Category: Teacher’s Corner

Setting the benchmarks / standards in the teaching learning community 0

Setting the benchmarks / standards in the teaching learning community

‘ A small drop of ink makes thousands, perhaps millions…….. think’, wrote Byron in Don Juan. And foremost in the thoughts of these millions has been the search for success in their personal, family...

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Emotional Health During Lockdown

“The schools will remain closed until further orders.’” “You cannot go out to meet your friends.” “Tomorrow is a holiday” “You have been diagnosed with Corona.” “I baked a chocolate cake for you.” What...

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Implications of Artificial Intelligence and internet on school education

“Google, show me some good nearby places to eat tonight”. “Siri, what was the score of the winning team of today’s match?” “Alexa book me two movie tickets for the evening’s show”.”Cortana, set an...

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How much sugar is the exact amount of sugar?

If I provide my child with every requirement for the day, do I become an involved parent or an overprotective parent? This is a million-dollar question for every parent of a developing nation. Wherever...

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The dilemma of an Assertive Parent.

“As a child grows, so does a parent”. The journey of growing up may not be easy but it is definitely very beautiful. The parent came to me with tears in her eyes and...

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Best ways how school directs and exercises student’s emotion

As the tiny being enters on the first day of the school, till the time they stay on the last day in the school premises, a child goes through a gush of emotions. The...

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Preventive, curative or Therapeutic 0

Preventive, curative or Therapeutic

Bandura’s social learning theory has been my favourite, it’s so real .We become what our environment makes us. Remember Freud said all that experiential learning happens here in developing years remains forever.So now this...

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Why do we need biased teachers?

A new research has a finding on the extraordinary number of decisions that a teacher has to make at any given moment, more decisions minute-by-minute than a brain surgeon. This study states that teachers...

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Effective discipline is not about punishment

Discipline comes from the Latin word ‘disciplinare’, which means, ‘to teach’. Discipline is simply a way to guide and manage a child’s behavior. Discipline is based on the quality of a child’s relationship with...

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