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I went back to that area even though I wasn’t very hopeful. Despite the late hour, Woodland was open. I entered the store and asked them if they had found any packet. I could see the relief and smile on their faces. They told me that they had kept the store open anticipating the customer to return looking for the envelope. After asking a few questions regarding the envelope’s details, the manager handed over the envelope. I profusely thanked them and took out some money as a token of appreciation, but the entire staff refused to take any, saying they were only doing what their call of duty expected them to. I understood that their conscience would never let them do anything wrong.
I wrote a note of appreciation and later sent an email to their country head talking about the entire episode of leaving the strain of honesty intact. Honesty and respect are interlinked concepts. The above incident earned so much goodwill and respect for the staff of that store. To date, I never miss a chance to go back and show my gratitude to them.
We, as teachers, should strive to articulate expectations about academic integrity and the consequences of cheating. Explicit norms and expectations stating that dishonesty is not an acceptable trait should be laid down. Let us create a culture that rewards success beyond grades. If students are also rewarded for their honesty, hard work, determination, and respect for teachers and peers, they shall begin to value the process of learning. This kind of culture fosters academic honesty and discourages plagiarism.
As a little child, I was made to do this activity from The Abraham Lincoln Center for Character Development to instill honesty, which has left a lasting impression on my mind.
Activity – The Lie Trap
• Target grade level: till Grade 5
• Character quality: Honesty
1. Head outdoors with the kids and hunt for a spider’s web, watch how a bug becomes entangled in the web, catch a fly, put it in the web to see what happens, or find a video online of that occurrence instead. The more the insect struggles, the more entangled it becomes. If you are fortunate, you might even see the spider come and wind the bug up in a more sticky thread.
2. Ask students what happened every time the insect struggled and what happened because of that struggle. Explain that the same thing happens when we do not tell the truth and become entangled in lies. Ask students if they think the insect regrets getting trapped in the web (and a lie) and what should have been done instead (tell the truth).
We all make a conscious effort to instil ethical standards and practices in our children. However, they take time to imbibe the same and do tend to falter occasionally (don’t we as adults?!?!). We should forgive their mistakes, resulting in self-realization, and help them take corrective measures. Once they have realized their mistake and borne the consequences, I am of the firm opinion that we should not judge them on their past moral failings. Our intention should be to correct the wrong and not the doer. The intention should be to use dishonest behaviour as a teachable moment. Teach them to be candid with a fault. The students should be taught to introspect, reflect, and learn from their behaviour. We, as teachers, should be instrumental in helping them transform as better human beings. They will turn into young men and women who shall hold their teachers in high regard for placing their trust in them. I vividly remember several students who have become exceptionally ethical, principled gentlemen of high integrity.
I always give the example of Abraham Lincoln as the epitome of honesty. To many kids, and even some adults, Abraham Lincoln remains “Honest Abe.” Lincoln was far from a perfect individual. He possessed human flaws and made many mistakes in his life, as we all do. However, he learned from his mistakes and learned to compensate for his shortcomings. He honed and practised and developed them daily, and so should we. Powerful innumerable lessons from his life on honesty must be continuously encouraged and integrated into every fabric of society, and into both young and old. And let me pass along Lincoln’s own words on the topic- “Resolve, to be honest at all events; and if, in your own judgment, you cannot be an honest lawyer, resolve to be honest without being a lawyer. Choose some other occupation.”
I want to conclude with a piece of advice I gave to my tutorial group. The boys at the Doon School once asked me about the fine line between honesty and deception and how to ensure that they were treading the right path. I quoted from the famous collection ‘Letters from a Father to his Daughter’- “Let us make friends with the sun and work in the light and do nothing secretly. And if you do so, my dear, you will grow up a child of the light, unafraid and serene and unruffled, whatever may happen.”
- Dr Mona Khanna, Vice Principal at Unison World School, she has joined the PLP Cohort for the Joy Of Learning Program at the John Martyn Memorial School in Salan Gaon near Dehradun, India Dr Khanna's professional profile - linkedin.com/in/mona-khanna-244198175
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Sunday, November 22, 2020
The two hardest tests on the spiritual road are the patience to wait for the right moment and the courage not to be disappointed with what we encounter” – Paolo Coelho
The current scenario is the best example for us as humans to understand courage and
patience is one of the most important values to survive the worse that life
throws onto us. Here, our members of the group are sharing their experiences of
courage and patience during Covid-19.
· Vijaya Jugran- नई प्रेरणा ने हमें जोशीला बनाया, सभी ने नया कदम शिक्षा क्षेत्र में बढ़ाया। हिम्मत साहस और त्याग के भावों ने, नये इतिहास के नए पन्नों को रचाया।
विपरीत परिस्थितियां बनती हैं रुकावट, प्रकृति समय-समय पर लेटी है करवट, इंसान का जज्बा कहां रहता है सिमट, 2020 के इतिहास में बता दिया यह झटपट।शिक्षा उन्माद है आशा है तमन्ना है, ना रुकने वाला यह सफर हमेशा आजाद है, शिक्षा शिक्षक शागिर्द सबका एक ही भाव है,
सफल प्रयास प्रसन्नता की राह है। अतः तकनीक का लिया हमने सहारा , शिक्षा का नया स्वरूप निर्मित हुआ हमारा।
· Vandana Goel - To teach an empty classroom has been a whirlwind and everyone is being asked to do more than they can do in a day, so all teachers are just trying to be patient and courageous enough to deal with the kind of impossible solution in uncharted territory. A teacher of the first standard in PKR School Ambala said, “Teaching first graders virtually this spring was tough. It’s easier for bigger kids because they know how to navigate through the various programs, and most high school kids are already doing a lot of learning with technology. For our students, it was a challenge because they could not do the program by themselves. They required help. I had a few parents who were working, and they couldn’t just stop and help their child. A lot of parents were overwhelmed, so I went through each assignment and videotaped myself doing it, showing them how to circle a noun in a sentence or count money.” Ability to cope up with all the challenges in this era with hope and courage is what I call Patience.
I personally exhibited a lot of courage when I had to teach students with parents sitting next to them. It was a demo class almost every time. I showed courage when I accepted that many things are beyond my control in an online class. So, patience followed suit with this.
Vyas- COVID-19 has
taught everyone to be patient and courageous and made us understand that change
is the only constant. Therefore, to understand and move along with the only
constant in the world one requires both courage and patience. The
living example is of all the teachers who continued to show courage and
patience and brought a transformation from the horse and buggy days of teaching
to a full-fledged technology-based experiential teaching. It
would be right to say that through courage and patience, the teachers have risen
like a phoenix from the ashes!
- FLYERS DGS @ The Doon Girls' School Dehradun: Vijaya Jugran, Vandana Goel, Urvashi Uniyal, Nandini Arora, Bhumika Vyas and Ritika Tyagi
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Episode #53: Sandeep Dutt in conversation with Derek Bartels Hundred Ambassador of the year 2021, Australia Country Lead and currently the Director of Innovation & Technology for the Lutheran Education Queensland district of schools in Australia. He has connected, promoted and been involved with HundrED since early 2017. Over the last 34 years, he has held a variety of local, state and national positions within a variety of Education Systems and Sectors. Derek’s current focus includes enabling educational leaders and teachers across schools to transform their culture and practice to enact contemporary learning transformation so that all learners are highly engaged, relevant and happy in today’s world. He believes this is possible when leveraging and developing a systemic culture across schools which is highly collaborative, agile and cohesive. Find out how we can bring learning to life for children, rich and relevant teaching, adults need to model and work as teams. Use failure to celebrate learning, stand and deliver is dead, experiential learning is the way ahead.
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Paul Coelho very well said……
“The two hardest tests on the spiritual road are the PATIENCE -to wait for the right moment and the COURAGE- not to be disappointed with what we encounter.”
And I think Mythological stories are the best way to teach such values to children in a way that holds their interest.
I still remember it was the time before Diwali and we were in the class. A teacher came and asked, “How many of you read stories?”
We all raised our hands.
Teacher: “Do you read mythological stories?”
This time none of us raised our hands.
She started the narration of the story by showing some illustrations. She said Ramayana is not just a story but it is a way of life.
It is a story of Trust, Courage, Patience and Faith
We all were amazed to hear the story, at the last, the teacher asked, “What do you think which character in Ramayana depicted the
quality of courage and patience?” We all had different views to share-
Some said- “Lord Ram”
He had the most courage and patience as he alone with his wife and brother spent 14 years exile in the forest.
Some said- “Hanuman Ji"
He was the most courageous as he alone burnt King Ravan's palace.
And some said- “Jataiyu"
He was the strongest and had enough patience as he stood for the right and fought against King Ravan.
We all have different perspectives and our teacher too had a different one, she said, “Today I'll tell you about the character which I think is the most courageous and patient the character of Ramayana, Sita.”
Sita, a legendary a character who as wife and companion of Lord Ram showed courage and patience not only during their 14 years exile but also later.
It was Sita’s courage- that she did not let her bow down in front of the powerful king Ravan.
Ravan kidnapped her, even this could not break Sita's immense
This incident is one of the most memorial memories of my childhood which I still remember. That day we realize the importance of such stories. And learnt about two friends:
Two friends walking side by side,
Importance of both can never be ignored in life.
Courage stands for strength while patience is just like an umbrella in the rain.
Courage teaches to stand against wrong while patience makes us tolerant and strong.
India is a treasure house for mythological stories. It contains the stories of Courage, Compassion, Love, Patience, Tolerance and Happiness and I believe that mythological stories are the best way to inculcate the good values and ethics in children. Such stories play an important part in parenting and education.
Proudly created by the inspiring team of Triumph DGS @ The Doon Girls' School, Dehradun - Prachi Jain, Mansi Sondhi Arora, Ritika Chandani, Shalu Rawat, Mohini Bohra Chauhan and Prachi Parashar
अभी हाल ही में बाल दिवस ठुमक ठुमक आकर चला गया। बच्चों के लिए खास दिन। बचपन का उत्सव ।बचपन जो अकादमिक सफलता की दरकार में हमारी कई परंपराओं से दूर हो गया है ।हमने वह बाजे खो दिए हैं जिन की थाप पर ,जिन की ध्वनि पर ताल देकर बचपन अठखेलियां करता था। जिसे सबसे पहले छोड़ा ,माने की वही सिरा था संस्कारों का ,नैतिक मूल्यों का ।उसे फिर से थामे, तो बहुत कुछ फिर संजो सकते हैं। तो आइए अपनी संदूकची में से इन्हें निकालते हैं, और बात करते हैं साहस और धैर्य की।
सब बहुत खुश थे ,और सबसे अधिक बच्चे। मेरे लिए अविस्मरणीय पल वह रहा जब मेरे बच्चों ने कहा की मैडम हमने बहुत अच्छी तरह से सीखा कि जीवन में नई चुनौतियों का सामना करने के लिए तथा नयी शुरुआत के लिए साहस की आवश्यकता होती है और नयी शुरुआत का परिणाम हमारे अनुरूप ही हो इसके लिए नितांत धैर्य की आवश्यकता होती है |
So we can see that patience is a virtue which is beneficial to everyone.
Patience does not only mean waiting. It's how we feel or behave while we are waiting. Patience makes us more tolerant. People need to learn this quality from childhood. When we are impatient, we get frustrated and angry, which is not good for our health. It causes stress, not only to ourselves but to others around us. And the yoga competition bears testimony to this where patience and courage both played a major role in their success.
Dynamic DGS @ THE Doon Girls School, Dehradun - , Reena Gusain , Reah Sikund , Meenakshi Panwar , Shilpika Pandey ,Rachna Bharrdwaj,Sumali Devgan
दुनिया एक रंगमंच है यहां प्रत्येक व्यक्ति अलग-अलग किरदार निभाता है।
--- विलियम शेक्सपियर
किरदार चाहे कोई भी हो माता- पिता, भाई- बहन, पति-पत्नी या सखा- साथी । परंतु एक किरदार जो इन सभी से ऊपर होता है तथा जिस पर समाज का भविष्य निर्भर होता है............. वह है, एक अध्यापक
तथा उसके सोचने और समझने का स्तर बिल्कुल अलग होता है । हम उन्हें परखने के लिए एक ही मानदंड नहीं तय नहीं कर सकते । यह तो वही बात हो गई कि एक जलचर और एक नभचर के बीच उड़ने की प्रतियोगिता करा दी जाए, इसलिए अगर हमें पारस बनना है तो साहस और धैर्य को अपने व्यवहार में समाना आवश्यक है । इन दोनों गुणों के बिना हम अध्यापक प्रत्येक छात्र के साथ न्याय नहीं कर सकते इन दोनों गुणों की आवश्यकता तब और अधिक हो जाती है जब हम विशेष बच्चे, जो किसी कारणवश मानसिक या शारीरिक रूप से अक्षम होते हैं, को आवासीय विद्यालय में पढ़ा रहे हों ।
पिछले कुछ सालों से एक ऐसा ही छात्र मेरी कक्षा में है शारीरिक और मानसिक रूप से अन्य बच्चों से बिल्कुल अलग। चाहे खेल का मैदान हो या कक्षा उसे धैर्य के साथ सारे तौर- तरीके से सिखाना और फिर अगले दिन वही प्रक्रिया दोहराना, धैर्य की परीक्षा देने के समान होता है। परंतु इस बात का सुकून अवश्य होता है कि मेरे साथ वह बच्चा भी प्रतिदिन धैर्य और साहस की परीक्षा में खरा उतरता है।
एक परिस्थिति में मुझे बार-बार साहस की आवश्यकता अधिक पड़ती है जब उस बच्चे के माता-पिता को बच्चे की सही तस्वीर दिखानी पड़ती है। अगर झूठी उपलब्धियां दिखाकर या सच्चाई को छुपाकर बात को समाप्त कर दिया जाए तो यह बच्चे के भविष्य को अंधकारमय करना होगा परंतु मेरे साथ साथ उसके माता-पिता ने भी धैर्य और साहस का प्रदर्शन किया और आज वह बच्चा धीरे-धीरे ही सही सफलता की ओर बढ़ रहा है
2020 के हालातों ने इस बात को और पुख्ता कर दिया कि बिना धैर्य और साहस के अध्यापन का कार्य संभव नहीं है । online कक्षाओं के दौरान जिस साहस के साथ अध्यापकों ने कंप्यूटर पर काम करना सीखा और जिस धैर्य के साथ chalk से keyboard तक का सफर तय किया उससे साबित होता है कि साहस हम सभी के अंदर है जो हमें शक्तिशाली और आत्मनिर्भर बनाता है और धैर्य हमें निरंतर परिश्रम के लिए प्रेरित करता है।
इन्हीं दो गुणों को बयां करती हैं सोहनलाल द्विवेदी जी की ये पंक्तियां..
नन्ही चींटी जब दाना लेकर चलती है, चढ़ती दीवारों पर सौ बार फिसलती है
मन का विश्वास रगों में साहस भरता है, चढ़कर गिरना गिरकर चढ़ना ना अखरता है
आख़िर उसकी मेहनत बेकार नहीं होती ,कोशिश करने वालों की कभी हार नहीं होती।
Medley DGS @The Doon Girls' School - Anubhuti Sharma, Chandralekha Negi, Kirti Bisht, Mamta Kandpal, Neelam Waldia, Rudrani Ray, Sugandha Ahluwalia
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Early to rise,
Makes a man,
Healthy Wealthy and Wise.😊
The Fabindia School
When children fight in the class, and they are caught, this is the most common excuse they come up with, “I didn’t do it, he started it”. They lie because they don’t want to be caught and scolded or insulted in front of the class. They have self-respect in the class and try to protect it. One should listen to both the sides of the story and not make a judgment on the incident. If one has to say who is right, then one should say it calmly, without making the other child feeling bad. They should also be made responsible for their behaviour and make them realize that this behaviour is not accepted socially.
2. Can I go to the washroom?
Often it has been noticed that if one child has gone to the washroom, his friends would also like to go. Usually, it is an escape strategy from the classroom. They like to take a break from the classroom and play in or near the washroom area. One forgets that children need to take a break in between. Studying different subjects back-to-back tires them. Usually, there is one break – that is the lunch break in the school, and it is not enough. If a child tells honestly that he needs a break, it would not be allowed. It is because the teacher is busy completing her lesson plan rather than seeing the need of the child and class. It is difficult, to be honest, yet one teaches that honesty is the best policy. The school needs to create a fearless environment where a child can express freely. It reminds of a poem by Rabindra Nath Tagore.
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls;
Where words come out from the depth of truth;
अक्सर हमें बच्चों के द्वारा यह सुनने को मिलता है कि आज मुझे कोई गृह कार्य नहीं मिला ऐसा क्यों होता है? बच्चों को अक्सर याद नहीं रहता कि उनको किस विषय में गृह कार्य मिला है, और ऐसा भी होता है कि वह कार्य करना ही नहीं चाहते, अक्सर यह भी देखा जाता है कि बच्चों के घर पर कोई उत्सव हो जो कि उनके गृह कार्य से ज्यादा प्रिय हो इसीलिए बच्चे गृह कार्य करने से जी चुराते हैं। विद्यालय में इतने समय तक अध्ययन करने के बाद जब वह घर जाते हैं तब उन्हें लगता है, कि अब हमें खेलना चाहिए पढ़ाई- पढ़ाई बहुत हो चुकी है। इसीलिए होमवर्क नहीं करते।
बच्चों के माता-पिता और बच्चों को स्वयं भी अध्यापक द्वारा दिया गया गृह कार्य समझ नहीं आता।
अध्यापक द्वारा ऐसा गृह कार्य दिया जाए, जो कि बच्चे को आसानी से समझ आ जाए।
शिक्षक द्वारा गृह कार्य अक्सर इसलिए दिया जाता है ताकि कक्षा में दिए गए कार्य की पुनरावृत्ति बच्चा घर में कर ले और उसे पाठ आसानी से समझ में आ जाए। अब शिक्षक को चाहिए कि बच्चों को ऐसा गृह कार्य दिया जाए जो बच्चों को आसानी से समझ आ जाए और करने में बच्चों में रुचि पैदा हो।
It is imperative to show respect to earn respect in the classroom. Everybody has self-respect and wants to be respected. When respected, one feels loved and does not feel awkward or has any inhibitions to express himself. A child with special needs in our class was having difficulties in the class with his peers. He was bullied by his friends. We gave him space to be himself and accepted his needs. This influenced class. They became patient and started including him in their games, and he became part of the class. Treating him with respect and kindness helped the class, to understand that they cannot treat differently to him. Everybody deserves respect.
- Aspiration JMMS @ John Martyn Memorial School, Salan Gaon, Dehradun - Renu Raturi, Sandhya Thadani, Sonali Sharma and Asha Bhandari
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
As I sat contemplating the dual qualities of honesty and respect, an entire series of events and stories began reeling in my mind. My earliest acknowledgement of Honesty that I recall takes me back to my childhood. As my parents’ only daughter and the eldest child, I received immense love and care. My father would guide me not only through tough mathematical concepts but also through what seemed like pressing questions about the world around me. These discussions could stem from the collection of storybooks-Padho, Samjho aur Karo (पढ़ो, समझो और करो). This series of books was released by Geeta Press, Gorakhpur.
One day I asked my father: who is God? Why do you pray? Why can’t I see Him? In response to my questions, he told me that Mahatma Gandhi claimed that Honesty and Truth are two sides of the same coin – two sides that cannot work in isolation and these qualities, themselves, are what we perceive as God. I was still not satisfied. My fervent questioning resumed, and I asked: how do I see God? He promised to tell me more on this elusive topic if I held patience till the following day.
That night I noticed a box of sweets in the kitchen. On opening it, I was delighted to see my favourite sweets. Unable to control my temptation, I gobbled down almost half of it. I was enjoying eating sweets all by myself, as I did not have to share it with my siblings. The following morning, I heard my mother scolding our domestic help regarding the missing sweets. Instantly, I felt relaxed that no one found out that I was the one who had eaten all those sweets.
Later that evening, my father called me to continue our earlier conversation and tried to explain to me why we cannot see God. He said emphatically, “Each one of us has two inner voices. Before we take any action, one voice gives constant go-ahead and encourages us to do whatever comes to mind. The second voice is more prudent. It warns us when an action is not right and dissuades us from it. Those of us, who are honest with themselves, even in the absence of others, can listen to this voice clearly and loudly. This inner voice is none other than the concept of God. So, your God is within you, and it aims to help you deliver all your actions with utmost honesty.”
I immediately remembered the sweets and the realization dawned on me that what I had done was indeed stealing! I was purposely hiding the truth, and this dishonesty caused pain and repercussions for another innocent person. This epiphany troubled me. I closed my eyes and ears tightly and tried hard to listen to my inner voice- It was feeble but yet clear, it was urging me to tell the truth! This turned out to be a Eureka moment for me, I suddenly knew that honesty and truth always come together. I gathered all the courage and confessed the whole incident to my parents and went to my help’s home to apologise. I must admit that the happiness and satiation that I derived from this apology was much more than the one I did after secretly eating those sweets.
My father told me,” You will come across a lot of such sweet temptations in life, but you should never fail to listen to your inner voice- as that is God conversing with you.” I now understood why Gandhi said that truth and honesty are two sides of the same coin. I had learnt that by being more mindful of my inner voice, I could steer myself towards honest actions.
I decided that looking forward, honesty is that one cardinal value that I would not compromise on. I realized that honesty fosters a whole realm of positive qualities, too - courage, fearlessness, and a sense of justice automatically take sides with honesty.
As I grew older, I read about Abraham Lincoln, who was known as “Honest Abe” when he was working as a young store clerk in New Salem, III. His character precedent was such that even his opponents agreed, without objections, that he was honest, fair and the most deserving candidate for the role of President.
When I joined my first job at Mayo College Girls’ School as a Physics teacher, my father gave me the letter that Abraham Lincoln had written to his son’s school Headmaster, and it truly illuminated my worldview. The line from the letter that stuck with me emphasized how it is far more honourable to fail than to cheat! It goes to show that regardless of how dishonest one has been in their life, they never want their children or students to be dishonest. In a recent discussion with my students, I instructed them to imagine themselves as leaders of reputed organizations. When I asked them to state one quality that they would look for while recruiting managers and staff, they all unanimously agreed on one quality, and that was honesty!
Almost every child is narrated about the ‘kettle’ story of Mahatma Gandhi as the preamble to honesty. Children wonder as to why they should be taught the lessons of honesty. Often, my students ask: what do we get by being honest? The answer to that is that repeated honest actions bring integrity to one’s character and allow one to earn respect from their fellow beings. Looking at it backwards, to earn respect, one requires the integrity of character which, in turn, comes from an ability to be true and honest with all those around us.
I have come to the conclusion that honesty cannot be seen only as a product of mere words or theory. In its entirety, honesty flows from three key steps – Mansa, Vacha and Karmana (मनसा वाचा कर्मणा). The chain of an honest action has to begin with the right thought process by listening to one’s inner voice. It must then flow into one’s communications through words and finally culminate into actions.
The Universe has a salient feature wherein it is constantly aligning itself to move away from disorientation and make way for orderliness and patterns. From an atom to the galaxy (micro to the macro world), everything has a pattern. Similarly, honesty brings forth order and discipline in one’s life. As intelligent species, we humans must hone our skills to listen to our prudent inner voice and make Honesty our lighthouse of guidance to unconditionally help us sail our boat of life through the uncharted ocean of the Universe.
Arundhati Shukla ( 18.11.2020) <email@example.com>
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