Back to School in Covid-19

Life has been very tough during the pandemic for both parents and children. Going back to school during these Covid times might sound scary and creepy but some time or the other we have to. As we teachers all around the world get ready to get back to school with the new precautionary measures, so... Continue Reading →

Boost the habit of reading in children

A classroom or a home full of avid readers is The Dream of any teacher / parent. The Gen Alpha, born entirely in the 21st century have all kinds of technology at their disposal which almost always takes them away from reading. It's a challenge as teachers and parents to encourage this generation to become... Continue Reading →

The Class Size

The correct class size or in other terms the number of students we teachers have in our classroom is the most important number for us in this universe. This is something that we think of every second up to the moment that we are allocated our class. The number of students in a class is... Continue Reading →

Teaching in Covid-19

The Covid-19 resulted in schools being shut down all across the world. According to the World Economic Forum over 1.2 billion children were out of the classroom during this pandemic. And because of this we have seen a dramatic change in education and evidenced the rapid rise of e-learning. Teaching for a change was done... Continue Reading →

Ramadan in Covid times

The 1.8 billion Muslims around the world are about to celebrate their second religious festival 'Eid-ul-Adha' in about a month and this very thought has taken me back to the Ramadan we spent during this Covid pandemic Ramadan 2020 was one of a kind, what with mosques closed due to the pandemic and no chance... Continue Reading →

Racism Ingrained

I have thought long and hard before writing this one. I've sat on it ever since we discussed the George Flyod brutality at home. Whatever happened was ghastly and something that could make one lose hope in humanity. But the sheer fact that the whole world is protesting against this horrible act is proof that there's still hope.

Teaching Be Like…..

Hello to the Blogging World after a long long time. Teaching life got me bad and this post has been in my mobile notepad and mind slate for near about 6 months now. The lock down has been a  blessing in disguise. Finally got the time to organize my thoughts, self-reflect, write and drop my... Continue Reading →

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