Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Saturday, March 26, 2022
My Guide Inside
Designed with Kids, Educators & Parents in mind!
The principles discussed operate in all people. Globally applicable objectives include:
1. Enhance school students' Personal Well-being with an age-appropriate understanding of underlying principles.
2. Simultaneously develop your education curriculum with communication, Thinking, Personal & Social Awareness & Responsibility.
My Guide Inside innovation is built upon timeless principles, a simple blend of new and known!
The principles modelled, taught, discussed & practised in —My Guide Inside— operate in all people! The focus is on discovering well-being and understanding how we work while also developing academic skills and competencies. All this … plus a variety of creative activities.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEARNING (PDL)
INTRODUCTION TO THE THREE PRINCIPLES IN SCHOOLS
Listen to what the participants have to sayBrinda Ghosh: Principal Gyanshree School
Monisha Datta: Co-Founder The Doon Girls School
Sukhpreet Kaur: Teacher at the Gyanshree School.
Rachna Bharrdwaj: Teacher at The Doon Girl's School.
Nibbrati Rathore: Teacher at the Gyanshree School.
Neelam Waldia: Teacher at The Doon Girl's School.
Bharti Rao: Vice Principal at The Fabindia School
Piyush Rai: Teacher at the Billabong High International School ThaneThe My Guide Inside: Training for Educators will be available for free to any educator anywhere, launch date to be determined.
Please know you are welcome to join any of the scheduled "live sharing" Zoom meetings. We envision some of you may choose to host an MGI live sharing for your education community in the future. We are sure we'll all have insights into how to Share It Forward!
About the 3 Principles in just 2 minutes!
"Bob and I enjoyed sharing with everyone!" - Christa Campsall
Friday, March 18, 2022
We will read My Good School, Where Passion Meets Education by Sandeep Dut from the coming Sunday.
#reading #speaking #lifeskills #mygoodschool #wherepassionmeetseducation #creativity
Thursday, March 17, 2022
The meeting of education and social media has an immense value for teachers, especially as a resource for lesson ideas and connecting with like minds to share experiences. This has been especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic, as teachers have been able to share best practices about remote learning. However, like every part of the internet, it has its unproductive side.
When I dig too deep into Education Twitter, I mostly experience it the way I experience looking at a feed of people's perfect lives, children, pets, homes, and vacations. I'm left with the feeling there's no way I'd be able to live up to the standard I'm seeing. Or I just know in my gut there's more than meets the eye to what's being peddled in 140 characters or a carefully crafted image. These posts on teaching can also feel disorienting when I'm not clear if the motivation is to help teachers and students or to cultivate one's personal brand.
The emergence of "Edu-Twitter' can be as agitating as any other part of social media, and it never hurts to look from a distance or find balance in the way I am using it.
It is important for me to be clear-headed and constructive in my engagement with what's shared about teaching online. If I engage during times of stress, I am likely to see other teachers' posts through the lens of unhealthy comparison, envy, or criticism - three very unproductive emotions to carry back to my students.
Self-Care and Encouragement for Teachers
Sunday, March 13, 2022
The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate. The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing.
On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading. #ReadToLead
Forgiveness Chapter 18, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India
The journey always focuses on learning; there is tea/coffee on a train during the trip, and when the tea is warm, we like it the most. So the trip is on with reading the chapters which contain the enthusiasm and passion for learning. The chapters are as follows:
Learning From Isolation To Collaboration was read by my English Ms Rishona. We were mesmerized with the voice and contained sentences of the chapter, that what learning is, it's not about isolation. It's about collaboration, and by collaborative learning, we learn more and gain more.
The second chapter was read by Mr Devgan, Teachers Travel With You All Your Life. When we read this chapter, I also remembered my favourite teacher during the starting years of the learning process, and the role of the teacher is not just the teacher. They are more than the on-screen hero!
Finally, the third chapter, Personal And Social Development At School, was read by Mr Dutt, about how an individual holistic development can be done by using 4S' Service, Skill, Sports & Study in the learning curriculum.
We have merged the Brewing Knowledge Club hosted by Learning Forward India with the Joy Of Reading Program at My Good School.
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