The teacher diaries- How our young ones feel about COVID

It’s been more than a year since we shifted to our virtual platform on Teams. Learners have acclimated to technology like fish to water, and it is sometimes educators who must keep stride with their hunger for new tech tools. We experienced a sense of satisfaction when we could persist with lessons online and believed… Continue reading The teacher diaries- How our young ones feel about COVID

How to be a great teacher- tips that have nothing to do with training or degrees

When I go down memory lane and ponder about the teachers I loved and valued the most, I see that my memories are built on the relationship that we shared. My history teacher was always fair and understood what I had to say during debates and discussions. My English teacher inspired me to write in… Continue reading How to be a great teacher- tips that have nothing to do with training or degrees

Learning and teaching during pandemic times

I have always been enthralled by the principles of an IB education which include progressive ideas of student agency, action and a mission to create global citizens of the future. Unfortunately, before the school year began in 2020, we were thrown into the unchartered waters of a historic pandemic. As educators, the immediate challenge was… Continue reading Learning and teaching during pandemic times