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March 2018, School Management »

[1 Mar 2018 | Comments Off on Leading by example | ]

Rubina Majid

It is not just the role of the teacher but also that of the principal that is changing. Meet the new-age principal.

November 2017, School Management »

[1 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Yes, it is my school | ]

Jeny Rapheal

A sense of responsibility comes with ownership. If schools want their teachers to give them their best, then schools have to create a feeling of “mine-ness” among their staff. And how can they do that? Here are a few suggestions.

August 2016, School Management »

[1 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on School blues | ]

E T Arasu

There are some problems common to most schools. Three such problems and their possible solutions have been discussed here.

August 2016, School Management »

[1 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on Teachers of a different kind | ]

Lakshmi Karunakaran

A dog is man’s best friend, but can it also become his teacher? Schools in Germany are finding out how much dogs can teach children in terms of responsibility, coordination, concern and care giving by having school dogs. While Indian schools are yet to adopt dogs, we are slowly warming up to the idea of therapy dogs to work with the differently-abled children in schools.

November 2013, School Management »

[1 Nov 2013 | Comments Off on Smarter bus dispersal | ]

Neerja Singh

The most harrowing time for any school is the end of the day when it is time for children to go home. If we keep a few simple things in mind, this stressful time can be made a lot less harried.

November 2007, School Management »

[11 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

Parul Sharma
Measuring and rewarding the right kind of performance forms the cornerstone of any well functioning system of incentives.

October 2007, School Management »

[10 Sep 2009 | Comments Off on A Framework for Change | ]

Shalini Advani Schools are, or they ought to be, dynamic, changing organisations if they are to be effective in educating our children. A school which does not think about how to develop, how to constantly grow, is a dead organisation which cannot produce thinking minds. Many schools recognise this truth. The problem is that thinking […]