Category Archives: Parenting

8 Ways to Teach Compassion to Kids

Here are many ways in which you can teach compassion to your kids. Visit the link.

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Adolescence: All About Change

Adolescence: All About Change Several overlapping topics fall under the rather large umbrella of adolescent psychology. All of these have to do with ‘change’, which seems to be the key word for this phase of life. Of course, all of … Continue reading

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Adolescence…

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Let’s Be Positive

What conclusion can be drawn from this? Now, here is an activity for “Educators” Given below are rude reactions we hear ourselves using in classrooms. Let us rephrase our angry interjections to positive corrections. Our intent is to get the … Continue reading

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Book Review – A School Counsellor Casebook

The review of our book ‘A School Counsellor Casebook’ was published in Teacher Plus dated 1 March 2014. Please visit this link to go through the review.

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Seminar on Parenting

Ratna Sagar is organising a Seminar on Parenting on 2 Feb 2014, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at Allenhouse Public School, Ghaziabad. Mr Rishabh Khanna will be conducting the seminar. All parents are invited to become a part of this … Continue reading

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Inverting the Classroom Model

The recent buzz around the world about the changing methodology in education revolves around the concept of the flipped classroom. Teachers are using technology to connect with their students and help them learn. In a traditional classroom, the teacher is … Continue reading

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MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

Attending to physical & emotional needs of students to enable learning… Abraham Maslow, a familiar name in motivational psychology, proposed that humans have a hierarchy of needs. Only when needs at the base of the pyramid are met, are we … Continue reading

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TEACHING STRATEGY | Reciprocal Learning

Make your classroom a collaborative learning community The reciprocal-learning teaching method, developed and tested in the 1980′s by psychologist Ann Brown and her colleagues, is a way to make your classroom a collaborative learning community, where students take charge of … Continue reading

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WINNERS vs LOSERS

Winners have dreams; Losers have schemes. Winners see the gains; Losers see the pain. Winners see the potential; Losers see the past. Winners make it happen; Losers let it happen. Winners see possibilities; Losers see problems. Winners make commitments; Losers … Continue reading

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