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Megha Salvekar

Megha Salvekar

Principal,
Adv. Bapusaheb Bhone School, Lonavala

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Jayshree Venkatraman

Jayshree Venkatraman

Principal
SNBP International School

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Madhulika Sharma

Madhulika Sharma

Vice Principal,
Amanora School, Pune

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Monali Shindade

Monali Shindade

IT Professional

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Preet Motwani

Preet Motwani

Interior Designer

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Naira Sheikh

Naira Sheikh

Adv Babusaheb Bhonde School, Lonavala

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Meera Nair

Meera Nair

Principal - Amanora School, Pune

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Yogini Tagrekar

Yogini Tagrekar

Principal, Little wings International School

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Kameshwari

Kameshwari

Principal Oasis School of Excellence

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Shivani Punjabi
Homemaker, Mumbai.

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Parents View

 

As a parent, I feel the traditional method of learning is helpful in higher grades as we also have learnt it that way by mugging up the theory taught. Traditional learning is basically teacher oriented whereas active learning involves active participation of students. Our little ones should enjoy learning new -concepts, so i think the activities that are introduced by their teachers these days in schools are designed so innovatively that !earning is made easier and in a play-way method Students are given hands on learning experience and are enthusiastically participating in such activities as they find it interesting as well as challenging . I am very happy that my child is enjoying his school as | just have to monitor him while he does his home worksheets independently as their teachers make them easier by having interactive sessions in the classroom. Audio-visuals, games, puzzles, skits, quiz have helped in enhancing their vocabulary development too. | feel our kids are more blessed as they do not take any stress of studies now-a -days.

 Varinder Kaur Sandhu
Home Maker, Mumbai

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Grand Parents View

Bringing up our children | feel it was much more stress free at a particular point as there were no mobile phones and tablets. Our kids used to spend maximum time ir playing outdoor games after their study time. There was no cat rat race between the kids or the mother's. We used to teach our kids but with our grandchildren its different as they teach is many a times like how to use a mobile or any technology related thing. Today's kids don't know what are outdoor games as they are always on the mobile watching YouTube and playing games. There is so much of competition with these kids in every field like studies, sports or dance. There are few good things also because of modern education many things kids learn from the school itself as per the age or before age and we don't have to guide them. They have lot of knowledge in every field like genera! knowledge, science at a very early age which our kids did not have. So feel there are advantages as well as few disadvantages also in modern education as our kids used to not have any projects or competitions in early stds but our grandchildren from start they have competition and so many projects submission and all. feel not only kids but even their mother's go crazy behind the completions and submission. So there is definitely lot of change that has come because of this modern technology and we as grandparents from our end give them the values and culture which we feel that our grandchildren should be aware about it and which maybe the modern technology can't teach them.

Anita Jones
Coordinator at Wisdom World School, Hadapsar

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Teachers View

Teaching has always been considered as an honorable profession. it aims at the all round development of the students. Lately the Education Department has implemented the rule of “No Corporal Punishments” in schools. | look at the implementation of this rule with a positive perspective. Instead of scolding the children to gain their attention, nowadays we look for interesting videos and PPT’s to make the lesson interesting. So I would say that this rule has helped enhance teaching methods and children are hoppy to come to school.

Ramakant Mirajkar

Ramakant Mirajkar

Principal Shevgaon English Medium School, Shevgaon

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Prof. Atul Arun Kulkarni

Prof. Atul Arun Kulkarni

Pemraj Sarda College,
Ahmednagar

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Abhijit Biswas

Abhijit Biswas

freelance trainer and
education consultant

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Front Line Warrior

  Abhijit Biswas is a freelance trainer and education consultant. Currently pursuing his diploma in Governance from Tata Institute of Social Science. Over the years he has worked with various school leaders across the country and supported them to solve some of the most complex problem. He is known for his high energetic and innovative […]

Make them Curious and not Studious

Prof. Atul Arun Kulkarni, (M.Com., M.B.A.(Finance), PG.D.B.M.(HRM), B.Ed. NET, SET) serving as an Assistant Professor, in Pemraj Sarda College, Ahmednagar since 2012. Completed his Master Degree in Commerce,  Management, PG. Diploma in HRM. and pursuing Doctorate from University of Pune. Renowned name in the field of Financial, Educational, Motivational training. ‘You can lead a horse […]

Different Roles of a Teacher

Teachers are unique, they can be called the actors of their fields. They are the heart of each school. They beat into the lives of their children all the time They encourage, they shout, they love they motivate, they help, they direct and much more. A teacher plays many different roles in his/her service period. […]

Teacher’s Role

Are we truly advancing? “We want that education by which characters are formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s feet.” -Swami Vivekananda I am honored to be a teacher and ! congratulate all the blessed souls and the nation builders of the entire country on this great occasion of […]

Corporal Punishment

  The aforesaid lines clearly indicate the impressions of the environment that get imprinted or the vulnerable minds of the children. Negative reinforcement can leave irreversible damage and so it is very essential ‘or teachers to refrain from using any measure which would affect the self esteem of a child. What is Corporal Punishment ? School corporal punishment refers to […]

Success comprises of hard work, strong mind and a gentle heart

Mrs Meera Nair is a very sincere, conscientious, progressive, goal-oriented, diligent and focused person who strongly believes there is no alternative to success than sheer hard work performed intelligently in the right direction. She embodies excellence and professionalism, setting an example for everyone who comes in contact with her. Before leading the Amanora School, Mrs […]

Change in Bringing up Children

  In today’s world “Education is a must and plays a very important role in each and everyone’s life. During the days ofour forefathers they had to walk miles to learn and despite of all their efforts they didn’t get proper education. As there were no proper school as such. Today science and technology ha: developed so […]

Staff Retention Staff Attrition

Mrs. Madhulika Sharma has 23 years of experience in Education field. She was last associated with Woodridge High- Aurangabad as Vice Principal. Prior to Woodridge, she was associated with Nath Valley School-Aurangabad, as senior supervisor and Activity coordinator at Army School in Assam. Her hobbies are travelling, reading historical literature and period drama, and listening […]

Importance of Early Childhood Development

  Ms. Yogini Tagrekar, Principal and Centre Head of Little Wings International School. Ms, Tagrekar has acquired a post graduate diploma in Hr and completed her BSc and MCM. Ms. Tagrekar has a work experience of nine years as a Center Head and Computer Trainer in CDAC computer centre, four years as a HR recruit […]

Traditional Teaching Vs Modern Teaching

From an obedient smart student to a creative interior designer and landscaper to a beloved wife to a superb mother of 2, Mrs.Preet Motwani is aptly proving this golden proverb : A strong willed little girl will grow to be a strong independent woman with all her dedication and determination. Preet Motwani born and raised […]

Rural Education

Majority of India still lives in villages and so the topic of rural education in India is of utmost importance. A survey named The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) shows that even though the number of rural students attending schools is rising but more than half of the students in fifth grade are unable […]

Indian Education system

The movie of Amir Khan, ‘Three Idiots’ always makes me think about the Indian Educational System. Research and industrialisation has been drawing attention to the crisis of the employment of young graduates because of their lack of skills. The key skill we need to impart to our students is that of critical thinking and creative […]

Covid-19 fallout: The impact on education

Do the math Over 1.5 million schools across India closed down due to the pandemic A switch to large-scale digital education is not possible now. Only 24 per cent house-holds have access to the internet, according to a 2019 government survey. In rural India, the numbers are far lower, with only 4 per cent households […]

Is eLearning The Future Of Education?

Education Is Now Available Online Technology has forever changed the way education is delivered. The classroom no longer refers to a physical location and students can learn from an environment they are comfortable in. eLearning has changed the way students think about education and pursue their degrees. Nowadays, it has become easier to receive a […]