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven: Beethoven’s music teacher once commented: As a composer, he is hopeless. Beethoven went on to become one of the greatest composers, composing some of his best pieces when he was completely deaf.
  • No one in history had run a 4 minute mile. Many tried, tried, but no one succeeded …. On March 16, 1954 a young medical student at Oxford University- Roger Bannister, stepped onto the track ran a mile in 3:59:4 and made history. A goal that took more than 1000 years to achieve was broken in just 46 days another runner motivated by Bannister’s achievement. Today breaking the 4 minute mile is commonplace. Now it is yours opportunity to head the call to achieve your dreams, whether big or small. You can be a trailblazer. Trailblazers are leaders who see and create new paths in achieving professional goals and personal dreams by releasing fears and accepting their true self-expression. Trailblazers set expectation based on the future, not the past on opportunities not limitations.
  • Future school modi public school

    1. 1. Building responsible citizens for a better tomorrow
    2. 2.  To predict the next 100 years, just recollect the people of 1900 had in predicting the world of 2000. We could show them rockets that can explore the moon and planets, MRI scanners that can peer inside the living body and cell phones that can put us in touch with anyone on the planet and can send moving images and messages instantly across the continents. Anyone, anywhere, anytime able to talk, write and send audio and visual to anyone else. Today, if we could somehow visit our ancestors and show them the gift of modern science and technology, we would be viewed as magicians.
    3. 3.  Predictions for the future, with a few exceptions, have always underestimated the pace of technological progress. Today, we have become choreographers of the dance of nature, able to tweak the laws of nature here and there. But by 2100, we will make the transition to being masters of nature. By 2100, our destiny is to become like the Gods we once worshipped and feared.
    4. 4. Many of today's job titles, and the skills needed to fill them, simply did not exist 20 years ago.      Education systems need to consider what skills today's students will need in future and teach accordingly. First Generation: VacuumTubes (Information doubled in 50 years) Second Generation:Transistors (in 25 years) Third Generation: Integrated Circuits Fourth Generation: Microprocessors Fifth Generation: Artificial Intelligence: nanotechnology (in 10 hours) ( in 10 years) ( in 11 months)
    5. 5.      Lungs And Kidneys Artificial Brain Cells Synthetic Muscles Artificial Eye Implant Artificial Brain 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035
    6. 6. Globalization Robotization We live in an age of technology where children in our schools often know more about technology than their teachers Computers reach the speed of 20 quadrillion instructions per second, equal to the human brain Digitalization Automation
    7. 7.  In the second most populous nation on the planet, with the second biggest educational system in the world The number of years a person has spent in school is a dismal 4.4 years for India as compared to global average of 7.4 and 4.6 for South Asia.
    8. 8. Best Idea will not work unless you work on IDEA
    9. 9. We make a difference in the lives of their students by Changing Teaching Practices
    10. 10. Finnish children don't start school until they are 7. They rarely take exams or do homework till 15 then only one mandatory standardized test at 16. The difference between weakest and strongest students is the smallest in the World.  Finland has become the icon of classroom success, the repetitive winner of top results in a global ranking of national school systems 
    11. 11. In 1965, Singapore gained its independence from Britain, it was a poverty-stricken place with a population largely uneducated, and many of whom were opium addicted. Today, it is a global hub of trade, finance and transportation.  In Singapore, prospective teachers a well-paid profession come from a pool of the best graduates.  In China, Optimum user of technology in education even far ahead than USA. 
    12. 12.  the discovery was made because people were able to recognize the significance of something they had never seen before!  Charles Good Year saw in a dream: Combine sulfur with the rubber for vulcanization, to process rubber for tires.  Discovery – 50 photographers (No degree but dare to click in front of wild lives)
    13. 13.  An Idea of Edison To make Bulb Removed the Darkness of Night In his early years, teachers told Edison he was “too stupid to learn anything.” Work was no better, as he was fired from his first two jobs for not being productive enough. Even as an inventor, Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. Of course, all those unsuccessful attempts finally resulted in the design that worked.
    14. 14.  A great genius Einstein did not speak until he was 4 and did not read until he was 7, causing his teachers and parents to think he was mentally handicapped, slow and anti-social. Eventually, he was expelled from school and was refused admittance to the Zurich Polytechnic School. The Nobel Prize recipient and changing the face of modern physics: Theory of Relativity
    15. 15. •Few know that the world’s most iconic tech Steve Jobs was Reed college, Portland dropout; in 1976 started Apple. Do what you love Bill Gates world’s richest man-dropout from Harvard University in 1975 and started Microsoft – the world largest software company. However, in 2007 Harvard University awarded him with an honorary degree. Rabindranath Tagore recipient of Nobel in literature was educated at home. At 17, he was sent to England for formal schooling, but he dropped out and did not finish his studies
    16. 16.  Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor because, “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn’t last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. Today Disney rakes in billions from merchandise, movies and theme parks around the world named Disney Land.
    17. 17. In October 1959, the United State felt deeply humiliated by the launching of the soviet spaceship Sputnik.  The question was asked, How did this happen? How did the United state with all its technological capabilities, all its talent, and all its money, not achieve the goal of being first in space?  Let’s recall the events of May 25, 1961. President John F Kennedy gave a speech and said: “I believe this nation should commit itself to achieve the goal before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning himself to Earth 
    18. 18.  Neil A Armstrong Reporting: “One small step for man, one giant step for mankind.” As came down the ladder from the lunar module Eagle, he made the above statement. This historic event, which included Edwin E Aldrin, Jr. and Michael Collins as the other astronauts, is burned into the memories of all who observed it.
    19. 19. A question on a physics exam at the University of Copenhagen: "Describe how to determine the height of a skyscraper with a barometer." One student replied: "You tie a long piece of string to the neck of the barometer, then lower from the roof of the skyscraper to the ground. The length of the string plus the length of the barometer will equal the height of the building." This highly original answer so incensed the examiner that he failed the student who immediately appealed on the grounds that his answer was indisputably correct.
    20. 20.    The university appointed an independent arbiter to decide the case. The arbiter ruled that the answer was indeed correct, but did not display any noticeable knowledge of physics. It was decided to call the student in and allow him six minutes in which to provide a verbal answer which showed at least a minimal familiarity with the basic principles of physics. For five minutes the student sat in silence, forehead creased in thought. The arbiter reminded him that time was running out, to which the student replied that he had several extremely relevant answers, but couldn't make up his mind which to use. On being advised to hurry up the student replied: First, you could take the barometer up to the roof of the skyscraper, drop it over the edge, and measure the time it takes to reach the ground. The height of the building can then be worked out from the motion equation. "But, Sir, I wouldn't recommend it as Bad luck on the barometer."
    21. 21. If the sun is shining you could measure the height of the barometer, then set it on end and measure the length of its shadow. Then you measure the length of the skyscraper's shadow, and thereafter it is a simple matter of proportional geometry to work out the height of the skyscraper. "But, Sir, if you wanted to be highly scientific about it, you could tie a short piece of string to the barometer and swing it like a pendulum, first at ground level and then on the roof of the skyscraper. The height is worked out by the difference in a gravitational formula.  If the skyscraper has an outside emergency staircase, it would be easier to walk up it and mark off the height of the skyscraper in barometer lengths, then add them up."
    22. 22.  You could use the barometer to measure the air pressure on the roof, and on the ground, and then convert the difference in mill bars into feet to give the height of the building."  But • The student was Niel Bohr, the only Dane ever to win the Nobel Prize in physics. since we are constantly being exhorted to exercise independence of mind and apply scientific methods, undoubtedly the best way would be to knock on the janitor's door and say to him 'If you would like a nice new barometer, I will give you this one if you tell me the height of this skyscraper'.
    23. 23. To get best we should provide best environment at Home and school too  Even Mr. Obama have been worried his daughter: How come every time you go out you come home late? She said: I can take care of myself!  Would you please commit that if you are going to be late you will call. But sometimes I can’t, what if I forget?  NEVER start a sentence with the word YOU when speaking with your teen. YOU creates blame and personalizes the issue on them. Your Children are not your pet, so follow like him. They come through you but for their own life, not from you.  SHARPEN YOUR AXE
    24. 24.  Most people wouldn’t believe that a man often lauded as the best basketball player of all time was actually cut from his high school basketball team. He missed more than 9,000 shots in his career. Even lost almost 300 games. On 26 occasions he has been entrusted to take the game winning shot, and he missed. He has failed over and over and over again in his life. And that is why he succeed.”
    25. 25.    I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was. I hated every minute of training, but I said, 'Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion. I never thought of losing, but now that it' s happened, the only thing is to do it right.
    26. 26. prepare to deal with Global changes  bringing knowledge alive,  sparking imagination,  creating possibility and  caring environment. 