Discover the Art of Embracing Mathematics: Engage, Create, and Explore
In an effort to revolutionize the way children perceive mathematics and science, the Centre for Creative Learning at IIT Gandhinagar has ingeniously crafted 700 toys and activities. These innovative tools aim to transform the learning experience into an enjoyable and captivating journey for young minds.
HOW TO BEFRIEND MATHS? GET CRAFTY & PLAY WITH IT
Centre for Creative Learning at IIT Gandhinagar has devised 700 Toys and activities To make Maths and Science Fun For Kids.
India's Largest geodesic ball made of bamboo and a String art logo of IIT-Gn made by interlinking 4,000 straight lines in a circle.
4000 schools using educational kits
5L registrations for 3030 STEM and 3030 Eklavya programmes.
10,000 teacher trained so far in innovative pedagogy.
36 hours of content for Government-run schools
427 teachers and 533 students from abroad benefited from 3030 Ekalavya online programmes.
a Camera obscura made at CCL
Nothing is difficult, says IIT Alumnus.
At the peak of his career, he decided to return from the US. “It was a meeting with Arvind Gupta, an inventor and author who designed educational toys, that changed the course of my life. He was also my senior at IIT Kanpur. at IUCAA’s Science Centre in Pune, he taught me how everyday objects could be used to explain scientific concept. I decided to devote myself completely to the cause,” he says.
What prompted him to choose his specific initiative was the dismal performance of Indian children in the international arena.
“Children grasp theory well, but when questions are tweaked, they struggle to find solutions. I decided to make science and maths intriguing for them to make them want to attend the classes and not run away from them,” he says.
- SUNDAY TIMES OF INDIA (TOI), AHEMDABD, DECEMBER 10, 2023.
📰 Published by the Sunday Special edition of Times of India newspaper
on December 10th, 2023.
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