According to the official release, the focus of the series will be on clarifying NEP and demonstrating how it can be applied effectively in schools.
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“The goal is to teach our students creativity, thinking outside the box, conceptual understanding and how to learn. In pursuit of this goal, CBSE and IIT Gandhinagar are collaborating to bring the Eklavya series to the fore,” the official said. The series will feature numerous activities, projects, models that help in conceptual understanding of various topics, thought provoking questions, assignments that encourage creative thinking outside the box such as why Neeraj Chopra throws a spear at 36 degrees and inspires DIY (do it yourself) using local ingredients Project videos that relate the curriculum to life.
The registration process began on September 10, 2021, and has been compulsory and free ever since. The first episode will be shown on September 26 and will focus on the movements of Neeraj Chopra and Newton.
The content will be of different levels and will include subjects of science and mathematics curriculum from sixth grade to twelfth grade.
Live episodes can be seen on CCL IITGN’s official YouTube page.
It said, “Certificates of participation in all modules and certificates of eligibility for the entire course will cost Rs 100 and tax.”
Therefore, students of this grade should take this opportunity to register and participate for conceptual clarity and enjoyable learning.
“All principals are requested to take this opportunity to meet the required professional development deadline for their teachers by requesting teachers to enroll in this course. Hours of Teacher Training / Capacity Building Program,” it added.
CBSE further said that the series will help equip students and teachers with scientific temperament and core competencies.
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