IT & E-Learning
Education is constantly changing the way students learn and how instructors teach. Technology is often the driving force behind many of the world’s changes and innovations. In education, creating an e-learning culture is more about developing and tweaking what already exists, sharing a common vision, and doing things a little differently.
E-learning refers to learning and teaching using electronic media and requires the use of information and communication technologies combined with electronic media.
Smart Classrooms is a comprehensive strategy for digital education in Schiller School. Smart Classrooms provides direction for harnessing the learning and business potential of ICT now and into the future.
- At Schiller we are committed to the concept of ‘learning by doing’. We believe learning is not mere delivery of knowledge but a real life experience where rote – learning is replaced by a complete hands-on experience including field experiences and project work, making the process engaging and enduring for the students. Teachers and students together build and apply knowledge so that no one is left out in this pursuit.
- We prepare students for the All India Secondary School Examination (Class X) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. The school offers study in the streams of Science and commerce.
- The medium of instruction is English and there is an earnest endeavor to teach the students English as a tool of communication. Hindi is taught as a second language to classes I – VIII. As a third language the students of classes IV-VIII are learning Sanskrit and French.
- The curriculum fabric for Classes I – VIII is woven in such a way so as to integrate the academic, social and moral values and foster holistic development of the learners.
School discipline is governed by school discipline committee which consists of a team of teachers, Head Boy and Head Girl. Various Components of discipline at school, are as follows:
Disciplinary Action Plan:
- To ensure proper dressing sense and respect for the uniform, parents are advice to send their wards in proper School Uniform. The students after three warnings will not be allowed to attend the school if not in proper uniform.
- Issue verbal warning depending upon the nature of the indiscipline for the first instance of such by the students. Provide counseling to the students and maintain the record of that in the disciplinary file and ERP.
- For a second time repeat of the indiscipline by the student, issue written warning to the student and call parents and take apology from them regarding their ward’s indiscipline.
- For further repetition, actions could range from rustication/T.C.
- If the disciplinary committee finds the mistake committed by students is severe then Point no.3 could be applicable straight away in that case.
- Disciplinary committee will be taking random rounds for checking of a unauthorized items like Mobile Phones, IPod, I pad, Pen Drives, MP3 Player, Sharp objects or any other electronic gadgets. If any student is found carrying any electronic gadget, then the gadget will be confiscated and a monetary fine of Rs. 500/-or more will be imposed.
- Using unfair means in a test or examination is a grave offence. A student who is found using unfair means will be awarded zero in the subject and will be issued a strict warning. Repetition of same offence will result in his/her expulsion from the school.
- Students are not allowed to drive motorized vehicles such as cars, scooters, and motorcycles within or outside the school.
- Under no circumstances will crackers, fireworks, firearms or any other inflammable material be permitted in school. A student involved in any act of such indiscipline would be given severe punishment, as severe as suspension from the school.
- The decision of Discipline Committee shall be deemed to be final.