Learning & Education: Visual & Audio

PostedonApr. 27, 2014in Learning and Education

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  1. दोन भाषांचे बोट धरून – आदिवासी मुलांना मातृभाषेपासून शाळेतील भाषेपर्यंत पोहोचण्यास साह्य कसे करता येते यावर डॉक्युमेंटरी. Going the bilingual way (Marathi, with English subtitles) by Varsha Sahasrabuddhe. A documentary on work about facilitation of transition of tribal children from home language to school language. (checked on 27 Sep. 2018)

  2. Interview with Team members of Project Defy. Project Defy believes that education must be brought back into the hands of the people, and therefore we envision a self-designed education for all, which is accessible, equitable and localised. Seeking to break the existing factory-model of learning, the team helps communities create their own schools, called Nooks. (checked on 5 Dec. 2020)

  3. Puvidham – A School outside the Classroom. Puvidham translates from Tamil into love for the earth. This rural primary school has been providing education to the children of Farmers, Migrating Labourers and the under-privileged for the last 18 years in the Nagarkoodal area of Dharmapuri district, Tamil Nadu. The documentary showcases Puvidham where Children do organic farming as an everyday school activity, and manage school on their own without much help from the adults. (checked on 4 Jul. 2018)

  4. Dr. Gautama, Director, Pathshala, Chennai | Excellence in Human Behaviour, speaking at The School Leaders Convention – Imperatives in Education, hosted by Bombay Cambridge Gurukul Group of Schools. The core of his work has been to facilitate the building of a robust and sustainable staff culture through which initiative and change can emerge in an educational institution. (checked on 19 Mar. 2019)

  5. Sushma Deshpande performs Vhay Mi Savitribai (Marathi) – The life and struggles of India’s first female teacher and anti-caste rebel Savitribai Phule, from her perspective. (checked on 11 Jan. 2018)

  6. George the Poet on Climate Change – BRIT-nominated wordsmith ‘George the Poet’ issues a compelling call to action in this powerful new poem. Words brought to life via the stunning imagery of illustrator Katie Halil. (checked on 19 Mar. 2018)

  7. Schools kill Creativity – Vidhi Jain’s Josh Talk on how schools kill creativity and why she chooses to unschool. (checked on 10 Jan. 2018)

  8. The Unschoolers Winter Camp 2017 () – A glimpse into the Unschoolers Winter Camp held at Shikshantar, Udaipur, from Nov 1-Dec 30, 2017. This film was shot and made by the unschoolers themselves. (checked on 10 Jan. 2018)
  9. Kala ke Sang, the Art Within –  a film on the work of NEG-FIRE, the outcome of 8 art workshops for children, teachers and communities of Bhil and Baiga tribes in MP and Chhattisgarh in 2009-10. (checked on 25 Aug. 2017)

  10. Ram-Ram Udaipur Episode-1/ Episode -2 : This is a monthly TV series developed by youth, Kishan Prajapat and Karan Singh. And its purpose is to inspire people for swaraj and localization. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  11. Learning Transformation – Voices for another Education is a film by Learn2Change about re-imagining education beyond the factory like school systems that colonialism and the western monoculture of education spread around the globe. (checked on 3 Aug. 2015)

  12. Arvind Gupta Toys: Our core belief is that children learn by doing – by touching, feeling, cutting, sticking — pulling things apart, putting things together. We believe that this hands-on science helps them relate to curriculum and get conceptual understanding. We believe this will revolutionize the way children learn. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  13. If the shoe doesn’t fit? Explorations into co-creating whole selves at the Unfolding Learning Societies Conference held in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, 18-22 December 2002, and co-hosted by Shikshantar, Abhivyakti, Pioneers of Change and UNESCO, who invite you to join together in regenerating our multiple identities, dreams, expressions, relationships, ways of knowing, learning webs. (checked on 16 Nov. 2017)

  14. What really happens when we replace a traditional culture’s way of learning and understanding the world with our own? SCHOOLING THE WORLD takes a challenging, sometimes funny, ultimately deeply disturbing look at the effects of modern education on the world’s last sustainable indigenous cultures. Here you can see Part 1. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  15. A Week in the Life of the Creativity Adda – a video created by students of The Creativity Adda in operation at a Govt. school in Darya Ganj, Delhi. The Adda is based on the pedagogy of self-designed learning and draws inspiration from Gandhi’s Nai Taleem, Tagore’s Shantiniketan, democratic school movement, and others. (checked on 18 Jan. 2016)

  16. Trikon Khirkee Wala School created by Earthcare Films: Children from Adharshila Learning Center in the heart of tribal south Madhya Pradesh make a film about ‘why shouldn’t education be fun and interesting?’ To push boundaries they step outside the world of their own school and comfort zone to dialogue with children from mainstream public schools in a small city a stone’s throw away from their school. What happens when these two world’s of children collide? (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  17. A documentary film on Nai Talim School (Marathi and Hindi) with subtitles in English. By Sumeru Raut. (checked on 9 Aug. 2016)

  18. Sadhana Village school, a film. Read about Sadhana Village School Pune. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)

  19. Between Earth and Sky: Trees as Silent Teachers in Strident Times – A talk by Nalini Nadkarni about what trees do for us, and what they could mean to us. (checked on 24 Dec. 2015)

  20. Education in India: Are students failing or the system?! In this talk, Sonam Wangchuk shares his experience of bringing education reforms in the trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh. (checked on 22 Apr. 2016)

  21. Students Work for a Hygienic  Tomorrow In Mahabalipuram, students are learning the importance of recycling waste through compost harvesting. (checked on 14 Oct. 2016)

  22. Songs at Centre for Learning, Bengaluru.

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