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Monday, 4 September 2017

ZEN MEDITATION

ZEN is a journey towards enlightenment; a journey of spirit.
Living ZEN is the understanding that i can experience emotion, feeling or adversity- without letting it consume me.
Students of class I-IV learnt and practiced ZEN meditation under the guidance of ISA
Co-ordinator Ms. Ramandeep during their Yoga period that is allotted to students in their time-table. 

Saturday, 2 September 2017

                       "Peace begins in your heart
                               Grow in your mind
                         Manifests through your will
                    and, spreads through your action."

After taking the shower of positive vibes under the guidance of Dr.Seema, students of grade V-VII shouldered the responsibility to make their parents feel same out of their hustle bustle life.
Students generously, engaged their parents in Raj Yoga in the school premises at Mount Litera Zee School.

Student's response encourage teachers to do lot for them as student's cheerful and enthusiastic participation in relishing mindfulness among their stimulates. Teachers also help them in spreading the peaceful essence. Students of class V-VII learnt OPEN EYE meditation under the guidance of ISA Co-ordinator Ms. Ramandeep during their Yoga period.
Students did research study on meditation  techniques followed in India (Open eye/ Close eye meditation) and Japan (ZEN mediation).
ISA co-ordinator Ms.Raman & Ms. Shaifali occupied parents of grade V-VII students in Indian Meditation technique "RAJ YOGA MEDITATION" in MLZS.
Parents showed their excitement by being a part of it. At the end of the "RAJ YOGA MEDITATION" session parents smiling faces were indicating the relaxed response.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Mindfulness Raj Yoga Meditation was conducted for the students of class V-VII by Dr.Seema Chopra, follower of Brahma Kumari's , in the MLZS Ludhiana on the account of International Meditation Day.   

"THE GREATEST GOODNESS IS A PEACEFUL MIND."



Friday, 11 August 2017

ISA JOURNEY OF MLZS LUDHIANA





OUR ISA JOURNEY BEGINS WITH THE ACTION PLAN BRIEFING MEETING HELD ON APRIL 26, 2017 AT HOTEL-THE SURYAA, NEW DELHI.
ISA CO-ORDINATOR: MS.RAMANDEEP & ONE OF THE ISA MEMBER MS.GURWINDER KAUR ATTENDED THE MEETING.

ABOUT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD.....



The British Council International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for:
  • Nurturing global citizenship in young people
  • Enriching teaching and learning
ISA was introduced in India in the year 2003 and nearly 2500 schools across the country have joined this exciting journey since then. The range of schools participating in the International School Award varies from the well-resourced private schools to government schools from rural areas and schools for the less advantaged communities. The International School Award now has a presence in 31 countries worldwide.

Key benefits of getting the International School Award

  • It has a positive impact on not just the students, but also the teachers and school in entirety. 
  • It is a leadership challenge and fosters team building, innovation, and project management.

International School Award (ISA)

The British Council International School Award (ISA) is a benchmark scheme that accredits school as having an outstanding level of support for:
  1. Nurturing global citizenship in young people
  2. Enriching teaching and learning
ISA was introduced in India in the year 2003 and nearly 1300 schools across the country have joined this exciting journey since then. The range of schools participating in ISA varies from the well-resourced private schools to government schools from rural areas and schools for the less advantaged communities. The ISA now has a presence in 31 countries worldwide.
School across the world are grappling with the challenge of providing relevant education in face of rapid technological advancements that are changing the way we live and work. It is widely accepted that the traditional chalk and talk model of content oriented teaching cannot adequately prepare young people for the future.
A change towards process and value oriented experiential learning is not easy. Sustainable, transformational change is hard to bring about by discrete workshops or even extended staff achievements difficult to measure and success rarely celebrated.
The ISA approach to school development is holistic and mirrors the approach we are encouraging teachers to use with their students. It is rigorous and evidence based. The process of acquiring the information, Students working on information acquired and the actual activity and wider dissemination of the information, should be well documented.
ISA is a leadership challenge and fosters team building, Innovation, and project management. Putting together the action plan and the portfolio of evidence encourages collaboration and critical thinking. Keeping the staff motivated and enthusiastic through the year puts the head teacher and ISA coordinator’s leadership skills to test. There is a little doubt that good leadership is second only to good teaching in raising standards in school.
ISA is a content free and schools are encouraged to embed it within their own curriculum. ISA gives context to practice new skills in information & communication Technology (ICT) and pedagogy in a safe and structured manner. Participating in briefings and workshops, online community and the award ceremony brings together a large number of schools across the country fostering rich exchange of ideas and creating a vibrant community of education professionals.