For underprivileged students in Sundarban, access to quality education is a big challenge. To address this issue, Mukti Kishalaya Support Schools (MKSS) has initiated joyful learning and yoga, which can help improve the learning outcomes and well-being of these students. 64 teachers of 29MKSS are effectively implementing these processes for 1,010 students by ensuring the sustainability of the program.
Joyful learning through recitation, group performances, and craft-making is an approach to education that emphasizes the use of interactive and engaging methods to enhance learning outcomes. This approach is making the learning process more enjoyable and effective while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills, which are essential for student’s future success.
Yoga is a holistic practice that involves physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Yoga can help reduce stress and anxiety by promoting relaxation and mindfulness. It can help students focus and concentrate better in class. Yoga can help improve physical health, flexibility, strength, and balance, leading to improved overall well-being. Finally, yoga can help develop positive social and emotional skills, such as empathy, compassion, and self-awareness, which are essential for student’s personal growth.
By initiating these processes, MKSS is creating a comprehensive approach to improving education for underprivileged primary students in Sundarban. Additionally, this approach is helping to address the issue of low attendance and dropout rates, as students have greater motivation to attend and engage in learning activities.