Competency Based Learning

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”

Pedagogy in the classrooms

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”

Enhancement of Learning

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.

Honesty in Education

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”

Indian School of thought in National Curriculum Framework

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”

Mathematics Simplified

Aims and objectives of teaching mathematics Keeping in perspective the fear of mathematics that is found among the children, it is necessary to plan school mathematics in such a way that children enjoy learning of mathematics. Understanding when and how a mathematical technique is to be used is always more important than recalling the techniqueContinue reading “Mathematics Simplified”

Teacher Efficiency and CLassroom

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”

Innovative techniques are the need of the hour. Only teacher talk and an interactive board may not hold the interest of the students. The content should be presented in a manner that evokes the curiosity of the learner. Innovation generally refers to changing processes or creating more effective processes, products and ideas. What leads to innovation?Continue reading

4 Corners of Education – Learning Network

  ‘The beautiful thing about Learning is that no one can take it away from you’. Annonymous To start with let’s understand the topic right. Learning is a permanent change in behaviour consequent to an experience or practice. Education is the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. HolisticContinue reading “4 Corners of Education – Learning Network”

Implementation of emerging apps in classrooms

Under the aegis of Metamorphosis, I had an opportunity to talk on the topic of the ‘Implementation of emerging apps in classrooms’. Here is the text of the talk and the link to the Facebook page is given below the text. Let me take you back to the COVID days. Lockdown has brought an endContinue reading “Implementation of emerging apps in classrooms”

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

      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”