The new Education policy and the subsequent National Curriculum Framework focuses on teaching the Indian school of thought. I enjoyed studying it. But, as a teacher educator I realise teachers are probably worried as to how to integrate these into their lesson plans. If teachers are worried, can parents be far behind? Check it out.Continue reading “Indian School of thought in National Curriculum Framework”
I had an interesting workshop on August 25, 2023 at St. Lawrence High School, Santacruz West on Teacher effectiveness. All of us have a favourite teacher who has influenced us to be what we are. Teacher effectiveness is distinct from teacher qualiﬁcations. It deals with Commitment to improved learning for all students. Use of evidenceContinue reading “Teacher Efficiency and CLassroom”
The book is well-researched and written in a simple language embellished with real-life stories. It delves into the depths of why we do what we do and how to change. The first part deals with the habits of individuals, second with those of organisations and the third with those of societies. EveryContinue reading “The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg”
Questioning skills are the core of learning. Asking questions is the simplest way to focus thinking. This module deals with types of questions, pitfalls to avoid for teachers and analysis of questions. If you are interested in getting your school teachers to learn more contact: email@example.com
This masterclass is meant for all those who need to make a presentation. It was observed by me that this aspect of this skill is prominently missing from the curriculum.
Some old, some young, Some from Mumbai, Some from Pune, A few from Bengalore & Kochi, A few from Gujarat & Goa, Not to leave the gulf countries, Made up a group that visited Egypt. Team leader Yogesh, With a smiling disposition, And a soft demeanor, Needs to be a little more assertive, And dealContinue reading “Egypt”
Fatehpur Sikri was made into a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1986. The name Fatehpur also stands for the City of Victory. After occupying Agra in 1803, the East India Company established an administrative centre here and it remained so until 1850. In 1815, the Marquess of Hastings ordered the repair of monuments at Sikri.Continue reading “Fatehpur Sikri”
“ANYONE WHO STOPS LEARNING IS OLD, WHETHER AT TWENTY OR EIGHTY.” —HENRY FORD According to the socio-cultural theory of Vygotsky, learning starts from the interactions at the social level and then it gets carried to individual selves. In other words, these thought processes can be bundled under the theory of constructivism, which serves asContinue reading “An Eternal Learner”
Journaling is a technique that has more than one advantage. It not only relieves stress, it also helps in honing writing skills. This is one skill that is of help in adult life. Check out the video from my Channel.
Questioning is an important skill that needs to be learnt. It is necessary to ask the right question as also important questions. view the youtube for the video. I am a teacher educator who has trained over 4000 teachers. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org I have published several articles and have also authored aContinue reading “Season 3 Episode 5 An overview of questioning as a skill”
Young enthusiasts to draw inspiration from a young political journalist who shifted gears and moved on to the advertising world. Having won the coveted award he is confident to take on many more challenges. with all. these pressures he finds time for his music. Balancing work and pleasure is a take from this young man.Continue reading “Season 3 Episode 8 Not a writing on the wall”
Two young girls from grade 8 dream big and want to be entrepreneurial environmentalists. They competed in the contest conducted by Up-Tix. The contest started with 196 teams pan India and reached the final stage with 7 teams. Yana Bhandary and Nishka Garg entered the contest with a revenue model and won first place. IfContinue reading “Season 3 Episode 10 Entrepreneurial youngsters”