Category: Teacher Blogger

#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

#TeacherBlogger: Investiture Ceremony 2020 – Leadership in Trying Times

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season...

/ December 16, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: The power of connections!

Teaching, and being an educator…. What a beautiful feeling it is! … A journey of discovering new connections! I have had around two years of in-class experience with the pre-primary children and have absolutely enjoyed and cherished every bit of...

/ October 6, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: Why mothers are considered as good teachers?

Are there qualities we could imbibe and make teaching-learning meaningful? A student once asked me, ‘What inspired you to become a teacher?’ From my perspective, every woman has inbuilt qualities of a teacher that includes love, compassion, passion, dedication, sense...

/ October 6, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: The Art of Learning

I strongly believe that “sharing knowledge is gaining knowledge”. Teaching was never a dream or wish for me! It all started when I volunteered to facilitate arts to students and in this process, I learned a lot and took all...

/ October 5, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: Virtual storytelling- A powerful educational tool for online learning

Children have an innate love for stories. Fulfilling this need requires meticulous planning in a class curriculum.  Preparing myself for storytelling class would require me to visit our school library and choose books as they are plenty  – fairy tales,...

/ October 5, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: My Pre-Primary Online Learning Experiences at Ekya

At Ekya we teachers and educators are perennial learners. Ekya provides us a platform to learn new things and helps us get better at what we do. It was the same this year too and that helped us prepare well...

/ October 3, 2020

#TeacherBlogger: Pre-Primary Children and Online Learning

Online teaching for pre-primary rather than imagining ways and strategies, many of us picture as to how the class would be. I think it was the same with school parents too. They were even more worried, as they had to...

/ October 3, 2020