The Information and Communications Technology programme was started to help students in high school achieve a technology-driven conceptual learning, peer-to-peer knowledge sharing, and achieve a wholesome experiential learning. It occurs in partnership with the Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM).
The ICT programme addresses the multiple learning styles in children and provides them with the opportunity to fully understand the subjects. The programme allows teachers to familiarize themselves with various technologies such as projectors, DVDs and operating computers, allowing them to use these as a means of teaching.
Students engage in audio-visual learning with their teachers and are encouraged to ask questions in the form of doubt slips; pushing the students to seek conceptual clarity on the topics. The programme has successfully created confidence and fluency amongst students and teachers, with modern-day technology.
As of today,
actively engage in audio-visual learning and 120 teachers have been trained.
The impact and transformation that we have created breathe through the community of Yadgir. We continue to learn from them and use their experiences to create a more personalised approach.
Yellappa was a shy student. He had difficulties in understanding and learning concepts. He was not confident about reading and writing english. Through Kalike’s Proficiency in English program, Yellapa today is confident about reading aloud in the class, his comprehension skills have shown marked improvement and he also actively participates in various class events. He has won several prizes for hand writing, reciting rhymes, etc.READ MORE
The library was restructured and renovated in this village and village school, but people wanted to safe guard the books than read it. Kalike’s Library program put a system in place through which students now are encouraged to borrow and read the books. The biggest recognition came when about 8 students opened their own school library.READ MORE
The Kalike library initiative not only sets up libraries in dedicated spaces in schools, but has also encouraged students to collect books and set up home libraries of their own.READ MORE