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    DEALING WITH EXAM STRESS AND ANXIETY 

A  webinar was organized by Manodarpan - Ministry Of Education  on Dealing With Exam Stress and Anxiety . The webinar was held on 22nd Feb at 2 pm . Ms I.S. Changsan , Prof Anjum Sibia , Ms Rama Sharma , Mr Jitender Nagpal and Dr Sudha Acharya were the  key speakers of the event .The session focused on students mental health which is the main concern for all the schools and parents. 

The session highlighted upon stress and negative emotions eg anger, anxiety , sadness etc . They gave ways by which students can enhance positive emotions in our daily life example - Positive visualization. It’s a very powerful technique for stress management.

The session also included the concept of Peer learning -introducing  role model students. Some of them shared their ways of dealing with stress.  Other than this it also focused on the importance of Physical exercise, diet and time management. 

Students found the webinar to be very motivational . Overall, it was a very informative and an enriching experience. 

    CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING)

    Reason, observation and experience are the holy trinity of science!

    In view of the National Science Day on 28th Feb, the junior wing celebrated science and the spirit of science by doing various activities and experiments in their online classes and at home. Each experiment was carefully planned keeping in mind the standard sequence ie. the objective, the hypothesis, the experiment, recording of data and finally the conclusion drawn. The fun filled week-long event was conducted from 22nd Feb to 26 Feb 2021.

    Students of UKG were not to be left behind as they donned their scientist hats and went about checking whether their objects were going to sink or float in water. As leaves floated  and pebbles sank, the little ones soon concluded that everything doesn’t float and some objects which are heavier will sink!

    Class 1 students chose to observe a common house plant like tulsi or rose. They looked out for features like thickness/ hardness of the stem, colour/ texture/ shape/ smell of  the leaves and size of the plant etc.  They came to the conclusion that stems are usually brown and hard while  leaves are (usually) green and soft. The children also concluded that a happy plant has bright upright leaves and a sad plant has droopy leaves !

    Class 2 students included colour mixing in their science experiment called ‘Travelling Colours’. They used 2 glasses of coloured water and some folded tissue paper to make the water ‘travel’ to an empty glass. And VOILA! The colour that they got was a different one! It was a very interesting observation and the students were all wide eyed with the magical science and left wondering ‘Is that how ice-creams, candies, toys, paints and lipsticks etc have so many NEW colours?’

    The students of Class 3 took up the topic of ‘Ice Melt’ experiment in which they tried to find out which object is most useful in order to melt the ice quickly. They used salt, sugar, lemon juice and water. The students kept a watch on their ice cubes and recorded the time taken up by each piece of ice to melt. Their experiment led to the discovery that salt melts ice pretty fast. It was an interesting conclusion because in many countries, salt is sprinkled on snow to melt it and clear up the main roads, footpaths and home entrance etc.

    Class 4 students followed the scientific theory behind solubility of different substances found in the kitchens. They used turmeric, salt, sugar, oil etc to test whether each substance  would dissolve or not .Water was used as the medium. They vigorously swirled their spoons and waited patiently for it to settle so that they could record their observation. Finally, they concluded that all objects do not dissolve in water.  And oil doesn’t dissolve, but floats on top! Hmm… no wonder the fishes die when there is an oil spill in the ocean waters! This is a very useful observation especially for climate science!

    Which bridge is the strongest? Posed with this question, the students of Class 5 tested the strength of various bridges in the experiment ‘Building bridges’. They folded paper into various shapes and tested it’s strength using coins (representing vehicles). For balancing purpose, books were used on the two ends to manage the paper bridge. The students counted the coins which they could place before the bridge collapsed. Recording of observations was done as to which type of bridge was holding maximum number of coins. Hence, they arrived at the conclusion that triangular shapes have a lot of strength and can bear maximum weight. No wonder ‘triangle’ is the favourite shape of architects and used in the constructions of bridges, electrical towers, internet towers all around the world!

    Overall it was a fun filled ‘science in the air’ week where children used the ‘hands-on’ approach to learn how scientists use observation to collect and record data, which enables them to  develop and test various theories.

    The important thing is to never stop questioning – Albert Einstein

      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)
      CELEBRATING SCIENCE ( JR WING) (22-26 FEB)

      WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY

      Mechanical Transport Section of WAC Unit organized a workshop on Road safety for the students of class XI on 16th February, 2021. The workshop was organized under the guidance of Gp. Capt. Sanjay Dubey. 

      Sgt. S.K.Singh conducted the workshop which apprised the students about road safety rules, importance of wearing ISI marked helmets, wearing of seat belt and usage of pavement for walking. They were guided about the speed limit and importance of following the traffic signals   

      During the question answer session, to encourage the students, pens were given to those students who answered their questions on road safety ,correctly.

        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)
        WORKSHOP ON ROAD SAFETY (16 FEB 21)

        Five  students of class 9th attended an Internet Awareness webinar organized by Nehru Planetarium With Experts from ” Jagoo Teen Organization” on February 09, 2021 . Keeping the need of today’s youth in mind the Internet Safety webinar included guidelines on how to stay safe, online.

        Feedback on “Together for a better Internet” workshop

        Webinar - Be a Responsible Netizen

        The webinar was very informative as it briefed everyone on how to stay safe from the cyber related crimes, cyber bullying, and other cyber related problems. It also talked about how excess usage of internet brings about behavioral change, and development of bad habits in people. It told us about the De-addiction Centers, which have come up to deal with these issues. They schooled us on how to stay safe while surfing the internet and also on how to pass on this knowledge to others, to make the internet a safer place.

        Aditya Kushwaha, IX A

        The webinar was very informative and interesting. I have learnt the rules that to be followed on Internet. Teachers were resourceful and make us understand the importance of  internet safety with the help of some examples. The workshop was interactive with colourful presentation and easy to grasp information. I liked the webinar very much.

        Nakul Tanwar, IX B

        The webinar was full of knowledge about the basic and main etiquettes and responsibilities of the netizens, members of the association told us about all the precautions and steps to be taken while using online means of service and they also told about many steps that should be taken while doing online transactions and while using social media platforms, They even explained us about how to deal with cyber bullying, The even added how to use online games with full safety. I liked the way they answered all the queries of the students and even involved them in the discussion, many of my queries were solved and I am sure that these steps and precautions given by the members of Jagoo teens will help me in my further life. And at the end of the workshop we all even took a netizen’s pledge.Lastly want to conclude by saying that I am very thankful to my teachers and school authority for providing me with such an opportunity of attending such an amazing and helpful webinar organized by Jagoo teens. Thank you,

        Swati, IX C

        I found it a very informative and well-explained webinar. They told us about some key measures for using the internet safely. With the help of videos and real-life examples, they told us about some common ways by which cybercriminals attack people. The stats that they showed us about cybercrime shocked me. This made me more alert and careful while being on the internet.

        Garv Jain, IX-D

        Internet as we all know is an essential part of our everyday life. However, there is no guarantee that it is completely safe. On 9th February, 2021, Nehru Planetarium collaborated with some mentors of Jaago Teen and an online workshop was held.

        Real life examples were given, certain videos were shown and the topics, rules, guidelines were discussed briefly. As we were proceeding with the meeting, many other people who had interacted with Jaago Teen before represented their views and talked.

        It was remarkably thrilling and informative. It was rightfully demonstrated that internet safety is much more important than any number of likes or followers.

        Daizal Dandona, IX E

          MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)

          A sentence is a complete thought. It must have a capital letter at the beginning, a full stop at the end and a correct structure with arrangement of words. As students have become familiar with sentence construction by now they were given an opportunity to frame sentences in a creative way. This fun-filled English Activity was organized for class I students on 01 Feb 2021.  They picked up different words of their choice and made different sentence chains with paper. As students now can identify parts where they can expand their sentence by adding different words. They played with the paper chains to expand sentences in different ways.

          All students  took part in this activity enthusiastically  and showcased their learning.

            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)
            MY WORDS BRACELET- CLASS I ENGLISH ACTIVITY (01 FEB 2021)

             REPORT ON WEBINAR WITH SHOBHIT NIRWAN

             A webinar was organized by the St Stephen College of Delhi University  on 31st January with Mr Shobhit Nirwan. He  is  India's most Loving Educator with more than four lakh subscribers on youtube . He is currently pursuing  his engineering from IIIT – Vadodara .

            The webinar was attended by the interested students of classes XI and XII . In the webinar the speaker spoke about his journey to becoming youth sensation . He gave practical guidance to the students to follow their  passion in life by sharing his journey in life and the challenges that came his way . He motivated the audience to have big goals in life and encouraged them to always have self belief.

            Overall the webinar was very interesting and motivating.

            STUDENT FEEDBACK:

            Disha Anand - “one important thing that I learnt was in order to be successful its not that important to be an IITian , one can be successful in any field.”

            Shawoli - “The Webinar organized by St Stephen College of Delhi University with Mr Shobit Nirwan was very helpful very motivating . Shobhit sir gave us an insight about his journey and how he started his youtube channel and the role of his parents in this journey .
            Shobhit sir was very friendly unlike other motivators who speak in a more professional manner, Shobhit sir seemed like a friendly senior who was sharing his own experiences and motivating us , his way of speaking is what makes him different than others.
            Overall the webinar was very helpful , interesting,motivating and fun”.

            S. Nivetha - " The webinar was interesting and also helped us to choose our career and at the same time following our passion. Shobit sir also expressed his personal experince with us and it also gave us a overview of college life . Overall it was a benefiting webinar".

              INTERNET SAFETY WEBINAR

              Five  students of class 7th attended an Internet Awareness webinar organized by Nehru Planetarium With Experts from ” Jagoo Teen Organisation” on January 29, 2021 . Keeping the need of today’s youth in mind the Internet Safety webinar included guidelines on  ‘Think before you post’ and how it makes a difference

              • How  to stay alert and safe in the online world.
              • To share unpleasant online experiences with trusted adults.
              • To be a responsible Netizen and to respect rules online.
              • How to stay safe even during Online Gaming and avoid clicking on random links.
              • Not to talk about emotions and state of mind on online platforms.
              • Not to indulge in cyberbullying
              • How to create a strong password?
              • What is plagiarism and why should copyright be respected? 

               

              FEEDBACKS

              Session was very helpful and it covered several topics like online game which images usually play ask permission that is personal like your location and your account then you should immediately delete the game and you have to be cautious that you are not creating a account on social media or a Gmail if you are under age and it also talked about cyber bullying that if you are bleed don't be a a bi standard as usually we don't tell our elders assuming their reactions but we have to tell even if it is our mistake and we should not post any photos that our family doesn't allows to on social media and this is called grandmother's rule.And we also discussed that there are many fake accounts which usually send friend request and people on  friend list should only be them whom we know and have met and then we talk that it there is a virtual and the real world from where 4.7 billion is virtual and on internet. The session was very interesting all the questions were taken at the end of the session and answered. I really like the way a where we were doing open discussion and the session was fabulous. thank you

              Angel, VII E

              *Feedback on Today's Workshop: "Together a better Internet"*

              The workshop was very informative and an eye opener. It had beautiful illustrations which caught the eye and conveyed the required message. The way of presenting the information was very simple and easily understandable. I am much more aware now and will be even more alert and careful on the internet.

              Kavya Prakash, VII-A

              The webinar was intresting yet informative which included learning about internet safety through stories, case studies, experiences and ppts. It helped us understand the benefits and advantages of internet whereas the teachers also guided us about the black side of internet. There were new terms we got to know about and had detailed discussion with the teachers. Thanks to the Jaago teens team which took the initiative to help teens overcome any problems and dark memories in the cyber world and with the detailed discussion and question and answer session we got know about the point of view of different people which can be utilized in our life

              Ayannya Ghosh VII D

              I enjoyed the way teachers taught us about cyber safety. It was child friendly and very attractive too. I loved the topic of cyberbullying and setting passwords but, I personally think that they should’ve also added the topic of different types of viruses which are used to hack social media accounts and also suggesting any tips that how should we tackle them if our account is hacked by strangers. The teachers were very gentle, noble and polite. It was wonderful appearing in the webinar and I suggest everyone to attend it as it is very helpful… THANK YOU

              Name: - Aarush D Bansal   Class: - VII

                    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF COMMEMORATION IN THE
                MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST:
                SPREADING EDUCATION AND AWARENESS

                AN INTERECTION WITH STUDENTS ON HOLOCAUST

                Date:         Friday  29th January 2021

                THEME:    Facing the Aftermath:

                Resource Persons

                1. Opening and introduction by: Mr. Rajiv Chandra- Moderator and officer in charge United Nations Information center.
                2. Welcome address by: Mr. Stephane Amalir- Director Alliance Francaise de Delhi.
                3. UN secretary – General    ANTONIO GUTERRES  video massage.
                4. Introduction to the ANNE FRANK’s dairy by: Ms. Ilona Domanskaa, Second Secretary , Embassy of the kingdom of Netherlands.
                5. Ms. Rony Yedidia clein
                6. Mr. Eric Falt
                7. Mr. Jakub Horvath
                8. Ms. Sarah Hasselbarth

                Brief Introduction of the webinar

                1. Introduction about Holocaust.
                2. Sufferings of Jews by NAZI. Provided with films , virtual exhibitions and educational resources for the students’.
                3. The main aim of the webinar was to end Racism through Education.
                4. In the end the students asked questions to different panelists- Representatives from the UN and collaborating diplomatic missions.
                5. The   webinar ended with vote of thanks  the closing remark – “END RACISM THROUGH EDUCATION”

                The webinar was attended by the following students:

                1. Akshat choudhary IXD

                2. Aryan NAMDEO IXD

                3. Garv Jain IXD

                4. Maneet Kaur IXD

                5. Rudransh Tanvar IXD

                6. Sneha Malik IXD

                7. Arpit Shukla IXD

                8. Gauransh Singh IXD

                9. Prakriti Gupta IXD

                10. Pranay Khanna IXA

                11. Vaibhav Srivastav IXD

                Teacher Incharge – NISHU NIGAM( TGT SOCIAL SCIENCE )

                The webinar was very informative. It gave the complete introduction of the Holocaust – the attempt by NAZI Germany and its collaborations to murder the Jews of the Europe.

                Around 6 million people were killed because of holocaust.

                In the end students were asked to respect all religions and races by fostering -religious equality, prevent violence, reconciliation, peaceful societies and developmental goals.

                  Math Week  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)

                     ‘The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics’ Paul Halmos

                  Math is an integral part of our daily lives. Math activities not only help in making the subject more lively enjoyable but also enhance conceptual understanding. The Junior School  Math Week is a special event where all the classes form UKG-V indulge in a celebration of Math. This year the event was organised from 27-29 Jan. 2021.

                  The little ones of UKG played with shapes and made colourful ‘shape robots’. In the process they learnt about various mathematical shapes, colours, body parts  and refined their motor skills too. The children posed with their multi-coloured robots with smiling faces.

                  Class I students integrated Math with Art and made bright and colourful flowers with simple math facts written in each petal. The centre of attraction was to be a number between 1-100. The activity ’Blooming numbers’ helped the little ones to understand the different concepts of numbers. 

                  Class II students picked up real objects from their surroundings and used them as non - standard units of measurement for the activity ‘Measurement is Fun’.

                  Ideas flowed fast as children came up with various interesting suggestions which could be used to measure a certain length. They portrayed their creative measurement units on sheets and recorded their observations on the sheets.

                  Class III students built a ‘House of Facts’ using multiplication and division facts. Their house was also built of mathematical shapes only. The children learnt how to play around with number facts and made small little ‘fact families’. The children thoroughly enjoyed building houses with numbers! 

                  The students of Class IV had a fun time weighing objects in the ‘Weigh to Go’ activity. The students had also made weighing balance with the help of clothes hangar. The objective was to use these hand -made weighing scales to measure simple household objects with toffees as non -standard weights. The students were very excited and had lots of fun recording their ‘sweet’ measurements! 

                  The activity ‘How I spend my Day’ for students of class V brought about a strategic change in the thinking of the students as they had to make a list of activities that take up an entire day of  24 hours. They also learnt how to fold a circle in 12 parts without using a scale and then presented their work in the form of colourful  pie charts. It was a thoughtful activity designed to inculcate management of time amongst students.

                  All the students thoroughly enjoyed doing the activities and a sense of achievement could be felt in the wonderful artistic work presented by them with clear observations, methodical data recording, careful colouring, cutting, folding and pasting work.

                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    MATH WEEK (JR SCHOOL)  ( 27-29 Jan. 2021)
                    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle "