The School Weekly - 4th December 2017

Professional Development for Teachers 
In the changing times, with the growing importance of education, it has become equally important to mould the educators too to be able to deliver the best. Professional development of teachers is what comes to rescue. Professional development implies over all development and improvements in the existing skills of teachers. This can be done either by conducting some one day workshops or organizing daily learning activities in the school campus rather than sending them for outside trainings.
Professional development assumes great role when it comes to the increasing competition not only among students but also their educators. One needs to be at par the current updates and trends to be able to deliver the best to the students. The ability to be best doesn't come from being well rewarded with degrees but holistic growth achieved through professional development.
The Fabindia schools initiative of coming up with a PDP model is a great example of boosting teachers skills and capabilities to turn out not just great teachers but as great mentors. --Ajay Vijaywargi/ Educator
(ED: Editor & BS: Brijpal Singh)
ED: What is your name?
BS: My name is Brijpal Singh.
ED: Which was your batch year?
BS: My batch year was 2006?
ED: Who were your batch mates?
BS: My batch mates were Pushpendra Singh,Yogendra,Ajaypal,Rahul Sharma, Raguveer Singh.
ED: Have you ever participated in any activities, tournaments?
BS: Yes, I have participated in football, hockey all sports activities.
ED: What are your present qualifications?
BS: My present qualifications are B.Tech (Electrical).
ED: What was your experience at Fabindia School?
BS: It was a great experience and the school is awesome.
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
BS: Yes, I’ll like to say that study well, do hard work to achieve your goal
Friday, 1st December: Staff had PDP Session on that day. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought Serious Form of Education Dropping Out’ 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. 
Staff wished Rajeshwari Rathore a Happy Birthday. May God bless her and best wishes for her future.
Mrs Kavita Devda/ Educator was selected as Teacher this Week. She spoke few motivational words to the students. She said that if we want to get success in our life we have to do hard work. We should have positive feeling that we can do this work. We should not give up any work rather than we have to try to complete the work.
(Ed.: Editor, KDA: Mrs. Kavita Devda)
ED: When did you join the school?
KDA:  I joined the school on 11th July 2012.
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
KDA: The Principal at that time was Parineeta Ranpal.
ED: What type of environment was there?
KDA: The environment was eco-friendly.
ED: Which classes did you teach at first?
KDA: I taught Pre- Primary Classes.
ED:  What is your qualification?
KDA: II PUC, NTTE Training.
ED: Have you taught any school before Fabindia?
KDA: No, I have not taught any school before Fabindia.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
KDA: Students should think positive always, if you fail to do anything never give up, learn new things by every mistake, then you will be successful. 
Honesty is the best policy. It is said by many great persons and leaders. A person should be honest on his or her life. Honesty is the key towards success. Many persons use honesty in their life and also motivate other to speak truth in a person's life honesty should be the main aim of life. We should also speak truth in our life. If any children speak lies in the School or home he should not be scared of being punished. He should speak truth to the teacher or anyone else. If any person speaks lies that thing will always come in his mind that he speak lies. He should be honest. -Vishal Rathorel VIII A/ DH 
Truth Is important for everyone. A person should speak truth in life. Many people use truth in their life. In a person life truth should be the main aim of his life. Mahatma Gandhi said "truth" is their god. We should also speak truth in our life. If we speak truth in our life we have a good relationship with people. If we speak truth in our life we show the world our good character. If we speak lies we show the world our bad character. Every person should travel on the way of truth. If we speak truth we are trusted by people. If we speak lies we are not trusted in the life and we can't set our place in peopleheart. We should always speak truth. - Varun Malviya/ VIII A/ DH
Monday, 27th November - Friday, 1st December: The whole week was celebrated as the Hindi Literary Week. A number of activities were organized by the Hindi Department both in the Assembly and classes. The activities carried out in the classes were Poetry Writing, Quiz, Extempore etc. In the Assembly speeches were given, articles were readout, poems were recited and quiz was organized by the students and teachers all through the week.
Monday, 27th November: Day 1 
Kritika Rajpurohit: Spoke about Bhartendu Harishchandra
Class VI A girls: Recited Poem in the Assembly
Class VI B girls : Recited Poem in the Assembly
Tuesday, 28th November: Day 2
Priyanka Deora: Spoke about Mahaveer Dvivedi.
Mangilal Dewasi  and Inderraj: Quizzed the Assembly
Hena Sirvi: Recited a Poem in Assembly
Shruti Rajpurohit: Spoke about ‘Aadhunik Hindi ka Etihas.’
Wednesday, 29th November: Day 3
Ritu Parihar: Recited Poem in the Assembly
Himanshu Rajpurohit: Recited Poem in the Assembly.
Thursday, 30th November: Day 4
Jatin Tripathi: Spoke about Goswami Tulsidas ji.
Archna Koratkar: Spoke about Mahadevi Verma
Vinita Sirvi: Spoke about Premchandji
Students of Class VII enacted a play " Midas and his Golden Touch"
Friday, 1st December: Day 5
Class IV students quizzed the Assembly 
Class V students recited Dhoas with its meanings.Mangilal Dewasi asked some pehlis 
Every one present in the Assembly participated with great joy and excitement.
Wednesday,29th November: Inter-School Drawing competition was organised by the Interio Academy. Forty-nine students participated in it. Richa Solanki/ XII, Avinash Sain/ X, Gajendra Singh/ X secured III Position in the Competition. Rest of the students received Participation Certificate.

Thursday, 30th November: District Level Road Security Safety Awareness Program was organised in Pali in which three students Manmanvendra Singh/ XI, Manjeet Mainson/ IX and Nitesh Choudhary were awarded in the program.
Friday, 1st December: World AIDS Day was celebrated in the School. In a Special Assembly, Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi/ Educator spoke at length on HIV-AIDS, to bring awareness among students. He also told us about AIDS and its immune deficiency process.

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