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The things that come to my mind while being in class - Tenzin Jambey

A classroom is a room or a sphere where students learn. The one who teaches or gives lessons is called the teacher, and the one who takes the learning is called the student. Different students can have different views on the classroom, and I, too, have my opinions on a classroom. The school has become an essential place for learning. Without schooling, you won't be able to push yourself further in the field of education. "Education never ends, and the road never ends. It's only the fuel of the car that ends". No one can ever learn everything, even if we start learning after birth until we die. The classroom makes learning more fun, exciting and memorable in the education journey. The word classroom is an extensive term that means that a classroom is much more than a room in the school building. All the sphere and place becomes a classroom when you get lessons out of it. Teamwork is something that we learn when working as a team. Therefore, the football ground, basketb

What it takes to spread the joy of learning at schools - Unnati Dabral

Children and Young Adults tend to spend their joyful yet crucial years of life in school. School days are the precious years of a student's life.  The joy of learning in schools may be defined in numerous ways. Learning something new with fellow mates always has its charms and challenges, whether in the classroom or on the playground. 'Finding Joy' is seeing oneself grow little by little, learning, growing, falling, escaping, again coming on the loop, trying and experiencing unusual things in those marvellous hours at school. Have you ever thought about our adrenaline rush while reading a thrilling novel? Oh! And how just a mere acknowledgement of the fact that its sequel might be available in our school library in the coming month excites us? What a relieving thought with an inexpressible enthusiasm. An infusion of joy with learning helps a learner to feel less stressed. It motivates positive learning experiences. Children are more eager to learn when handled with care and

Meet and Greet with Deepti Mehrotra

Learning Forward Podcast Season 10 Episode 16, produced by the students at My Good School, where passion meets education. The My Good School Program is brought to you by the students and interns who spread the joy of learning, focusing on reading, writing and speaking. Meet and Greet is our event to celebrate the work and writing of authors and guests who join us at our Sunday School, hosted online weekly. In this edition, we speak with Deepti Mehrotra, whose books are published by Rupa Publications Pvt Ltd and are available worldwide. History narrates tales of courageous, brave, patriotic men who sacrificed their necessities to fight for a more significant cause. Still, while highlighting the men down the ages, we often undermine the women of the past who had performed more dangerous deeds and fought for causes which ameliorated the lives of later women. Her Stories: Indian women down the Ages is not just a novel but a keepsake where the tales and stories of Indian women are preserved

Meet and Greet with Nirmal Ghosh

Learning Forward Podcast Season 10 Episode 15 Nature has its way of calling upon us, but we often ignore those rare signs. We build homes in seclusion away from the abode of wildlife and nature; when we can live peacefully together, why are we so adamant about living apart? Consider this beautiful conversation where Nirmal Ghosh deciphers his book, ‘Blue Sky, White Cloud: Three Novellas’. Our anthropocentric behaviour has indeed broken the typical bond of friendship between nature and us. Learn and reinforce to reconnect with our roots. Nirmal Ghosh  - Author of ‘Blue Sky, White Cloud: Three Novellas.’ Anvesha Rana - Host from Gyanshree School Rishona Chopra and Sandeep Dutt join in as guests. There was a lot to learn, and there is now a lot to reinforce, but the lifeline remains that beauty lies in simplicity; we might try to complex situations, but deep down, we are all the same man who used to live with nature to now the man who has built homes in seclusion away from the abode of wi

Sharpening The Saw - Nishan Karki

Sunday reading with Jugjiv Sir "We must never be too busy to take time to sharpen the saw." - Stephen Richards Covey. Sharpening the saw means making the best use of your greatest asset, i.e. you. It means sharpening your mind physically, socially, mentally and spiritually. Sharpening the saw and sharpening yourself are the same thing. It helps to keep yourself in the best place and fresh to do your work most effectively. If you sharpen yourself, you can bring change in yourself and your habits. You can sharpen the saw through the following : * Positiveness on yourself * Meditation * Be resilient * Read, write and learn new things * Take care of your mind, body and spirit * Listen to your heart and mind * Create balance Nishan Karki Pestalozzi Children's Village India 

Blue Sky White Clouds - Joy Of Reading

Blue Sky White Clouds Nirmal Ghosh We are reading at the Sunday School. Find out how you can join us: The Sunday School Experience the joy of learning at our  Online School.  Read, write and speak with us. Suitable for 9+ to 90+. 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM IST. Telegram Messenger. Blog, Podcast & Videos. Meet and Greet events. Internships 9+ to 14+. Pay Rs 2500/- per year.

The desire to buy exceeds the ability to read - Jugjiv Singh

The desire to buy exceeds the ability to read! Some unopened books... The pile of unread ones will be higher. But hopefully one day soon I will get to them! Jugjiv Singh Advisor Learning Forward India Foundation

The Library Car - Rishona Chopra

For me, my favourite place in the entire school is the library. I just wish I could stay in the library for the whole day! Once I start on a book, I don't want to leave it until I have read it all. Whether it's fiction or biography, they are so fun to read.  A library is not just about books; it's about the variety you keep and the environment you create. The comfy chairs with a wide variety of books and you feel like you could sit there all day. I wish I was at Tomoe, so I could spend the entire day at the library!   On Wednesday was my first library period in the old library. It was so fun. Although for the period the librarian was telling us the rules and regulations, it was great. I can't wait to read all the books there. Now, Wednesday is my favourite day in School! I am waiting to issue a book there and just can't wait for Wednesday to come.                                            The library is where I go,                                            It make

National Reading Day! - Rishona Chopra

The National Reading Day is celebrated on the 19th of June in India. It is to honour our teachers and books. The celebration started in 1996. Read a book, And don't judge it by its look! By reading a book, you can become a cook. Or a doctor and author too! Just read a page a day, And you will find your way, Just make sure you read something, A magazine, a novel,  And trust me, no book is awful. Fiction, non-fiction, Autobiographies And biographies!  You can read anything you want, Reading a book about your knowledge will make you flaunt! So my dear friends, do read a book, You can read one every Sunday with My Good School! Rishona Chopra Grade VI Gyanshree School

My Good School Song - Rishona Chopra

We are here at My Good School, Here things are so cool! Together we learn, Here no teacher is stern! We learn all the values needed, After going to My Good School, we all succeeded! There are several things you can do, Each thing is new! We can read and write, We are bright! We can design and create, After all, My Good School is great! Rishona Chopra Grade VI Gyanshree School

Autobiography of a Book- Aanya Kumar

Aanya Kumar is a grade V student whose interest lies in composing short write ups and stories on different topics. She strongly believes in in-depth research before expressing her views on any topic. She has also written reviews on a few books she read and liked. She is a keen learner who wants to increase her understanding and work for further development.

Happiness with a book - Rishona Chopra

A charming, intelligent and sweet girl lived in a beautiful village. She had many friends, and that was because she was so kind and gentle, and whenever her friends needed her, she was always there, whatever the circumstances. She did not mind if her friends did not help her. On every sad occasion, she always found happiness in it. Her favourite hobby was reading , but she lived all alone! She could not buy books. Sometimes, her friends would let her borrow their books; someday, she would earn money and buy them. When she was roaming in the village garden, something caught her eye. She did not know what it was, but she ran in that direction where she saw it. She ran with all her might and finally reached there and guess what she saw, nothing but a book!!! She was so happy she started to dance with sheer delight! That was the happiest day of her life. She is still reading the book! (It was tremendous indeed)  You must be wondering what is so special about a book? Well, no matter ho

Appreciation - Arav Agarwal

Appreciation Poem For Teachers  Dear Teachers, a heartfelt thank you for all the things you do,  Overcoming challenges and making our dreams come true!  You have not only taught us to read and write,  But also taught us to be kind, loving and polite!  You were the true warrior in this pandemic,  And made sure that we have the best academic!  You are awesome teachers and work tirelessly to make our future. Thank you dear teachers!!   Arav Agarwal  Grade-5C  Billabong High International School Thane