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TAP Retreat April 2017

13 Lead and Sr. Associate Assessors recently took a weekend out of their busy schedules to Retreat to Jindal Vidya Mandir, Vasind, where they reflected on their year as educators and Assessors, discussed the

Tapping stories – Tapping change

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In October, Priyanka Varma, CEO Adhyayan Foundation, and  Adhyayan Assessor Jayshree Oberoi (The Akanksha Foundation) found themselves working together on an external review of a school. During one of their many conversations, Jayshree shared

Adhyayan Launches Teachers’ Toolbox!

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Students pen a wish for their school

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Adhyayan was the collaborative partner at the recently concluded National Education Conference of Don Bosco Schools, India (NECDBS 2014). The four day educational conference saw Principals and senior teachers from over 150 Salesian Network

In conversation with Rajshree Doshi

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  Rajshree Doshi is the coach for Senior Programme Managers at Teach for India and also coaches principals of Akanksha Schools . She has worked in the field of education for almost 28 years now.

Adhyayan Asia gets introspective

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Adhyayan Asia is a strong believer in looking inwards to understand oneself better. The very word ‘Adhyayan’ means, deep, rigorous study of a reader-transforming text. The Adhyayan Quality Standard is based on an inclusive model

TEDxASB – Safeena Husain – Rejuvenating Government Schools

Our Network Associate, Safeena Husain gave a talk on TEDxASB on Rejuvenating Government Schools. TEDxASB – Safeena Husain – Rejuvenating Government

A new type of learning, a new kind of teacher

by Peter Hyman.  If we are to prepare children to succeed in the 21st century, then teaching and learning has to change dramatically.  That is the conclusion we have come to while planning to set

A change of attitude?

by Marc Rowland. I recently allowed myself to be distracted by a debate about education standards and the achievement gap on Twitter (probably involving @samfr) as a way of avoiding a challenging piece of work. Twitter