Search This Website

Saturday 13 February 2021




  • It provides children a platform to learn through experience.
  • It gives them opportunity to learn at their level.
  • PRAGNA concept gives a child an exposure to various project work.
  • It helps child learning how to learn.
  • It offers a chance to learn from peers and their teachers.
  • The children's continuoes and comprehensive evaluation is stress free and embedded.
  • The children are learning without fear and burden.

Group Formation: 

Children of Standard 1 and 2 at together in any of the two classrooms. The combine group of children of standard one and two are divided in six groups according to the stage of learning. These groups are 

(1) Teacher Supported Group 

(2) Partially Teacher Supported Group

(3) Peer Support Group 

(4) Partial Peer Support Group 

(5) Self learning Group and 

(6) Evaluation Group.

 Detailed description of the activity

Children were asked to do non-trivial things such as wall decals, pillows, cups of ice cream, cups of tea, etc. for this activity. Drawn from school. Instructions were given by the teacher to the children. First a cup of tea or ice cream was asked to knead in three places at the same distance. It was said to cut the strings of equal size. Now one end of the cord was asked to tie the knot with a cup of tea. The remaining three ends were told to hit the knot together. Thus another cup was also told to be tied. Now a piece of small stick was taken and it was said that the other end of the cup should be tied to the stick. Now it is said to tie a cord exactly between the sticks, so that the level of both cups remains the same. Now asked to take a pencil and a pen. And place that one pencil pencil in the pan and place the pen in the other. The scroll done looks tilted. So which item would be heavier? It is important to be aware that both the scales created should be the same. If the two sides are not equal then the teacher should help.

Project no Dhey

The kids in standard 2 used to make a lot of mistakes in deciding what was heavy and what was light. So it was decided to teach the children only through activity. The main goal of this project is to help children learn to compare heavy and lightweight items through activity. The goal of achieving this goal is to have children smashed and do the activity as instructed.

The Pragna Classroom is child friendly place for children where they would love to come and learn. It is a place where the material is within their reach and they also have freedom to use there material as per their need.

Subject Classroom
There are subject specific rooms instead of common classroom. The subject specific rooms are designed keeping in such a way that the child can have an easy access to the material related to particular subject. Separate room for Language-EVS and Mathematics- Rainbow activities are organized in the schools.
Seating Arrangement
Children as well as teacher also sit on the floor rather than table-chair, benches or any kind of fixed furniture, Carpet or mat is provided to all the schools.

Mulyankan Ane Parinam (Assessment and Outcome) 

After doing this activity, children were asked to give different items in the office. If a child gives a pencil, a child gives rubber. If a child gives a puppy, a child gives a pavement. If a child gives a Minya color, a child gives a ballpen. They were asked to take either of these two items to see which of them was tilted. So the children started to say that the pencil and the rubber ball were tilted. So the teacher asked who would be the heavier of these two? So the bulk replied that the rubber would be heavier. And if the two of them were light, the child replied that the pencil would be light. In this way, every child had such activity and children were compared.

Chintan (Meditation)

Using this project to tackle the heavy and lightweight items will help children to learn more about the activities themselves. Based on the many experiences at home, the child will know. Just need to give it direction. Other school teachers can easily do this activity for their children. There is no need to spend extra for this activity. From the things around us, we can take things and create different scales. By doing this activity, children make such scales even when going home, and by taking various items, they weigh it and clarify their resolve. If there is a farmer's boy, then his house will be ready scales and he will go to the house immediately and take activities of different items. And this will be accomplished in the game play. This activity is simple and very useful for all.

Physical Environment of Pragna Classroom:Rack and Tray, Ladder, Group Chart, Student Slate, Teacher Slate, Student Progress Chart, Display, Learning Card / Activity Card, Workbooks, Flash Cards, Game Board, Early Reader, Pictorial Dictionary, Rainbow Activity, Student Profile, Student Portfolio, EVS Project Sheets, Mathematics Practice Book, Gujarati Vachanmala, EVS – Manan, Teachers' Handbook, Training Module, TLM Box, Training CD, Advocacy CD, Advertisement CD and Jingle, Pragna Song


No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.