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Redefining learning and teaching
Transcript of Redefining learning and teaching
Make inferences here about the person's feelings, deriving from the SAY and DO quadrants
I love teaching kids. I grew up in a small village in Pokhara Valley in Nepal. We were children of Tibetan refugees, so we had a very tight small community in the village. We were part of the village but also separate - kind of a like a mini refugee camp.
Young school teacher from Nepal - son of Tibetan refugees . Now lives in Hyderabad, India. Just started a new job in an international school.
This teacher worked in a small Tibetan school house in the remote area for 6 months doing his teaching practicum. It was isolated, and he lived in the school in primitive conditions; the children walked 2 km to school every day. It made him realize how much they loved to learn. They loved the school. He loved teaching them.
I want education to be meaningful and help the kids to be proud of who they are where they come from. Education means not just accumulating knowledge but also how to use it in life.
I realized listening to this teacher that having a clear sense of identity and of belonging to a community is very important. He wants his students to learn the meaning of belonging.
Feel that this teacher wants to design curriculum in a school he teaches in that allows the kids to develop a sense of pride in their heritage and own community. He needs to connect with other educators who have done or are doing the same in their communities around the world to share and learn from each other.
Feeling passionate about
education fuels creativity
A passionate and
deep thinking teacher with a social
share his heritage in his teaching and
create and innovate
he wants his pupils to be proud of own
heritage, culture and identity.
View of the Annapurna range from Pokhara, Nepal
The prayer wheel in a Buddhist stupa