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"In the midst of difficulties lies opportunity" - Albert Einstein
Students at Brigade School @ J.P. Nagar found an opportunity amidst the pandemic to host the annual Reflection event - a symposium - online. The challenge took her out of the inertia of a monotonous stay at home, keep life safe and filled her with energy and enthusiasm.
The symposium consisted of two parts – a presentation on the topic “Climate Change” by 9th and 10th grade students, followed by a debate by 11th and 12th grade students.
The topic of climate change was chosen because of the growing need to educate students to understand and address the effects of global warming. It raised awareness of “climate literacy” among young people, encouraged changes in their attitudes and behaviors, and helped them adapt to trends related to climate change.
To research the topic, students interviewed prominent personalities from different areas online, as field research was not possible. They drew conclusions from the responses and worked them together with the script to deliver a perfect presentation that did justice to the various aspects of climate change.
The second part of the symposium was a debate on "Is it unethical to have a national DNA database?" The discussion clarified the use of DNA databases, the dangers, benefits, costs, ethics, etc. were presented by both sides not only convincing, but also amusing, as they were mixed with ingenuity and wit. Batch 2018 graduate Karthik Suraj Vasisht moderated the debate.
Auditions for the speakers and panelists were held in advance by the professors of the English department and some board members. The challenges on the technical front were immense - it wasn't just an unstable internet connection, but also the lengthy editing process. A dedicated research team worked hard to provide appropriate visuals. The coordinators, together with the technical and research teams, played an active role in overcoming the obstacles imposed by virtual recording and re-recording. Together they found creative solutions to keep the overall look appealing.
"There are no borders. There are only plateaus, and you can't stay there, you have to cross them."
True to that motto, the students learned not to let the global pandemic dampen their spirits and climbed yet another peak despite restrictions.
Don't rush when cleaning! dental care
Oral health education in schools has a positive impact on children's dental knowledge, oral hygiene practices, and overall oral health.
There is a clear need for quality oral health education in schools. The school not only provides an important learning platform, but also anchors health and health-related issues in the minds of students. Teaching oral health practices to young children has lifelong rewards. Oral health camps have become an integral part of our school curriculum.
Brigade School@Malleswaram organized an online oral hygiene session for their 1st grade students led by Dr. Divya Arora, a dentist from Delhi. In a curriculum- and student-centered learning environment, the dental hygiene program educates students about oral health care and teaches specific, highly beneficial oral practices.
dr Arora completed his BDS at Modern Dental College, Indore. She has over ten years of experience in general dentistry and is a former resident of Sir Gangaram Hospital Delhi. She currently runs a dental clinic in Delhi.
Dr Arora spoke about various points related to oral hygiene and emphasized the following topics:
- Importance of milk teeth
- Importance of adult teeth
Good oral habits like:
- Brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes
- Rinse your mouth after every meal to kill harmful bacteria
- To avoid sticky food
- Visit a dentist once every 6 months
- The causes of tooth decay and the stages of tooth decay.
She also spoke about tooth-friendly foods such as fruits, vegetables and grains that promote healthy eating habits, essential for good oral and general health in children.
Children who develop good oral hygiene habits from an early age have fewer dental problems later in life, maintain a positive self-image and do better in school.
The Brigade Millenium Enclave has excellent sports facilities, such as a three-hectare Millenium Park, a lighted mini-stadium, a synthetic running track, a sandbox, a 200-metre athletics track and a heated swimming pool. The school provides students with experienced physical education teachers and coaches who are specially qualified for soccer, basketball and swimming.keep reading
Brigade School @Mahadevapura is conveniently located on Whitefield Road in Mahadevapura on 4 acres of land. The school's campus consists of several buildings in a contemporary architectural style with wide corridors surrounded by landscaped gardens, sports facilities and a designated area for puppets. The infrastructure and facilities are of the highest quality and make student life an unforgettable experience.keep reading
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We offer a unique Montessori-based preschool education that gives students a head start. Each carefully designed series allows children to easily transition from kindergarten to standard 10/12 in a familiar system and environment.
We take an interactive, student-centered and student-friendly approach with a balanced breadth of academic reporting that is neither overwhelming nor superficial. We continually review and update the curriculum to ensure it remains timely and meaningful, and we develop teachers through workshops and training programs.
Teachers become one of the most important people in young students. Our teachers live up to expectations of a confident child - caring, kind and fair, but also assertive and disciplined when needed. A carefully selected assortment of toys, learning aids, craft supplies and books complete the picture.
In the age of online education, online tutors and technology-driven learning are made easy. The Brigade School prides itself on keeping the teaching-learning process structured, interactive and facilitation-based, while adhering to a child-centred and child-friendly curriculum created by the knowledgeable members of Knowledge and Information (KNIB) .
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