Project based learning is currently the talk of the Badri School-town. In a previous post, we talked about the session conducted by our expert PBL team of teachers. Their passion and drive was so infectious that now, we’ve all been bitten by the PBL bug! The Montessori Seniors have especially been very affected.Usually the following
On 22nd February eminent educationist, Professor HaroonRasheed, visited the Badri High School premises. The professor has held the position of Director of Colleges, Karachi and has served as the Principal of the Government Islamia College and Government City College, Karachi. He writes columns for newspapers and comments on various talk shows as an expert too.
On Saturday, 17th of February 2018, a group of 41 students of grade VII along with 5 teachers visited Thatta and Makli city. After offering Fajar prayers in Husami Masjid, we left Karachi. Children were keyed up in anticipation of the wayfaring that waited ahead. The way to the city of Makli was breathtakingly beautiful
According to Francis Bacon “Traveling is a part of education, an excursion is not just pleasure trip. It is the extention of the classroom” . Educational tours are important they help students to gain new perceptions of the world around them. At BHS, teaching and learning goes beyond the walls of the classroom because we
William Butler Yeats once stated, “Education is not the filling of a pail but the lightning of a fire.” It is rightly called “the passport to the future”. The purpose of education today is to convert mirrors into windows. These windows provide opportunities to the students to scale the scope of their skills. One of
Saturdays are meant to be a source of rejuvenation and that’s exactly what the 10th of February was for the students of the Secondary Section of BHS. Different classes were taken to an assortment of places where they vowed to learn from their environment making the world their classroom; each experience being their best teacher.
Great design comes from interaction, conflict, argument, competition and debate. Competition provides motivation to achieve a goal; to demonstrate determination, creativity and perseverance to overcome challenges and to understand that hard work and commitment leads to a greater chance of success. Competition gears up an individual’s innovative skills, hones them and puts them to use.
A weekend well spent brings ahead a week of content. Being teachers, all of us, look forward to the weekend. These days are significant for teachers because they help them gear up for the challenges that are in store for the upcoming week. Here, at BHS, the teachers envisage the vitality of professional development above