Opinion of the students
Every child says: Tell me and I will forget
Show me and I will remember
Involve me and I will understand.
Students are the best judges is a universal fact. Though the
pupils are too young, yet their impression of the activities, in which they participated were very transparent and explicit. They are bubbling with joy and happiness, in interacting and following the instructions for carrying out the activities. They readily came out with responses, which is an evidence of effective learning. They looked forward to subsequent classes with much enthusiasm and
excitement. Further the Teacher also did an indirect study if pupils’ impressions by self-introspection. She derived an immense pleasure while recollecting how well each and every child participated totally and joyfully in the classroom. No room was given for any child, to engage himself otherwise. She realized that every child was engrossed in the learning process and in solving the activities provided to them.
(Some of the Activity sheets are enclosed in App. 3, graph is drawn
to show the achievement of the goal lay before them.)
opinion of the collegeaues :
whilst experimenting the Project, the Investigators faced little or no
Problem at all from the colleagues. They were quite liberal in appreciating the pupils.
Opinion of parents:
Many parents opined that their wards needed no help, at home in the learning of maths. Many pupils had developed a liking too for the subject because of the activities and quiz time. Fear of mathematics is removed.
Opinion of Principal(S) and High Ranking Official of the
The letters contained therein are self-explanatory. The Investigator has been appreciated. The investigator received all the help and coordination from the Principal (K.v. Mysore) and from H.M. madam.
The enclosed Inspection Reports are self-explanatory.The investigator
was liberally appreciated in the staff meeting.