Saturday, September 24, 2022

Humility And Appreciation - Preeti Mahajan


Humility is the quality of having a modest or low view of one's importance.

ACTIVITY CONDUCTED

Children were encouraged to exhibit Humility in their classroom and on school premises. They were asked to clean their classroom desks themselves if they had not been cleaned. They were told to allow their juniors to drink water first at the water tap instead of bullying them. School buses also allow juniors to board the bus before them. Children also went to the class 4 employees of the school, wished them and asked about their well-being.

INITIAL RESPONSE

Children were apprehensive about these humble acts saying these acts will not be of any use to them. Others will take them for granted.

YOUR ROLE / CONTRIBUTION

Children were motivated and encouraged to practice these acts of Humility. They were counselled not to be highheaded, not be selfish, and not lose this core value.

IMPACT ON STUDENTS

Humble acts always have a pleasing impact on the doers. Children also enjoyed being humble to others. A feeling of satisfaction/joy overpowered them.

TAKEAWAYS

Be humble, and spread the joy.

APPRECIATION

Appreciation means acknowledging a person's talent, ability, or effort. It also refers to saying thank you or showing gratitude for some positive deed done by another person.

ACTIVITY CONDUCTED

Children were told to observe his / her classmates for one week, and based on their observation, they had to make a beautiful card for their classmate appreciating one or the other quality or traits.

They were also asked to appreciate their parents, teachers, grandparents, and the helpers around them for the unconditional help they are giving.

INITIAL RESPONSE

Children were apprehensive about these humble acts saying these acts will not be of any use to them. Others will take them for granted.

YOUR ROLE / CONTRIBUTION

Children were motivated and encouraged to practice these acts of appreciation. They were counselled not to be high-headed, not to be selfish, and not to lose this essential core value.

IMPACT ON STUDENTS

Appreciating others always have a good impact. Children also enjoyed being appreciative of others. A feeling of satisfaction/joy overpowered them.

TAKEAWAYS

Learn to appreciate the good things around you to receive appreciation for yourself. Practice humility and appreciation for making the world a better place.

Preeti Mahajan
Ahlcon Public School
Happy Teachers JOL Cohort 2022

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