Scratch Project on Chandrayaan 3
Atharva Srivastava student of Grade 4 created a Scratch project on Chandrayaan3. His hard work, dedication and attention to detail are truly commendable. He has done a fantastic job showcasing his creativity and coding skills. Keep up the great work and continue exploring the exciting world of programming.
Students of Grade 4 researched on” Impact of globalization on food culture” while inquiring about food and culture. They presented their findings in the form of Animoto video.
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An inter-Section video making competition was held in grade VI to celebrate our 75th Independence day.
National Technology Day Celebration
“It’s not that we use technology, we live technology.” – Godfrey Reggio
On the occasion of National Technology Day that is 11th May 2022, the final round of the IT quiz was conducted in Class VI. The preliminary round of which was conducted online where 100% participation was ensured. The selected students from all the sections participated in the final round and secured positions for themselves. Students enjoyed and participated enthusiastically in the event. School IT Co- Ordinator Ms. Darshana Sinha enlightened the students with her words of wisdom and Ms. Tapsi Jain, HM Secondary Wing addressed the gathering with her motivating words.
While inquiring about transdisciplinary themes in PYP, students often use a variety of ICT tools to monitor, document, measure and report their learning. ICT tools are used to support inquiry in the light of learning goals at various stages. Students reflect on their understanding of concepts and ideas using different online/offline ICT tools. This section showcases work of our PYP learners as they explore six transdisciplinary themes through technology. It will also provide a peep into their creations as they learn about technology, learn with technology, and learn through technology.
Integration across subjects helps students build authentic learning connections. Students of Grade 3 applied their creativity, critical thinking, and knowledge of symmetry to create beautiful patterns and drawings of landscapes using iteration (repetition of commands) as important coding construct.
Grade 4 learners of DPSG Primary Wing unfurled their creative potential while applying their coding skills in LOGO. Their creations were indeed a feast for the eyes and demonstrated their zest to persevere with passion and put their best foot forward.