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ST. MARK’S GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
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ASEF Project - (September 2021)
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Ensuring gender equality is crucial to build peaceful, prosperous & sustainable societies.”

To promote gender equitable classrooms among school communities, the Asia - Europe Foundation (ASEF) has planned 2021 ASEFClassNet School Collaboration project on “Gender Equality and the SDGs". This school collaboration welcomes teachers to engage in different activities to discuss gender equality from diverse cultural perspectives.

ASEF team organised its first project meeting which was attended by Ms. Anjali Handa and Ms. Hardeep Kaur from our school. In the introductory session we got to know the Project Facilitators, the ASEF ClassNet team and other Participants from Asia and Europe and got a good overview of the background and framework of the ASEF ClassNet project series. The facilitators organised an interesting ice-breaking session for the participating teachers and provided the necessary information on the overall project objectives & expected outcomes to better understand our engagements during & after the project. With their joint expertise & experiences, we are hopeful to make our project a truly inspiring and engaging endeavour.
Public Speaking Session@Indonesia - (26 August 2021)
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“Speakers who talk about what life has taught them never fail to keep the attention of their listeners” - Dale Carnegie.

Our International Linkages Head, Ms. Anjali Handa, had an interactive session with students of grade 7 and 9 of SMP Don Bosco III, Indonesia during their Public Speaking Class on 26 August 2021. She not only talked about the Education System in India, but also shared her experiences as an educator at St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School. Discussions were held related to online teaching during the pandemic, and the online project “Rhythm of Life” planned for the students of SMGS and Don Bosco.

This ice-breaking session was organized by the Indonesian teacher, Ms. Florentina Esti keeping in mind that their students will learn to open mind and heart to global issues and develop empathy for others in this pandemic era.
Online Collaboration between the schools of Singapore and India - (24 August 2021)
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Culture is a window reflecting the history, culture and spiritual world of a nation and cultural exchange is a bridge to enhance the mutual understanding and friendship between the people of different nations”.

We at St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School had the second round of virtual student exchange programme with Nanyang Girls High School, Singapore. The programme was hosted by Singaporean school with online session that took place on 24 august 2021. Students of both schools shared their culture through different handicrafts, each teaching the other their own culture’s handicrafts. The students made bookmarks with Warli art design, made Chatterbox and also played games on Charades, Scribbl.io etc. – in different break out rooms of the Zoom session. This helped the students of both schools to appreciate the beauty of each other’s diverse culture.

The student also showed their handicraft work and shared their experiences. The meet concluded with introduction of TLE Site and UN project on environment conservation, which will be the topic of discussion in the third session between the two school participants.
E-Book - (July 2021)
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Nothing Succeeds like Success.

It all started a year back when, students of 5 countries including ours started with an online project called, “Mythical Lores” with the sole aim of creating a brand new E-story. The student-members of the project linked the characters from distinct cultural myths into their own chronicle.

The story was started by the participating students of St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School and then successively handed over to the students of France, Greece, Hungary, and Malaysia, who moulded it into a fascinating narrative. It was a grand honour to collaborate with everyone indeed.

Finally, the story is ready for your perusal and we are proud to share the flipbook of the E- story, “DROWNED IN LOTUSES”.

Hope you will enjoy reading, just the way we enjoyed weaving it.

We earnestly thank Ms. Laurence Barbier (France), Ms. Foteini Veneti (Greece), Ms. Kinga Belley (Hungary), and Ms. Santhi Jeyaraman (Malaysia) for their guidance and efforts.

To view the e-book - "Drowned in Lotuses" : Click here - https://online.flippingbook.com/view/722344042/
International Collaborations : Virtual Exchange with a school in Singapore - (24 May 2021)
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The Beginning of a Virtual Cultural Exchange.

William Buttler Yeats once said, “There are no strangers, only friends you haven’t met.”

St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School has begun a virtual student exchange programme with Nanyang Girls High School, Singapore. The programme, hosted by the Singaporean school, will be spread across six months.

The online ice-breaking session took place on 24 May 2021.

Students of Classes 9 to 11 got an opportunity to make new friends from another part of the globe. In the first session, students from both schools played various fun games – a quiz on online platform Kahoot, ‘Bingo’ and ‘2 truths 1 lie’ – in different break-out rooms on Zoom. This led to an enriching exchange of information on Singapore and the fellow Asian country’s culture.

The meet concluded with students and teachers sharing their experience of holding the first session of the virtual cultural exchange being held amidst the pandemic.
Team Working on Lithuania Project - (May 2021)
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Culture is a strong part of people's lives. It influences their views, their values, their hopes, their loyalties, and their worries and fears. Working with people of myriad cultures and building bonds with them, helps in better understanding of cultural diversity.

Thus, exposing young minds to various cultures is vital towards personal growth. Resonating with this thought, we often give opportunities to our students to interact and collaborate with students in different parts of the world. One such joint venture that we initiated virtually this year was with our buddies in Lithuania. The project provided the students with an exposure to learn and explore the rich cultural lineage of our friends beyond borders. We present to you the team working on the project ePals India-Lithuania.
 
Zoom Meet With Partner School in Lithuania
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You relate better when you talk face to face....

A Zoom Meet was organised for the students of Class VII and VIII, with their ePals from Lithuania. The students were delighted to meet their jovial partners as well as the Lithuanian teacher facilitator from Vilnius Waldorf Green School, Ms. Lolita Kucinskiene. It was a brief face-to-face online interactive session which started with a cordial tete-e-tete and concluded with a happy exchange of ideas.
Student Exchange Program : Virtual Tour of My Country - (March 2021)
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The World is a book and those who do not Travel read only one page. - St. Augustine.

St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School believes in the above mentioned thought and has always promoted travelling among the students through student- exchange programs. In these pandemic times, since physical movement is not possible, a project based on virtual tour was initiated.

An online project named, “Virtual Tour of my country” between Russia, Slovakia, Indonesia, Singapore and our school was started in the month of February 2021, so that the students can know more about these countries through virtual presentations shared. Interesting facts on geography, climatic conditions, important places to visit, cuisines, culture and festivals etc were discussed.

On 19 March, Russia, Slovakia, and Singapore presented their presentations on Zoom and all the others viewed it with enthusiasm. It was followed by the presentations given by Indonesia and India on 27 March. Overall, it was an informative and interactive project. Life is short and the world is wide and one should always make use of any opportunity to gain knowledge about this beautiful world.
International Projects : Online Zoom Meet with a school in Malaysia - (February 2021)
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The name of the online project is - Mythical Lores.

’Life is beautiful not because of the things we see or do. Life is beautiful because of the people we meet’’. - Simon Sinek.

Believing in the same the student participants of the online project - Mythical Lores from St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School and SM SAINS SELANGOR, Malaysia took part in an online meeting on zoom to share insights on how to move further and complete the e-chain story that had been initiated by the Indian students and which travelled to France, where it took a beautiful turn and then reached Greece and has now reached Hungary. The next in the line, the Malaysian school is now responsible to complete the e- story.
 
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