Minutes of the Meeting on ALternative academics calendar by CBSE chairman , secretary, and Ncert Chairman

Minutes of the Meeting on ALternative academics calendar by CBSE Chairman, secretary, and Ncert Chairman 

These activities are to be conducted by children and parents at their homes. Parents may be guided by teachers. They can be guided via social media channels. 
In AAC Art integrated learning is there. Focus on content is not there but on learning outcomes. Mental health is emphasized by encouraging Yoga, Art, Music, Indoor games. 
More collaboration should be there. Children should be engaged by their peer group, parents and siblings using the available resources. 
More responsibility has to be given to parents. Every time we should not blame our teachers. 
Students can do project work. 
CBSE encourages assessment by peers, self-assessment, an observation by parents and assessment by teachers. It is not based on pen-paper right now. 

Swayamprabha channel can be watched by students who have simple mobiles from 9 AM to 5:30 PM. 
We can develop Rubrics in assessment. 
Students can download resources and go through them as per their convenience. 
In various activities multiple intelligence should be targeted. CBSE wants holistic development of children. It is emphasising on Strength Model, not Deficit Model.
Students should learn with the help of technology.
Focus should be on learning rather than testing by schools.
E-pathshala, Diksha and NROER can be used in addition to AAC.
Calendar is flexible.
Sole motive is for students to become self-learners.
The deletion of topics has not impacted the teaching-learning process in virtual classrooms. These topics have been integrated in other subjects very beautifully. Nothing is being missed by this one-time rationalization.
CBSE: Virtual Orientation *Programme on Alternative Academic Calendar. (17 July 2020 )
# Emphasis on students learning through multi disciplinary activities and projects.
# Introduction of key competency testing of students.
# Special programme to be chalked out by schools to meet the needs of special children.
# Address the challenges with positivity and spread positivity.
# Prepare children to face competencies so that they can compete with children from other countries as well. 
# Focus not on content but on learning outcomes.
# E pathshala and Diksha where academic books and video content is available.
# Activities to be done by students with teachers guidance and parents help.
# Learning made more joyful through art integration.
# Parents to take the onus of guiding their children to learn.
# Children to be involved in assessment process through self and peer assessment.
# Technology to be used as a tool for learning.
# Parents to facilitate children to learn.
# Digital education guidelines to be linked with alternative academic calendar.
# Assessment rubrics to be scientifically designed.
# Focus on holistic development of the child.*
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