Joyful learning

When there is no joy of teaching in the teacher and no joy of learning in the student, learning does not take place effectviely. My talk on joyfull learning was a success. Check out the link. https://www.facebook.com/adityabirlaeducationacademy/videos/383772009400108

Creating the Learning Space

Day 1 – Story telling and Digital story boarding. An interactive session that was made lively by the participant teachers who had a zest for learning. Day 2 – Inquiry training methods The session was a little heavy. But the teachers were interested and a few of them interacted right through. Day 3 saw anotherContinue reading “Creating the Learning Space”

Teachers Day and NEP 2020

Launch of the NEP Pursuit of Happiness Series on the occasion on Teachers’ Day with these great Thought Leaders: Kaisar Dopaishi, Priyadarshan Lakhawat, Pramila Kudva Hansa Sachdeva Veena Raizada initiated by Career Mondays Sachin Dhakate, Vijay Sonawane, Kusum Kanwar. The session went on to be a marathon one. Here is a video of my talk.Continue reading “Teachers Day and NEP 2020”

Re-thinking school as an eco-system May 13, 2020 – Webinar by Rocksport

A School is compared to an ecosystem… What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is defined as a community of living organisms and non-living components in an environment. There are primary, secondary and may be tertiary consumers and producers. It is a continuous cycle… The ecological systems theory by Urie Bronfrenbrener, states that the human developmentContinue reading “Re-thinking school as an eco-system May 13, 2020 – Webinar by Rocksport”

Rethinking School as an ecosytem

A School is compared to an ecosystem… What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is defined as a community of living organisms and non-living components in an environment. There are primary, secondary and may be tertiary consumers and producers. It is a continuous cycle… School ecosystem can be categorised as follows: The ecological systems theory byContinue reading “Rethinking School as an ecosytem”

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