The Ear Specialists

The children in the class are made to listen carefully to the teacher’s lecture and follow instructions, but do you think the student has listened to you? Aren’t we nurturing their minds to the right direction? No, for the kid’s ear hears what it just wants to hear.

If you want to be a good leader it is necessary to hear the unheard. A teacher needs to inculcate in the student to hear from his inner ear. A student will only be able to understand and be successful when he hears what is unheard. Teachers need to prepare their lessons in an exciting and informal way that the students comprehend and discover the unheard. Students deeply desire to hear that their teachers believe in them, recognize and explain their purpose and want to know who really they are. If students get an answer to these questions then they discover the unheard.
A teacher needs to motivate, encourage his student in a positive perspective. An Educator needs to educate both the heart and mind of his student and then the possibilities are endless.
Our learning from “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee
Sharmila Vijaywargi, Usha Panwar, Bharti Rao & Krithika Rao - The Fabindia School

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