Creative Writing Program - The Joy Of Learning Diaries will inspire you by sharing personal examples of where children experience the values. It will also help people take stock of the values and how they wish to lead their lives. #JoyOfLearningDiaries
Honesty is always admirable in the family, civil society, friends and across the globe. A person with honesty is respected by all. Building the character of honesty entirely depends on his/her family values and ethics and his/her surrounding environment. Parents showing honest behaviour and character in front of their children create an impact on the children, and we say honesty lies in their genes. Honesty can also be developed practically, which requires proper guidance, encouragement, patience and dedication.
Self-respect refers to loving oneself and behaving with honour. An individual who has self-respect would treat himself with honour furthermore lacking self-respect. It is a matter of disgrace for an individual who does not respect himself; he should certainly not expect respect from others; nobody likes to treat such an individual with respect. Self-respect improves the morality of the individual who has good ethical nature. Hence, self-respect makes you a better person.
I have sweet and loving grandparents. My grandmother's name is Mrs Asha Mewara. She is 70 years old. She is very caring. Her hair has turned grey. Everyday she worships Mother Durga very sincerely. She gives me 'prasad'. She knows many fairy tales and stories of 'Ramayana' and ‘Mahabharata’. My grandfather is also sweet. His name is Mr.Om Prakash Mewara. He is 75 years old. He goes out for a walk every morning. He loves to watch news channels on TV. He is very wise. He teaches me many things. My grandparents are my guide, my teacher and my friends. I learn many things while enjoying their company. They love me deeply...I also love and respect my grandparents a lot. We play together in the evening. I am thankful to God for blessing me with such wonderful grandparents.
Advita Chauhan, a 7-year-old girl, strongly believes that education is every child’s right. She is a follower of Ms Malala Yousafzai and considers her as her role model. She thinks that with courage, any battle can be won. On the birthday of Malala Yousafzai, she is presenting a short story in her words. - Courtesy Nibbrati Rathore is an educator at the Gyanshree School, Noida. She is a Life Members and volunteer on the National Training Team of Learning Forward India.
The future of education will be built on immutable values alone: A ppreciation, Caring, Co-operation, Courage, Freedom, Friendship, Happiness, Honesty, Hope, Humility, Love, Patience, Peace, Quality, Respect, Responsibility, Simplicity, Thoughtfulness, Tolerance, Trust, Understanding & Unity. Joy Of Learning (JOL) will inspire you by using examples of where the values are already being used by children in schools and share practical tools to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate. JOL is an extensive and profound learning experience that immerses members in a model of inquiry and problem-based learning. Students work collaboratively to gain knowledge to solve their significant challenges, we champion peer-to-peer learning. #JoyOfLearning "We live in a society consumed by materialism and the desire for more. Does this mean our next generation of children will grow up being literate and numerate greedy consumers whose lives are judged by their houses' size and the
Arjun Rohilla of Grade 5 Gyanshree School Noida shares a beautiful story to explain the Value of Appreciation. This story is about trust and betrayal, a fable about animals and how they have extra-sensory perception and live in harmony with nature. #JoyOfLearning