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Work Life balance

Work Life Balance Tips For Teachers

“Always take some of the play, fun, freedom, and wonder of the weekend into your week and your work.” -Rasheed Ogunlaru Me: “How was your day, Ma’am?” Teacher: “It’s been very hectic. I have had no free time today during the school hours. And have to carry work home as have a submission due tomorrow.” […]

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Digital adoption

The World at Your Fingertips: Technology Opens Doors!

Have you ever heard people (especially the smarter, tech-savvy generation) say, “Don’t move your legs…rather, your fingers!” Gone are the days when we had to go places to get things done…visit a bank to make a transaction or visit a doctor to get medication, holiday in a foreign country or party with friends. Technology makes […]

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Connection between happiness and learning

We know that whenever we fight with someone more powerful than us or some time when there is turbulence in the flight, we feel threatened. We go into survival mode when threatened by something or someone. We either put up our dukes (literally or metaphorically) or start running in such situation. Students often go into […]

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Wanna keep yourself up to date and bring joy to your online learning setting?

Wanna keep yourself up to date and bring joy to your online learning setting?

There is a 360˚shift in teaching paradigm from traditional classes to online classes. It is quite challenging, to keep the spirit of your students up right from preserving student attendance to bringing lessons to life in the virtual classroom. But hats off to the teachers and students around the world for having shown extraordinary resilience […]

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Art of Convincing Others

“ YOU CANNOT CONVINCE ANYONE FOR ANYTHING. YOU CAN ONLY GIVE THEM THE RIGHT INFORMATION, SO THAT THEY CONVINCE THEMSELVES….”                                                                 By Even Pagan At a bus stop, two men were having some discussion, a while later it turns into an argument and finally ends up in a fight. Reminiscent of your school days? The […]

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Managing The New Normal

I recently came across this video which I found fascinating. It is a 24-minute talk by Cathy O’Dowd. Cathy is the first woman mountaineer to summit Everest from both South (1996) and North (1999) and in 2003 tried one of the great unclimbed routes of the Himalaya, the Fantasy Ridge on Everest Kangshung Face. She […]

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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

Lockdown has changed lives of all age groups. It has revolutionized the teaching-learning process. Teachers and students have embraced this change and are making the most of these times. But, concentration on academics alone with no recreation tends to make a student dull and unsociable. Furthermore, a relaxed mind is a rejuvenated one. It retrieves […]

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Digital adoption

Digital Adoption in Pandemic Times

“We went from being the Flintstones to the Jetsons in nine months.” Dan Schulman, PayPal It’s been over three months since life as we know it has changed for India and the global landscape. Video calling and datapacks have taken on a new form of necessity beyond our endless skype chats and Netflix streaming. Zoom […]

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Professional Development for Educators and Teachers

You’re Always On: Your Career ….Growing as Teacher It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge’  – Albert Einstein As teachers and educators, we need to be on the edge to explore new learning experiences for our students. Exploration of new learning opportunities not only helps also […]

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Improving emotional control in children

Emotional control is the ability to manage emotions to achieve goals, complete tasks, or control and direct your behavior. If this is a strength for you, you’re not only able to handle the daily ups and downs of life easily but can maintain your cool in more emotionally charged situations as well- whether its confrontation […]

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