'Technology has played the pivotal role in every aspect of creating 21st Century Learning Environment in the school, be it Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Effective Communication or Global Citizenship', says Mrs. Jyoti Gupta. Apart from the basic infrastructure for digital classrooms like smart boards, projectors, the school has adopted Office 365 in education en mass. Various Microsoft tools have enabled teachers to help students 24X7. The school is collaborating with parents and students through Edmodo, a productive tool and with other countries on projects based on UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through Skype and other collaborative tools like Flipgrid, Messanger and Padlet. The School firmly believes in the ethos of inclusion and the projects like Digital Citizenship, Five Safe Fingers and Climate Action have included the participation of Poorv Madhyamic Vidhayala, Morta, the school for underprivileged adopted by DPSG.
` Be Prepared, Be Practical, Be Passionate’…… is the motto of school leadership to drive the change with the Success mantra being 'Desire and ability to unlearn, learn and a drive to sustain the change'
The E2 – Educator Exchange in Redmond, WA was held from 28thApril to 1st May,2015 for the first time at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond. The audience of well over 400 participants from 87 different countries included 250 K12 innovative educators, 30 Microsoft Student Ambassadors, special guests from the WIPTTE group and the IT Academy Summit.
DPSGites made it big in this event-
Mrs. Soma Singh won the mind shift award with her team of educators from Egypt, Mexico, Malaysia, Khazakistan and Netherlands in the Global Educators Challenge.
Giitanjali of class X won third prize in the student case competition with her team from different countries.
Anirudh Roy of class XI had got a golden opportunity to have a fire side chat with Mr Satay Nadela, CEO, MICROSOFT CORPORATION.