8th All India Level Drawing Contest for School Students.

Isprieth Academy welcomes submissions of paintings for its All India Level Drawing Contest-2022.  This competition is open to all the students from Grade 2 to Grade 12 from India. This is a platform for the school students to showcase their creativity and win certificates, medals and prizes. Students are encouraged to approach their school for registration.

School registration is now open.

(Please fill out the file with your details and upload it to the school registration link given below)

1. Steps to be followed by the school for registration.

Step 1: Read all the instructions given below.

Step 2: Keep the “List of Participants” ready category wise in excel format (School name and address must be included in the file) The spelling of each student must be free from spelling mistake. The same name will be printed on the Merit/Participation Certificate.

Step 3: Pay the registration fee using one of the payment methods given below. The school shall retain Rs.20/- per entry towards the honorarium of the invigilator and other expenditures like photocopying and postal expenses, etc…         

[Option 1-Pay online]

A/c Name: ISPRIETH ACADEMY / Bank: Karur Vysya Bank / A/C.No: 1603135000004671 Branch: Cumbum / IFSC Code: KVBL0001125

[Option 2] Scan the QR code and pay using PhonePe/G Pay…

[Option 3] Pay using our UPI ID – 9715333533-1@okbizaxis

Step 4: Save a copy of the online payment transaction’s screenshot.

Step 5: Click the “School Registration Link” given above and fill out the basic details about school, contact details of School, Principal & School Contest Coordinator; upload the participants list and screenshot of the online registration fee transaction.

2. Categories

Category A – Class II to Class V

Category B – Class VI to Class VIII

Category C – Class IX to Class XII

3. Contest Date

4 November 2022

4. Topic, Duration & Venue  

Topic: E-waste

(Category A, B & C)

Duration: 2 Hours

Venue: Your School

5. Registration Deadline

20 October 2022

6. Entry Fee

A participation fee @ Rs.100/- per participant shall be collected by the school. The school shall retain Rs.20/- per entry towards the honorarium of the invigilator and other expenditures like photocopying and postal expenses, etc.

7. Guidelines for Students

  • Each student can send only one entry.
  • The painting should be done in A4 or A3 size chart paper.
  • Students must bring all required materials for the contest.
  • Students can use any medium like water colours, pastels, pencils, etc.

While drawing the artwork, the participant can focus on any one or more of the following key concepts.

* What is e-waste? | * Impact of e-waste in environment.

* Impact of e-waste in animals.| * Impact of e-waste in human beings.   

Students should write their Name, Class and Section, Contact Number of the Student, E-mail id of the Student/Parent, Address and Phone Number of School and School Code at the backside of their chart paper.

Judging Criteria

  • Does the submitted art work fit the theme of the competition?
  • Creative interpretation of the theme.
  • Originality of the work.
  • The composition and design of the work.

8. Prizes and Awards

  • Attractive Prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners at National Level in each category.
  • Medals and Merit Certificates for the prize winners.
  • Special Prizes. (If there are more than 500 entries in a category)
  • All the participants will be awarded with the participation certificate.
  • Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.

Certificates and Mementos to the School, Principal and Contest Co-ordinator in recognition of their efforts in organising the contest.

9. Parcel of Entries

Parcel of entries should be packed properly. Schools will send their entries at their own risk and expenses. Entries must be despatched on 4th November 2022 to Isprieth Academy. Kindly, don’t forget to mention the School Code, District, State and Pin code in the ‘From Address’.

10. Rules and Regulations

Each School should send minimum of 25 entries however there is no limit to maximum entries.

If the contest date is not convenient for the school, kindly speak to us. Convenient date can be finalised.

Once we receive the School Registration Form, School Code will be mailed to the registered schools.

The Principal/Head Master/Head Mistress and School Contest Coordinator should confirm that the entries sent by the school are original and unaided.   

The following lines must be compulsorily included in a formal letter.

“We send the following entries after having accepted all the rules and regulations of ‘All India Level Drawing Contest-2020’ organised by ‘Isprieth Academy’. We declare that the entries sent by us are original and unaided”.

11. Students are encouraged to approach their school for registration.

Module 2 – Motivation or Anticipatory Set

Dear user, this is a free e-learning course for the teachers. Take your time learning the material and assess yourself at the end of the module.

Name of the learning module: Motivation or Anticipatory Set in 21st Century Lesson Plan

Duration: 40 Minutes

Introduction – 1 Minute

You want something that will grab your students’ attention and get them to think. Motivation can be very useful. The motivation could be anything. It may be a question, a demonstration, or a physical activity…

It’s all up to you. Find what works for you and grab the attention of students.

Learning Outcomes – 1 Minute

In this tutorial, you will learn about

  • The importance of having an energizer at the right time in a classroom setting.
  • The differences between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
  • 4 types of students in our classroom in terms of motivation.
  • Various types of tools and techniques that help to motivate students and grab their attention.

Steps in learning.

1. Learn the key points – 10 Minutes

In broad terms, motivation can be classified into two types.

  • Intrinsic
  • Extrinsic

Intrinsic motivation (coming from within)

Intrinsic motivation refers to the instinctive pleasure students get when they learn something new or succeed in a challenge. Lepper and Hodell (1989) proposed that intrinsic motivation could be enhanced in the classroom by using:

  • Challenge – A moderate level of difficulty will allow students to experience a sense of mastery and competence when they succeed.
  • Curiosity – Students are interested in resolving inconsistencies in their experiences, such as learning why a penny sinks but a ferry floats.
  • Fantasies – Allow students to use their imagination to step out of real life.
  • Control – Students are more likely to be motivated when they perceive themselves to be in control of their behaviour.

Extrinsic motivation (originating from something external)

Extrinsic motivation refers to doing something because it has a separable outcome, such as awarding stickers for good results. This type of motivation is often used in classrooms, but its effectiveness has been questioned. Expected, tangible rewards (as distinct from unexpected rewards or verbal praise) have been shown to have a strong negative influence on other types of motivation. When you use extrinsic motivation help students to appreciate the value or utility of the task; this will help make sure students participate in the task with a sense of volition.

  • rewards
  • praise
  • privileges
  • attention

When is the right time for an energizer?

Children are busy people. But when it comes to school they just freeze. They have to sit still for a long time and that’s why they get tired. For some reason your students aren’t listening anymore. They are not focused and start talking. There are a lot of reasons why students get distracted:

  • It is the last hour of the day
  • It’s Friday afternoon
  • Students get tired after lunch
  • It’s Monday morning
  • The content is boring
  • The content is not relevant to your students (“why should I learn this?”)
  • You have been talking for a long time without interaction
  • The room is too hot or too cold
  • And many more

If you notice that students are losing attention for one of these reasons, it is time to think about a motivational activity.

2. Know more about motivation techniques  –  7 Minutes

3. Take the quiz and find out how much you have learnt – 16 Minutes

Assessment

Welcome to your Motivation or Anticipatory Set in 21st Century Lesson Plan Assessment

Your Name
Your Email
Contact Number

4. Reflection – 5 Minutes

When do you believe motivation in the classroom is necessary and when do you believe it is not? Make your own inspiring activity and post it in the comments below or in the comment section of YouTube video you watched in this module.

We hope you had a good time learning the module. Use the social media buttons below to share this learning module on your social media profile.

Module 1 – Learning Objectives

Dear user, this is a free e-learning course for the teachers. Take your time learning the material and assess yourself at the end of the module.

Name of the learning module: Learning Objectives of a 21st Century Lesson Plan

Duration: 30 Minutes

Introduction  – 2 Minutes

Learning objectives in education are brief statements that describe what students are expected to learn by the end of the school year, course, unit, lesson, project, or class period.

Defining learning objective is complicated by the fact that educators use a wide variety of terms for learning objectives, and the terms may or may not be used synonymously from place to place.

Learning objectives are commonly referred to as:

  • Student learning objectives
  • Benchmarks
  • Grade-level indicators
  • Learning targets
  • Performance indicators
  • Learning standards

Learning Outcomes  – 1 Minute

In this tutorial, you will learn about

  • The importance of writing learning objectives.
  • What to ask yourself before writing learning objectives?
  • SMART attributes in writing objectives.
  • Objectives related to cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.
  • Sample objectives related to cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.

Steps in learning.

1.Learn the key points from the video –  7 Minutes

2. Take the quiz and find out how much you have learnt –  15 Minutes

The assessment questions will be based on the information presented above. If you haven’t gone over the text and video contents thoroughly enough before taking the test, go through content and watch the video again.

3. Answer the question asked at the end of the video –  5 Minutes

We hope you had a good time learning the module. Use the social media buttons below to share this learning module on your social media profile.

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