Category: Teacher Blogger

#TeacherBlogger: Learning at Ekya – Online Classroom Culture by Ms. Sudha Ramesh, Ekya ITPL

WHAT LEARNING LOOKS LIKE AT EKYA Challenges can indeed turn out to be gifts that bring out the very best in us. With the sudden onset of the global pandemic in early 2020, educators like me found ourselves challenged. We...

/ March 4, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: How to have an effective parent-teacher interaction by Ms. Sreepriya Unnikrishnan, EJPN

Getting the most out of a parent-teacher interaction “Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations” – Bob Beauprez I resonate with this thought and believe that unless and until we educators...

/ March 3, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Approaching Science – Virtually by Ms. Aarthi V B – Senior school faculty, EJPN

Science is learnt by doing experiments and making observations. As a science teacher, taking students to the lab and getting them to try experiments gives me a feeling of immense accomplishment. The moment a lab session is announced, the students...

/ February 23, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: A Friendly Devil by Ms. Chitra Venkateswaran, E-ITPL

Friends support you, they help you grow. They make you resilient and show your shortcomings. I have such a friend – Failure!! She is close to me as she has been with me more often than others. She made me...

/ January 27, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Learning at Ekya by Ms. Manu Kakkar, E-ITPL

What learning looks like at Ekya? “The important thing is not to stop questioning; curiosity has its reasons for existing” – Albert Einstein If you spend time with a young child, it soon becomes clear that the astronomer Carl Segan...

/ January 20, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Professional Humanism – An Approach of 21st Century Teaching Learning

Online or offline our heart and soul are in line with our students. True, our lives as teachers revolve around children, we are continuously thinking about them, planning for them, taking feedback and implementing them; and learning, relearning, and unlearning...

/ January 5, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Chronicles of LitFest 2020 – Day 2

“Literature is one of the most interesting and significant expressions of Humanity.”– P.T. Barnum The second day of Ekya Book Nook’s virtual Literary Festival was a combination of expressive Storytelling sessions, intriguing Writing Workshops and mesmerizing Author Speak sessions. There...

/ January 4, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Chronicles of LitFest 2020 – Day 1

Ekya Book Nook’s first virtual literary fest began with the inaugural ceremony at 2 pm on 21st December 2020. The session began with a couple of prayer songs in English and Hindi respectively; this was followed by a student speech...

/ January 4, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Being on time – Is it a dying etiquette? – A Perspective By Ms. Mathangi, Ekya JPN

Many ways to remind us of time, Mobile, clocks, watches ring each time. Yet, Do we turn in at the right time? Or wish we had more of it each time.  Packed schedules. Umpteen chores. Collapsing boundaries between work and...

/ December 23, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: Continuous Evolution – A Teacher’s Learning Experience by Ms. Lekha Gopi, ITPL.

Attending the self-directed and self-paced MOOC exercise was really useful and interesting. It helped me revise all of my learning and upgrade my methods with the expertise and advice of more than 12 speakers across the globe. All the resources...

/ December 22, 2020