Project based Learning Modules to primary students, Karnataka

Nov 25 2020 02:55 PM
Project based Learning Modules to primary students, Karnataka

Karnataka government has launched the Project-Based Learning and Customised Learning Achievement Path modules for the benefit of more than 18 lakh primary students in the state-run schools on Monday. The statement released by the CISCO, the purpose of the Customized Learning Achievement Path (CLAP) modules is to provide access to children based on their learning levels in arithmetic. The project has been launched after Karnataka decided to stop its decision to reopen schools till December 2020. 

"By taking the decision to defer reopening of schools, the state is staring at zero academic year this time, hence this project would prove to be boon for the primary schools students," an official from the education department told a news agency. The Project Based Learning (PBL) is a project planner designed to provide an opportunity to the students to work on curriculum aligned projects in addition to the WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene) project which is very essential during this pandemic, the statement from CISCO added. This learning module enables Students to get exposure to essential 21st Century skills, the four Cs - Communications, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity is also the part of this initiative. 

Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar launched the modules designed by the Samagra Sikshana Foundation through the Cisco Webex. More than 18 lakh government school students from Class IV to VII in 34 educational districts will access these learning modules to continue learning at home, a Cisco release said.

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