Jamshedpur News: Tata Workers Union High School Kadma, once known as Dabba School, has now made its mark at the national level. This has become possible due to the teacher working there, Shipra Mishra. His method of teaching took this school to the national stage. He was today honored with the President’s Award for his method of teaching. She was the Governor of Jharkhand in a program organized in Delhi Rashtrapati Bhavan and currently the President of the country, Draupadi Murmu honored her.
According to Shipra Mishra, he started teaching children in an innovative, creative way. He made a difficult subject like science a subject of play for children. The complex chapter of geometry of mathematics was made easy by gardening and siege of trees. Made the boundary wall of the garden located in the school premises with a used plastic bottle. His different thinking, innovative idea has reached this point.
qr code of trees
Shipra Mishra, who sees and understands science from a different perspective, used the digital platform well. Taught children how to use mobile. He worked to reconcile nature and science. Shipra Mishra told that she used to see that people use scan code, bar code, QR code only for payment, while it has wider dimensions. Shipra converted the mystery of the trees and plants in her school into a QR code. They made a QR code of detailed information of all the trees. Now any child can scan that QR code and get complete information about the tree like its secret, properties, species, where it is found. Similarly, he made different shapes of geometry like triangle, quadrilateral, hexagon, circle to make different shapes interesting in the garden. Their QR code was also made.
Shipra Mishra has got these honors
Best Science Teachers Award by NML in 2020
State Level Teacher Award in 2019
Award for Best Teacher of the Year by Rotary Club in 2017
Best teacher award from Inner Wheel Club