Learning Science their Way

Published: 11th July 2015 02:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th July 2015 02:52 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The Rotary Club of Drishti and Chakshumathi, organisations working for the benefit of visually impaired students, will be conducting a one-day workshop on science learning for visually challenged students, on July 11.

The main aim of the workshop is to encourage these students to learn science with more involvement and insight, besides developing innovative approaches in the learning process in the practical arena.

The workshop is designed to allow more demonstrations and thought-provoking discussions among the students through questions and answers. Students from classes eight to 10 and their science teachers and parents are invited for the workshop. The teachers can share their way of teaching and learning methodologies for knowledge storming for the students to find the best way accessible to them. This session will also help them enrich their knowledge on the subject -Why not science for the blind students?

The workshop will be held on July 11 at St Louis School for the Blind, Adyar, between 10 am and 5 pm. For details, contact Raghuraman, coordinator, Rotary Club of Drishti, on 9840018012. 

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