Submitted by aditi on 8 March, 2018 - 20:17
Do we really need this concept called motivation? Can we not examine, a little bit more carefully, as to how we all operate, including children.
One child was working on repairing bulbs, other three got interested and inspired they joined him.
One child was playing keyboard, another adult at the campus got inspired and started learning from him.
One child was washing clothes because he likes clean clothes
Submitted by aditi on 8 March, 2018 - 18:02
Showing strength in painting, making things, understanding electronics, knowing technology, filmmaking, photography, and sketching. Innovative, likes to try new things and courageous and adventurous especially with body intelligence activities (like climbing, jumping etc). Strong with verbal and theater kind of skills, as well as comfortable with talking to others, making friends with all ages and strong in people intelligence.
Submitted by aditi on 8 March, 2018 - 13:37
He is a fast learner, imaginative, connect various experiences, persistence (in the area of interest), understand the process, learn from people who have skills. He is showing interest in writing, making things traveling, adventure and various other things like presentation, reading,, sketching, designing, cooking…Imagine, Aarohi an open learning community where there is no curriculum, the world is our curriculum.
Submitted by aditi on 8 March, 2018 - 13:21
He got interested in Telescope.
He started liking astronomy.
He became our telescope man.
He took the challenge to take an hour of a session (Jatre) on space.
He worked many hours to prepare for this session.
What are planets?
What is the moon?
What are comets and asteroids?
What are stars?
What is a galaxy?
What is a black hole?
A video showing comparative sizes of various stars in the universe once again made us realize that we are just a special of the dot in the universe.
Submitted by aditi on 8 March, 2018 - 13:14
He imagines what he wants to make
He describes what he wants to make
he is clear what he wants to make
He makes what he wants to make
He has a scientific mind
He learns by observing
He observes what is around him
He observes people working
He observes how things work.
Watch video of his latest creation
Submitted by aditi on 20 February, 2018 - 19:29
Few words - democracy, peace, world, education, diversity,
Few designs by kids - Earth and people around, earth and tree around
Warli painting - lifestyle, representing democracy
Colour Palette - colors of India, culture, visual identity of mud walls, colorful costumes,
Peacock feathers and
Golden Ratio - Inner and outer circle (5:8)
All mixed together became the story behind the final logo of IDEC 2018.
Submitted by aditi on 20 February, 2018 - 19:01
Celebrating interdependence this week at Aarohi. But what is Interdependence? How is this different from depending? We often talk about being independent, but do we really exist in isolation or independently? You must have heard about the independence day but not interdependence day?
Submitted by aditi on 20 February, 2018 - 18:59
Have you ever seen electronics? When one talks about pottery, one can see the clay and pot. When one talks about carpentry one can see the tools and joints. But when talking about electronics, one can really not see the current passing. We often connect with the world around us using five senses...but with electronics, one can really not feel it.
Submitted by aditi on 19 February, 2018 - 21:30
So many kids are not hurt - They are just going through the first aid training. Getting closer to our own life!
Submitted by aditi on 19 February, 2018 - 21:24
She is 14yrs old, she has just finished a filmmaking course, she wanted to share her learnings with us at Aarohi. She prepared a presentation on filmmaking and she took a session with us. She also worked on making a film with some of us. It was great having her at Aarohi. We had a wonderful session with her on filmmaking. As she shared "Filmmaking is just not picking camera and shooting...it's an art. It requires a lot of detailing, preparation and understanding". She inspired us with her story, her passion.