Within the framework of the Value Education Project, Mukti has crafted a series of theme-based classroom activities set to kick off this September. These engaging activities are designed to instill values in children through enjoyable and interactive experiences.
As part of this initiative, students from classes 8 to 10 at Mukti Support Schools have been organized into small groups comprising 5 to 7 individuals. These groups are tasked with selecting two teachers—one from MSS and another from outside MSS—for interviews. The objective behind these interviews is to uncover the life journeys of these educators, delving into their personal values, lifestyles, ideals, and ethical principles. By sharing these insights within the larger group, the aim is to inspire the students, strengthen teacher-student relationships, foster leadership skills through group activities, encourage teamwork, cultivate a positive work ethic, nurture a sense of collective interest over personal gain, reduce the power dynamic between teachers and students, and enhance students’ concentration abilities, among other benefits.
The meticulous planning and execution of this process involves various stakeholders, including TICs (Teacher-in-charge), field coordinators, and MSS teachers. They collaborate on forming groups, defining the questions students will pose, structuring the interview process, and establishing a code of conduct for the interviews. Thus far, interviews have been successfully conducted in approximately 20-25 MSS.
Upon the conclusion of the interview phase across all schools, a comprehensive analysis will be undertaken to assess the students’ attitudes, their experiences, and any challenges they encountered during the process. Additionally, the teachers’ conduct throughout this initiative will be evaluated to ensure its effectiveness and impact on the student’s development.