Key Components of the program

★ Activity-based science and mathematics sessions
for students.

Involving & capacity building of teachers to carry out these STEM sessions.

Quarterly TOT sessions for the select 200 teachers

Block/District level exhibits/conclaves to promote active STEM learning

Program Objectives

  •  Ensure each student is exposed to the right curriculum and sessions to elicit curiosity, creativity and imagination in
    students by introducing them to STEM aspects
  • Ensure high-quality dialogue among students to inspire them to explore, learn and experiment with do-it-yourselves methods to understand applications of STEM conce
  • Enabling select teachers and the school at large to integrate program interventions to inculcate in the hands-on activity-based pedagogy to teach STEM concepts
  • Ensure decided outputs and outcomes
    are achieved with optimum utilization of
    resources and efforts

Program Approaches

The select 200 trainers/teachers will also be equipped with a DIY kit that will be used in the Direct Students Intervention program

The 200 teachers/trainers shall be grouped into a batch of 40 teachers/trainers each, and each batch shall be given training at three intervals spread over an academic year

Organize Cluster/District level exhibits/conclaves where the teachers and students are given the opportunity to share their STEM learning journey

Expected Outcomes

ISF and IWCA will work together to conduct assessments at the students’ level across the select schools. The key outcomes that assessments will help us measure are:

  70% Change in the science and math subjects
post-introducing the intervention

  85% Increase in academic results/performance of students
post-introducing the intervention

  75% Changes in the attendance post introducing
the intervention

65% Teachers who find science and math teaching
easier/more meaningful post-introduction of intervention.

  50% Students able to communicate effectively
(participation in exhibitions/competitions)