To impart lessons to students in innovative way, Chandrapur zilla parishad in Maharashtra has painted the walls of streets and public places with maths concepts. The initiative is taken to provide classes to poor students, who were unable to take up online classes.
The officials are planning, if Mathematics concepts become successful, the initiative will be extended to other subjects also. The idea behind it is to provide lessons to students through playful manner.
As part of the initiative, officials of the zilla parishad’s education department have painted mathematical lessons taught in classes 1 to 5 on walls located at the main squares of villages.
Children are finding the method attractive and they are learning maths while playing with their friends. The objective of the mission is to make them understand various mathematical concepts and build their interest in the subject, while focusing on developing an overall atmosphere of education in rural areas.
With schools closed from mid-March due to Corona pandemic, many such innovative are used to teach students in rural areas by officials. From painting walls from circulating pamphlets, many ways have been used to teach students in this crisis.