Now students are no longer afraid of math

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The students of the Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School are qualified in this subject through their interest in mathematics. To this end, the Department of Basic Education has carried out special online training courses for teachers in boarding schools on interesting mathematics lessons in a sensible initiative in order to strengthen the students’ attitudes towards mathematics. Many programs are run by the government to promote girls’ education. The aim of opening boarding schools in educationally backward blocks is to enable girls between the ages of 11 and 14 from disadvantaged classes to receive a high-quality primary education. These residential schools are located in 14 of 16 building blocks in the district. It is often observed that high school students, especially girls, run away from math. An attempt is made to reduce this fear of mathematics and to arouse interest in the topic. As part of this, the teachers in these schools have been trained online in the past. The trained teachers will now teach the students the subject of mathematics in an interesting way so that the students have no fear of this subject. District (girls’ education) coordinator Harishchandra Yadav said that four schools had math teachers appointed from four schools and science teachers trained online in five locations during their absence. In the remaining five schools, teachers are trained as soon as they are deployed on the vacant positions.

The students of the Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School are qualified in this subject through their interest in mathematics. To this end, the Department of Basic Education has carried out special online training courses for teachers in boarding schools on interesting mathematics lessons in a sensible initiative in order to strengthen the students’ attitudes towards mathematics. Many programs are run by the government to promote girls’ education. The aim of opening boarding schools in educationally backward blocks is to enable girls between the ages of 11 and 14 from disadvantaged classes to receive a high-quality primary education. These residential schools are located in 14 of 16 building blocks in the district. It is often observed that high school students, especially girls, run away from math. An attempt is made to reduce this fear of mathematics and to arouse interest in the topic. As part of this, the teachers in these schools have been trained online in the past. The trained teachers will now teach the students the subject of mathematics in an interesting way so that the students have no fear of this subject. District (girls’ education) coordinator Harishchandra Yadav said that four schools had math teachers appointed from four schools and science teachers trained online in five locations during their absence. In the remaining five schools, teachers are trained as soon as they are deployed on the vacant positions.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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