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School Transformation Projects

 
 

Organization : Mitra Technology Foundation (iVolunteer)

 
 

Location : Andhra Pradesh,Delhi,Haryana,Karnataka,Maharashtra,Tamil Nadu,Telangana,West Bengal

 
 

Project Description

The School Transformation Project helps schools or school systems reflect on, plan and undertake changes in School towards education for enhanced and creative learning.

We use the following phases of the process to take a closer look at important issues and prioritize action.


Phases can be undertaken in any order or simultaneously. Insights we gain initiate new cycles of continuous improvement:

  1. Introspection to understand the needs through principal, teachers and students
  2. Inquiry to discover possibilities for change
  3. Innovation in learning space and pedagogy
  4. Implementation of the suggested plan
  5. Insight for continuous improvement and support

iVolunteer has successfully transformed more then 20 Schools in past 3 years.

Some of the Schools transformed by us are:

Pune

  • Aanganwadi 1,2,3 in Sudumbare Gaon, Pune;  
  • Pragati Vidayalaya, Hadpasar, Pune; 
  • Sancheti Vidayalaya, PCMC, Pune, 
  • New English School, BekhraiNagar, Pune,
  • Sant Garoba School, Pune;
  • Shree Chhatrapati Sambhaji High School, Koregaon Bhima, Pune.


Chennai

  • PV Rao School, Chennai; 


Delhi NCR

  • Gargi SKV School, Delhi;
  • DTEA School, South Delhi;
  • Pragati School, Gurgaon; 
  • VIshwas Vidayalya, Gurugram
  • Shiksha Education Centre, Gurugram


Mumbai

  • ADAPT Schol, Bandra, Mumbai;
  • ADAPT School, Chembur; 
  • Prabhadevi Municipal Secondary School, Mumbai



Hyderabad

  • Government Primary and High School, Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad; 

  • Zila Parishad High School, Redla Repka Village; 


Bengaluru

  • Government Tamil Primary School, Shanthinagar, Bengaluru; 
  • Government Lower Primary School, Devasandra, Bengaluru. 
The School Transformation Project helps schools or school systems reflect on, plan and undertake changes in School towards education for enhanced and creative learning.
We use the following phases of the process to take a closer look at important issues and prioritize action.
Phases can be undertaken in any order or simultaneously. Insights we gain initiate new cycles of continuous improvement:
 
 
 
 

Project Type : CSR

 
 

Special Features of Project


The special features is our approach and consideration in designing the projects:
Adopting an approach to transformation that’s flexible enough to address continual change.
Involve stakeholders early in the vision setting process to focus on reflection and discussion of identified goals
Investigate teaching, learning and assessment for School's professional development along with leadership
Investigate environments and facility designs for learning.
 Broad collaborative partnerships, within and beyond the school.
Ensure that teachers are as engaged as parents, the community and the children.
Define tasks and timelines for various implementation phase which may include learning space construction, professional development, creation of the technology infrastructure or piloting new practices.
Put ideas into practice by creating and executing the detailed plan for change. A critical component of this phase is developing benchmarks and success metrics to evaluate the transformation and its impact on children, teachers and neighbouring communities.

The special features is our approach and consideration in designing the projects:

  1. Adopting an approach to transformation that’s flexible enough to address continual change.
  2. Involve stakeholders early in the vision setting process to focus on reflection and discussion of identified goals
  3. Investigate teaching, learning and assessment for School's professional development along with leadership
  4. Investigate environments and facility designs for learning.
  5. Broad collaborative partnerships, within and beyond the school.
  6. Ensure that teachers are as engaged as parents, the community and the children.
  7. Define tasks and timelines for various implementation phase which may include learning space construction, professional development, creation of the technology infrastructure or piloting new practices.
  8. Put ideas into practice by creating and executing the detailed plan for change.
  9. A critical component of this phase is developing benchmarks and success metrics to evaluate the transformation and its impact on children, teachers and neighbouring communities.

 

 
 

Project Donors and Partners

Synopsys, S&P foundation, Credit Suisse, Tata Starbucks, JP Morganchase, Citibank
 
 
 

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