Top Seven Stories Of Year 2020

Year 2020 is coming to an end. This year has been full of challenges, esp for the education sector. Schools and teachers have worked overtime to ensure education of students doesn’t suffer. Little wonder, stories talking about their challenges have been among the most read among our viewers. Read below the top seven stories this year on our platform: 

  1. “Teachers are the unsung corona warriors”

Shalini Arora is the Principal of Veda Vyasa DAV Public School in New Delhi. Here, she tells us how she managed to overcome the challenges facing the education sector today – be it schools closure, online education, teacher training or the ongoing war of words between schools and parents over fees.

  1. Lockdown effect on education – schools go online

Given the lockdown and the uncertainty that surrounds the return of normalcy in our lives anytime soon, schools have decided to go online.

  1. School and Parents: Together We Make A Family

Rita Singh, Director, Indirapuram Group of Institutions, is a well-known name in the field of education. But do you know why she became a teacher?

  1. This Maths teacher’s video is going viral. Here’s why

The video features a Maths teacher teaching her students the multiplication table of 9. She shows them a clever way of memorising the table by using fingers.

  1. This National Teachers Awardee donated her prize money for community library

Jyoti Arora, Principal, Mount Abu Public School, Delhi, is a passionate teacher and firmly believes that people should become teachers only when their passion and a sense of responsibility for this profession are very high. Besides being a successful educator and an administrator, she is also pursuing Phd in Education.

  1. Pariksha Pe Charcha: These citizens have something to say to the PM

The 3rd edition of Pariksha pe Charcha was witnessed by thousands of people. Many took to twitter to communicate their views with the PM.

  1. When Students Visited Hospital… Virtually!

Ahlcon International School in Delhi recently organised a rendezvous with a doctor to give their children first-hand experience of the challenges faced by corona warriors in this pandemic time. The idea was to make them aware about the seriousness of the situation and develop empathy among students.

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