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Indirapuram public school gzb best schools of india 21 may 2013 (2)

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Indirapuram public school gzb best schools of india 21 may 2013 (2)

  1. 1. INDIRAPURAM PUBLIC SCHOOLACHIEVING EXCELLENCE INSCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS
  2. 2. ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE INSCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS• SPARK CURIOSITY IN STUDENTS• PARTICIPATIVE LEARNING• ACHIEVE TO INSPIRE• INCUBATING GERMINATED IDEAS• FACULTY AND INFRASTRUCTURE
  3. 3. SPARK CURIOSITY IN STUDENTS• Encourage students to question everything• Nothing is beyond questioning• First principle approach to conceptbuilding, to build strong fundamentals• Believe that a deep understanding of basics isthe route to innovation and to developingscientific temper
  4. 4. PARTICIPATIVE LEARNINGTHROUGH CLUB ACTIVITIES• Robotics• Astronomy• Science• Mathematics• Multimedia• Ecology• Rain Water Harvesting• Conservation of Water - an awareness
  5. 5. ROBOTICS CLUB WONDERS
  6. 6. Astronomy Club: Understanding the Big bang!
  7. 7. ACHIEVE TO INSPIRE• No substitute for hands on experience-Innovation is risky and messy!• Getting hands dirty in trying something new• Success begets more aspirants……
  8. 8. SOME ACHIEVEMENTS…INSPIRING OTHERSSecond Runner-up in the NASA SpaceSettlement Contest 2010
  9. 9. INVITED TO REPRESENT INDIA ATINTERNATIONAL SPACE DEVELOPMENTCONFERENCE 2011
  10. 10. WINNER: DELL DIGITAL SCHOOLATHON
  11. 11. PRELIMINARY DISCOVERY OF AN ASTEROID(AHSH23)Under the International Astronomical Search Campaign
  12. 12. 2 GOLD, 3 SILVER AND 5 BRONZE ININTERNATIONAL YOUNG MATHEMATICIANSCONVENTION IN NOVEMBER 2012
  13. 13. TWO GLOBAL TEAM BERTHS IN WORLDSCHOLARS CUP COMPETITION
  14. 14. JAPAN-EAST ASIA NETWORK OF EXCHANGEFOR STUDENTS AND YOUTHS (JENESYS)
  15. 15. INCUBATING GERMINATEDIDEAS• Encourage research work• Encourage inter-disciplinary approach, eg,between Entrepreneurs and Science Clubs toevaluate viability of project
  16. 16. INCUBATING GERMINATEDIDEAS• One school sponsored student’s research, ie,a concept of an auto disease diagnositicmachine, received national honor from Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam• The student also filed a patent (PATENT APP.NO.: 3181/DEL/2011) for the innovation
  17. 17. FACULTY AND INFRASTRUCTURE• Excellent qualified and dedicated faculty- our core strength• Faculty spares no effort at preparing for lessons in order toeffectively teach concepts as well as application• Go the extra mile to ensure that more promising studentsprogress faster, through additional attention after-Schoolhours & through special projects• We encourage our students to adapt knowledge ofinternational best practices in Science to localconditions, through projects & clubs• Quality Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry andInformation Technology laboratories
  18. 18. The School does not stop at this. We do not hesitate to hire or procuremore equipment/ wherewithal to improve teaching-learning outcomesor facilitate students who need extra resources
  19. 19. INDIRAPURAM PUBLIC SCHOOL‘FUTURE READY’ IN TEACHING PEDAGOGIES &PRACTICES
  20. 20. INFUSING TECHNOLOGY IN DAYTO DAY ACTIVITY• Integrated classrooms with in-built e-smart classes• E-learning in synchronicity with regular classroom learning• Each student equipped with a Mathematics kit• Regular classroom teaching is immediately followed by its reallife applications. For e.g. grade tenth chapter “geometry” isfollowed by students designing 3-D geometric shapes inAutoCAD, Google Sketch-up etc.• Aim is to expose students to technology in day to dayfunctioning and at a very basic, grassroots level
  21. 21. Young scientists building a Mars rover
  22. 22. PROFESSIONAL ENHANCEMENT OFFACULTY: ‘TRAIN THE TRAINERS’• The School head and the Science HOD participated in aproject ‘Igniting Minds through Science and Technology’sponsored by British Petroleum in Mumbai in January2013• School also participated in a policy dialogue on ‘Scienceand Mathematics Education : The Way Forward’, at NewDelhi in January 2013, conducted by the British council inpartnership with the NCERT and UNESCO
  23. 23. FUNCTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS WITHSCHOOLS IN INDIA AND ABROAD• Actively seek international and national collaboration• Recipients of the International School Award from theBritish Council• In active partnerships with Schools in India & abroad aspart of the ‘Connecting Classrooms’ project of the BritishCouncil• We conduct Inter-school student and faculty Exchangeprogrammes• Progressing with an exchange programme with Germany
  24. 24. FUNCTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS WITHSCHOOLS IN INDIA AND ABROAD• Are actively pursuing the ‘International Award For YoungPeople’ programme• Actively pursuing the ‘Cambridge Young Learners English(YLE)’ programme• Interaction includes physical visits by students andfaculty, video conferencing with otherschools, correspondence on emails etc• Students are encouraged to share ideas and projects withthese partners, thereby enhancing their own knowledgebase.
  25. 25. ACTIVE IN PROBLEM SOLVING INLOCAL COMMUNITIES• Even as we pursue knowledge globally, we encourage studentsto participate actively in their local communities• Helps ground knowledge in local requirements & realities forimmediate application• Our students have been getting a hands-on look at problems(eg water) and working at solving these problems locally• Overall, the aim is to encourage a holistic approach to problemsolving, inter-alia encompassing engineering issues at a verypractical level
  26. 26. EQUIPS @ KGBVsIndirapuram Public school is mentoringfive Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayasin Hapur (UP), with a view to raiseeducational standards under BritishCouncil’s EQUIPS (Education QualityImprovement Pathway for School)project
  27. 27. INDIRAPURAM PUBLIC SCHOOLINCORPORATING VALUE CENTRICITY IN TEACHING-LEARNING & ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES
  28. 28. CREATING ROLE MODELS ANDENHANCING PARTICIPATION• Project SAMANVAY- involving Parents and Community
  29. 29. INFUSING GENEROSITY• Students believe in the joy of giving; are immenselyexcited to be a part of Dr. APJ Kalam’s “What can I givemission”• Students of our school teach slum children after schoolhours• Every year, our students gather books, stationery, foodand gift to Orphanages in the vicinity of the school• Helps imbibe a sense of responsibility towards thecommunity
  30. 30. PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT• Taught to regard the Earth as being held in ‘Trust’by each generation for the next• Students cover their notebooks and books withnewspapers• Children recycle paper every Wednesday for theadministrative staff to use later• Our students have made giant strides inencouraging water conservation in the localcommunity
  31. 31. Collaborative spirit
  32. 32. We believe every childis specialWe aspire to bring outthe best in every childAfter all, every focused,educated mind is anasset to the Nation

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