Std-3 Ghare Shikhie Activity Video | Study From Home
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|2.||Tapka Jodi Aakar Banavo||Click Here|
|3.||Rangoli Banavavi||Click Here|
|4.||Vandala Bhai ne Vanchta na Aavde||Click Here|
|5.||Prani Parichay Sambhalo||Click Here|
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As a teacher, you want your students to achieve the best possible results from their science education. This will give them insights and opportunities to gain opportunities and experiences in their lives. Many family children may go to school for the first time, which is both exciting and challenging for them. Classroom atmosphere should be interesting and creative. This will encourage the children to go and for the purpose of getting a full education. Gives momentum to their interest and creativity, they will be encouraged to go to school and pursue meaningful education.
There are many opportunities for you and your students to use the classroom environment in a more constructive way, which can stimulate their interest and foster their experience. These ideas can also be applied to any science subject. This unit uses the subject of germination as an example. There are some possibilities to enhance the learning environment, but you can apply these ideas to any science subject.
What you can learn in this unit
How and why is it important to develop your classroom learning environment?
How do you study the interactions between you and your students that can affect the environment and student achievement?
How to improve your learning environment by being resourceful?
Why this approach is important
The physical environment of the classroom and the social and emotional environment have a significant impact on your students' learning. Creating a positive environment of nurtured learning for yourself and for your students can be done in many ways, at little or no expense.
Teaching activities are most inspiring when they involve students to either explore the problem practically. Or actively develop thinking skills by solving problems. As a teacher you have to take initiative to lead your students on this path. Your students can then be closely involved. In addition, you need to think carefully about what kind of physical environment you want in the classroom. If you work in school with some materials, it may not be easy, but by being resourceful, you can create a colorful and inspiring classroom