SSA e Content Online Education Std 7
The concept of Smart School project focuses on enhanced interactivity in a classroom using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Multimedia based resources as well as comprehensive development of school in pedagogic and infrastructural context, like availability of proper rooms, network connectivity, security of school premises, maintenance of infrastructure, use of building components in learning, activity based learning etc. Providing for these components will be taken care of in the programme for improvement of educational opportunities and facilities.
Prior to 1988, it was the State Institute of Education. It was later upgraded to SCERT in 1988 under a resolution of the State Education Department. The Upgraded SCERT, now known as the Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT), is a fully-fledged state-level educational institution and is managed and guided by a board of directors as well as an executive committee.
Through Mandal Std. 1-12 Gujarati Medium textbooks are published. Thereafter in Hindi, English, Marathi, Sindhi, Urdu, Sanskrit and Tamil Language also text books are published.
The concept of ‘Smart School’ is not only to build ‘Technologically advanced schools’ but also to use the entire environment of learning by integrating the concepts of Pragna – Activity Based Learning (ABL), Computer Aided Learning(CAL) and Building as Learning Aid ( BaLA) using the infrastructure of the school in proper manner for teaching-learning process.
When railroad magnate and former California Gov. Stanford and his wife, Jane Lathrop Stanford, lost their only child, Leland, Jr., to typhoid in 1884, they decided to make a university because the foremost fitting memorial, and deeded thereto an outsized fortune that included the 8,180-acre Palo Alto stock farm that became the campus. The campus is found within the traditional territory of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. The Stanfords made their plans whilst the fashionable research university was taking form.