Schools in Odisha’s remote areas set up indigenous knowledge corners – education


Schools in some remote areas of Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj districts are setting up “indigenous knowledge corners” where students will be taught the usage of teaching-learning fabric made of resources collected from people.

“Indigenous knowledge corners in schools are an attempt to supply a learning ecosystem based on students’ culture, helping them beef up their competence in learning. We are preserving indigenous resources and knowledge in schools,” DP Nilay, Keonjhar district coordinator, tribal education said.

Schools in the state are closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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