By Gijubhai Bhagavanji Badheka
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The Commissioner's visit today was quite a good thing! Well, this too was an experience in my experiment. The terminal examination was fast approaching. Other classes were revising their lessons. History, geography, arithmetic and language lessons were being crammed over and over again to memory. The course prescribed for the term had already been completed once. I was in arrears: from the examination point of view I was lagging far behind. My class had to appear at the examination. I was not going to provide time for revision.
The boys danced, jumped, ran and fell according to the verbs on the cards. Then I asked them to write out some verbs they could think of. They wrote out new verbs. "Then I started a new game. I told them that I would ask a boy to do something. They were to describe what the boy did and write it on the blackboard. I told Jagjivan to run. He ran. I asked the boys, 'What is Jagjivan doing? “ ‘He is running’ they said. ' "Then I began to ask them one by one to "jump, write, read', etc. and asked other boys to write the activity that was being performed on the blackboard.
Very, very glad " The function was over. Every one was leaving. The Education Officer was very happy. He called me and introduced me to the Commissioner. He spoke to the Commissioner about my experiment. The Commissioner, shaking hands with me, congratulated me on my success arid insisted that I go on with my experiments. He felt these experiments were of great worth whereas the usual conventional forms of education were totally hollow. I wondered how the Education Officer felt then! I went home, very happy.
Divaswapna: An Educator's Reverie by Gijubhai Bhagavanji Badheka