The School Weekly - 25th September 2017

Learning Forward
TIME
The word ‘TIME’ is really very precious. Once if it has gone then it will never come back again. It is necessary to value time and give importance to it. Time has power to heal in every situation. When something doesn’t work on time I used to get irritated. Earlier I felt in the classroom that all students in a classroom should come up equally. Though I worked hard it didn’t happen. At that time I really used to get very disappointed. Thank god that I have learnt to have patience after doing Professional Development Program (PDP) that how to give time for some situations to overcome.
Here is a small example regarding TIME. Lenin, a student of Grade One who joined this year is a very shy and pampered boy. He often used to cry for small things. It was difficult for him to adjust in a new class. For me it was a challenge that how he should learn to have trust and faith in his teacher. Slowly he began to interact with teachers and mingle with his friends. As the time passed this challenge was solved but now again a new challenge of writing. When the whole class could complete their written work of one page in 15-20minutes, this boy took more than 45 minutes to complete his work. I and other teachers teaching in his class were worried because if he kept on completing his pending work, when will he play and do other activities along with his friends. I wanted to know that why this boy is not able to catch up the speed along with his age group students. When I directly spoke to his mother regarding this she told that it was a hereditary problem even his grandpa and his father also had this problem. Then I realized that he should be given time. Now after six months he has really improved and gets time to participate in all the co-curricular activities. He has also started working along with his classmates. So I feel that every child needs TIME to overcome any challenge they face and we need to have patience with every child.
ALUMNI
Ashish Saharawat (Batch 2012-13) passed the School in 2013. He was good in Sports. He participated in Inter-School and Inter-House Tournament in Football, Cricket and Basketball. He did his Hotel Management from North Shore International Academy, Auckland, New Zealand. Nowadays he is working in Novotel Auckland Airport. His message to the students is that never lose hope, keep on trying and you will surely succeed.
STAFF
Tuesday, 19th September: Staff had PDP Session on that day. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought Qualified Teachers Are Not Always Quality Teachers ’ from the book “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee”. Staff then discussed their opinions, gave their views and uploaded a writ up with graphics and photo in Alchemy of Learning 
SKILL
Ms. Vimmy Rajpurohit/ Educator gave an Assembly Talk on World Population Day. She told them what it means and the importance behind celebrating it.
World Population Day is an annual event, observed on July 11 every year, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues. The event was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program in 1989. It was inspired by the public interest in Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987, the approximate date on which the world's population reached five billion people. World Population Day aims to increase people's awareness on various population issues such as the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and human rights.
World population day is an international level awareness campaign being celebrated all over the world to call people on stage to know the reason of this exploding population year by year as well as solve the big mistake of whole human fraternity. This great awareness event is to bring a population revolution globally as well as breaking sleep of all the deeply slept people to pay their full attention and help in combating this population issue.
Don’t forget about Yourself- Feed Your Motivation
Motivation plays a huge role in our success in anything we attempt. If we want to lose weight, we take our work out to the next level. To get a promotion we must find and feed our motivation. Motivation will help maintain our focus when we hit those bumps in the road that we all hit. We may get sick while training, may spend a couple of weeks at a plateau as we as losing weight or our competition may get the first promotion. Whatever the bump in the road will happen. It’s just the way the world works, but if you want to be a successful person you have to continue feeding our motivation. -Harsha Suthar/ X/ DH
SPORT
Saturday, 23rd September: Rounak Chouhan/ XI/ DH had been selected to play at State Level for Under 17 Hockey Tournament.  She completed her training and returned on 23rd September and shared her experiences with her friends.Congratulations Rounak.
STUDY
Monday, 18th September- Saturday, 23rd September:  Students had their Half Yearly Examination.Teachers were busy with correcting copies and sharing feedback with the students. Oral Examination for Pre- Primary and Primary classes were conducted on 18th September and after their main written papers.









The School Weekly - 18th September 2017


Learning Forward
TECHNOLOGY
We're all familiar with the extravagant promises of technology: It will make our students smarter and it will do it faster and cheaper than ever before. Moreover, the promise suggests, this miracle will occur almost by osmosis. We need only place a computer in a room, stand back, and watch the magic take place. If only life were that simple and learning that easy! Now, we've entered an era in which technology is no longer an intimidating novelty. Its use in business and industry is both accepted and expected. And pressure abounds -- from the federal government, from local school boards, and certainly from the popular press -- for educators to get on board and see to it that students become technologically skilled.
First and foremost, educators want students to learn. It is certainly not enough to tell educators that they need to use the boxes and wires that have invaded their schools simply because they are expensive or because students need to know how to use the latest widget. If it's clear that technological tools will help them achieve that goal, educators will use those tools. The real world is not broken down into discrete academic disciplines. I've heard a number of teachers say that they would like to be able to change the way they teach -- to find ways to implement project-based, multidisciplinary lessons. Let's think about how that might happen when technology is used to support learning.
In such an environment, educators can encourage a diversity of outcomes rather than insisting on one right answer. They can evaluate learning in multiple ways, instead of relying predominately on traditional paper and pencil tests. And perhaps most importantly, teachers and students can move from pursuing individual efforts to being part of learning teams, which may include students from all over the world. Technology provides educators with the opportunity to move from simply streamlining the way things have always been done to really imagining things they would like to do.
Teachers must take responsibility for helping design the staff development process so that it really meets their needs -- so that it includes time to practice using the equipment, to watch teacher’s model lessons that infuse technology into the curriculum, and to mentor other teachers. Teachers are creative, intelligent people, and once they learn to use technology in their professional lives -- for keeping records, for creating documents, and for enhancing their own learning -- they will soon discover the many ways in which technology can enhance what they are doing with their students.
Finally, teachers must educate themselves on how to best use those tools to enhance teaching and learning. It is an exciting time to be teaching, and we must seize this moment to challenge ourselves, our students, our administrators, and policymakers throughout the country to help all teachers make the best use of the technology tools available to them. -Mr. Byju Joseph/ Educator
ALUMNI
Arvind Singh Sonigara ( Batch 2011-12) passed his XII from The Fabindia School and went to Udaipur to do his graduation. He finished his B.Com from B.N. College and got a job in ICICI in Jodhpur, but he left his job. Nowadays he is preparing for SSC CGL. He was good at sports. He loved to do horse-riding. Even today he misses his teachers and remembers his golden days at The Fabindia School.
STAFF
Monday, 11th September: Staff in their PDP Session had a Skype session with Chairman Mr. Sandeep Dutt who shared a video on “How to create a Blog and how to use Blogger’. Ms. Ishu Chouhan gave a demo of ‘How to create a Blog”. Then new groups and new group leaders were announced by Ms. Prerna Rathod. Discussions by the in charges took place for the Orlando Presentation.
Mr.Tarun Mishra/Sports teacher was selected as Teacher This Week for his hard work and efforts towards organizing, handling tournaments and motivating students to take part in Sports.
SKILL
Moving On
A year before, I shifted from Bombay to Rajasthan. It was to study in a co-educational school. But coming from there was really a heart breaking and disappointing news for me. I never thought that there will be time like this that I will have to live in a small village. I had grown up in Bombay with tall buildings, modern trends and new technology. I had great problem in adjusting myself here in Rajasthan. But thanks to all my friends who helped me to successfully adjust here. When I came to the school very first day, I made new friends. They were kind and good natured. They made me feel comfortable after my unexpected arrival. My classmates were cooperative and helped me to complete my notes. Well, I believe that the time that I spend in Fabindia School will help me touch heights and bring in lots of changes in me. I thank all my teachers for the motivation they have given to me. -Devika Choudhary/ X/ TH
Thurssday, 14th September: On the occasion of Hindi Language Day a Special Assembly was held in which Mr. Krishan Gopal HOD Hindi gave an Assembly Talk and wished everyone Happy Hindi Day. He recited a poem and told about the importance of Hindi Language as our National Language. Mr. Gajendra Mewara also spoke a few words on the importance of Hindi. Students of Class VIII and VII spoke about the origin and importance of Hindi. Students of Class VI recited a poem in Hindi
हिंदी दिवस
14 सितम्बर को विद्यालय में हिंदी दिवस मनाया गया। राष्ट्र-भाषा प्रचार समिति, वर्धा की घोषणा के पश्चात 1953 से हर वर्ष इसी दिन हिंदी दिवस के रूप में मनाया जाता है। केवल भारत में बल्कि विश्व के अनेक देशों में हिंदी बोली जाती है। हिंदी 50 करोड़ से भी अधिक लोगों की संपर्क भाषा है। इतना ही नहीं रूस में हिंदी फिल्मों को बड़े चाव से देखा जाता है।
हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर शुभकामनाएँ प्रेषित करते हुए श्री कृष्ण गोपालहिंदी अध्यापक ने कुछ तथ्य प्रस्तुतकिये।
1सितंबर 1949 को हिंदी संघ की राजभाषा घोषित हुई।
2.अनुच्छेद 343 में लिखा गया -संघ की राजभाषा हिन्दी होगी और लिपि देवनागरी होगी परंतु संविधान 
लागुहोने के 15 वर्ष तक अंग्रेजी का प्रयोग किया जायेगा।
3.हिंदी को लेकर उत्तर और दक्षिण में विरोध चला।
4.भारत तथा अन्य देशों के 60 करोड़ से अधिक लोग हिंदी बोलतेपढ़ते और लिखते है।
5.चीनी और अंग्रेजी के साथ-साथ हिंदी भी विशाल जन-समूह द्वारा बोली जाती है।
6.फ़िजीमोरिशसगुयानासूरीनामनेपाल जैसे देशों में अधिकतर जनता हिंदी बोलती है।
7.हिंदी केवल भाषा ही नहीं बल्कि भारतीयों की हृदय वाणी है।
8.महात्मा गांधी ने 1917 में भरुच (गुजरातमें सर्वप्रथम राष्ट्रभाषा के रूप में हिंदी को मान्यता प्रदान की।
9.राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समितिवर्धा के अनुरोध पर 1953 से 14 सितंबर हिंदी दिवस के रूप में मनाया जाने लगा।
10.गांधीजी ने हिंदी को जनमानस की भाषा कहा।
11.अमीर खुसरो ने हिंदी की खड़ी बोली में अपनी भावनाएँ व्यक्त की।
12.भारतेंदु हरिश्चंद्र ने हिंदी को मानक रूप प्रदान किया।
13.हिंदी के प्रति उत्साहित करने के लिए राजभाषा गौरव पुरस्कार तथा राजभाषा कीर्ति पुरस्कार दिया जाता है
SPORT
Monday, 11th September: Rounak Chouhan/ XI/ DH has been selected to play at State Level for Under 17 Hockey Tournament. Congratulations Rounak.
STUDY
Monday 11th September- Friday, 15th September: Revision was taken in all the classes and in all subjects for the commencing Half Yearly Examination next week. Physical Education Practical and Computer Practical was conducted in all classes. Students were seen flocked around teachers to get their problems solved.

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