ONLINE TALIM MODULE ON DIKSHA SHALA DISASTER ONLINE TALIM

ONLINE TALIM MODULE ON DIKSHA SHALA DISASTER ONLINE TALIM

 

ONLINE TALIM MODULE ON DIKSHA SHALA DISASTER ONLINE TALIM


DIKSHA is India's national digital infrastructure for school education
The DIKSHA platform offers teachers, students and parents engaging learning material relevant to the prescribed school curriculum. Teachers have access to aids like lesson plans, worksheets and activities, to create enjoyable classroom experiences. Students understand concepts, revise lessons and do practice exercises. Parents can follow classroom activities and clear doubts outside school hours.


App highlights


• Explore interactive material created by teachers and the best Indian content creators for teachers and students in India. By India, for India!


 Scan QR codes from textbooks and find additional learning material associated with the topic


Store and share content offline, even without Internet connectivity


 Find lessons and worksheets relevant to what is taught in the school classroom


 Experience the app in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu with additional Indian languages coming soon


 Supports multiple content formats like Video, PDF, HTML, ePub, H5P, Quizzes - and more formats coming soon!

Advantages for teachers


 Find interactive and engaging teaching material to make your class interesting
 See and share best practices with other teachers to explain difficult concepts to students


 Join courses to further your professional development and earn badges and certificates on completion


 View your teaching history across your career as a school teacher


 Receive official announcements from the state department


 Conduct digital assessments to check your students’ understanding of a topic that you have taught


Advantages for students and parents


Scan QR codes in your textbook for easy access to the associated lessons on the platform


Revise lessons that you learnt in class
 Find additional material around topics that are difficult to understand

Practice solving problems and get immediate feedback on whether the answer is correct or not.

The department has to provide guidance. Need to process the ingredients? 1. Addition to the curriculum: - Preparing supplementary literature - Adding. I.e. adding new units. E.g. Local geography - sights, cities, rivers, hills, dress, food, fairs, festivals, etc., and educational tools that make these units easier for the teacher and children to understand.

2, Modification and Direct: - To get three reports in different areas of the district that the language spoken by the local people - understand how different it is from Gujarati language, Dang, Panchmahal, Banaskantha, Valsad in Std. 1 and 2, And children studying in some areas of some other districts do not understand Gujarati, so it is necessary for them to improve or change the dialect, only by doing so will the children survive in school.


Initially communicating in their local dialect. Animals - Birds, toys, utensils, clothes, vegetables, food, etc. A list of words spoken daily in Gujarati and local dialect. Gradually they will get acquainted with Gujarati. It will be more convenient to do teaching work by preparing chats, letter-word-sentence cards and other educational materials in local and Gujarati language. Omission and substitution - Some of the things in the general curriculum and textbooks for disabled children have to be omitted or changed...






  • Some experimental work has to be deleted for rehabilitated students. Practicing for the children of the tribal area by changing how much or not, they can become one with all. The above points out where and how to develop curriculum content. This work has to be done after local interaction i.e. field interaction and research. There are two main aspects of text order content development.

  • 1. Curriculum material material development Fruits, vegetables, grains, flowers, plants, trees, toys, etc. The upper standards may include local tales, stories, legends, fairs, festivals, sights, leaders, field objects, and dialects. This can be useful in other ways as well as in reference literature. Items made from the local environment can be found in schools, near schools, near homes, in villages and elsewhere.


  • Teachers will have access to their own personalised workspace where they can plan and track their progress including courses completed, performance in tests etc.

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      Lately the clouds have rained mindlessly.  The rains shook the whole of Gujarat.  Rivers, canals, lakes, lakes, springs all came alive.  Most of the rivers flowed on two banks.  Haiyan is shocked to see these flowing rivers.  The Watrak-Meshwo rivers also flow adjacent to my village.  After a long time these rivers became two banks.  The sight of this noisy and flowing river catches the eye.

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