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The main objectives of Innovations & Experimention in Class Room Teaching &LearningProcess : 
1.     To sensitise teachers about the potential of 
innovative practices and experiments for improvement of teaching-learning. 
 2.   To encourage teachers to try out novel ideas and practices for improvement of different areas of school education. 
3.    To encourage teachers to identify problems they face and adopt a realistic approach to find solutions, thereof. 
4.    To create an environment in schools by encouraging team work and total involvement of the entire staff in the implementation of the innovations so as to ensure their sustainability. 
5.    To provide a forum to teachers to share their innovative ideas with all stakeholders.




Teachers can undertake innovations and experimentation on any aspect of their work related to teaching-learning, in order to enhance their efficiency and  overcomeproblems and difficulties, they face in day to day teaching learning. A few examples are given below: 
·       To devise a new approach/instructional strategy in any 
  subject area. 
·       To prepare and use innovative teaching-learning materials. 
·        Identification and mobilisation/use of resources drawn from the local community/ environment for improvement of teaching-learning process. 
·        To develop local specific curricular materials for teaching  learning. 
·       To develop innovative strategies for classroom management leading to improvement in the organisational climate or better use of available resources in the class or school. 
·       Management of interpersonal relationships. 
·       Assessment of learning outcomes. 
·       To evolve strategies for inculcation of peace and other human values. 
·       To devise strategies of educating differently abled children. 
·       To study learning styles of children/students-teachers.

Steps to be followed in  Innovations & Experimentation 
1.  Genesis: 
In this section, the teacher may briefly describe the background of the project, specially his/her motivation for undertaking the Innovation.  How did the idea occur to the teacher and how did he/she go about to concretize the idea in the form of an implementable Innovation. 
2.  Preparatory work: 
The teacher may describe the preparatory activities undertaken by him/her for the execution of the Innovation.  Obviousaly, the preparatory work shall include mobilization of required resources-human as well as non human. 
3.  Execution of the Innovation: 
The teacher should narrate how the Innovation was implemented describing the activities undertaken during different phases.  Limitation and problems or difficulties, if any, may also be brought out.

4.  Results: 
The teacher should clearly bring out the results achieved through the execution of the innovation and highlight if there is enough evidence indicative of improvement in some aspect of teacher’s work like teaching, pupil-learning, classroom management, Inter personal relationship etc. 
5.  Conclusion:

In this section the teacher may summarize the result and bring out implication for systemic improvements.  Provide guidelines for the replication of the Innovation in other similar contexts.



List of Innovative project taken up by the teachers

Name of the Teacher

Name of the Project

Mrs. ChitraMathur

Enhancing Reading Skills.

Mrs. Nita Khan

Fun with words - Language Games.

Mrs. SushmaSangatani

Inculcating moral values.

Mrs. Amita Sharma

Save water save life

Mr. R N Jat

How to learn multiplication tables.

Mr. Nita Khan

Strategies for slow learners.

Mrs.MamnoonFatma/ Mr. R.N.Jat

Cleanliness is next to Godliness.

Mrs. Pushpa Mittal

Inculcating good habits.

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