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It is imperative for the holistic development of students that they are being imparted education with a pragmatic approach and not just with the purpose of making them mug up the curriculum. Exhibitions play a major role in enhancing the overall development of students. OWS organized the Science exhibitions on 24th February 2018 to make learning a better and fun experience for students. Children learn best when they’re involved in the learning. This means getting to ask questions and have discussions. It also mean, letting their interests to explore. Keeping the importance of learning Science with experience, Oxford World School organised a Science Exhibition for the Children to know learning science is so much fun!!! Children were explained the Three R’s Mantra : Reduce, Reuse and Recycle; which is the only way to save the environment from getting deteriorated.

    Our contributions
  • Reduce: to make something smaller or use less, resulting in a smaller amount of waste. Try to use less plastic bags and avoid plastic use.
  • Reuse: You can "reuse" materials in their original form instead of throwing them away, or pass those materials on to others who could use them too.
  • Recycle: Don’t just toss everything in the trash. Lots of things (like cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard) can be remade into either the same kind of thing or new products. Making new items from recycled ones also takes less energy and fewer resources than making products from brand new materials.

OWS believes it’s advantageous to conduct such exhibitions because it helps

  • Increase Student Engagement - Students felt great ownership of their work because they wanted to make a difference and they knew their work would have an audience beyond their teachers.
  • The science exhibitions encouraged students to think out of the box and be creative and inventive. It makes them enjoy science and just not take it as a mere subject. Students are able to come up with their own ideas.
  • Students are able to develop the skills of leadership and learn how to work in groups through such events. As they are supposed to work in groups, it teaches them how to work in tandem by co-operating with others.
  • Scientific temper among students is being developed which fosters them to become better scientists as well as better citizens who are capable of governing their personal thoughts and actions in a scientific manner.
  • Science exhibitions generate deep interest in young minds of students. Students endeavour to comprehend every activity they are engaged in by asking questions and seeking answers.
  • Scientific aptitude should be inculcated in student’s minds at an early stage of education. It is the need of the hour to exhibit the ideas of scientific education system in order to develop potential of individuals and communities so that sustainable development via science education could be achieved.