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Jul '19

I am back to work with #EduStar effect still inside me.

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Six lessons from The Lion King for the primary students

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Haven’t we all heard of the benefits of teaching Yoga in schools or colleges? 
While the movement to bring Yoga to students is blooming we often forget about its benefit for teachers.

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As Daniel Pink conveys so beautifully that the illiterates of the 21st century would not be those who cannot read or write rather be those who cannot learn, unlearn or re-learn.

So basic literacy is a passe and so is *computeR 🖥, the 4th R of previous era*.  It is the innate ability to explore, be curious, travel the world observe and find out new solutions to the global challenges, in-short it's the ability to dig deep to do *Research* 🔎.

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Change is inevitable for evolution. Today with the ever changing trends and technology it is important to keep ourselves updated all the time. Education, being the core element of a society, is no different. Teaching has now become student-centric. The end goal of teachers today is to prepare global citizens who are responsible, aware and most importantly humane.

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Apr '19

All work and no play makes Jack/Jill a dull boy/girl

Does good education mean a huge number of prescribed books? Does it mean long hours at school? 

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Being a special educator, I always hear this sentence from the parents" will she be alright, will she be able to do things as her peers? Why is my child called disabled?"

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Deligently they work,
Ofcourse they are different, but

With unique in looks and intelligence,
Not by words but by work.

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Becoming a teacher is an illustrious process, that involves alignment of your mind and heart with the requirements of your students.

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Effectively, change is almost impossible without industry-wide collaboration,cooperation, and consensus." – Simon Mainwaring

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