Shishak Parv 2022-23 Celerations Guidelines - Day Wise Activities Schedule at Vidya Amrut Portal

Shishak Parv 2022-23 Guidelines - Day Wise Schedule to be Celebrated in Schools Rc.No.: ESE02/629/2022-SCERT Dated: 04/09/2022
Shikshak Parv 2022-23 Details: The Ministry of Education and the Government of India (GoI) celebrate Teacher’s Day every year in the month of September which starts on the 5th of September as Teacher’s Day. Current Year, Shikshak Parv 2022 is being celebrated from 5th September to the entire month of September. The following activities are to be done during the Shikshak Parv
MICRO INNOVATIONS AWARD A CELEBRATION OF INNOVATIONS IN SCHOOLS. Shishak Parv 2022-23 Celerations Guidelines - Day Wise Activities Schedule at Vidya Amrut Portal Details.
Shishak Parv 2022-23 Celerations Guidelines - Day Wise Activities Schedule at Vidya Amrut Portal

Shishak Parv 2022-23 Guidelines - Day Wise Schedule to be Celebrated in Schools

Sub School education –SCERT AP - Guidelines to celebrate Shikshak Parv-2022- 23- Certain instructions- issued.

Ref Secretary, MoE, DoSE&L, New Delhi, D.O. Lr. No.1-2/2022-IS.20,dt.25.08.2022.

All the Regional joint directors of school education and District educational officers in the state are aware that the ministry of education, government of India celebrates Shikshak Parv every year since 2020 in the country. In this connection, this year also, Shikshak Parv is to be celebrated from 5th September onwards for the entire month of September, 2022 in all schools, higher educational institutions, and institutes of MoSDE.

Further, it is informed that the Secretary, MoE, DoSE& L, New Delhi, has stated that this year's Shikshak Parv-2022-23 is aimed to be celebrated on a scale which encompasses all the stakeholders involving each and every functionary of school education, right from school teachers, students, MRCs, CRCs, DIETs, and S.C.E.R.T., etc.

As a result, all regional joint directors of school education and district educational officers in the state are hereby informed that the details of the activities to be observed in all institutions are annexed herewith and requested for dissemination to all stakeholders such as teachers, MRCs, CRCs, DIETs, and all CBSE affiliation schools for participation in Shikshak Parv 2022-23 activities in a decentralised manner with the goal of enhancing their ownership and satisfaction.

It is also requested to issue instructions to all schools to take 4-5 photographs of the innovative pedagogy sessions and other activities for display and upload along with a brief write- up of more than 500 words on the Vidya Amrit Portal (https://microimp.ndear.gov.in/). 
A teacher uploads videos on innovative pedagogy to the Vidya Amrit portal (15th September to 31st October, 2022).

Shikshak Parv – 2022 Day- wise Themes and Action Plan


STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING ANDHRAPRADESH,AMARAVATI
Day Date Themes Detailed activities to be observed
1. 05.09.2022
(Monday)
Distribution of National Award to Teachers by Hon’ble President of India at Vigyan Bhawan
  • All educators will participate in the virtual mode.
  • The Best Teachers' Responses Should Be Noted
2. 06.09.2022
(Tuesday)
Function on Inauguration of Shikshak Parv, Launches of new Initiatives and awards for teachers of CBSE, AICTE and
Ministry of Skill Development. Initiatives to be launched:
  • Handbook for Early Detection of Mental Health issues in school going children
  • Report on National Mental Health Survey
  • National Foundational Literacy and Numeracy Survey report.
  • Screening Tools Mobile App for Disabilities
  • 5. Launch of Toy based Pedagogy.
  • 6. Handbook Shiksha Shabdkosh
  • Report on the to be studied national mental health survey
  • Describe the health of the kids.
  • The topic of mental health difficulties in schools will be discussed with all teachers.
  • Manodarpan, Freephone number to be informed.
  • Case Studies involving mental health conditions should be mentioned.
  • Examining the FLN and NFL survey Name the FLN measure that will be discussed.
  • School level FLN Report based on baseline (TaRL) results to be addressed.
  • Students' accuracy and speed will be evaluated.
  • Measures should be prepared in order to close FLN's learning gaps.
  • 10.To raise awareness of the mobile app screening tool for disability.
  • 11.Bhavitha centres will be incorporated into a mobile app for disability screening tool.
  • 12.Toy-based pedagogy will be used in classrooms.
  • 13. Promote the use of toys in the teaching and learning process using inexpensive and free resources.
  • 14.Native language to be used as bilingual for teaching.
  • 15.Activities to be taken up to encourage the usage of dictionaries.
3. 07.09.2022
(Wednesday)
Webinar in hybrid mode on Innovative Pedagogy
  • All of the instructors in each public school in the corresponding cluster will participate in a demonstration session led by a CRC resource person, a BRC resource person, or a DIET faculty member.
  • 2. The demonstration will focus on teaching a chosen subject at any grade in an original, enjoyable, and engaging way.
  • 3. The DIET level will design the schedule for holding this demonstration session with input from the relevant CRC/BRC Coordinator.
  • All the CRC Resource Persons and BRC Resource Persons will prepare their demonstration plan on innovative pedagogy for a generic session or subject-specifc session. This may be planned keeping in view, the needs of school teachers for the orientation on subject- specifc pedagogy already identifed at the CRC level.
  • The Programme Schedule including date, time, and name of the Resource Person for taking session need to be distributed among all concerned CRC/BRC Resource Persona at least three days prior to the programme, so that every RP will get sufcient time for preparation. The teachers from the clusters may also be identifed to be a demonstrator in these interactions.
  • All the schools will be informed well- in time for the demonstration session ensuring presence of all the teachers for the same.
  • In case of a smaller number of teachers in a school, CRC may decide to hold demonstration session in one school inviting teachers from nearby schools within a range of 1-2 Kilometres.
  • For demonstration session, a suitable venue may be identifed within the school itself.
  • All the schools may also be requested take 4-5 photographs of the Innovative Pedagogy Session for display and upload along with a brief write up of not more than 500 words on the Vidya Amrit Portal (https://microimp.ndear.gov.in/)
4. 08.09.2022
(Thursday)
Celebration of International Literacy Day by NIOS and NCERT. Launch of Portal for Out of School Children, Launch of Inclusion policy at National & State level for Open and Distance Learning, prepared by NIOS. Launch of primer for Adult learners and motivational flm, jingle to propagate Education for all developed by CNCL under NILP 1. Celebration to be done on International Literacy Day by APOS,
SCERT, DIETs, IASEs, CRC and Schools
2. Awareness programmes and survey to be taken up to enrol the OSC into mainstream
3. Awareness to be raised on APOS policy and publicity to be enrolled
4. Educational films, Motivational films and Jingles are to be played in schools where DCRs and VCRs are available
5. 09.09.2022
(Friday)
Webinar in hybrid mode on Positive Digital Footprint in School Education 1. Up loading the best digital creations of best practices of schools are to be uploaded in social media.
6. From 6th September to 18th November 2022 Writing of questions/Items based on Learning Outcomes at the school level for an Item bank (from 6th September to 18th November 2022)
  • Every school could try to prepare about three items/questions based on learning outcomes of different subjects, covering different grades.
  • Each school can prepare questions/items for Foundational, Preparatory, Middle and Secondary
  • CRC will select three best questions each in different categories i.e., Foundational Stage (for classes 1-2), Preparatory (Classes 3-5), Middle (Classes 6-8) and (Secondary 9-12); and across topics/ subjects. A total of 12 best questions will be submitted to the BRC.
  • Each BRC will then select the best four questions from the 12 questions submitted by each CRC and submit these 4 best selected questions to the respective DIET in the district.
  • Each DIET will compile all the questions received from all the respective BRCs and send this compiled document to SCERT. SCERT will 4 compile all the questions received from the respective DIETs and then submit to the Ministry of Education through My Gov.
  • The total number of questions estimated to be submitted from across the country is around 28,000.
  • The best entries selected at national Level will be given certificates by the NCERT.
  • These questions will further be vetted by the NCERT and CBSE for creating a huge ITEM BANK for across the stages.
  • Guidelines for writing items for the Item Bank will be prepared by Educational Survey Division, NCERT and shared with SCERTS by 25th August 2022.
  • Teachers will be able to send in their submissions from the 6th of September 2022 to 26th of September 2022.
  • The CRC can review submissions and shortlist them to share with the BRC, between the 26th of September 2022 to the 7th of October 2022.
  • The BRC can review the CRC's shortlisted submissions and further shortlist them for the DIET between the 7th of October 2022 to the 14th of October 2022.
  • The District Institution of Education and Training (DIET) can review and shortlist the BRP's shortlisted submissions from the 14th of October 2022 to the 21st of October 2022.
  • The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) will be able to review the submissions shortlisted by the DIET between the 21st of October 2022 to the 1st of November 2022.
  • The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will review and shortlist finalists between the 1st of November 2022 to the 18th of November 2022

CBSE Guidelines on Shikshak Parv 2022-23

Shikshak Parv 2022-23 Details: The Ministry of Education and the Government of India (GoI) celebrate Teacher’s Day every year in the month of September which starts on the 5th of September as Teacher’s Day. Current Year, Shikshak Parv 2022 is being celebrated from 5th September to the entire month of September. The following activities are to be done during the Shikshak Parv

Demonstration after talks on ‘Innovative Pedagogy’ for teachers in each school for one hour on any day between 6th to 30th September 2022:
Demonstration sessions should be based on teaching the topic of a selected subject of any grade in an innovative, enjoyable, and engaging manner. Schools are requested to take 4 to 5 photographs of the session and upload them on the official portal at Vidya Amrit Portal (Link Given Below) along with a short article (not exceeding 500 words).

Senior Students may act as Teachers on 5 September 2022
In each school, some senior students from within the school may be selected by the teachers to become teachers for the rest of the classes on Teacher’s Day. Classroom engagements can cover all curricular areas including arts, physical education, etc.

An orientation program on ‘How to engage children to learn with joy’ may be organized by some teachers for these senior students. Every selected student should get at least one period to teach. Efforts should be made to provide opportunities to as many school students as possible.
The student teachers who receive the best feedback from the children in the classrooms can also be given a certificate of recognition by the school. Feedback may be taken on the student’s performance by the regular teachers on the next day.

Teachers can be encouraged to take selfies with student representatives (as teachers on Teacher’s Day) and post them on social media platforms with the hashtag #humareyteachersabsaybest.

Uploading of Videos on Innovative Pedagogy by the School Teachers on Vidya Amrit Portal (15 September 2022 to 31 October 2022)
School teachers can be requested to upload their videos on innovative Pedagogy on the official portal Vidya Amrit Portal. Ratings (in the form of stars) will be provided by the viewers on these videos.
The video and its uploading guidelines are available in Annex 1.

Vidya Amrit Micro Improvement – Innovative Pedagogy Competition

What is Micro Improvement?
It is a collection of small steps that lead to the desired improvement in learning outcomes. Short-term objectives are broken down into manageable action steps called micro-improvements. These small steps have the potential to make significant and lasting changes in the teaching-learning and evaluation process.

Why Micro Improvement – Innovative Pedagogy?
In line with NDEAR’s ‘learn-do-practice’, the primary objective of micro-reforms is to make the improvement process easy, simple, and achievable for every teacher and leader in the education system.

One of the key recommendations of the New Education Policy 2020 is to promote innovation in all areas of education. With learning and innovation skills being highly recognized in the 21st century, it is imperative that the school environment provides opportunities for teachers and teacher-educators to innovate. To encourage students to think out of the box, teachers first need to move away from the traditional classroom setting. They need to think outside the box and textbooks.

Shikshak Parv Competition 2022-23 Process

There are broadly 5 stages in this competition:
Register
Engage
Document
Evaluate
Celebrate

Details of 5 Stages in Shiksha Parv 2022-23
Register Activities: All States/UTs will prepare a project titled
“Innovative Pedagogy” for micro-reforms.

Participants: Teachers and teacher
educators will be allowed to contribute.

Beneficiaries Details: Teacher and Teacher Teacher
Mandatory Update Profile with pre-requisite details.
Engage Timelines
Video Submissions = 2 weeks
Submission outreach at State Level = 1 month
State Level Review = 2 Weeks
Central Review = 2 weeks

Outreach:
Pre-outreach: The outreach will focus on registration
and the primary goal is to create awareness to increase participation.

Ongoing Outreach: Outreach that will focus on the duration
the program is run so that users can rate submissions.
Documents Specs:

Submissions: Submissions must be made in the video
format (maximum size 50 MB, no more than 5 min.

Evidence (optional): Evidence supporting a micro-improvement
the project can be submitted in either video (MP4) or
document (PDF) format.

Accessibility: The micro improvement project can only
be accessed through the mobile application via

i. Project Tile
ii. Link
iii. QR Code
Evaluate Evaluation: Each State shall constitute a State Evaluation Committee
for State level evaluation and a Central Evaluation Committee
for evaluation of final entries. The evaluation process
will be done at 3 levels.

1St Level Review: Each State Evaluation Committee reviews the
submissions and publishes the qualified content on DIKSHA.

2nd Level Review: Extensive outreach of the qualified
content is done for a month. The top 3 submissions are
selected from the top 15 star-rated content and are
sent to the Central Evaluation Committee.

3rd Level Review: The Central Evaluation Committee selects the
top 10 entries from the entries submitted by the states.

Submissions to be evaluated on the following parameters
• Relevance
• Creativity
• Transferability
• Involvement
• Impact
Celebrate The top 10 contributions are to be acknowledged and awarded.

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