Practicing Professionalism



It’s time to change the ‘Always On’ work culture, strike some balance, and manage our time effectively!

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13 Powerful SEL Activities

Build social and emotional skills in your classroom through this set of fun yet profound activities.


Teachers as Changemakers: Leadership Skills at School

This session will focus on ways in which teachers can emerge as influencers, band with peers and parents, and impact learning. Find out how teachers can deliver positive change for their students, the wider school community, and society at large!

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Parentsquare simplifies the communication between parents and teachers. Parents can also track attendance and stay up-to-date with the school events.

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The reflective journal is integral to your professional development as a teacher. Use these prompts to guide your reflections.

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6 Books to Help Students Understand Grief

For many of our students, the last six months may have been the first time that they have experienced grief. Processing overwhelming statistics of the sick and deceased, watching anxious parents worry about lost jobs or businesses, or in tragic cases, experiencing the passing of a loved one can take a toll on our students.

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10 Ways to Get the Most Out of an Online Workshop

Guest Blog by Umes Shrestha, Learning Experience Designer First published on Medium: Have you registered yet? Six months into this year of a pandemic, and this question hasn’t left our inbox, Whatsapp or our minds. Webinars & workshops everywhere with an information overload and zero time to synthesise or apply; definitely difficult for educators. You

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How’s our student doing?: PTMs in times of a pandemic

First published on Medium: The pandemic and our new National Education Policy have changed the rules of the game for teachers, students, and finally, the parents! Let’s decide the agenda of our next PTM to bring some significant parents’ contribution in student learning! Teacher-her kids-her students-students’ parents-parents’ jobs: it’s all smudged together in the

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What is the National Education Policy (NEP) recommending for teachers?

First published on Medium: A New Education Policy is here after 34 years! Let’s read to know more about what the NEP means for teachers and student learning! Inquiry-based learning, 21st-century skills, interactive classrooms, multidisciplinary study, and flexible assessments—it’s all there in NEP 2020.  With the policy’s sharp shift from rote learning towards critical

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How will AI change what it means to be a School Teacher?

With everything e-transforming with Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and customisation, learn and know how it will impact educators and student learning. The world watched in shock and awe last week as GPT 3 wrote poems, created code from scratch, and predicted how famous politicians would respond. It made me wonder: if Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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Teachers as changemakers: Do our students envision us as one?

As you work towards understanding the new normal better, find out how you can transform your classrooms and the world outside by thinking and acting like leader-changemakers!  Learner | Researcher | Curriculum & Pedagogy Specialist | Classroom Manager | Mentor | Changemaker  This is US! Every educator’s versatile skill-set keeps expanding as and when challenges

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Remote Learning Practices: Planning for classrooms of the future

As we discuss whether or not schools will reopen any time soon, educators have to set themselves up for the task. Find tips on the where, how and what to plan for remote learning and future classrooms!


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Highr x FICCI ARISE: Building Parental Involvement (For Primary Educators)

The 8th session of the Highr x FICCI ARISE series is all about fostering parental involvement for primary educators.


Highr x FICCI ARISE: Building Parental Involvement

The 7th session of Highr x FICCI ARISE series focuses on building parental involvement as a tenet of practising professionalism.

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Managing Student Engagement Online

Learn about the most effective student engagement practices because the best classroom management tool is an engaging lesson!

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Grades 5-8

Building Parental Involvement

If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself. Building parental involvement is of utmost importance in remote teaching-learning. Learn more here.

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Parental Involvement: How Parents can be Your Greatest Ally in Digital Learning

Discover how teachers can cultivate effective parental involvement to greatly improve the digital learning process.

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Collaborative Learning in the times of Social Distancing

How can you plan for SEL online? The answer lies in Collaborative Learning, which may become your go-to strategy for online teaching-learning and beyond.