What Einstein Did When He was Young

What did Einstein do when he was young? Before he became the living definition of what we call a Genius? Imagine that Einstein, who must have been a child once, a child with little hands, and a little head lit … Continued

The Extraordinary Intern

    These lines aptly sum up Zahra’s journey with Touching Lives. Not that she was an aimless wanderer before she joined Touching Lives. She had goals and was academically strong. By the time she finished graduation she already knew … Continued

Some Instructions To Follow while Instructing

  It is almost imperative to begin by sharing an episode from my class. Here’s how it went: While I was involved in an activity with my students, many asked questions, requested spellings, some demanded answers. I responded in a … Continued

Five things that connect you with the children you teach.

Right at the outset let me state that the ways in which one may connect with children are limited only by imagination. Nevertheless when one is new to a class, certain things may aid in establishing the positive relationship which … 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