Key features of innovations in teaching and learning implemented:
Using educational activities to teach complex concepts, improve retention, and enhance engagement among students. Towers of Hanoi challenges are conducted among students to enrich activity based learning.
Project Based Learning involves students working on extended, real-world projects that require critical thinking, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. Students are trained to participate in various project activities like ProjectExpo, PyExpo, Ideathon, hackathon and hackshops. Student laboratories and projects are done and available in various tools like Google colab, Git, Replit.
Tools like Google Docs, Microsoft Teams enable real-time collaboration, discussion, and group work among students, fostering teamwork and communication skills. This approach encourages learners to exchange ideas, challenge one another, and construct knowledge collectively.
Multimedia tools such as videos, animations, and interactive simulations can be used to help students visualize complex concepts and engage with the material in a more dynamic way.
Platforms like Google Classroom, Moodle facilitate online communication, assignment submissions, grading, and collaboration among students and teachers. Using e-learning platforms, students can access educational materials from anywhere and anytime. This approach can provide a more personalized learning experience, as students can progress through the material at their own pace and revisit content as needed.