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Learning Forward India PLP Session II - Kalpana Jain, The Iconic School

21st Century Educators

The Educators at The Iconic School are reading Kavita Ghosh’s Book for the Level II of the Learning Forward India three-year Professional Learning Program. 
The 21st century portrays a plethora of opportunities for every individual of the society. This calls for a great change in systems and skills of individuals. School education will become the first platform for this change. The stakeholders of this change are the school management, Educators and students. The change here means that most of the school systems need to be upgraded or revised. These systems include focus on the overall development of the student,  hiring Educators who are ready to experiment and are progressive in thoughts and actions.  The management needs to revise the conventional policies that give enough freedom for the school, educators and students to evolve.

The defined change can lead to multiple developments as the potential of every individual is recognized and catered. In such an environment  the education system will be able to provide opportunities and challenges to students to create  their individual development path as As per their interest. This conducive environment will build a human Possessing  21st century skills. Therefore the partnership between schools and parents need to be extremely strong in order to support the interest of the individuals. The need of the hour is to move beyond the conventional methodology of recruiting the Educators. The progressive educator need not be an excellent academician,  but should possess the skills to address the diversity in the classroom respecting and bringing out the best from every individual.

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Nurturing Leaders For Tomorrow

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Lt Gen Surendra Kulkarni is an Old Boy of Mayo College. He joined in 1964 and completed his MSc in March 1970. He has served in the Army for nearly four decades. He was commissioned into the Armoured Corps in 1975. In his long and distinguished career, he has commanded the largest forces and held some of the most prestigious assignments. In recognition of his special contribution, he has been awarded a Vishisht Seva Medal twice, an Ati Vishishta Seva Medal and finally the highest peacetime distinguished service award in the Armed Forces, the Param Vishisht Seva Medal by the President of India.
Parallel to his Army career, he has pursued his academic interests. He is an economics graduate from Fergusson College Pune. He was a post graduate UGC Merit scholar before he joined the Army. He has four Masters Degrees including an M Phil degree. He would be one of the few officers to have been sent abroad thrice on academic assignments. He has taught at the Armoured Corps Centre and School, Ahmadnagar, Institute of Armament Technology, Pune and the Defence Services Staff College, Wellington.
In Mayo, he was in Colvin and Rajasthan Houses. He was a keen sportsman, who played Cricket, Tennis, Squash, Football and Hockey. #HappyTeachers #BrewingKnowledge #SGEF19

Soldier Educationist

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Lt. Col. Sekhar is a soldier educationist who has been in leadership positions as a soldier, educationist, and as an academician for over 30 years. A post-graduate in Chemistry as well as in English, he has had a distinguished career in the Armed Forces, heading Sainik/Military Schools, Instructor in the Indian Military Academy, Registrar of autonomous Colleges. After taking premature retirement from the Army, Lt. Colonel Sekhar was Director (Education and Empowerment) with Atul (CSR) Ltd wherein he established the Atul Institute of Vocational Excellence from scratch. He was also Director& Head of Schools, Alpha Group of institutions, Trichy.

A regular speaker, moderator, and presenter in conferences/study groups, he now is the Executive Director of Aditanar Educational institutions, whose 9 Colleges and Schools have been uplifting rural India since 1965. #HappyTeachers #BrewingKnowledge #SGEF19

Igniting the Spark in Learners

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Lina Ashar did her primary schooling in England before moving to Australia, where she acquired her Bachelor’s degree in Education from Melbourne’s Victoria College. In 1991, Lina came to India on a year-long sabbatical from college, while connecting with her roots, she landed up taking a school job in suburban Mumbai, an experience which changed her life. Back then, the education system in India was still grappling with a straitjacketed approach to education, leaving no scope for the overall development of the child, which was a complete contrast to the milieu of what she had studied. Lina chose to stay back in India to change the antiquated approach to education which existed then. Her conviction to offer an education which sets the child as its centre led her to start her first preschool in Bandra (Mumbai) in the year 1993 with 25 students.
The journey from one Kangaroo Kids Preschool to a network of Kangaroo Kids Preschools and Billabong High International Schools across 29 different cities in India as well as in Dubai, Maldives and Qatar has been a phenomenal one. Lina’s unique approach, injection of potent solutions and radical processes to ensure that the quality of education is improved was instantaneously well received and noted. Lina has been promoting and practising ‘topic-based learning’ since 2002, something that the Indian media lauded the Finland education system for, very recently. Lina has been extremely passionate about creating a purpose of learning and allowing children to be thinkers, innovators, problem solvers and to orchestrate experiences that will result in their overall development.
With an intention to spark human greatness in every student, Lina was the first in the Indian education industry to introduce a learner-centric methodology and introduce innovative ways of learning by providing an integrated activity and theme-based learning. The industry has recognised and awarded Lina several times over for her unique and meaningful contributions to the sector, notable among them being:
  • A leading woman in education at the Women Leaders in India Awards 2015 by iiglobal
  • Nationwide winner of the Best K12 innovative curriculum by Franchise India 2015
  • Alumni Excellence winner by Australian High Commission 2015
  • Voted by over 500,00 people to the MTC Global Top 10 Thinkers’ – 2015 among more than 35 nominees from different walks of life whose work has a significant impact in their sector, as determined by the independent Board of Jury at MTC Global HQ.
  • Lifetime Education Leadership Award by EduWorld 2014
  • Key Speaker at the symposium of Indian Career Education and Development Council (ICEDC) 2014 at the American School of Bombay
  • Panellist at The Economic Times Future of Learning Summit 2014
  • Awarded Leading Women Entrepreneur Recognition at several fora between 2010 and 2014, including Times of India and iGlobal.
Lina dreams of a society in which every child enjoys the right to a joyful childhood and quality education. 
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As teachers, we are the greatest influence on our students during the school day. Teachers have long known that success in life isn’t measured by their salary but rather the impact they make on the world. But success is also about happiness.

Have you ever asked any teacher why they show up to work every day? If you have, you probably heard something like “for my students” and because my kids are my purpose.

Most educators are selfless in their pursuit of a bright, promising future for their learners. When students score well on projects and exams, demonstrate critical thinking and display signs of empathy and compassion, teachers are happiest and happy teachers will directly lead to a happy classroom.
Happy teachers produce better performing and high achieving students who lead to grateful, supportive parents, and who doesn’t want that?

Happiness and a sense of purpose go hand in hand. Technology cannot make up for an inspiring and motivated teacher who can be the pulse of her classroom. It is not smartboards that can create ripples of happiness, it is a caring and a happy teacher who touches the lives of 50 robust children and who can spread sunshine as the essential ingredient of happiness.
To make the classroom happy one should remember that not only should student happiness be the aim of education, but the teacher’s happiness should be the aim of education.
‘A hundred years from now, it will not matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in the bank but the world may be a better place because I made a difference in the life of a child – Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’


People's Prince

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Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar is a scion of the 1500-year-old House of Mewar in Udaipur. Born on the 28th of January, 1985, he is the only son of Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar and Smt. Vijayraj Kumari Mewar of Udaipur.
Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar is Trustee – Vidyadan Trust, Trustee – Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, Executive Director – Lake Palace Hotels & Motels Pvt. Ltd., Executive Director – Historic Resorts Hotels Pvt. Ltd. and President – Maharana Pratap Smarak Samiti.
As a child, Lakshyaraj was raised to respect and honour his esteemed lineage, which is rich in history and culture. His childhood was spent in hearing stories about his valiant ancestors and their remarkable traditions. He was greatly inspired by his paternal grandfather, his late Highness Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar, whose diligent service to society and sense of charity, exemplified the importance of serving the community while upholding social and moral responsibilities
With a belief to working his way to the top, Lakshyaraj started his career from scratch by working as a waiter at the Four Seasons Hotel in Australia, followed by a stint at several cafes in Australia.
On his return to Udaipur, he joined the family business and undertook the refurbishment of the iconic Jagmandir Island Palace as his maiden venture, Through 2006-07, under his management, Jagmandir Island Palace reinforced its position, as one of the world’s most exclusive Regal Wedding destinations.
Thereafter Lakshyaraj turned his attention to developing Palkikhana as a European-style café at the picturesque Manek Chowk of the City Palace, Udaipur. With experienced chefs by his side, Lakshyaraj worked painstakingly to improve the F&B (food and beverages) quality and service standards across the HRH Group of Hotels.
Lakshyaraj is an ardent sports enthusiast and is especially passionate about Cricket. His consistent efforts and love for the game are well respected, as he is an Advisor to the President of the Rajasthan Cricket Association.
Lakshyaraj’s unwavering commitment to social causes and his dedication to the public has created awareness on several issues related to the rural and urban populace in the region. He has conducted various campaigns to create awareness in the field of education, health, environment, and other social causes, in order to improve the standard of living and quality of life of the local people.
Lakshyaraj also takes pleasure in working for and encouraging the youth, especially in creative fields. He provides opportunities for them to exhibit their talent and participate in many remarkable events.
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Do Schools Kill Creativity - Aysha Tak

This question has been the talk of the town for a while now. Creativity is as important in education as Literacy. However, children are being taught that it's important to do things the right way rather than giving it a try and if wrong, make necessary changes. Being creative means that you have to be willing to be wrong and that you're willing to try and the education system treats being wrong as the worst thing possible. In doing this, we are taking away a child's natural urge to ‘give it a go’.

All education systems globally have a ‘hierarchy’, with math and language at the top, social sciences in the middle and arts at the bottom. This is because of the childhood education the system was developed to satisfy the industrial revolution of the 19th century, where math and science were essential for jobs, but we need to understand that times have changed.

While once people just needed school for a good job, then a bachelor degree, and now these degrees are no guarantee for a job. Degrees have had a form of inflation over time, and this shows it is shifting too quickly. Having children go to school just to attend university is not really equipping them to work any more!

 We know 3 things about intelligence

  • It is diverse – we think in many ways – visually, in sound, movement and abstract, being a few. 
  • It is dynamic – original ideas come about from the interaction of many different ways of seeing things.
  • It is distinct – people have their way of doing things – Ken’s example is a ‘problem student’ who couldn’t sit still at school, but when moved to a dance school fit in fine – she needed to move to think. Her dance skills went on to give her immense fame and fortune, bringing value to millions of people. 
In modern times, she would probably have been given ADHD medication and been put told to calm down.

We need to redefine our education system – our current way is one of ‘strip-mining’ our children for the most desired properties, in the same way, we mine the Earth for ore. We now need to use our imaginations and creativity wisely, to face an uncertain and problematic future. We may not see this future close and clear, but we do need to equip our children to conquer it in the best ways possible. 

Aysha Tak
The Fabindia School
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Investing in Schools

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Imran is the Managing Partner at Gaja Capital (www.gajacapital.com).
Gaja is India’s leading mid-market growth capital firm. Gaja’s aim is to help create India’s next generation of market leaders and has invested in sectors such as Education, Consumer, and Financial Services.
Imran has over 18 years of experience in Private Equity, Pharmaceuticals and Technology services. Prior to Gaja, Imran worked in a variety of roles of increasing responsibility at Dr Reddy’s and Wipro Technologies. At Gaja, Imran leads investments in the Education and Consumer clusters. He has been closely involved with Gaja’s investments in SportzVillage (Sports management), EuroKids (Pre-K and K12), John Distilleries (AlcoBev), CL Educate (Supplemental Education), Indus World Schools (K12), Educomp (Educationdiversified) and Millennium Schools (K12).
Imran has post-graduate degrees in software engineering from BITS-Pilani and an MBA from IIM-Bangalore. 
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Experiential Education and Leadership

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Dr M.D. Saraswat is a post-graduate in English, Hindi, and Sanskrit. Subsequently, he also earned a Doctorate in Hindi Literature.
After a rewarding career in the Doon School where he served for 16 years, he was the founder Principal of two schools. Thereafter, he took on the mantle of the C.E.O of the ‘Sapkal Knowledge Hub’ in Nasik before he joined The Scindia School in April 2015.
His educational philosophy is simple and can be summarised in two lines. He believes that Education is about providing the correct references and appropriate stimulants to the students for their inherent goodness to express itself on its own.
As the Principal of The Scindia School, Dr Saraswat believes in establishing and promoting a culture of excellence and meritocracy in every sphere of school activity.
He believes that ‘Experiential Education’ for the youth is the need of the hour, and promotes the ideology of ‘Leadership through Service’ in students.
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Experience meets Excellence

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Dr. (Ms.) GunmeetBindra, Principal, Welham Boys’ School, an alumnus of the Delhi School of Economics and Calcutta University, is the first woman to head a boys’ boarding school in India.
An accomplished educationist with over 30 years of experience in teaching and school administration, Dr.Bindra has held many coveted positions including member of the CBSE Governing Body, as well as the CBSE Affiliation Committee. She is also the British Council School Ambassador in India and a member of the Board of Trustees of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC), as the current Vice President of the IBSC-Asia Pacific region.
The numerous awards conferred upon Dr. Bindra include the CBSE National Award in 2014 presented by the President of India, the Bharat Vidya Vibhushan Puraskar presented by the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, the Pride of Doon Award by the Doon Citizens Council, presented by the Governor of Uttarakhand, the Rajiv Gandhi Education Excellence Award, the Uttarakhand Ratan Award, Outstanding Achievement  Award 2016 for Education and Social Leadership and the National Award for Instructional Leadership in the Principals’ category of the awards at the NDTV-Educomp Education Awards 2016.
Under Dr Bindra’s leadership, Welham Boys’ School was recognized as the No.1 rank in the parameter for ‘Education Management and Leadership’ in a survey conducted by Education World magazine and C-Fore, for the Education World India School Rankings Awards for three years consecutively, i.e., 2016, 2017and 2018.
Dr Bindra has been a consistent achiever since her school and college days, President of Indraprastha College Students’ Union, Finance Secretary, Spic Macay, Delhi Chapter and Secretary of the B.Ed. Society, recipient of the Cadbury’s Award for the Best All-Rounder in school and the ‘The Most Versatile Student’ Award in college. Dr Bindra was captain of her school and college Hockey teams and was also selected for the Indian Hockey team at the Indian Women’s team camp besides being a swimming champion.
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eSchoolTube introduces a non-profit initiative - IndiaEschool that has been formed to promote and support school education and skill development.
Using the Power of the Internet for Education, IndiaEschool provides key resources for Students, Teachers, Schools, Learning Centers, CSR Initiatives, NGOs, Foundations & Agencies working in education & skill development domains.

Digital Learning & Teaching Program [DLTP]
The program focuses on utilizing the power of the Internet and on strengthening basic concepts of science, mathematics and language skills.
Main components of the program are:
  • Content through ‘e-Library ’ & ‘e-Classroom ’, curated and hand-picked interesting online material of different types  from different sources
  • Tools for utilizing the content and guidance for setting up of e-Classes
  • Training through regular online and offline workshops 
Training for Digital Learning & Teaching Program
Vijay vijay.eschool@gmail.com
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Grooming of the Next Generation

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Dr Bijaya K. Sahoo is an eminent Edupreneur who firmly believes in enriching society through the holistic grooming of a new generation of leaders. He holds to his credit a series of successful educational endeavours like SAI International School, SAI Angan, SAI International College of Commerce and SAI International Residential School.

One among the growth drivers of K-12 education in the Country, Dr Sahoo believes in consistent upgrading of self and others to align with the changing dynamics of the contemporary world. He consistently strives to address the educational needs of the students by inculcating in them a sense of curiosity, courage, and compassion. He believes in transforming young students into responsible global citizens through an amalgamation of internationalism and values embedded in an innovative curriculum.

A Chartered Accountant and an Entrepreneur with more than three decades of experience, Dr Sahoo has an in-depth understanding of various education sectors and business areas. He is also the Founder-Chairman and Promoter of JSS Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd, the largest BPO in Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, and Telecom Sector and Founder & Chairman of JSS Software Technology Park, the first private Software Park of Odisha.

Dr Sahoo believes in delivering a high standard of education under a unified framework and works towards bringing in innovative approaches to education in India/ state from across the globe. He is the Chairperson Eastern zone of FICCI Arise. He was also appointed Member of Task Force DPE, Member of EPC, Govt. of India and Member of Board of Studies, ICAI, New Delhi. He has also been part of the National Educational Policy Maker team visiting various countries like USA and UK.

In his professional front, he is the Director of Allahabad Bank, Director of Hindustan Shipyard Limited, Board Member of Central Electricity Supply Utility (CESU) and Member of Shri Jagannath Temple, Managing Committee.

Dr Sahoo is a qualified Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, MBA, Law Graduate and holds a PhD in commerce. He is also a Harvard alumnus, having completed several courses at the prestigious Harvard School of Education, USA, along with completing courses on education at National College Leadership Development, Nottingham, AIC Singapore, XSEED School Leadership, Dubai and Professional Leadership Development Course, Australia.

He had been placed amongst the 51 New Millennium Edupreneurs in India by EducationWorld and featured in their anniversary issue in 2013. His other awards include:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award for Education Excellence and bringing Innovation in Learning by Brainfeed, an Educational Initiative
  • Odisha Living Legend Award
  • Corporate Odisha Award for Steering Leadership & Entrepreneurial Values
  • My City Links Icon Achievers Award, 2018, instituted by My City Links
  • Recipient of Best BPO Award from the State of Odisha.
  • Recipient of Best Chairman Award from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
  • Ambassador of Goodwill to the USA due to his active involvement in the social sector and recipient of Four Avenues of Service Award from Rotary International, USA.
  • Elected as first President of Confederation of Information Technology Enterprises, Odisha.
Dr Sahoo holds an ambition to ‘Build a Better India Through Education’.

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Human Nature

The nature that a human possesses is far similar to that of animals regarding territory. Most human beings do not go beyond their own territory. Instead, every human being must explore in other territories.

Everyone is a lion in his own kingdom, but one must not become a cat in other's territory. This is a very important quality in all human beings that they must not hesitate while discovering another territory.

For this purpose, one must have the confidence to show his talent in the other area. One must believe in him/her self. Believing is a strong power that can make you do everything. One must never be shy. If you are blessed with a talent, it is just needed to be explored. One must have a courageous heart and shine everywhere.

One must be capable to do everything and have the guts to bright in others territory too. His ownership must be shown into next territory. These qualities will make a man perfect.

At last, we would like to conclude that people should try more and more to interact instead of being aloof. One must have good behaviour and must be filled with good qualities that will help a human being to achieve more in life.

By Archana Koratkar, Kritika Rajpurohit, Yukti Kansara
The Fabindia School

Our belief taking Learning Forward

The Professional Learning Program (PLP) aligns with the mission of Learning Forward, the world's largest body of individual educators, with a vision of excellent teaching and learning every day. The Learning Forward India Academy is working to build the capacity of leaders to establish and sustain highly effective professional learning. Professional learning means a comprehensive, sustained and intensive approach to improving teachers’ and principals’ effectiveness in raising student achievement.

Our belief is:
The purpose of professional learning is to ensure a comprehensive, sustained, and intensive approach to improving teachers’ and principals’ effectiveness in raising student achievement.

  • Professional learning strives to go beyond standardised testing to promote authentic learning experiences and the application of knowledge and skills. 
  • Professional learning is aligned with rigorous student academic achievement standards, as well as related affiliation standards of state and central boards and guidelines for school improvement goals. 
  • Professional learning regularly assesses the effectiveness of achieving identified learning goals, improving teaching, assisting all students in meeting challenging academic achievement standards and is used to inform ongoing improvements in teaching and student learning. 
  • The success of the students is affected by sustained professional learning conducted among educators at the school and facilitated by well-prepared school principals and/or school-based professional learning trainers, coaches, mentors, master teachers, or other teacher leaders. 
  • Professional learning is a continuous cycle of improvement, which evaluates the student, teacher, and school learning needs through a thorough review of data on teacher and student performance. 
  • Effective professional learning honours differences in student and adult learners by using various approaches to learning and assessment.  
  • Educators have the right to expect excellence in their professional learning and have the power to achieve it. All educators share the responsibility for their own individual growth as well as that of their organisations.
  • Professional learning is most effective when supported by an organisational culture that fosters learning for all. Professional learning must be embedded in the organisational structure for systemic change and may be supported by external assistance. 
  • Collaboration and fostering collective responsibility for improved student performance within the school community is essential for school improvement and student success.
  • All professional learning should be of high quality and aligned with the best standards for professional learning. 
The term professional learning means a comprehensive, sustained and intensive approach to improving teachers’ and principals’ effectiveness in raising student achievement. School improvement will happen only when the School Board and the Management support the principal in creating an environment that nurtures excellence, trust, risk-taking and creativity.

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Building brands from scratch

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Bodhisatwa Dasgupta or Bodhi as he’s popularly known has had his fair share of the advertising cake. He’s worked at Ogilvy, Widen+Kennedy, JWT, Grey and a bunch of others. And after having a slice of humble pie, he has quit pursuing the only one thing he’s perhaps half-decent at – building brands from scratch. Bodhi is obsessed with the power of honest communication and tries to humanize the brands he works with.
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Bodhi’s other love is his daughter, who he has successfully taught how to make a half-decent omelette and chicken curry. When he’s not working with exciting start-up brands, he’s writing books he’ll never finish and napping. Bodhi is currently consulting with MAD about Ed.  #HappyTeachers #BrewingKnowledge #SGEF19

Matthew Raggett: How Your Child Can Win in Life

We all want our children to succeed in life – do well at school, get the right jobs and be happy. But are we doing enough to get them there? In this short, inspiring and eye-opening book, Matthew Raggett, the headmaster of The Doon School, summarizes his key learnings over the years.

Headmaster Matthew Raggett shares his five pointers on choosing the right school for your child. Know more about crafting a successful future for your precious one through his newly launched book "How your child can win in life". Get an autographed copy from The English Book Depot. Just email Manish Chhetri mc@ebd.in or call +91 1352655192 for assistance.

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Creating 21st-century Future Ready Schools

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With over 18 years of experience, currently working as the Managing Director of Ebix Smartclass Educational Services, Divya is a seasoned education industry leader with experience in creating innovative school solutions, building and managing the relationship with schools, academic support, training, and operations. She leads a team of more than 1000 people, managing over 5000 schools and impacting over 2.5 million students. Divya is passionate about creating 21st-century Future Ready Schools and bridging the digital divide. She believes the purpose of educational technology is not only to utilize existing tools to augment learning but to apply scientific knowledge and advances in learning theory to the application of assistive devices in the classroom. She feels fortunate to be working in the field of education as it has given her a chance to contribute towards building the future of the country.

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Helping Schools Deliver Better

My Good School - Personal and social development of every individual.

Our Focus
Transforming professional learning, increasing educator capacity, and improving student achievement. We focus on school transformation with an emphasis on culture as a service. We'll design a plan that meets your unique needs and improves teaching and learning in your system.
  • My Good School - We help our partner schools to work for the personal and social development of an individual by offering an environment where experiential learning is made possible through activities beyond just study. The program helps measure the improvement in student learning at school. #MyGoodSchool
  • Happy Teachers - The Learning Forward India Professional Learning Program focuses on building professional learning communities. The program leverages the best in adult learning, research on organisational change, and practical experience to create capacity for sustained improvements in educators. #HappyTeachers
  • Schools Can Change -  Upgrading or setting up a school, we closely work with the client organisation, to further the vision and mission of the promoters. We assist the school in finding and mentoring the right people to help build a good leadership team. #SchoolsCanChange
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      Impacting the Lives of Children, One Step at a Time

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      Annie sits on the board of Nehru World School, Ghaziabad as Director of Recruitment and Development. She is the founder of Flying Patang School Development Service. A  life long learner, she is passionate about impacting the lives of children in and out of education.
      This has included coaching WHO Senior Managers to deliver in-house training; recruitment, developing leadership programmes and leading a study tour to London focusing on standards and development planning for Shiv Nadar Schools; Writing leadership materials for the British Council; Consulting for Heritage Xperiential School, Gurgaon and being part of the recent FICCI Arise delegation to London.
      Annie was part of the founding leadership team of STIR Education which operates in Government schools across India and Uganda reaching 200,000 teachers and 6 million children. Annie is an accredited Master Trainer for the British Council as well as being a registered British Schools Overseas inspector and has been an Associate inspector for KHDA, the Dubai inspection service. She is an alumnus of SOAS, the University of London where she specialised in Indian Politics and History and St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford and holds her National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) from the National College for Teaching and Leadership in the UK.
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