Digital has taken over the job market. Even terms like books in accounts are now files on a computer. Automation and digital platforms have changed the nature of jobs. With Artificial Intelligence starting to be adopted by companies across various industries, digital competency is no longer an additional skill, but prerequisite knowledge for any job. To be employable, one must be familiar with a variety of digital tools that differ from job to job.
Mr. Allan’s article: ‘Importance of early education in developing leaders’ was featured in the Education World portal. The article talks about the qualities a leader should have and how education can play an important role in developing those qualities from early childhood days. The article also gives an insight into the qualities a child can develop in the early years of education. It also takes us through the importance of being a leader in today’s time and influencing people for better and how a holistic approach to education can be a major stepping stone in a child’s growth.
Chaman Bhartiya School organized Kultural Sangam to celebrate Global Citizenship in collaboration with Parikrma Foundation, an India based NGO, and a Western Symphony Youth orchestra from Denmark. The event was graced by Thomas Sehested, Director of the Danish Cultural Institute and a renowned authority on Indian culture. The Danish Cultural Institute’s vision is that the exchange of arts, culture and knowledge can contribute to handling the challenges of globalization and strengthen the Sustainable Development Goals. Education at Chaman Bhartiya encompasses similar aspects as well. This synergy in vision led to the inception of this international intercultural association.
Children are naturally disposed to play. While playing, children learn a host of skills that help develop their personality, interpersonal skills, and even pick up essential leadership traits. Yet, today’s curriculum in schools separates learning and play with time set aside for both individual tasks. There is immense scope to integrate the natural disposition of children to play with the learning curriculum as children learn while playing without even knowing they are doing it.
Chaman Bhartiya School sponsored a Christmas Carnival held at XLR8, Bangalore. The carnival was an exciting event that saw children come together in engaging activities like using an iPad for coloring, robots to learn about angles, and building an ice hockey robot to understand about pulleys and gears! At Chaman Bhartiya, play is one of the most important avenues through which concepts are taught.
The Create Code and Play carnival, a unique event was conducted at Bhartiya City on 23rd November 2019.The event mirrors the philosophy of Chaman Bhartiya school which is aptly captured by the school director, renowned international educator Allan Kjaer Andersen from Denmark “We want children to be active producers rather than consumers of knowledge. Learning by doing leads to deeper learning rather than a repetitive approach to learning. “