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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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As a School Improvement Coach my focus is on helping schools build a culture of trust and learning. With over 30 years of experience, empowered thousands of teachers and touched the lives of nearly a million children. You will love the stories of happy teachers and children from all over the world.
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Sandeep Dutt is a School Improvement Coach, Author, Mountaineer, Bookseller, and Social Entrepreneur. For over 35 years, he has empowered thousands of teachers and touched the lives of over a million children.

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Learning Forward You will love the stories shared by our happy teachers and passionate educators. We grow the capacity of your people to improve student achievement and transform your school into a culture of trust and collaboration in less time with fewer resources. Each person in your school contributes to the culture of your school. School culture is built on the actions and interactions of the people. You make your school stronger by adding value to others and making others feel valued.
Schools of Thought Whether you are a teacher or administrator, our jobs are complex, difficult, and take lots of time to master. That is why Hunter Flesch, a teacher and aspiring education leader, created The Ed Essentials Podcast. This show is designed to speed up your improvement process so you can have a greater impact on the community you serve. Hunter not only shares his own experiences as a teacher, but he brings expert guests from around the education world to share their stories and expertise with you. For more information and resources, visit https://linktr.ee/edessentials Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edessentials/support
Learning from Home with Sir Ken Robinson Millions of parents and carers have suddenly found themselves responsible for overseeing their children’s education from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re one of them, you may be finding this a daunting challenge to be facing on top of all of the other stresses of our current global situation. This is a podcast special to help bring you and your family resources and insight from around the world, and to give you the opportunity to share what is happening with your own family so that others can benefit from your experiences.

No matter how isolated you may be feeling, the support you need is out there and my hope is that this podcast will connect you to it.
The Michelle Obama Podcast The Michelle Obama Podcast features the former First Lady diving deep into conversations with loved ones—family, friends, and colleagues—on the relationships in our lives that make us who we are.
‎The Joy of Learning With me it is always about connection. Hearing the voices of others. Creating a space where dialogue exists to uplift and build. Even during the unthinkable. This is the epitome of The Joy of Learning!
Every guest has a story with depth to inspire, encourage, teach and challenge. Listen with a heart prepared to learn and be infused with JOY!
‎Daily Inspirational Quote Volley.FM presents Daily Inspirational Quote

Trina brings you a short and sweet, new inspiring quote every day! With some ideas on how to carry this inspiration through your day, Daily Inspirational Quote is a great way to start your morning.

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Classic Learning Test Learn about alternatives to testing students. New Heights Show on Education
My Good School Dil Se Stories from the heart explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. My Good School
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Bharti Rao narrates the chapters to help you follow a read aloud.

1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.
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Unprecedented Thinking: Education Methods and Approaches It is certain that no single method of learning (or teaching) fits every habit of thinking. Whether you're a teacher looking for tips, a parent with a struggling kid, or a student questioning your own education, listen to our methods and approaches to help you broaden the landscape.

"Modern education," a term meant to represent the relevance of today's school system, is far from accurate at all. The turn of the 20th century, and the two decades which have deposited us here, have proven what we all suspected: the world changes faster than we can describe it. Our attention and interests are being stretched thin over a widening set of influences. And how to combat this? these techniques all agree that it's by giving the unconditioned mind autonomy over what and how they learn, creating stronger learners, not only smarter citizens.
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LinkedIn Optimization Resources and Techniques Listen to these audio snippets from some of the biggest names in business podcasting, and stay up-to-date on the latest LinkedIn optimization resources and techniques.

Social media today plays an incalculable role in the world of business, and to have a professional dream in the works, means dedicated more time now than ever to populating these sites with your company's personality, engagement, and value. LinkedIn, with over 700 million registered users, is THE place to remain completely business-oriented with every like, comment, share, and post. And these pieces of advice, from people with successful careers and wide-ranging professional experience (with and without LinkedIn), are sure to help you shape the best plan of attack for your individual LinkedIn needs.
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Audio History of Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller Listen to an Audio History of Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller, and get a sense for the profound and enduring relationship this student-teacher pair shared.

From similar upbringings (made more so by the obstacles they faced), to the rigorous will of these two education pioneers, the student-teacher dynamic has never seemed as inspiring as it does between these two. Take a deep dive into these snippets, which aim to sketch both their histories, while emphasizing the ways in which we can all model our actions (as educators and as humans) after the positive, progressive, and productive goals of a committed teacher, and a student hungry to understand the world around her.
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Key Competencies of Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Listen to audio outlining modern SEL methodology, which aims to develop children's emotional maturity and empathetic awareness.

The far from normal circumstances of the 2020-2021 year of education has led to a surge of dissonance among teachers, parents, and students, who all similarly braced for impact with an uncertainty as to how well remote learning would pick up the pieces. And although the SEL methodology has developed for decades as a supplemental teaching necessity, quarantine has created the context in which these lessons are not only appropriate, but constructive, and helpful, for students whose social-emotional experiences have been denied or interrupted. Here, we break down the major competencies of SEL, and give some great tips for lessons and resources.
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#HappyTeachers The future of school education is totally dependent on happy teachers, teachers are the most important stakeholders - Students, Parents, Management & Teachers; they alone can help transform schools. Sandeep Dutt
I am passionate about Education... In a series of 100 Episodes, Sandeep Dutt travels across the world to decode the passion for education. He meets teachers, coaches, entrepreneurs and leaders; they share how, in their way, they go about with the singular focus to help schools deliver better, build trust and relationships to spread the joy of learning. Sandeep Dutt
Audio of Leading Education Activists Listen to audio snippets from interviews with education activists, where they discuss their current work, opinions, platforms, and long term goals.

The country-wide conversation on the current state of the education system has led to what appears a bottomless pit of intersecting intentions. Everyone wants to improve the state of education, but almost none agree on how to make it happen. Some pursue effective legislation, others, through study, theorize, and report to build a coalition around the issue. Here, we've collected snippets from teaching-related podcasts interviewing important figures in the world of education reform. So hit play, and listen to the sounds of activism.
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Love @ My Good School My Good School Season 2, Episode 6

Recall the bond that connected you, remember the soul that touched you and let nostalgia engulf you as you recollect your tales from the land of the heart. Love, it’s love in the air as Anvesha and Simar are back with a podcast crafted with care, especially for you.

We welcome you to My Good School Show Episode 6, where passion meets education, and yes, it’s love this time.

Tune into this beautiful conversation where Reveda, Amaira, and Saloni ma’am unfurl their stories filled with love. Join us in this celebration of love at My Good School and make it even more fun!

Anvesha and Simar - Hosts from Gyanshree School
Amaira Bhati, Saloni ma’am - Gyanshree School
Reveda - The Aryan School

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We hope to be back with a new podcast next month, and this time it will be all about Patience.

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Humility @ My Good School We welcome you to My Good School Show Episode 5, where passion meets education. Today
Anvesha, Simar, Rishona, Aanya and Arindita share their thoughts on Humility. Tune in to this beautiful conversation to discover the depths of Humility which create such heights of character. Being humble means that we can detach ourselves from all other emotions such as jealousy, anger or hatred because it is humbleness that we find the most incredible power to neither consider ourselves mighty nor regard others as petty. Humility is the rainbow, connecting the diverse colours to blend them into one beautiful scenery.
Listen to these young minds as they share their experiences of Humility with some real-life anecdotes and stories that might crack you up. Humility has a specific power that we all can achieve by simply lending our hand out to a stranger, by merely helping anyone with no reason, and by simply being the cause for someone else’s smile. Comment below and let us know if you liked our podcast. If you want to be a part of similar podcasts, join us. Tune in to listen to the melody of Humility!
Anvesha, Simar, Rishona, Arindita - From Gyanshree School, Noida
Aanya - From Podar International School, Mumbai

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Why Humility Matters? - Store of the Titanic Nibbrati Rathore, a passionate educator and a #HappyTeachers, is blessed with a beautiful voice and a love for children. She is a mentor, volunteer and teacher at My Good School. This episode is about humility, the value that should be numero uno, successful, and humble.

"The low sweet root from which all heavenly virtues shoot, that's HUMILITY.
Humility is the quality of being humble. It is a quality of being humbly respectful of others. It is that self-respect that keeps us away from thinking too highly or too meanly of ourselves.
Humility makes us modest and constantly reminds us how far we have come in life and what more we can do. Humility is an important virtue or trait that every person should have.
Everyone deserves respect and a word of kindness, which has nothing to do with profession, age or gender".
- Humility and Appreciation - Tarang JMMS, Post on www.BrewingKnowledge.com

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I love My Good School Why should you join My Good School?

Anusha Jain, Class 10, Ahlcon Public School, is here to answer the question and share her joy of learning with you.

My Good School works for the personal and social development of every individual.

Find out how we work and what is in store for you?
My Good School emphasises Service, Skill, Sport and Study.

Focus on the 6 C's: 1 Critical thinking; 2 Creativity; 3 Collaboration; 4 Communication; 5 Character; and 6 Citizenship.

The "My Good School" designation shows the school's value on professional learning and student achievement.

Discover more www.GoodSchools.IN

About Us:
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Hope @ My Good School My Good School Season 2, Episode 4

“I am Anvesha, and I am Simar, and we will be hosts for the event!”
Another month means another podcast produced by none other than our interns. Anvesha and Simar are back with a podcast on a heartwarming topic - Hope!
“Hope” is the thing with feathers -
That perches in the soul -
And sings the tune without the words -
And never stops - at all -
~Emily Dickinson
What is life without Hope? What does Hope mean to you? Does Hope change our perspective on life? When do you feel the most hopeful? Does someone or something help you to be hopeful? Make sure to ponder these questions and share your thoughts in the comment section.
Tune in to listen to special guests - Gaurangi Rastogi, Yashraj Singh and Ms Arushi Goswami - as they share their thoughts and feelings on this important topic.
Comment below and let us know if you liked the podcast. If you want to be part of similar podcasts, join us! We hope to meet you again when we are back with a podcast on ‘Humility’ next month.
My Good School celebrates Hope and has come up with a podcast made and produced by our interns!
Anvesha Rana and Simar Kaur - Hosts from Gyanshree School
Gaurangi Rastogi, Yashraj Singh, Ms Arushi Goswami - Guests

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Honesty @ My Good School My Good School Season 2, Episode 3

“I am Anvesha, and I am Simar, and we will be hosts for the event!”
Yes, you guessed it! Anvesha and Simar are back as hosts in the My Good School podcast. And this time, they will be discussing an extraordinary topic - Honesty. 
“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom”. Honesty, by definition, is always speaking the truth, but what does it mean to you? Is it good, or occasionally can it be wrong? Have you been in a situation where being honest was the only way out? 
My Good School celebrates Honesty and has developed a podcast made and produced by our interns! Please tune in to listen to Anvesha and Simar discuss their thoughts on honesty with special guests Angad Singh Bedi and Arav Agarwal.

Comment below and let us know if you liked the podcast. If you want to be part of similar podcasts, join us. We hope to meet you again when we return with a podcast on Hope next month.
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Lesson 12: The Texas Teacher Vacancy Task Force On March 7th, 2022, Gov. Greg Abbott called for the Texas Education Agency to form a task force with several goals focusing on why districts are having so much trouble finding qualified teachers in Texas.In this lesson, we discuss all the information put out by the TEA in regard to the task force. We drop all the information and then we talk about our feelings on the task force give our guidance on where the task force should looking if they want to solve the problems that are influencing education in Texas. Enjoy the show!Thank you for tuning in to Lesson 12 of The Education Reflection Podcast and we hope our experiences, reflections, and thoughts were able to help you. Please subscribe to the podcast and  leave us a review of the podcast on whichever platform you are listening to. Those reviews really influence the podcast algorithms. Also, don’t forget about our website at realisticpedagogy.org. There you can find several helpful blog articles and past podcast episodes. If you care to send us a message, you can use our Contact page there as well or sign up for our newsletter, The Lunch Break. Remember, great teachers build a great future! Class dismissed and we will see you next time!Resources:Texas Education AgencyTexas AFT
Teachers Travel With You All Your Life - Anvesha Rana Anvesha Rana from Gyanshree School reads the Teachers Travel With You All Your Life.

Learning is a lifelong process; we must have the best teacher accompany us on life's journey. We may grow up and follow a 'guru' or a mentor; whoever we follow, the teacher's leadership is supreme; the teacher travels with us for life. The empathy and care our teachers bestow on us are etched in our memory for life. You will always carry your teacher in you no matter where you go. The empathy and care our teachers bestow on us will be etched in our memory for life. You will always carry your teacher with you no matter where you go.

What Makes Teachers Great?

Some characteristics can predict whether a teacher will be a great teacher even before entering the classroom. Studies show the teacher is one of the most crucial factors in your child's school success. A poor teacher can set your child back forever; a great teacher inspires them forever.

My Good School - Where Passion Meets Education
A BOOK FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE ASSOCIATED WITH SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLING.
This book is for parents to select the school for their child, as the choice can have a lifelong impact on the growth and personality of the child.
A guide for you to look beyond that high-rise building and those perfectly manicured lawns—to go deeper in your search for your good school. It will encourage you to observe, question, evaluate, and choose a school that will truly prepare your child for a life beyond the campus, beyond theory, and beyond algebra.
This book will help educators, school administrators, and management build and rebuild such institutions and change the future of learning.
Enriched with the knowledge, experience and, most importantly, the wisdom of The Doon School alumnus and school improvement coach Sandeep Dutt, this book will encourage conversations around our education system and help shape the future of education in the world.

Listen to this heartwarming episode, and recollect your days with your favourite teacher!

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Rupa Publications India Pvt Ltd is the book's publisher, and the copyright rests with Sandeep Dutt.

You can order an author-signed copy of the book from www.englishbookdepot.com


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Oh WOW, that's nice! We talk about Happiness and how this one value makes a difference in our lives.
Happiness @ My Good School My Good School Season 2, Episode 2

Happiness is perhaps the most multi-faceted feeling. The most fundamental aspiration in the hearts of all human beings is to be happy. We all want to be happy, but we are not! But what is happiness? Happiness is an emotion, a feeling of contentment. The most trivial things can brighten our day, bring us joy and make us happy! May it be good weather, a good grade in an assessment, being able to befriend a stranger, calling a friend or a relative, looking at the stars, playing a sport with someone, listening to music, and the list goes on.
Happiness is not something that we can achieve with myriad materialistic items. True happiness comes from within. If we are not happy where we are, we won't be happy anywhere. Happiness is the first step of the ladder as we climb up to peace, sanguinity, sagacity, and finally, equanimity. In the words of Albus Dumbledore, "Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, only if one remembers to turn on the light!" So join us in unfolding the mystery behind the happiness of human life with Aarav and Rishona. Few of our friends will also join and share their experiences.
Tune in to the podcast to listen to Saima, Arindita, Anishka, Sakshi, Kritika and Sunita ma'am talk about the true form of happiness. Let us revisit the cheerful and lively moments filled with joy and laughter!
Comment below and let us know if you liked our podcast. If you want to be a part of similar podcasts, join us. We hope to meet you soon again when we are back with a podcast on () next month.
Our team:
Hosts- Rishona and Arav
Editors and creators- Moksh, Simar, Anvesha, Anusha

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Lesson 11: Our Thoughts on Teacher Burnout Hey educators!In Lesson 11, we explain a little of the national narrative in regards to teacher burnout. There are several sources talking about this topic. Therefore, we wanted to give the 'consensus' about what our research has called teacher burnout.Of course, it wouldn't be The Education Reflection Podcast, if we didn't share our own experiences dealing with teacher burnout. We both give some examples where we have been tired and exhausted and how we were able to stop, breathe, and push through to even higher places in our careers.Thank you for tuning in to Lesson 11 of The Education Reflection Podcast and we hope our experiences, reflections, and thoughts were able to help you. Please leave us a review of the podcast on whichever platform you are listening to. Those reviews really influence the podcast algorithms. Also, don’t forget about our website at realisticpedagogy.org. There you can find several helpful blog articles and past podcast episodes. If you care to send us a message, you can use our Contact page there as well or sign up for our newsletter, The Lunch Break. Remember, great teachers build a great future! Class dismissed and we will see you next time!Resources:National Education Association
About 3 Principles - Christa Campsall In 1973, Sydney Banks, an ordinary working man with minimal education, experienced a profound spiritual enlightenment, uncovering Three Universal Principles—Mind, Consciousness, and Thought. Christa Campsall has a legacy of bringing Three Principles to Pre-K-12 education. This has been the foundation of her work as classroom teacher, learning integration support teacher in special education, teacher-leader, and facilitator. With a dedicated team of educators, Christa has developed curriculum to educate children and youth about their "guide inside." Christa earned a BEd and a DiplSpEd from University of British Columbia and a MA from Royal Roads University. Check myguideinside.com for more information including: video on demand for each chapter, multiple translations, professional development learning, educator training and more!

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My Guide Inside - Christa Campsall Reflections

My Guide Inside innovation is built upon timeless principles; simple blend of new and known!
The principles modelled, taught, discussed & practised in —My Guide Inside— operate in all people! The focus is on discovering well-being and understanding how we operate while also developing academic skills and competencies. All this … plus a variety of creative activities.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEARNING (PDL)
INTRODUCTION TO THE THREE PRINCIPLES IN SCHOOLS
Barb Aust and Christa Campsall give an introduction to the principles in schools. Gaining an understanding of these foundational principles is known to create consistently dramatic results with those involved.
The pilot for India was conducted over five Zoom sessions in February and March 2022, these sessions were conducted in the morning for Bob and Christa and rather late evening for the passionate educators in India!

Brinda Ghosh: Principal Gyanshree School
Monisha Datta: Co Founder The Doon Girls School
Sukhpreet Kaur: Teacher at the Gyanshree School.
Rachna Bharrdwaj: Teacher at The Doon Girl's School.
Nibbrati Rathore: Teacher at the Gyanshree School.
Neelam Waldia: Teacher at The Doon Girl's School.
Bharti Rao: Vice Principal at The Fabindia School
Piyush Rai: Teacher at the Billabong HIgh International School Thane

The My Guide Inside: Training for Educators will be available for free to any educator, anywhere in the world.
Please know you are welcome to join any of the scheduled “live sharing” zoom meetings. In the future, we envision some of you may choose to host a MGI live sharing for your education community. We are sure we’ll all have insights as to how to Share It Forward!
"I am so grateful to “Feel the Vibe” for producing this high-quality introductory Training for Educators. It’s a dream come true as we look to Share it Forward. And…I am so grateful to each of you for participating in this pilot with us. Bob and I look forward to sharing with you!" - Christa Campsall
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Lesson 10: Perceptions About the STAAR Test In Lesson 10, Mr. and Mrs. Sarver talk about the world of public education and how it deals with the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR).First, we would like to apologize for not being as consistent as we should be on the blog and the podcast. Both of us have been passing illnesses back and forth between ourselves and our children. Of course, we also have the extra added pressures of the Spring Semester!During all of this, we also have been going through a little bit of a rebranding. We are expanding our offerings to teachers, administrators, and school districts by offering mentoring, consultation services. Check out the new look and services at Realistic Efficient Pedagogy.Parents and the STAAR Test Many feel that the test is too high stakes or that it does not adequately test what the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) say should be taught in school. We have also personally seen students have anxiety attacks when it comes to taking the STAAR. COVID provided a break in the stringent consequences related to the STAAR test. However, now that we are 'past' the pandemic those consequences can range from losing electives the following year due to House Bill 4545 to students not being able to graduate.Parents also fear what not passing the test means for their children. They sometimes feel that failing the STAAR means their child is not developmentally up to standards or in need of special education help, which is not always the case.Administrators and the STAAR TestFrom a school standpoint, the STAAR is a needed assessment that gives needed data for administrators and teachers to refocus education. It is used as a major part of the school accountability system that influences how the state grades the school.Overall though, if the administrators build realistic and efficient systems, the STAAR scores should be within desired guidelines. It is important, but we have far more important things to worry about.Students, teachers, and the classroom dealing with the STAAR TestWe think that teachers and students should feel the same way as administrators. We must have some time of cumulative assessment to see how they do. However, the students aren't taking STAAR as seriously as they should.We have policies and procedures in the classroom, such as dropping the lowest grade or something of that nature. But, we have to see if they are ready for the next grade. If they are multiple years behind, they start to feel defeated and that leads to them falling even further behind.Not only that, teachers are held completely accountable on the STAAR scores. Do poorly, and you might not have a job next year. Fair or not, that is the state of education right now. Especially when issues with the subjectivity of the test means people get different messages.ConclusionThe educational system uses the STAAR test as an "I Gotcha!" instead of focusing on what is important. However, the narrative that educators spread about the test needs to change as well. There are a few things that we can do, or at least change the way we think about the STAAR test. It will take dedicated processes and pattern changes for our students to be successful during these stressful times!More information and tips about things that are affecting education today can be found by listening to our Podcast or take some time to read our blog. If you have any thoughts or feedback, please leave us a comment or contact us via our Contact Us page. Resources:Lead4Ward
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 18 - Forgiveness My Good School presents Joy Of Reading. The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate.

The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing. On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading.  #ReadToLead Post the session; the readers may want to reflect and share real-life experiences.

Our blog www.JoyOfLearningDiaries.com helps them express themselves in writing, audio, video, graphic, poetry, or how they experience the joy of learning.

Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract by Dr Noella Pereira Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values before introducing them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and, most importantly, the change we would like to see in others. Through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, he masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life—a must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Forgiveness Chapter 18, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Learning Forward India Foundation The Foundation is an affiliate of Learning Forward and works for school transformation with an emphasis on culture as a service. We focus on governance, training and learning; work on stakeholder engagement and help with the personal and social development of every individual. We'll design a plan that meets your unique needs and improves teaching and learning in your system. The message from the founder Sandeep Dutt for the members of the Association in India, on the eve of the general meeting on 3rd June 2021. Find out more visit www.SchoolEducation.com. #HappyTeachers

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 17 - Honesty My Good School presents Joy Of Reading. The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate.

The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing. On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading.  #ReadToLead Post the session; the readers may want to reflect and share real-life experiences.

Our blog www.JoyOfLearningDiaries.com helps them express themselves in writing, audio, video, graphic, poetry, or how they experience the joy of learning.

Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract by Dr Noella Pereira Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values before introducing them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and, most importantly, the change we would like to see in others. Through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, he masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life—a must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Honesty Chapter 17, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Friendship @ My Good School My Good School Season 2, Episode 1

Somewhere in life, there must be someone to take your hand and share the torrid day. Without a touch of Friendship, there is no life, and we must fade away. In the words of Oprah Winfrey, "Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down".

There are friends, there is family, and then there are friends who become family. Friendship is a tonic for all of us that only grows stronger over time; it is the cure for every challenge, the outlook for every good day, and the wish for every person. Probably no relationship is as essential yet versatile as Friendship. The intimacy and affinity we have with our friends are irreplaceable, and it comes in many forms; whether we are next to each other or miles apart, we always remember them, and they are our Friends.
To have true friends is a blessing, so join us as Anvesha and Simar share their companionship and the meaning of Friendship. They spill it all, of course, along with some special guests. Discover a companion from the past; revisit those old lanes we had walked upon with mates; laugh out loud as nostalgia envelopes each one of us; follow the tale when a young girl makes an uncanny friend; indulge in the adventures which make our life both troublesome and happening; do recall the bold and notorious friends Jai & Viru and witness the bond between old pals.

Some stories will make you smile, some will bring tears to your eyes, some may even make your heart skip a beat, but all of them will renew your faith in the power of Friendship.
Comment below and let us know if you liked our podcast. If you want to be a part of similar podcasts, join us. We hope to meet you again when we have a podcast on happiness next month.
My Good School celebrates Friendship and has developed a podcast made and produced by our Interns!
Anvesha Rana & Simar Kaur - Hosts from Gyanshree School
Rishona & Anoushka - Guests from Gyanshree School
Saisha - Guest from Doon Girls School
Anusha Jain- Guest from Ahlcon Public School
Piyush sir & Sushmita ma'am - Guest teachers
Rishona Chopra - Editor from Gyanshree School
Arav Agrawal- Editor from Billabong High International School

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 16 - Goals My Good School presents Joy Of Reading. The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate.

The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing. On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading.  #ReadToLead Post the session; the readers may want to reflect and share real-life experiences.

Our blog www.JoyOfLearningDiaries.com helps them express themselves in writing, audio, video, graphic, poetry, or how they experience the joy of learning.

Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract by Dr Noella Pereira Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values before introducing them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and, most importantly, the change we would like to see in others. Through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, he masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life—a must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Goals Chapter 16, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 15 - Gratitude My Good School presents Joy Of Reading.
The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate. The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing.
On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading.  #ReadToLead
Post the session; the readers may want to reflect and share real-life experiences. Our blog www.JoyOfLearningDiaries.com helps them express themselves in writing, audio, video, graphic, poetry, or how they experience the joy of learning.

Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract by Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values before introducing them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and, most importantly, the change we would like to see in others. Through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, he masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life—a must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.
18 Chapters
1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Gratitude
Chapter 15, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 14 - Be The Change My Good School presents Joy Of Reading.
The community reading program helps inspire you by reading and reflecting, sharing examples of where children and adults in real life are using values and is very useful to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate. The Joy Of Reading Program is only one part of our Life Skills Program - Reading, Speaking and Writing.
On Sunday mornings at 11.00 AM, you can join us for live reading sessions. Best you attend with a copy of the book and experience the Joy of Reading. #ReadToLead
Post the session; the readers may want to reflect and share real-life experiences. Our blog www.JoyOfLearningDiaries.com helps them express themselves in writing, audio, video, graphic, poetry, or how they experience the joy of learning.

Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract by Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values before introducing them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and, most importantly, the change we would like to see in others. Through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, he masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life—a must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.
18 Chapters
1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Be The Change
Chapter 13, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 13 - Giving Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Giving
Chapter 13, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Is Your Child Ready to Face The World? Part 12 - Determination Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Determination
Chapter 12, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Lesson 9: The Introduction of STAAR IntroductionThank you for listening and we are glad to be back after out bouts with COVID. We are feeling much better and ready to get back on track bringing you guys some content. Today, Mr. and Mrs. Sarver are going to be introducing the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR).Introduction/Good Things:Every episode, we like to bring a little bit of positivity into the world so we start every lesson with some good things. While we are both getting over COVID, we tried not to waste too much time. We got plenty of work done while out on quarantine.Whole Group Instruction: What is STAAR?State’s Standardized TestWho creates the TestWho administers the TestGroup Work: 1. Grade Levels and Subjects Tested2. Passing RatesIndividual Work:1. What does the STAAR Mean2. What happens if you fail3. Retesting OptionsExit Ticket:“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, magic, and power in it.” - Johann Wolfgang von GoetheThank you for tuning in to Lesson 9 of the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast and we hope you enjoyed hearing our reflections and resolutions. Please leave us a review of the podcast on whichever platform you are listening to. We have several blog articles and past podcasts on our website at realisticpedagogy.org. On that website, you can go to our Contact Us page to send us a message and/or any feedback.Next episode, Lesson 10, Mrs. Sarver and I are going to continue our STAAR coverage and let you guys know how we feel about STAAR. Thank you to all of our listeners and we can’t wait to talk with you all again! More information and tips about things that are affecting education today can be found at our Podcast or other articles on our blog. Please leave us a comment below or contact us using our Contact page.Class Dismissed!
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 11 - Never Give Up Hope Dr Anupam Sibal Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Never Give Up Hope
Chapter 11, narrated by Sunita Mehta, Headmistress Gyanshree School Noida, India

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 10 - Making Others Happy Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.

Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Making Others Happy
Chapter 10, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 9 - Compassion Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of essential values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Compassion
Chapter 9, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Lesson 8: The New Year is Here! Mr. and Mrs. Sarver reflect on several things that took place over the 2021 year and share their thoughts and feelings on upcoming things for 2022.Warm-UpThe hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Sarver,  talk about the great time they have had with family during the Christmas break. They share how grateful they are that they were able to share this time and even got to have a quick, two day trip so they can recharge and get ready for the Spring semester.Reflections of 2021Mrs. Sarver: Brings up anxiety and having to deal with it more this year then in previous years and how she has had to learn "going with the flow" and how important that has been for her.In line with anxiety, this year has led to her and several educators feeling overwhelmed and unappreciated. To the hosts, this is one of the largest causes of the teachers leaving.She brings up the importance of having a team around you. Having friends and coworkers that you can count on to be there for each other has built a support system.Mr. Sarver: COVID-19 has changed the landscape of education, whether for good or for worse. While there is no denying this, educators have to find ways to be more efficient so that the education of the students does not continue to suffer.He shares that he learned several valuable lessons in 2021 and his belief in education has suffered because of it. The idea of working harder and pushing through is not going to survive in education going forward.Along with his wife, he expresses how important team is to the overall culture of a school and having the wrong team destroys schools more than helps them succeed.Resolutions of 2022Mr. Sarver:He wants to add the human element into policies and processes that schools create. His goal is to make these processes more efficient so teachers can focus on educating students and have their personal time back.He wants to focus on building the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy brand into something that will be a true resource for educators to use. He wants to look into several different professional developments that will help him in his current position and is thinking about going and getting his educational leadership doctoral degree.Mrs. Sarver:The switch from writing to reading has been a struggle that she hopes to learn more about and build more effective lessons for her students in the subject.She also wishes to build the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy brand with more focus on getting feedback from readers and listeners and providing specific lessons to help real issues that educators are facing today.She wants to look into getting her master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction and build her professional career to learn more ways to serve students who are struggling to keep up.Exit Ticket:Inspirational Quote by Edith Lovejoy Pierce                "We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are putting words on them ourselves.                      This book is called opportunity and the first chapter is New Year's Day."The next lesson will have the hosts talking about the upcoming testing season and the STAAR test. Thank you all for listening and we will talk to you next lesson!More information and tips about things that are affecting education today can be found at our Podcast or other articles on our blog. Please leave us a comment below or contact us using our Contact page.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 8 - Find Your Calling Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.

Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Find Your Calling
Chapter 8, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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My Good School Dil Se - Ahlcon Public School My Good School Season 1, Episode 4 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. The My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment, brings alive the joy of learning.  
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host, speaks with the stakeholders of Ahlcon Public School in Delhi. Joining him for the show is chairman Vikaas Ahluwalia, principal Dr Deepak Raj Singh Bisht, parent Arti Gupta, teacher Mili Dutta, student Deepanshu and ex-student Tanya Grover. 
Vikaas Ahluwalia states, "Education of a child is incomplete if it has not made him humane, his character strong, talents honed and soft skills strengthened." He actively participates in school management contributes immensely in continuing the legacy of imparting quality education for more than three decades.  
Dr Deepak Raj Singh Bisht has dedicated more than 25 years as a progressive educator, including 12 years in active leadership roles. The opportunity to travel within and beyond Indian borders and work with students and staff from more than 45 countries has helped him grow and shape his career. 
Arti Gupta is currently working as a Senior Manager with an IT Services company in Noida. She works at Infosys and has worked with technology giants across different geographies. A passionate delivery manager, a certified Career Coach,  has a son aged 14 and a daughter aged 9; Loves travelling, dancing and spending time with my kids. 
Mili Dutta has been associated with Ahlcon Public School as a teacher since 2009. At present, she is teaching English to the seniors. She has worked in All India Radio, Delhi, and realized her passion for training and teaching Language and communication skills after that. 
Deepanshu, a 12th-grader Ahlconite services as the Head Boy for 2021-22, is an avid orator. His constant presence in debates, elocutions, anchorings and MUNs has given him an open and enquiring mind, rooted in traditions yet in search of contemporary sensibilities. He is training in the Kathak form of the Indian Classical Dances and has represented Ahlcon at various International and National platforms. 
Tanya Grover, currently pursuing a bachelor in Economics degree from Delhi University. Head Girl ( 2019-20 ) of Ahlcon Public School. Social Media Manager of my college society. Active participation in various literary events and clubs, including debates, quizzes, Commix and Mathematics Clubs. 
Ahlcon Public School is a K-12 co-educational, English-medium school affiliated to the CBSE and established in 1988 by the Shanti Devi Progressive Education Society. The cohesive and inclusive learning environment at Ahlcon allows an educational experience where high academic standards are coupled with opportunities for students to excel in leadership, sports and performing arts.  
True to its motto' Light to Enlighten', the school provides a unique blend of scientific temper and technological spirit deeply connected with profound spiritual, moral and cultural foundation for our 21st-century learners to be committed to the augmentation of a better, sustainable, and sustainable progressive world. 
Find out more: http://www.ahlconpublicschool.com/.

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 7 - Be A Dreamer Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.

Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Be A Dreamer
Chapter 7, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Lesson 7: The Students Have Voices I know it is different from our normal lesson plan format, but we wanted to start working on interviewing people. Our plan is to have more interviews coming up in 2022.We interviewed five students - honestly we cheated - we interviewed our two school aged sons, our school aged nephew, and our two school aged nieces.We hope that you enjoy the interviews and take what the students have to say into account when you are planning your lessons or creating your policies.Thank you for tuning into Lesson 6 of the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast. In this lesson, we talked about teacher recognition. Please leave us a review on whichever podcast platform you are listening on and check out our website at Realistic Efficient Pedagogy.More information and tips about things that are affecting education today can be found at our Podcast or other articles on our blog. Please leave us a comment below or contact us using our Contact page.Class dismissed and we will talk to you next lesson!
Is Your Child Ready For The World? Part 6 - Making Mistakes, Accepting Flaws Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.

Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract Dr Noella Pereira Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Making Mistakes, Accepting Flaws
Chapter 6, narrated my Kalyani Chaudhuri, Principal Billabong High International School, Thane

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 5 - Handling Pressure Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Handling Pressure
Chapter 5, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Lesson 6: The Way to Think About Teacher Recognition Warm-upBringing positivity into education is so important, especially with things going on today. Mr. and Mrs. Sarver talk about the good things they have experienced in education.Whole Group InstructionMrs. Sarver starts off the lesson talking about the lack of proficient teacher recognition systems and how unimaginative they have become with the basics of Teacher of the Month and/or Teacher of the Year.Mr. Sarver talks about his experiences with teacher recognition systems where he talks about the Teacher of the Month Programs and the reliance on food for recognizing teachers on the campus, but done incorrectly. He also throws in the jean passes as a teacher recognition tool that is used.Group WorkTo build a more rewarding teacher recognition system, Mr. and Mrs.  Sarver suggests that it is key to rethink how we recognize our staff. It may require some imagination and research, but here are the points that the hosts promoted:Flip the ScriptPersonalized teacher recognitionNominate staff for monetary awardsPublic recognitionStudent power in teacher recognition"I See You" signIndividual WorkAs we all know, it will take several voices to affect change in education. Unfortunately, teacher recognition is no different. Mr. and Mrs. Sarver suggest that you need to have honest conversations to bring issues to light.If you are a teacher, talk to the administrator about better, more imaginative ways to recognize staff. As an administrator, take teacher recognition to the next level by adding it to the CIP and getting teacher input to build a better system.Exit TicketThank you for tuning into Lesson 6 of the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast. In this lesson, we talked about teacher recognition. Please leave us a review on whichever podcast platform you are listening on and check out our website at Realistic Efficient Pedagogy.More information and tips about things that are affecting education today can be found at our Podcast or other articles on our blog. Please leave us a comment below or contact us using our Contact page.Class dismissed and we will talk to you next lesson!
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 4 - Courage Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Courage
Chapter 4, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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My Good School Dil Se - The Doon Girls' School My Good School Season 1, Episode 3 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. The My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning is brought to life.
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host and Director Ahlcon Group of Schools, speaks with the stakeholders of The Doon Girls' School at Dehradun. Joining him for this show is the Principal Ms Sumali Devgan, the co-founder Ms Moinisha Datta, teacher Ms Mohini Chauhan, student Shivangi Bhupendra, ex-student Shubhangi Prasad and parent Ms Seema Jain.

Sumali Devgan has extensive educational leadership experience. Having worked and headed a variety of Indian and International schools, she offers diversity and a high level of professionalism. 
Monisha Datta started her career as a software developer and corporate trainer; she co-founded The Doon Girls School, in 2000 and Dehradun Boys School, in 2007.

Mohini Chauhan, a passionate teacher of The Doon Girls School, is a qualified computer Educator who joined the DGS 17 years ago and has been the significant strength behind all the innovative and experimental development at school.

Shivangi Bhupendra, a student at The Doon Girls School in 2017 in grade V. Another nature enthusiast, a budding photographer, a passionate conservationist with a fire in her belly to find out more about making a difference on this planet. She is articulate about her concerns and quick to take action. A silent and diligent worker does not neglect any task assigned to her. She is the Cultural Secretary at the school.
Shubhangini Prasad, an ex-student, hails from her boarding school upbringing at The Doon Girls' School, Dehradun and Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer. Her graduation in Business & Management and Graduate Diploma in International Relations from the University of London International Programs made her understand the futuristic outlook of the universities abroad. A public speaker and an entrepreneur, Shubhangini aims to give innovation the centre stage of the educational arena. Besides this, she devotes her time to honing her skills in Odissi dance, for which she holds a diploma degree. She strives relentlessly to leave her mark in the education world.

Seema Jain, an outlier as a parent, followed her heart and selected The Doon Girls' School for her daughter. A mother of two when searching for a Gurukul, and took the leap of faith. She found the school the best learning space for her daughter, where values come alive, and every child is unique. As she calls the school a home away from home, listen to this proud mother shares her life story.

The Doon Girls' School is an exclusive girl's residential school from grade I till class XII. Its campus is in Dalanwala in Dehradun, the capital of Uttarkhand in India, home to some of India's finest schools. IThe school believes in enabling the children to think so that they can dream big. Only when we think can we perceive and make things happen. The motto "PENSER, C'EST VOIR" says the same - "To Think is to See ".

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 3 - It is Never Too Late Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

It Is Never Too Late
Chapter 3, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Lesson 5 - The Thanksgiving Episode We wanted to give you a special episode where we talk about the things that we are thankful for on Thanksgiving.Thank you to all of you listening and those that Mrs. Sarver and I work with. We would not have the life that we have without all of you and here is to another great year at Realistic Efficient Pedagogy.
Lesson 4: The Legislature's New Bag - Texas House Bill 4545 What is HB4545 and How do we follow it?Warm-UpMr. and Mrs. Sarver share the good thing that is happening this week. For them, it is Thanksgiving Break! They also want to say thank you to everyone for the support people have given the website and podcast. Keep the feedback coming!Also, don’t forget to leave them a review on whichever platform you are listening on. Be honest, of course!Group InstructionTexas HB 4545 is a new bill that was past during the 87th Texas Legislative Session. It consists of a few key points that focus on improving the quality of remediation for those students that failed the State of Texas of Academic Readiness, aka STAAR.The two main points consist of removing the retention requirement of 5th and 8th graders if they failed to pass the STAAR and the formation of Accelerated Learning Committees. The bill also sets specific requirements for how a local education agency (LEA) can offer the remediation.Basically, for each failed test, a minimum of thirty (30) hours per year must be given to the student. However, the remediation time must not remove the student from regular classes and must be conducted with a 3:1 student to teacher ratio.The student must also receive this accelerated instruction every year until they reach “Approaches Grade Level” on the subject test. This includes high school’s EOC tests. For accountability, the student is required to attend this remediation time as they are subject to the compulsory attendance rule.Group WorkRetention of 5th and 8th graders who fail the STAARToo much mental strain for students that young being retained due to STAARThe retention policy would have profound effects on a student’s social development when peers go to a different school (i.e. 6th grade = Middle School and 9th grade = High School)HB 4545 only affects those enrolled in Texas schools the previous year. Out of state, private school, and homeschoolers that are new enrollees will not be under new law until the following year.Accelerated Learning CommitteeCreates a specialized learning committee, similar to an ARD committee.Must have the principal, parent, and teacher of the failing subject.Plan must consist of a customized learning plan, progress-monitoring plan, assessment tools and data, and specific actions/resources given to the student.Individual WorkResources available:Email for HB 4545: accelerated.instruction@tea.texas.govTEA’s HB4545 FAQ.Exit TicketThank you for listening to Lesson 4. Please leave us a review on whichever platform you are listening on or use the Contact Us page at realisticpedagogy.org. We would love to hear from you.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 2 - Beating The Odds Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Beating All Odds
Chapter 2, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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Lesson 3: The Importance of Self Care https://www.realisticpedagogy.orgOn this lesson, Mr. and Mrs. Sarver talk discuss their own experiences with self care and the importance behind self care.Warm-up:Both hosts describe some good things that have happened in their life since last episode. Mr. Sarver focuses on the work as always and Mrs. Sarver has some time away from the husband and kids.https://www.realisticpedagogy.orgThey also talk about why self care has become a hot topic in Texas education today and their own experiences in trying to provide themselves with self care.Whole Group Instruction:Mr. Sarver defines self care from an amalgam of research trying to nail down what self care really is and talks about a couple of the issues he has had in finding the elusive fun time to relax or decompress.Mrs. Sarver discusses, especially as a woman, wife, and mother, that schools have taken a step in the direction of a teacher's personal family being second to the students and the school. She also talks about the exhaustion involved in teaching and a parent.Group Work:The hosts believe that to make progress on how schools treat their teachers and get districts to realize that self care is must have, they must re-evaluate the work load placed on teachers by building efficient pedagogical systems into initiatives and directives.From the teacher side of things, an educator must be able to recognize their own limits and build the ability to (respectfully) say no. Educators and districts must understand that mental health is a strain at this point and there will be times that a different solution must be created.Individual WorkRealistic Efficient Pedagogy was originally started to provide a safe haven for educators to have real conversations about issues that are affecting education today. The wish of Mr. and Mrs. Sarver is to help provide a community that builds efficient systems into education that provide the gift of time back into the teacher's or administrator's day. Together, we can bring pedagogy back into balance and would love to network and build that community with you. We want your feedback on anything we can do to provide value to your lives or things we can do better to help you.Exit TicketThe quote this week was poking a bit of fun but, oddly, fit with the theme of the lesson. There is no argument that the student's education is the most valuable product a school can produce. However, we have to take care of the teachers first so they can provide the education our students deserve.Thank you for tuning into the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast. Please visit our website at realisticpedagogy.org and leave us a review of the podcast. Again, we would love to hear from you!
Lesson 2: The Hypocritical Oath - Other Duties as Assigned Hello Everyone!Thank you for tuning into the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast, Lesson #2.After listening to the previous episode, we made a few improvements to our recording setup to get rid of some of the background noise and (we hope) provide better sound quality!The podcast is hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Sarver and today we are going to talk about a clause in most educator contracts - Other Duties as Assigned.We also need to iterate that neither Mr. or Mrs. Sarver are legal counsel and the episodes are based on our own opinions and experiences as educators in Texas.Warm-up:Mr. and Mrs. Sarver bring some positivity by sharing some of the great things that educators experience with their students.Whole Group Instruction:Mr. and Mrs. Sarver talk about where the phrase originated. Hosts provide information for teachers to know when dealing with the Other duties as assigned clause using definitions and explanations  from Law Insider at lawinsider.com and the Association of Texas Professional Educators at atpe.org.There are differences in what schools consider other duties as assigned. These can be put into the two categories of traditional teaching duties and local expectations. There are things that the principal, superintendent, and/or school board can deem local expectations. These would also fall under the other duties as assigned clause.Both hosts bring some personal experiences of the clause being used and different wording used by administrators to give a duty under the before mentioned clause.Group Work:Mr. and Mrs. Sarver discuss what the clause has become, such as, the amount of times extra directives are given to teachers and how the clause has become weaponized against teachers to add more to their daily plate.They also talk about how education has become less efficient and how the amount of things adding up on the teacher's duty schedule is hurting educators and student learning.Individual Work:Mrs. Sarver talks about a possible solution for other duties as assigned. She believes that the first step in dealing with this issue is to have conversations around problems and also building systems and procedures that keep the lack of teacher time in mind.Mr. Sarver, as an administrator, believes the clause is necessary to have since things will always come up in school and there are directives that must be followed no matter the situation. However, he describes ways to use the clause only for rare instances and that other uses will cause a lack of teacher morale and feelings of being disrespected.Exit Ticket:Every lesson ends with an inspirational quote. This lesson's quote was chosen by Mr. Sarver and is from Dominique Pire's Nobel speech from 1958:                    "Let us not speak of tolerance. This negative word implies grudging                                      concessions by smug consciences. Rather, let us speak of mutual                                            understanding and mutual respect."The first step to bringing reform to education is that all parties must understand that we are dealing with humans in all aspects of what we do. When we lose the respect of any one group involved in education, we have failed in our purpose.Please leave us a review on your podcasting platform or on our website at realisticpedagogy.org. We look forward to hearing any feedback you have on what we are doing and how we can improve and what you guys want to see.Thank you for all your support thus far!
Lesson 1: The Realistic Teacher In this episode, Mr. and Mrs. Sarver discuss the various perceptions of teachers from different points of view and offer some basic strategies to help change some of these perceptions.
Episode 0 - The Introduction Welcome to the Realistic Efficient Pedagogy Podcast!This podcast is hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Sarver - two educators out of the state of Texas!This quick episode is a brief glimpse into our lives and qualifications! We look forward to getting to know all the teachers and administrators fighting to  better themselves and their profession!So, take a listen to get to know us and find out about our mission.We look forward to the journey!
The Fabindia School The changemaker school in Bali Rajasthan, a village in India. Community lead and in the lap of nature seeped with tradition and spreading the joy of learning.
From a nervous child to a confident human being! Rehan shares his life at school with Dr Ashok Pandey, which helps us understand what goes into the making of a good school and how the stakeholders make all the difference. #MyGoodSchool
My Good School Dil Se - Billabong Thane My Good School Season 1, Episode 2 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning is brought to life.
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host and Director Ahlcon Group of Schools, speaks with the stakeholders at Billabong High International School Thane: Mr Sudhir Goenka, Trustee/Management; Ms Kalyani Chaudhuri, Principal; Ms Sanika Joshi, Teacher; Rehan Singh, school student; Ayonnya Bhattacharya. ex-student; and Ms. Prajakta Patil, parent. All the stakeholders share their personal experiences and what goes into the making of a good school.

Established in 2006, Billabong Thane celebrates 15 glorious years of responsibly creating 21st-century learners and empathetic future citizens by imparting knowledge that ensures young minds' holistic growth and development. A school where children feel at home; Where EQ precedes IQ; Teachers are facilitators, life-long mentors, and their students often remain their "kids"; and Where we unite to ideate, innovate and improvise. The school works to create a bond of trust and belonging.

Billabong is a vertical school, where the Principal sits on the second floor, and the school ten storeys, wherein the show host quips that 'the sky's the limit!'. Kalyani walks up and down the building all day long to ensure that she connects with the children and stands tall as a school leader who works to empower every teacher at school. She considers herself the luckiest person every morning and is always excited to touch the lives of all the people - the children, staff and stakeholders. She refers to the school as a temple of learning and shares why she feels on top of the world.
Rehan, a school student, shares his ten plus years at school; he gives all credit to his teachers for their pure love and making every child happy without any expectations. His one-minute speech '...limelight makes me nervous, he would like to thank the people he values most in his life...no matter when he fell they did not let him down.

Sanika again shares her transformation in 11 years; she has grown professional and spiritually. The teacher-taught relationship is full of happiness, and she shares how the thank you book records the joy of learning on the campus.

Ayonnya recalls her relationship with teachers and how they prepared her as a person of high percentile to contribute to society. She shares the bond of friendship, activities, drama, and being the first batch at the school who had an entire decade of school experience, offered her the opportunity to grow up to be a kind and compassionate person. When she was unwell for an extended period, the teachers went beyond the call of duty to help her. The parents of the school are active learning partners and appreciate how the students lead; collaboration between stakeholders.

They have a well-knit parent and teacher body who collaborate to make Billabong a good school.

A passionate Billabong fan thus writes:
"Amidst the din and bustle of a busy street
We have a school where minds and hearts meet.
Uncles, aunties, teachers and friends
Make BHIS a happy place to attend.
Austere but gentle, strict but kind-
This is where rules and liberty lie intertwined.

Oh, Billabong is where we love to go!
Because it helps us explore as we grow.
Here we learn the core values of life,
To continue serving as we strive.
Here we learn to wipe away tears
For ours is a school that genuinely cares."

Website: billabongthane.com

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Mountaineer and Teacher John Martyn served for 31 years at The Doon School, he was honoured by OBE in the UK and Padamshri in India, a legend and happy teacher!
John Martyn - a tribute Sandeep Dutt pays tribute to John Martyn, who inspired and enriched the lives of the children from the rural areas near Dehradun. Martyn was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 1958, and 1983 Padma Shri, from the Government of India for his notable contributions to the establishment of The Doon School.

In 1935, John Martyn accompanied Arthur Foot to India to establish the teaching staff of The Doon School, a newly opened boarding school for Indian boys. Martyn was at Doon for 31 years, thus becoming one of the longest-serving schoolmasters in the school's history. After he died in 1984, his wife Mady Martyn wrote a book about him entitled Martyn Sahib, the story of John Martyn of the Doon School.

In his honour, his wife and Martyn's friends set up John Martyn Memorial Trust in a village at the foothills of the Himalayas called Salagaon. The trust runs a school for underprivileged children and provides free education to over 150 children. The past 37 years have been an incredible journey as the school witnessed the lives of many disadvantaged children transforming because of quality primary education.

Since its inception, JMMS has grown from 25 students in a tent to 175 students in 7 classes from Nursery to grade 5. Most of these children are first-generation learners in their families. Apart from teaching, Martyn was very keen on mountaineering; in this podcast, Nibbrati Rathore of Learning Forward speaks with Parineeta Negi, the torchbearer of John Martyn Memorial School and is a proponent of John Martyn's vision. Parineeta Negi brings with her vast experience of teaching. She headed schools and has worked with NGOs like SIDH. Currently, she is the Principal of John Martyn Memorial School.

For more about the John Martyn Memorial School:
https://jmms.edu.in/
John Martyn - a tribute Long serving teacher, headmaster, mountaineer, man with golden heart, honoured with OBE in UK and Padamshri in India. Listen to the story of John Martyn, the legend.
John Martyn "I am passionate about Education... Episode #100: Sandeep Dutt pays tribute to John Martyn, who inspired and enriched the lives of the children from the rural areas near Dehradun. Martyn was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 1958, and 1983 Padma Shri, from the Government of India for his notable contributions to the establishment of The Doon School.

In 1935, John Martyn accompanied Arthur Foot to India to establish the teaching staff of The Doon School, a newly opened boarding school for Indian boys. Martyn was at Doon for 31 years, thus becoming one of the longest-serving schoolmasters in the school's history. After he died in 1984, his wife Mady Martyn wrote a book about him entitled Martyn Sahib, the story of John Martyn of the Doon School.

In his honour, his wife and Martyn's friends set up John Martyn Memorial Trust in a village at the foothills of the Himalayas called Salagaon. The trust runs a school for underprivileged children and provides free education to over 150 children. The past 37 years have been an incredible journey as the school witnessed the lives of many disadvantaged children transforming because of quality primary education.

Since its inception, JMMS has grown from 25 students in a tent to 175 students in 7 classes from Nursery to grade 5. Most of these children are first-generation learners in their families. Apart from teaching, Martyn was very keen on mountaineering; in this podcast, Nibbrati Rathore of Learning Forward speaks with Parineeta Negi, the torchbearer of John Martyn Memorial School and is a proponent of John Martyn's vision. Parineeta Negi brings with her vast experience of teaching. She headed schools and has worked with NGOs like SIDH. Currently, she is the Principal of John Martyn Memorial School.

For more about the John Martyn Memorial School:
https://jmms.edu.in/

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Vinit Khanna “I am passionate about Education… Episode #99: Sandeep Dutt in conversation with Vinit Khanna, an entrepreneur, a passionate learner and a traveller who has a keen interest in golf, cricket and squash. The founder of OKS group with a singular vision – to provide companies with business process outsourcing services of the highest quality and affordable cost. A believer of customer satisfaction by looking holistically at their needs. Educated at The Doon School and St. Stephen’s College in India, he holds an MBA from The Wharton School. A passionate learner, a traveller who has a keen interest in golf, cricket and squash. Vinit shares with us his passion for learning and education; how the education industry can bring the concept of Happy Teachers to life through the use of technology; the role of the teacher in one’s life; and his views on the changing dynamics of the education system from child-centric to teacher-centric. Putting teachers first would automatically help the child experience the joy of learning and transform.

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Nibbrati Rathore "I am passionate about Education... Episode #98: Sandeep Dutt is in conversation with Nibbrati Rathore, a teacher by choice. Her love for the profession is evident as she works with children in her primary and secondary years. She is skilled in Science Education, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Communication, and Public Speaking. Former Radio professional who worked as a radio jockey and producer of Morning shows on favourite radio channels.

Find out what a happy classroom means to her, how she engages with stakeholders and, as a parent, how she worked to find the best school for her child. For her, it is not just the curriculum that matters; the happiness of the child and how the child connects with her in the class is more important. She shares her life as a parent and what to look for when choosing a school for your child.

A debater and theatre buff. She also enjoys travelling places, meeting new people, reading poetry and listening to podcasts. She brings with her the best of the corporate and educational world. Nibbrati feels that learning is an ongoing process and it never goes wasted.

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Part 1 Dr Anupam Sibal
Through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child. Exploring the crux of parenting, this book asks and answers whether your child is ready to face the world.

Abstract
Dr Noella Pereira
Dr Anupam Sibal's book titled "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?" is an inspirational compilation of important values that we need to teach our children. It instils in us the importance of imbibing these values ourselves before teaching them to our children. It emphasizes the need to be humble, compassionate, forgiving, honest, grateful, and most importantly being the change that we would like to see in others. Dr Sibal through his experiences as a paediatrician and father, masters the art of conveying each virtue to his son. This book teaches us lessons for life. A must-read for all individuals wishing to make a change in today's world.

18 Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.

Chapter 1, narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School Bali, Rajasthan, India.

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My Good School Dil Se - The Fabindia School My Good School Season 1 Episode 1 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart!
The seven-part series shares how select schools connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning comes to life. In this story of The Fabindia School, find out how the school has successfully built a great relationship with all the stakeholders - Students, Parents, Teachers and Management - to win hearts and create a school that prepares children to face the world.

In this show, the Director, Dr Ashok Pandey, has beautifully shared how school culture is built and what makes a good school. The speakers include Rajeshree Shihag (Principal), Aryan Sirvi & Meenakshi Chaudhary (Students), Bharti Rao (Teacher), Pokar Ram Choudhary (Parent), Yogender Mertiya (Trustee - Management representative) and Shelly Jain (Ex-Student). Where Passion Meets Education How is the human element highlighted in the school? Elements that make a school from good to great? What goes into making a good school? How are values taught in school? How do stakeholders work to make it a good school? What is the vision of the promoters?

The My Good School Dil Se stories explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential.

THE FABINDIA SCHOOL The school emphasizes a holistic approach to education, offering extensive extracurricular programs and academic courses. The school was established in 1992 in the village of Bali, Rajasthan, by William and John Bissell, who recognized the need for a model school to empower young people in rural Rajasthan, where literacy rates are meagre, especially among women. After completing his studies in 1988, William Bissell lived for several years in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, where he worked with rural artisans and various crafts co-operatives across the state. This formative experience strongly impacted his views on the critical role of education and the lack of high quality, affordable education in rural areas. William was passionate about creative approaches to education which brought out each child's inherent talents and the need to include environmental education in a local context. With input from many creative talents over the years, the school has become a model for preparing its students for success in life while contributing to the local community.

Message to the Principal "It was a great pleasure interacting with your team. Your students are brilliant. You are leading a great school. Congratulations. During the show, I wish to focus on some of the very profoundly touching questions."- Dr Ashok Pandey (Director Ahlcon Group of Schools and Host of the My Good School Show).

The My Good School curriculum focuses on learning for life; Empower students by creating an environment for their personal and social development; Encourage students to become involved in activities beyond just study; this helps develop confidence, knowledge and networks; and  Experiential learning is a critical factor in the students progressing successfully through adolescence.

My Good School standard core curriculum helps empower every individual; we invite schools to join the Good Schools' global community. The 4S School - Service, Skill, Sport and Study. The 'My Good School' designation shows a school's value on professional learning and student achievement. 
For more about The Fabindia School
www.FabindiaSchool.org.

Good Schools Alliance
www.goodschools.in.

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Dr Ashok Pandey "I am passionate about Education... Episode #97: Sandeep Dutt, in conversation with Dr Ashok Pandey, his life story is beautiful; growing up in a village, he understood the need for values, diversity, and respect for the Guru. He talks about the idea of diversity and dedication of teachers; his teacher had a bag library and carried books for children to read to school every day! The role of a teacher is the highlight of this show. In the late 1960s, his teacher won the President of India's Award and travelled to Delhi. The true spirit of 'Guru without gururh' (truly selfless)'.

Dr Pandey believes in teachers first and empowers every individual; he is a team-builder and celebrated school leader. Dr Pandey was listed by Forbes India 2020 among the top 100 People Managers; he is now the Director of the Ahlcon Group of Schools in Delhi and has served as the Principal of the Ahlcon International School until 2019. Author of several articles and research papers, his third book, Launch Your Inspiring Principal Leadership, was published in 2019. Dr Pandey received the President of India award for his outstanding education services. Currently engaged in inter-faith dialogue and peacebuilding, has participated in the Global Peace Convention, held in Seoul,2019, the UN festival for Action on SDGs held in Bonn, 2018 and the Indo-Australia Leadership dialogue, Melbourne, 2017. Dr Pandey sits on the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) Governing Body, India; volunteers as the National Coordinator of Climate Reality Education Program in India; and sits on several advisory bodies. Dr Pandey is passionate about a system shift in education.

According to Dr Pandey, the teachers must eschew being a broadcaster and acknowledge several alternative sources of knowledge. The classrooms need a redesign to elicit students' love for learning and self-development. The pedagogy must shun predictability and encourage curiosity, innovation, and participation. Schools should be a place where students learn to become responsible citizens and engage in community development. As an advocate of Sustainable Development Goals, he believes that equity and social justice should shape curriculum and pedagogies.

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Humility and Appreciation - DGHS Humility and Appreciation, narrated by Mohini Chauhan of The Doon Girls’ School at Dehradun. The future of education will be built on immutable values alone: Appreciation, Caring, Co-operation, Courage, Freedom, Friendship, Happiness, Honesty, Hope, Humility, Love, Patience, Peace, Quality, Respect, Responsibility, Simplicity, Thoughtfulness, Tolerance, Trust, Understanding & Unity. Joy Of Learning (JOL) is based on The Little Book of Values: Educating Children to Become Thinking, Responsible and Caring Citizens by Julie Duckworth and Ian Gilbert, explores twenty-two values that can be taught through schools. This program will inspire you by using examples of where the values are already being used by children and adults in schools and share practical tools to stimulate discussion and philosophical debate. It will also help people to take stock of their values and how they wish to lead their life. There is always something to appreciate, in someone, even the worst character will have something to be appreciated. So we should appreciate it as that’s the only way to build the self-esteem of a student. In a class there are braggers or the boasters who are the opposite of humility, probably they are most in need of appreciation as they haven’t achieved much. And the people who achieve appreciation or are acknowledged tend to be most humble because everyone knows and applauds them. So I think if the teacher focuses on what can be appreciated and bringing ng their self-esteem up by saying good things then they will also come to a point where they will start appreciating themselves and then become HUMBLE. Humility is at the RECEIVING end and Appreciation is at the GIVING end, that is why these two values sync very well. The bottom line is a child has to be a GOOD HUMAN BEING. If the children are coming out of school as good human beings then obviously they were taught by good human beings.

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Hope and Friendship - Aspiration JMMS Aspiration JMMS @John Martyn Memorial School, Salangaon, Dehradun - Renu Raturi, Sandhya Thadani, Sonali Sharma and Asha Bhandari: a story about Hope and Friendship, the teachers share the joy of learning with a story about how nature shows the best of the two values. Learning Forward India Academy Cohort of 2020-21 is exploring the future of education, built on immutable values alone: Appreciation, Caring, Cooperation, Courage, Freedom, Friendship, Happiness, Honesty, Hope, Humility, Love, Patience, Peace, Quality, Respect, Responsibility, Simplicity, Thoughtfulness, Tolerance, Trust, Understanding & Unity.

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Freedom and Peace - DGHS Joy Of Learning (JOL) comes alive with heartwarming stories from educators at school. Flyers DGS's proudly created this episode @ The Doon Girls' School, Dehradun - Vijaya Jugran, Urvashi Uniyal, Vandana Goel, Bhumika Vyas & Ritika Tyagi. Learning Forward India Academy Cohort of 2020-21 is exploring the future of education, built on immutable values alone: Appreciation, Caring, Co-operation, Courage, Freedom, Friendship, Happiness, Honesty, Hope, Humility, Love, Patience, Peace, Quality, Respect, Responsibility, Simplicity, Thoughtfulness, Tolerance, Trust, Understanding & Unity. 

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Teachers in my family Audra shares what it takes to be a good teacher - discipline, patience and enthusiasm.
Audra Gold "I am passionate about Education... Episode #96: Sandeep Dutt in conversation with Audra Gold, the CEO and co-founder of Vurbl, one of the largest non-music databases of streaming audio in the US with thousands of audio creators publishing content for millions of listeners that are consuming millions of minutes of audio from a library of over 30 million titles across 100’s of content categories.

Audra fell in love with the Internet in college in the 1990s, during the first years of the Commercial Internet. She started developing start-up ideas and launching them with fellow students, and she has not stopped since. Audra has helped build, launch and grow digital-first businesses from the first dot-com boom through many economic ups and downs after that, learning just about every lesson you can imagine in the many start-ups she has been a part of. She has been awarded a Primetime Emmy Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media for her work at Fourthwall Studios, which the Nantworks group of companies later acquired. She has also helped author and develop several digital media and ad-tech related patents throughout the last 20 years.

Audra shares what learning means to her in today's Episode, her passion for education, and the importance of audio learning. As a child, she was an inquisitive person; she spent a lot of time in the library, the internet for learning in that era! She comes from a family of educators; what drove her to audio and the idea of Vurbl was born through her personal consumption of audiobooks, as this was her first passion, you listen and learn, perhaps the easiest way to enrich your brain.

The successful womenprenuer shares three ingredients for a successful career recipe: passion, knowledge acquisition, and hard work ethics in life. Her favourite teacher story and how she learnt from watching her teachers - patience, discipline and enthusiasm - have helped her become a good mentor for people in life. She has spent a lot of time teaching, her teacher was her cross country coach, and he taught her the benefits of juicing, which helped him batter cancer. This was real-life learning about nutrition and holistic health. A maths teacher changed her diet perspective!

Her favourite quote is, "Be suspicious of what you want; this keeps her motivated as it helps her delve deeper and find out what is the motive, what is driving you to do x,y and Z?

Competitive sports shaped her approach to life, team building for business was indeed learnt from the soccer team.

"Building a business is one of the hardest, most torturous things you’ll ever do. You better make sure you are building something that is meaningful to you and brings you joy at the end of the day. If I did not love the audio medium and believe in our ability to truly revolutionize the audio space for creators, listeners and brands, I would never have survived the last 6 months." Inspirational Women Leaders Of Tech: Audra Everett Gold

Vurbl is an audio streaming destination for all audio creators and anyone who loves listening to audio. They support audio creators through our station model and help listeners connect with meaningful content to listen to.
Useful links:
https://vurbl.com/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/audragold/
https://twitter.com/audragold
https://www.instagram.com/audra_gold/

Audra Gold Audio Bio.
https://vurbl.com/listen/audra-gold-co-founder-ceo-1U1R230l9Vm/
Listen to her answer our 10 questions about audio.

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Ep. 5 | Kriti Jain (43 Points) | "This Too Shall Pass" Kriti Jain, who excelled in the IB and scored 43 points, shares her study routine for the exams, her time management experiences, and how she managed to balance between the core and the curriculum, and excelled in both. Kriti Jain now studies at the prestigious Nanyang Technological University and reflects on what skills the IB taught her that she keeps with her till this day and advises students on various topics based on her own experience with the IB.
Learner at the center! Supratim shares how students learn and gives the example of the solar system. How the traditional methods need remodelling to suit the altering dynamics of the education system, the learner-centric education system is the newfound method and how it is reshaping the pedagogy, how to enable the learners to take their learning forward, how to translate learning into something quantifiable and how to make it actionable.
Ep. 4 | Nick Smokoniv (40 Points) | "Use The IB To Help Yourself Become A Well-Rounded Person" In this episode, Nick Smokoniv, M17 IB alumni who scored 40 scored gives wisdom to current IB students about the years of high school and how you should use them to become a well-rounded person and use the IB to grow as a person.  In addition to that, he shares his experiences during his years in the IB and shares valuable tips and advice with the listeners.
Mahatma Gandhi - What is Humility? Dr Anupam Sibal highlights the value of our well-received learning program. In Chapter 1 of his book he shares a story about Humility, listen to the snippet in the voice of Bharti Rao from The Fabindia School #WorldReady Find our more https://goodschools.in/life-skills-program.
Ep. 3 | Phi Long Bui (42 Points) | "Cherish IB" M19 Alumni Phi Long Bui shares his experiences with the IB and gives current students valuable advice on university applications, study routines, a healthy work/life balance, and the use of resources.
Alex Reisley “I am passionate about Education... Episode #94 Sandeep Dutt in conversation with Alex Reisley. In today’s show, Alex shares that he still remembers his social studies teacher for his life skills. He believes that human-to-human connection is the most powerful tool in any field. He shares how an empathetic teacher can develop a strong bond with the children and leave a profound impact on the students, why mentorship and relationship building is more important than the content and technology in the class, how he derives his passion for education from his love for building connection and much more.
Alex is a versatile person who is a passionate traveller, loves being around kids, likes to work on social issues, enjoys writing, and a squash champion. One who has critical thinking skills, including the ability to accurately link cause and effect and generate relevant solutions to problems. He is motivated by social justice, loves to connect with people, and share life stories. Someone who has a deep belief in the potential of all kids and a commitment to do whatever it takes to expand opportunities for students. He respects individual’s diverse experiences and can work effectively with people from a variety of backgrounds. He has started his career as a corps member with “Teach for America” and enjoyed teaching elementary kids. He now works as a product manager for “Marksharks”, where he expands the product into a tool for educators. He has prolific experience in designing customized assessments, student performance reports, and class management tools.

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Why not you? The video highlights the need for reaching out to young people from every corner of the society. For any development model to succeed there has to be free availability without an limitations, this is what good education programmes aim for. For effective of YES there is the need to involve one and all.
Youth Engaging Society (YES) Centres Sandeep introduced the concept of YES Centres in his tenure as National Director of IAYP in India. Today this model of inclusive youth development has become a show case for the Programme all over the world. In India over 10,000 young people were enabled with access to the Award Programme and 40% with support and resources too. The YES Centres in India are now nearing the 100 mark.
The YES way To explain our vision we have put in place a one day training programme to introduce the Youth Engaging Society (YES) way to empower and train youth workers and non-formal educators. The sessions are aimed at anyone who works for challenging young people and youth empowerment.
Finding yourself This video clip will excite you to view the full version of Finding Yourself. Go ahead and enjoy the full 17 minute video on this Youtube channel. To connect with Sandeep please visit www.sandeepdutt.com
What is leadership? There is a leader in each one of you, as mentors it is our duty to help every young person find the leader within. With over 25 years of hands on experience as an entrepreneur, a trainer and mentor for thousands of young people, Sandeep has been involved with schools across the country and worked with students in all kinds of socioeconomic environments.
Ep. 2 | Riya (42 Points) | "Take The Time To Reflect On Your Mistakes" For the second episode of IB Lyft, Riya shares stories from her IB experience and gives advice and recommendations to current students on time management, routines, recovering from setbacks, and a lot more.
Diversity Inclusion Belonging @School She believes in equity and DIBs (Diversity, inclusion and belonging). She is mindful of each individual’s needs, a guide, a mental health first aider, a professional learning champion, nature lover, trekker, loves animals and embroidery.
Saisha Khanna “I am passionate about Education... Episode#93 – Sandeep Dutt, in conversation with Saisha Khanna, consultant Inclusive practice at the Northern Territory Education Department (Australia), education advisor and an instructor for Managing Potential Aggression (MAPA), Countering Violent Extremism and Keeping Safe Child Protection Curriculum. More than a passionate educator, she is a passionate learner. She believes in equity and DIBs (Diversity, inclusion and belonging). She is mindful of each individual’s needs, a guide, a mental health first aider, a professional learning champion, nature lover, trekker, loves animals and embroidery. In today’s podcast, she talks about how exposure to different ideas, gaining perspective and knowledge has made her passion for education, how “Edu-passion” calms her racing mind and keeps her motivated, and how education is a powerful tool for teaching allowed her to learn twice. She talks about the mother being the first teacher to a child, being a role model to the present generation, effective communication, rational detachment and mindfulness. She emphasises that teachers and parents must ensure the emotional wellbeing of the children as it is a strong predictor of academic success.

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The DECA Quest - Malshree Kalla with Sandeep Dutt THE DECA QUEST BEGINS... the opening show of the series of 10 shows. Malshree Kalla, the CoFounder of Ignitedmidz, in conversation with Sandeep Dutt. #School Improvement #Coach, #Author & #Chairman of #Fabindia School in #Rajasthan #IgnitedMindz. His #book 'My Good school', a #bestseller, is a guide for #parents and #educators helping schools deliver better! Sandeep gave an overview of how #schools should be set up, the #focus on the #teachers. Schools are similar to living #ecosystem in which school #stakeholders, #management, #educators & #parents collaborate for the benefit of students! His #book 'My Good School' is a must-have for parents, educators, and #management.

"Thank you Mr Sandeep Dutt for such an enriching session! #fabindia #school #NEP2020, #entrepreneur,#TheDoonSchool,#experientiallearning, #projectbasedlearning" - Malshree Kalla
For more about Sandeep Dutt, visit www.Sdutt.com
More about Ignited Mindz www.Ignitedmindz.asia

The Fabindia School website www.fabindiaschool.org
The school emphasizes a holistic approach to education, offering extensive extracurricular programs and academic courses.

My Good School Where Passion Meets Education published by Rupa Publications www.goodschools.in



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Ep. 1 | Arush Garg (43 Points) | "The Best Way To Learn Something Is To Struggle With It Yourself" IB Lyft's first guest speaker, Arush Garg, shares his experiences and insights on his journey as an M21 IB Student as well as giving advice, recommendations, suggestions and tips on how to excel in the IB. Being an exam-route student, Arush excelled in the IB and scored 43 points on his diploma; he joins us for our first episode to share it all with you and to help you become a better student, giving you a head start by sharing his invaluable guidance.
Celebrating the Vision of BAT Twenty years ago... The Fabindia School at Bali is a celebration of the vision of the Bissell Family and the Trustees. Years of hard work by the School Staff and the Local Residents has made this a good school and offers 'affordable quality rural education' at Bali in Rajasthan, India
The YES Way - Fighter Pilot E= 4S
EDUCATION = SERVICE+SKILLS+SPORTS+STUDY
Education = 10, and every person for us is a full 10/10.
What matters is the emphasis we as individuals give to each of the four S's. For some 'Study' could be full 10, some 'Sports' could be 10, yet the most complete individuals will value each of the four S's and find themselves.

The YES Way Workshop at schools, work places, and anywhere empower you to
use your existing curriculum in the youth work setting and this is the best way to find yourself!
The Fabindia School - Mundara Affordable quality rural education, at Bali in Rajasthan, India
The video shows happy children at our pre-primary school at Mundara.
The Fabindia School - Champabagh, Bali Fun learning of quality, in the rural Rajasthan.
The YES Way - Politician E= 4S
EDUCATION = SERVICE+SKILLS+SPORTS+STUDY
Education = 10, and every person for us is a full 10/10.
What matters is the emphasis we as individuals give to each of the four S's. For some 'Study' could be full 10, some 'Sports' could be 10, yet the most complete individuals will value each of the four S's and find themselves.

The YES Way Workshop at schools, work places, and anywhere empower you to
use your existing curriculum in the youth work setting and this is the best way to find yourself!
The YES Way @ Tagore International School - II The full action at the Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar in New Delhi.
E=4S was a real journey for young people who have set out to find the leader within.
The Fabindia School in Bali, Rajasthan For more about what we do www.fabindiaschools.org
Sandeep has joined Bhadrajun Artisans Trust (BAT), and works for THE FABINDIA SCHOOLS as Chairman.
The YES Way @ Tagore International School - I The YES Way moves to Delhi schools, with the first ever workshop in the city at Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar. 1st October 2012 will go down in history as a day of fun and self discovery in the lives of 30 young people at TIS.

The YES Way at TIS is in two parts and this is the Part I please.
The YES Way @ Hopetown School, Dehradun The YES Way was much appreciated by 30 of the most enthusiastic young people we have connected in the recent past! The ninth day of September 2012 will be etched in the memory of one and all who have
Rekha Sarin "I am passionate about Education... Episode #92 Sandeep Dutt in conversation with Ms Rekha Sarin, the author of ‘The art of flower arrangement’ and ‘Chai-The Experience of Indian Tea’. ‘Chai’ had won the prestigious international Gourmand Award as the World’s Best tea book in 2015. It is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage library and catalogued in almost 30 Ivy League universities worldwide. A true nature lover, a traveller, a profound learner and an extensive reader, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan and Times of India Gold medal winner for Journalism. She has written more than 400 features on subjects about travel and culture. The interior designer has a flair for unearthing the secret messages of nature and connecting them to the real world. Ms Rekha believes that nature is an exemplary interactive teacher. The philosopher tries to connect the life lessons drawn from nature to the classroom and conveys how to light the path towards regeneration and rejuvenation of Mother Nature. She correlates a teacher with a tea garden worker for their hard work, dedication and compassion to bring out the best in their students. She shares her passion for education and her quest for learning. For Ms Sareen, life is all about giving expression to your inner calling.

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