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What all Teachers should know for a better class tomorrow

January 2, 2019

Since long, teachers in schools have only unilaterally taught students. A single approach to teaching around a hundred students who have different learning abilities and styles. When the students are so different, how can a single method work for each of them? Exactly! A unique approach that caters to the minds of such diverse of […]

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Akansha Saxena, a primary school teacher from UP wins scholarship to attend the 54th IATEFL conference in United Kingdom

December 27, 2018

A ChalkLiteer, Akansha Saxena, who is an assistant teacher at Agahpur Primary School in Bisrakh Block, Gautambudh Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh has won a scholarship to attend the Conference of International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL 2019)  in Liverpool, United Kingdom. The IATEFL conference which will take place from […]

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A ChalkLiteer, Arti Qanungo shortlisted for $1 Million Global Teacher Prize for her innovation approach in school

December 19, 2018

Arti Qanungo, shortlisted among the top 50 teachers globally for the annual USD 1-million Global Teacher Prize, UK-based Varkey Foundation announced in London recently. Arti has been an active member of our community, contributing to various discussions, sharing teaching learning materials with other teachers on the platform and also was one of the winners of […]

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MSF introduces Chalklit to Teach For India Fellows

March 7, 2018

My recent visit to TFI’s City conference at Delhi reminded me of a famous quote by Martin Luther King, Jr. – “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education”. Quality education is essential for adapting to today’s […]

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