Mounik Shankar Lahiri
Who says the younger generation doesn’t care for the teaching profession? Simran and Rohit talk about their passion for the field of education and their deep desire to improve the lives of teachers through their new initiative T for teacher.
Shabnam, a teacher in Bluebells School International, shares with readers a concept close to her heart and something she helped conceive in her school–remedial classes.
Payal tells us how through a touching incident involving a wounded pigeon and her students, she realized that life is not so complicated after all.
Rohini gets in touch with her creative side as she describes the heritage walks that her school encourages the teachers to take through this poem.
It is Teacher’s Day and all of us obviously stop to think of the teachers who were important in our lives. Surabhi, now a teacher herself, recalls her teacher and tells us why this teacher made an impression on her.
Vimmi recounts a particularly difficult time she faced as a teacher and writes about her determination to turn it around.
History is more than just reading up about kings and kingdoms. Samyukta, a passionate teacher of history, talks about how she instills the joy of the subject in her students.
Every now and then, to shake students up from their stupor, a teacher has to think of ingenious ways to teach them. Anju from Vidyaranya High School writes about how she taught certain math concepts in an innovative manner
This is the story of how a teacher helped her class settle in with two of their “special” classmates. A truly wonderful story.
Pradita walks us through one of her science classes where learning takes place through smelling, seeing, hearing and touching.