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Foreign delegation comprising of educationists from Finland visited St. Teresa Convent High School, Panchkula to study & to educate themselves about the methodologies & Pedagogies of teaching used in India
On March, 17th, 2017 a team of foreign delegation comprising of educationists from Finland visited St. Teresa Convent High School, Panchkula to study & to educate themselves about the methodologies & Pedagogies of teaching used in India. The delegation comprising of Dr. Kimmo Kumpulainen, Ms. Maria Haapaniemi, Ms. Janita Relander was welcomed in the true Indian traditional spirit by St. Teresa family. A special assembly was organized by the students, which commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the guests. Students greeted the guests with the folk dances Giddha & Bhangra. A thought provoking skit of child labour eradication was presented by the students. The performances left the delegates mesmerized and provided them with a glimpse into the rich hues of Indian culture & tradition. The delegates interacted with the parents, teachers, & students and gave them a glimpse into the Finland education system. They talked about the teaching practices, methods employed to keep students challenged and engaged during learning. Upon asking they shared the challenges faced by them in their classroom. The audience was informed about the heavy emphasis placed on the multi-disciplinary approach in learning process. They talked about the usage of "Phenomenon-based learning" to keep students constructively occupied & absorbed in their studies through a collaborative approach. Dr. Kimmo shared that in Finland, schools believe that children learn through play, imagination & self-discovery, therefore the teachers not only allow but encourage the children to play. The curriculum is so organized, as to give the students the opportunity to practice argumentation, decision making, justification & analysis & solving problems. After the interactive session, the delegates visited the classes and were provided with an insight into the school functioning. They were delighted with the knowledge and understanding shown by the students while show-casing their learning. The envoy was pleased with the exhibition which the students had put up for their benefit. It was a good learning experience for the delegates, teachers and the students. Students greatly benefited from the experience & enhanced their world view. The distinguished guests enjoyed & relished the scrumptious Indian delicacies served to them. They were also taken to visit the Mansa Devi Temple to culminate their day. Altogether it was an enriching & memorable experience!
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Salutations from St. Teresa Convent School! It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that Rishabh Pandey of Class VII was awarded Rs. 2100 cash prize in the District level Shlok Ucharan Pratiyogita held at Panchkula.