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Graduation Ceremony for IK-3 and PYP 5 at DRSIS
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By the end of the 20th century, due to the unprecedented and pioneering work-life of parents, the residential schools saw an increase in demand where parents are preferring to send their children to boarding schools. The Residential Wing at DRS International is an incredible accommodation, where the residence is home to many students from diverse cultures. This culture is something […]
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HOLISTIC EDUCATION at DRSIS Education is a vital component of an individual’s development. It is responsible for the utilization of children’s raw potential and transforms them into rational, conscientious, and aware citizens capable of positively contributing to society. For the development of a country, we must ensure the best quality education system that pays adequate attention to practical knowledge than […]
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How do Schools Help Students Think Creatively? Creative Thinking is the ability to analyse something in a new way. It includes lateral thinking which is thinking out of the box to solve complex problems in a creative approach. Creative thinking is to devise new ways to carry out tasks and meet challenges.  Creative Thinking always starts with imagination and it […]
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Tackling Gender Bias Gender is a dynamic concept. Gender roles for men and women vary from one culture to another, from one social group to another within the same culture. Our social analysis becomes finer, our social interventions are more finely tuned, when we are aware of all the complex ways in which society slots people into different categories and […]
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Prevent Bullying Bullying is a form of aggression in which children repeatedly and intentionally intimidate, harass, or physically harm a victim. It is an ongoing and deliberate misuse of power in relationships through repeated verbal, physical or social behavior that intends to cause physical, social, or psychological harm. It can involve an individual or a group misusing their power over […]
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Strategies for Tackling Homework Homework is an aspect of the general education curriculum that is essential for academic success. Homework should have a clear purpose, and students should understand the purpose of the assignment or activity.  The most prevalent mindset among all stakeholders – educators, parents, learners, administrators and educational researchers is that homework should be given and seen as […]
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Project: SOIL PROFILE It is the vertical section of the soil from the ground surface downwards to where the soil meets the underlying rock and is formed because of Physical and chemical weathering. The students have presented this concept and constructed different layers using their creativity of blending nuts, dry fruits, different soil, pulses and rice grains. Strategy used- Learning […]
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UN is 75 By Janet Fanaian MA MPhil Value Education Facilitator, Gender Sensitivity Adviser, Model United Nation Trainer, IB CAS Coordinator The 21st century has seen numerous upheavals revolutions, catastrophes, climate change and pandemic that involved the death of millions. There have been other movements and trends with positive social and cultural impacts that affirm human dignity with bold advancement […]
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The momentous occasion of the IB PYP Graduation Ceremony of IK III and Grade V students at DRSIS, marked a significant step as they successfully completed their current academic year and are all set for a new beginning in their academic lives.
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