“The art challenges the technology, and the technology inspires the art.” – John Lasseter
Technology is becoming necessary in all aspects of our lives. It helps to speed up the learning process for students. Drawing programmes, such as Tux Paint and Microsoft Paint, can help students improve eye-hand coordination and build on their literacy skills. While making lessons fun and interesting they are good means of enhancing the multiple intelligences.
Keeping this in mind Tux Paint competition was organized for class I and MS Paint competition for class II at Indian School Sohar. Selection round was done in all the sections of classes I and II. The topic for selection for class I was ‘My school’ and for class II ‘Healthy and Junk food’. Three students were selected from each section.
Final competitions were held on 18/2/2020 and the topic for class I was ‘Traffic on road’ and ‘Scenery of seashore’ for class II. Students presented wonderful drawings with colourful interpretation of the topic. It was a remarkable show of talent. Judges were highly impressed with the drawings of the students. Supervisor Ms. Gauri Gadgeel and HOD Ms. Tanu Sarda too applauded the students for their performance.
The judges of the competition for class I and II were:
Ms. Athira Mahesh, Mr. Hitendra K Kaushik, Mr. Sony Chandy, Ms. Meenakshi Satapathy
The winners of the competition are:
First position – Mohammed Arhaanuddin (1 F)
Second position – Abhimanyu Maghesh (1 E)
Third position – Nashwa Nazrin N.P (1C)
First Position – Vidit Girdhar (II F)
Second position – Mohammed Saqib (II I)
Third position – Ajinkya Tushar Deshpande (II C)