Have you seen today’s story? The little trick I️ share is helping keep these shared supplies more organized than ever. I’ve also added it to the ⭐️new⭐️ stories archive in my profile under the title “organization”. #saynotomarkerdrama#organizedclassroom#teachertiptpt
#IntheClassroom at Meyerland Middle School, check it out:
This month our students are learning about Loyalty!
This student was helping make sure her teammate looked sharp for class by fixing her uniform. Great work, ma'am!
Zarif Hussain, is a first year student at the Symbiosis Law School, Noida. As part of his course he is doing an internship with Servants of the People’s Society that runs Balwadis for very young children from underserved communities across Delhi-NCR. Read on to find out how Zarif used StoryWeaver in his sessions with the children.
I was asked to take interactive sessions with the children at Trilokpuri Balwadi and I currently conduct one-hour sessions everyday with the little kids on different topics like GK, math and health education. The children love to listen to the stories and they ask me bring a new story almost every day for them.
At first finding stories for them was a difficult so I asked my mom to help me out. She recommended Pratham Books’ Storyweaver platform where she translates stories to Surjapuri for children and uses them extensively in education centers in Kishanganj, Bihar.
I checked the StoryWeaver platform and found that it was simple and beautifully done with stories across reading levels in multiple languages. I downloaded stories from StoryWeaver and the first story I narrated was “Fat King, Thin Dog” in Hindi. During the session I realised that StoryWeaver was just what I needed. The children loved the story and did a drawing of the Mota Raja. One of the children Faizan recited the story back to the class. In fact, when I did a recap of the story after few days they all remembered the story so well.
In love with the creativity and imagination of these Parikrma kids in today's class. Working in groups, they were given only 5 words. And look what they came up with! Guess what grade they are!