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Concrete and effective efforts were made by the Gujarat State Education Department to ensure that students' education was not disrupted and continuity was maintained during the difficult times of the Koro epidemic. As soon as the new semester opened, home learning started on DD Girnar channel. The children of the entire state of Gujarat were able to take advantage of this even while staying at home. Similarly, digital content was made available through QR code through Gujarat Virtual School and Diksha App which was very useful to the children. It should also be noted that the 'Learn at Home' literature has also been very helpful. In the end, we all tried our best not to disappoint the parents and students even in such a difficult situation and not to create the mentality that the children are not doing anything by staying at home. We have all largely succeeded in our goal.
Despite the village, we are aware of the limitations of our efforts. The first is that such a wide range of digital learning experiences was new to all of us. In general, our children are accustomed to real education. Through Biseg we have been broadcasting distance learning programs there for over a decade, not only to complement the mainstream of education, but also to make digital learning in groups in the presence of a teacher at school and the child be alone at home and taught through digital media. There is a lot of difference. It is also possible that not every child across the state has the same availability of mobile or TV so many students have been deprived of education due to lack of mobile phone or TV or any other reason.
In this situation, in the new academic year, before studying the study outcomes related to that standard, it becomes necessary for the students to acquire skills in the minimum required study outcomes of the previous class. To this end, GCERT is preparing a literature for teachers in which mapping the required study findings of the previous standard attached to it for each standard. It also provides guidance on the proposed activities and resources required to teach the study findings so that teachers can provide appropriate guidance to students in the coming year. It is imperative to diagnose LEARNING LOSS in the previous year. Which can also be done based on the result of the first session diagnostic test. In addition, in the new academic year, effective work must be done in the direction of the basic things that have not been taught properly.
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E.g. The study conclusions contained in the first chapter 'National Fruit Carry' in Std. 5 deal with a large number of "findings." The activity given on pages 10 to 12 should be done in the textbook. Thus, in order to achieve the study conclusion of Mathematics, Science, Environment and Social Science subject, it is essential to achieve the study conclusion of the previous standard. Here are some basic things for standard 6 to 8. Which will be very useful to all in this NEW NORMAL situation.
This issue of Life Education provides standardized study findings. This issue covers the study findings of Std. 6 to 8. Subject wise. The study findings of Std. 3 to 5 will also be published in the next issue. Hope everybody on this site also had a great day.
Diet's lecturer pictures as well as SRG's collaboration have been received to differentiate the Essential Learning Outcome. Different codes are placed in this learning outcome. In which e.g. If M is the 601 code then M stands for Mathematics subject. The next digit indicates the 6th standard here and the subsequent digits show the study conclusion number and the sub-study conclusion number.
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