I became acquainted with the term ‘Imposter Syndrome’ recently. It made the jigsaw puzzle of my underconfidence fit together perfectly. On the outside, I seem like a driven, passionate individual taking on the world. Although on the inside, I felt like a fraud for many years. I wondered why so many opportunities came my way.… Continue reading The teacher diaries- Imposter Syndrome- Are you an imposter in your own life?
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The teacher diaries- Do I want to teach on-campus again?
The day we were all waiting for finally came. Hybrid learning became a piece of our past rather than our present or future. All of the teachers did a merry jig when we heard the news. There were sighs of relief, cries of “Finally!” echoing through the halls. The last two years have certainly taken… Continue reading The teacher diaries- Do I want to teach on-campus again?
The Teacher Diaries- Taking teaching too literally
“Once upon a time I decided to teach, Dreams of gifting wisdom to every and each, It was only once I had given it time, That I realized it wasn’t me but the students who shine.” The problem During my early days of teaching, I would charge into the classroom with all the vigour I… Continue reading The Teacher Diaries- Taking teaching too literally
The teacher diaries: Screen time for young ones-boon or bane?
When I converse with parents during our much-awaited parent-teacher meetings, one of their primary complaints is regarding their child’s increase in screen time. As the pandemic spreads its vice-like grip on society at large, folks huddle together indoors to survive. Amusing family members ranging from toddlers to grisly husbands is a task, and a digital… Continue reading The teacher diaries: Screen time for young ones-boon or bane?