A True Guide’s Role in Overcoming Exam Phobia

September, being the month of Term examinations in most schools, sees an increase in the number of students visiting the staff-room ‘on purpose’. The scenario altogether remains different the rest of the year. As a teacher, I have noticed in the eyes of these students, who frequently visit the staff-room, something that troubles me a […]

The Hidden Curriculum: Value Oriented

Education helps in expressing opinions and participating in moral discussions with different individuals. The integral growth of a human begins from this land of ethics and creates views and attitudes towards a good future. Value and education extend over each other in some areas. The true intention of education is to help instill curiosity and […]

Teaching: A Profession by Choice

When we are young, we are often asked as to what we would like to become when we grow up. What are the probable answers? Being a teacher, I too have questioned the same to my students and the many answers that I get to hear are: ‘lawyer’, ‘scientist’, ‘engineer’, ‘soldier’ and the obvious one […]