JILLA AANTARIK CAMP BABATE JAMNGAR GR 22/1/2021
District Education and Training Building: Objectives and Functions UML – 2. Work Experience (WE) Branch Work Experience Branch – Work experience is the second most important branch in the seven branches of District Education and Training Building.
|JILLA AANTARIK CAMP BABATE JAMNGAR GR 22/1/2021|
The overall development of children requires physical work along with mental activities. The experience gained than the work. What is learned becomes more interesting. Importance: It is accepted in the National Education Policy that earning money through work in the act of learning (in receiving education) is the production of things in the ideal work.
Acquisition is a confluence of physical work and learning. The student lives in the society, it is necessary to engage in socially productive work from an early age. Working in a group makes learning more interesting and enjoyable. Artistic aptitudes and skills thrive on creating things.
The multifaceted development of children requires mental work as well as physical work, artistic aptitude, as well as hand skills. If you learn while working, you will not feel mental fatigue. Functions of the branch: 1. Selection of areas and development of corresponding work experience activities.
6. Activities 6. Actions based on materials that may be available in school: – Making covers from newspapers or old paper, making flush cards, drawing pictures, making gardens, grooming flowers, plants, planting trees, school decorations etc. Activities can be carried out. 6.2 Depending on the materials obtained from the local environment – e.g., making clay toys, palm leaf brooms, asanas, toys, kites, incense sticks, chokes, toothpaste, old