National Science Day celebrated at VKE

The essence of ‘Education’ is to ‘build character’. In the words of Vedanta, and as explained by International Youth Leader Swami Vivekananda, “Education is the manifestation of the power already in the human child. Discovering that secret power from within the child is schooling, is parenting. Today, our parents are searching for an answer how to bring out the best in their child. All parents would love to have very talented and gifted children. Today, they could choose to have ‘gifted children’ says British Psychologist Tony Buzan, American Neuro – physicist Dr. Glen Doman, Dr. Neil Harvey. They go on to say, “being gifted is primarily depended on to the environment. And by that definition, that understanding the intelligence, the giftedness could easily be nurtured into every child.”

At Victorious Kidss Educares, this understanding is in the air for every teacher, every child ~ that ‘every child can, every child will’! Through varieties of standards and practices, the message is being given to all children, “You can”. TOI Digital Coverage.

Varieties of carefully planned ‘teaching and learning pedagogy’, is collated and carefully collaborated in the planning stage and then examined and collaborated amongst all facilitators for the ‘learning outcomes’. The National Science Day was similarly celebrated at Victorious Kidss Educares for Early Years and Primary Years Program, with huge enthusiasm and zeal. National Science Day is celebrated in India to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian Physicist Sir C. V. Raman on 28 February 1928.

National Science Day is distinguished to spread a notable message about the importance of science used in the daily life of the people. This event was a great platform for students to create awareness of Science and Technology. The theme of the year 2020 is “Women in Science”.

Our champions exhibited various Science projects, models, charts based on Programme of Inquiry and Science Fun Activities. Students exhibited their learning of concepts through experiments that included model on different types of energy, human body systems and solar systems. Younger students who visited the stalls were thrilled to understand complex systems through simple models and charts.

The working models prepared for science exhibition by our students reflected their innovative ideas, creativity and talent. The models, their explanation and justification for the questions posed by the students were highly appreciated by the parents and other visitors. Our students proved their efficiency by answering spontaneously to the questions. The exhibition was a joyful learning for the students who prepared the projects as well as for those who visited, inquired and gained knowledge from them.

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