Working with Parents

  Parents and family are the first teachers of a child. Directly or otherwise, a child internalizes most anything that she/he experiences in his family including their thoughts and behavior and in general, their way of life. In short, parents … Continued

Learning About Learning

Learning is a lifelong process. It need not be concrete. It need not promise you that what you have understood now will be the same until your last breath, or that your analyses that hold true now, will be the … Continued

The Teacher/Mentor Every Student Loves

Teaching children is arguably the most joyful of professions on the planet. It is certainly among the most challenging too. Every teacher worth his/her salt is constantly innovating and most happy to discover better and more effective ways of teaching … Continued

A Rendezvous with the After-School Mentors

    “And the Little Prince broke into a lovely peal of laughter, which irritated me very much. I like my misfortunes to be taken seriously.” Antoine de Saint Exupery in The Little Prince We do this, don’t we? We … Continued

Five Aspects of Mentoring the Young Toddlers

Toddler hood is a really important phase, as it is a learning curve for small children. Here, they learn various life-values that help them to shape their personality. It basically forms their crux regarding the how things function inside and … Continued

A Year of Choices, Possibilities and Freedom : A Picture Album

Year 2014- 2015 : A year of choices,possibilities and freedom. No of children: 120 Programs Running throughout : Beginners (Community) Beginners Pre-School After-School The year just went by and when we look behind, we realized that while walking on this … Continued