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The tech edge

The tech edge


In today's world, knowledge and learning cannot be confined to textbooks alone. With the onslaught of technology today education goes beyond school books. The Lexicon International School, Kalyani Nagar comprehends the current trends and behavior in learning, leaving no stone unturned, to educate the students in technology.
The school has a well-equipped IT lab to support electronically learning and teaching. We have good grade computers and projectors with internet connectivity. We even have smart boards to assist learning. We spare no effort to prepare our learners for the global society and IT driven world.



Coding Workshop at The Lexicon International School, Wagholi on 21st April 2018


Coding has always been an integral part of the curriculum at the Lexicon Schools. A workshop was conducted on 21st April 2018 at The Lexicon International School, Wagholi to train the ICT teachers about the new Coding Action Plan and its implementation. Ms. Shruti Nagar explained the importance, overview and integration of coding with other subjects. Proper Demonstration of unplugged activities and hands on session in the computer lab helped the teachers to gear up for proper implementation of coding in their classes.



ERP


Very soon the school will be having an ERP system with parents and student login IDs. This system will cover modules like school transactions, complaints, student attendance, admission management, fee management, notice management, online matter for H. W, syllabus planner and tracker, transport management, progress report management and lot more.

A workshop for the same was conducted for the teachers in May 2018.




Torch Bearers for Digital India


‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others’. This philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi, was amply demonstrated by the students of The Lexicon International School, Kalyaninagar, who utilized their zero period to impart basic computer skills to the support staff. Around 10 students of class VIII decided to take this up as a part of their ‘SEWA’ for empowering the Support Staff.



Robotics


Young minds at work!!! Our budding engineers went forward in building up high precision robots which were programmed to perform according to the rules set.