Category: Teacher Blogger

#TeacherBlogger: Festivals and celebrations in Early Years By, Nikhat Yasmin Ekya ITPL

Festivals and celebrations in Early Years, Ekya ITPL The best way to preserve everything is to teach our future generations about it. Our country has a rich culture and the best part is the unity in diversity. In Ekya our...

/ September 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES: CRIS OR OPPORTUNITY? By, Aarthi V B Biology Teacher for Grade 7-10, Ekya JP Nagar

Does catering to individual differences mean teaching 30 different curriculums to 30 different students in one classroom? Or does it mean aiming at the “average” and taking the middle ground in content? In practice, it is impossible to devise a...

/ September 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Online Confession By, Virginia Isaac High School Teacher, Ekya Byrathi

A year has gone by, distance learning in full swing, For teachers and students, nothing changed, not a thing, The same old routine and all through zoom, Humans in the tiny squares, sitting in a decorated room. Scratched my head,...

/ September 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Traction or Distraction By Divya A S, Primary Teacher and Librarian, Ekya JP Nagar

Are we towards Traction or Distraction? Let’s begin with a small story that most of you would have read on your own or heard from your elders during your early childhood days…..Once upon a time in a thick jungle lived...

/ September 21, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Benefits of Teaching-Learning Online By, Ms Jacqueline Gomes Civics, History & Political Science, Ekya BTM

In the year 2020, the world received a jolt in the form of Co-Vid 19. The virus which was considered to be an epidemic soon spread its reach, deciphering boundaries. While the virus has given us ample reasons to empathise...

/ September 15, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Nurturing Creativity Ms Shanti Shetty PPM teacher, Ekya BTM

Ken Robinson famously suggested that creativity is the heart of all successful learning experiences. Creative teaching is providing learners with rich and varied contexts for developing their subject knowledge and encouraging critical thinking. In physical schooling, we have a classroom...

/ September 15, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Under the Stars – By, Steffi Nixon, Senior school, Ekya BTM

In a blink of an eye, I was at Kasol YHAI base camp in June 2015. From getting on a flight from Chennai to Delhi to inter-state bus travel from Delhi to Bhuntar and a local bus from Bhuntar to...

/ August 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Developing Students’ Writing Skills in Hindi – By, Richa Saxena, IGCSE and Middle School Hindi teacher, Ekya School Byrathi

Writing is an effective way to express your feelings, thoughts, and ideas. As teachers, it is our responsibility to help students enhance their reading and writing skills. Keeping this in mind, we at Ekya School, Byrathi have introduced some exercises...

/ August 19, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: How I Develop Writing Skills in Students – By, Virginia Isaac, IGCSE and Middle School English teacher, Ekya Byrathi

“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.” – Robert Frost English is used in the world as a lingua franca among people from different cultures, ethnicities, and...

/ August 19, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: बचपन की यादें – By, रीता यादव, हिन्दी अध्यापिका, एक्या स्कूल बी . टी . एम

बचपन की यादें         ” घंटी जो बजती स्कूल की ,यादें आ जाती बचपन की || वो माँ का दिया खाना , हमेशा भागते हुए जाना ||हिन्दी टीचर से बतियाना ,गणित वाली से छुप जाना || वार्षिक उत्सव की धूमधाम...

/ July 30, 2021