my name is Rajendra Kumar I am a teacher of Saraswati Vidya Niketan school at katgodi ( Korea). I teach 40 small kids in my classroom. the overall student is 300 plus. Most of my students come from impoverished communities around the villages and backward areas. They are the children of daily wages labor and gond community or manrega workers. my students do not let their backgrounds define or restrict them. they kids full fill their dream is challenging for us. because of no facility in school to growth children mind.
These aspirations are what drives them to come to school every day. They come into my classroom to learn and work with me to find a way to eventually achieve their goals.
While one can admire and applaud their motivation, one can also see the crushing reality of the place they come to in search of an impetus. The classrooms in my school are tiny and cramped How are teachers supposed to prepare children for the 21st century in classrooms like these? What can I, as an educator, do to help these children and best equip them for the future? One may assume that simply adding a few benches and a blackboard would resolve this issue, but such solutions do not take into account modern views on education and the idea that our students must be prepared for tomorrow. Transforming education today requires educators to shed the traditional notion of a teacher imparting knowledge to their wards and instead turn to the idea of a teacher as a facilitator helping students realize their creative potential and instilling within them the confidence to face uncertainty. We need classrooms that encourage teamwork, creativity, and dynamism - spaces where students learn from their peers and learn to ask the right questions. Over the last year of my fellowship, I was acquainted with the needs of my children and became more aware of what is it that I want to do before I complete my fellowship in April 2020 that will accelerate their learning. Building a learning space that can be tuned to become sustainable and self-regulatory was the idea that helped me connect the dots. It is my firm belief that the learning space should embody the variety of learning within. exactly how we imagine the classroom to look like here. Most importantly, I will be shifting my classroom from an instructional model to a collaborative one.Every donation, no matter how small, would make a difference. We would be collecting funds and posting all the expenses which you can find here. You can also find our expected cost break up below.
this is things to important for the transform my school.
1. Repair building of school--300000/-
2.desk and benches--150000/-
3.play ground boundary wall--150000/-
5.playing equipment for kids--300000/-
6.chairs and Almira--150000/-
7.electricity, fans, lights--100000/-