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The TeAcher Story

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge”.

-Albert Einstein
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“The test of a good teacher is not how many questions he can ask his pupils that they will answer readily, but how many questions he inspires them to ask him which he finds it hard to answer”.

– Alice Wellington Rollins

Welcome to the Teacher Story. The purpose of this blog is to pen down my thinking on how I aspire to be an educator and a life long learner. The thoughts are purely mine and MAY have some resemblance to other educators.

Thank you and Enjoy!

The Right to Education

Education should be free. Every child has the right to free education no matter what socio-economic background a child lives in. For some education is a part of life, a necessity, a requirement but for others, education is a privilege. But why should education be a privilege, and why not a part of life andContinue reading “The Right to Education”

Philosophy in Education

I asked a wise man, “Tell me sir, in which field could I make a great career?” He said with a smile, “Be a good human being. There is huge opportunity in this area and very little competition” -Jalal – Ud –  Din Rumi What is Education, what is learning and what is life? EducationContinue reading “Philosophy in Education”

Educate the HEART

Please note that this article is greatly inspired by the thoughts of “His holiness, the Dalai Lama”. It is true that academia is an essential part of teaching and learning. As teacher educators we must teach the best way we can so that children excel in their desired field. But so should we teach acceptance,Continue reading “Educate the HEART”

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