Changing Trends Short Story – 2. The Firm

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The perfectly organized home no less than a firm , with well set defined roles each catering to their jobs that suits their profile best. They know when to take their time outs its just one device to the other keeping them engaged . They have planned and put in the best resources for they … Continue reading Changing Trends Short Story – 2. The Firm

Pages from My life Parenting -10

Develop Maths operations along with ELA , language skills. My daughter had flu last week , she has recovered still on leave from school to feel perfectly fine before she attends school online. For her it feels as if months have passed since she connected to studies and books and teachers are going to be … Continue reading Pages from My life Parenting -10

Reverse Theory

Many a times we profess or have been advised , you feel good n good things will happen to you, you stay positive n you will attract positivity, you believe in something n that gives power to manifest. It looks like a reverse theory which actually works. Actually there is also reversal theory in psychology … Continue reading Reverse Theory

Practical ways – 9. Mentoring Public Speaking skills

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Public speaking cannot be achieved or trained within a day .Its a process a person goes through and mastered with experience , practice and guidance. The benefits of public speaking are known to all how it builds confidence , gives success in many fields , better writing research and deductive skills. These are equally important … Continue reading Practical ways – 9. Mentoring Public Speaking skills

Pages from My Life Parenting -9

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With children around its always going to be messy In current scenario with growing burden of chores and no help, as well as all round the clock catering to children - studies , activities , play , bonding as much as i can do to keep them away from screen time. And never ending kitchen … Continue reading Pages from My Life Parenting -9

Reflection 8. – Freedom to make decisions and opinion’s

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The best way to put your belief in children , give them an understanding of all possibilities , choices , the effects good or bad , the values right and wrong and then freedom to let them make their decisions and form opinions based on their thinking and experience. Yet if they go wrong they … Continue reading Reflection 8. – Freedom to make decisions and opinion’s

Reflection 7. – Developing humble , tolerant and empathetic Individuals

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Its important in todays competitive world our children don't become high headed with their success or fuel their egos with achievement and consider every other person as threat/ competition or failure to look down upon. Not everybody have had an equal opportunity or life isn't fair in terms of resources , physical / mental challenges … Continue reading Reflection 7. – Developing humble , tolerant and empathetic Individuals

Reflections 5. – Raising Children Gender Equitably

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This wont be a concern in some parts of the world but in India the basic equality still a girl child is fighting for is right to education , she is considered to be more of help at home and learn house chores cooking ,helping her family , learning skills that will benefit her later … Continue reading Reflections 5. – Raising Children Gender Equitably

Rigorous Evaluation or Equitable Assessment

With changing times complexities and facets of education becoming more inclusive and interdisciplinary and collaborative. There was a time when teaching was " A -apple" as simple as that now they are trained from the start to apply aptitude skills of things being taught with a more practical approach in form of activities beginning right … Continue reading Rigorous Evaluation or Equitable Assessment

Memories of a Classroom – difficult child

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Memories of a Classroom - difficult child .... Though I look not one of uNor share stage with any of youDoesn't mean I don't be with you.I see u all closely as u pass around the doorI see how u gather  with others of Ur feather.So what if I didn't match withDoesn't mean I don't … Continue reading Memories of a Classroom – difficult child