On 29th at Jamnagar, I had the opportunity to conduct a Competency-based Learning workshop. It was the school that belonged to the king of Jamnagar. It was a slightly difficult time for me because, I had to toggle between English and Hindi. In view of this merging, there were nearly 200 people and it wasContinue reading “Competency Based Learning”
On 28th November, I took up a workshop on Pedagogy in the classrooms at Vinay International school. The principal lost no time to upload the workshop pictures on to the FB. An interactive session it was, The audience was introduced to Problem-solving, JigSaw and From problem tree to solution tree techniques. a quick look atContinue reading “Pedagogy in the classrooms”
On November 25, I had an opportunity to conduct a workshop on the Enhancement of Learning at Dhabade, a few hours’ drive from Nasik at the Rajiv Gandhi International School. Teachers were interested and keen to learn—a few glimpses from this school.
On Saturday, November 18, 2023 I got an opportunity to conduct an upskilling workshop on Teacher as a mentor for the teachers of St.Paul High School courtesy ABEA. It was an interactive and a memorable session . The enthusiasm and the willingness to learn shown by the teachers was heart warming. If a similar responseContinue reading “Teacher as a Mentor”
‘How can I do this? I have so much portion to complete’. This has always been the complaint of our teachers. Why do the teachers refer to the textbook as the bible? Syllabus completion seems to be the only concern with the teachers. With the NEP 2022 and the NCF the understanding is slowly butContinue reading “A plausible solution to a nagging problem!”
All roads led to the venue ITC Maratha to attend the Top Tech conclave 2023 on 21st October, 2023. . I was happy to note that the principlal’s enjoyed the workshop ‘ Guiding Principles for Effective Leadership in a Learning Organisation’ developed by Peter Senge. It was a tough task to wrap it up inContinue reading “Navneet TOP Tech conclave 2023”
I happened to attend this panel discussion on 30th October, 2023. A clipping of my contribution as a participant for you to see. Here is the link for the entire panel discussion if you are interested.
After nearly, thirteen years of looking after the home front, I decided to step out as a career woman. I underwent a training course to equip myself for the job of a teacher and got one too. The first week was a trying period. A science lesson was in progess. Suddenly, one of the brightContinue reading “A Teacher Reminiscences”
While doing the Pre- Diwali cleaning I found this poem. A young Jawan calls his mom from the war front. clearly it is not the time of mobile phones! It was writteen as early ass June 1999! Hello! Hello! Mom?.. Its me… Can you hear me? Don’t cry mom I am fine. Yes, the shellingContinue reading “A call to Mom”
Honesty is a fundamental pillar of the educational process. It plays a vital role in shaping the character of both educators and learners, and it underpins the very essence of the pursuit of knowledge. When honesty is upheld, it forms the bedrock of trust between educators, students, and institutions. It creates a safe environment forContinue reading “Honesty in Education”
Gone are the days of writing letters, Etching the words with care and love, Painstakingly choosing the words Which convey the feelings accurately. The computer does it all for you Changes the font in a jiffy, Underlines the mistakes in red and green Thesaurus supplies the work, The wizard gives help on line. It’s theContinue reading “A Lost Battle”
Every morning I walk in the park. It’s interesting to observe the walking styles of the early morning walkers – the fitness freaks walk briskly, Weight losers drag their weight along, those seeking companionship talk faster than they walk, those who enjoy walking, walk at a steady pace. There are elderly or better known asContinue reading “A walk in the Park”