Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday attended a particular “happiness class” the place students from Delhi authorities faculties turned teachers.
In the category, students shared their experiences with Sisodia about how “happiness curriculum” has created a constructive influence on their on a regular basis lives, which has been spent at house with faculties being shut since March as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
“Children’s day is celebrated so the guardians, parents, and teachers can reflect on how they can make this world a better place for our children. It’s especially noteworthy that these happiness classes, which have been happening for two years now, are being conducted in the midst of the COVID crisis, an extremely difficult situation for the students,” Sisodia mentioned.
“I am happy to know that our students have now become teachers of the happiness curriculum, by engaging their family members, and even their friends, spreading the message of the class in their own unique way,” he added.
The class was led by students Gulapsha and Nikhil, learning in BPSKV, Devli, and GCSV, Dwarka, respectively, who first performed a meditation session. “This was followed by a storytelling session wherein the students read out situational stories off a presentation, and then opened up the floor for a discussion amongst themselves. It was a reflective session, wherein every student individually took stock of the situation, and how they would react to it,” a Delhi authorities official mentioned.
Happiness Curriculum was began by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities in July 2018 with a imaginative and prescient to strengthen the foundations of happiness and well-being for all students via a 35-minute class performed day-after-day for all students from kindergarten to Class 8 throughout 1,030 authorities faculties in Delhi.