Category: Teacher Blogger

#TeacherBlogger: How Teachers Can Help Students To Form A Growth Mindset In The Classroom By, Ms. Preethi C High School Math Teacher

How teachers can help students to form a Growth Mindset in the classroom A word that is heard quite commonly is ‘mindset ‘. Mindset is a set of beliefs that shape how you make sense of the world and yourself....

/ June 24, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: We Are Back By, Ms. Ashmini KC Computer Science Middle School Teacher, Ekya Schools

Hi Ma’am, we are back!! A day which was long-awaited by the teachers and students!! A day, which will fill color to the school campus and make it vibrant!! A day, which gives space to go out in the open...

/ June 23, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: INTERNET SAFETY FOR CHILDREN By, Virginia Isaac, IGCSE Teacher, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

Children of today don’t know a world without the internet. The online approach for information and entertainment to them is as simple as breathing. Pre and post Pandemic, this digitally-powered universe has provided an opening to vast new worlds of...

/ May 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: SPONGE By, Lavanya Nair , Co-curricular Coordinator (Primary School, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

As the famous quote goes, “EVERYDAY IS A CHANCE TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW”. After pondering for a long time and introspecting myself, I realized that I consider myself a sponge. Just as the sponge absorbs a lot of water, I...

/ May 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Ways To Teach Communication Skills By, Sajida Mohammed English and Social Science Teacher, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

Ways to Teach Communication Skills in the Classroom “The art of communication is the language of leadership.” –James Humes Building communication skills are supremely important in every aspect of life. In today’s world, communication is the most vital skill that...

/ May 14, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Ways to help children use internet safely by, Mathangi R, Academic Coordinators, Ekya Schools, JP Nagar

The debate of whether we should let our young generation access the internet no longer exists, thanks to the pandemic that swept us by surprise and left us shocked and dependent on online tools and platforms. Online schooling has exposed...

/ May 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Experienceing Visual Arts by, Karthik E, Visual Art Facilitator, Ekya Schools

“The benefits of the visual arts are lifelong. Visual art does not have boundaries. It enables people to play with materials, to express their thinking, to problem solve and make sense of emotions,” Dr Lindsay said. In line with the...

/ May 13, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: MUN Club By, Virginia Issac By, English And Social Science Teacher, Ekya Schools Byrathi

Mahatma Gandhi’s words, “We must become the change we want to see in the world” are unquestionably relevant in the contemporary scenario as the youth of this vibrant nation, the future, who carve out their ideas in the present are...

/ April 20, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Visual Arts At Ekya By, Ms. Komal Jain Visual Art, Ekya Schools ITPL

Experiencing Visual Arts with the students Every child is born with artistic sensibilities. Very often it is said that an artist is born and not made. I do not endorse this totally. While I believe that some children are born...

/ April 20, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Online Tool By, Samadrita Majumdar Teacher, IGCSE Biology and IGCSE Environmental Management, Ekya School Byrathi

Over the past two years, the world has been hit by a raging pandemic which has stalled the daily routine of humans and more importantly, students. The fact that attending school is no longer a necessity, was almost etched in...

/ April 7, 2022