Amandeep Kaur (Teacher)- Preparing the base and rough shapes
To make the school campus more appealing and educational, teachers of Satya Bharti School Talwara, Ludhiana West, Punjab, came up with an interesting initiative. They set up a Math Educational Park where students could learn about shapes and concepts while walking around the school or during their Mid-day meal breaks.
The cost of setting up the park was around Rs.1000, and the teachers worked on it without any external labor. They started by preparing the base and rough shapes, which were left to set for 3-4 days. They used waste materials, such as large bottles and cups to create various shapes for the park, while using cement to ensure maximum strength and stability. Also, they took on the task of painting various shapes and concepts.
The park was designed in such a way that a teacher could explain concepts to all students at once, or even individually. This helped to make learning more engaging and interactive. After the completion of the park, students were excited to have a new space to explore and learn in. They could see the shapes and concepts they learned in class come to life in the park.
In conclusion, Satya Bharti School Talwara’s Math Educational Park serves as a reminder of the teachers’ commitment to innovation and creativity, and their dedication in providing students with a holistic education.
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