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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
I have been teaching for 14 years serving as a reflective practioner and a facilitator. I am a Graduate with majors in English Literature and Psychology. Earlier I was an engineering student with majors in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. I have done CEPEd (Certification in Professional Education) from The College of St Marks and St Johns, Plymouth. I value individuality and endeavor to meet the needs of the learners I teach.
I teach Social Studies in middle section of my school as Co-ordinator of Geography. I am designated as ETAC (Emerging Technology Across Curriculum) Ambassador facilitating teachers and my learners to enthuse and enrich their learning using ICT as a tool. I am also co- teaching with five teachers to support the use of ICT across all curriculum subjects and intending to take a standard lesson and teaching it in different ways
Beaconhouse Jubilee Campus is a co-educational purpose built campus; having classes from Grade VI to A’ Levels with a strength of 1400 learners most of them belonging to the upper middle class families of business entrepreneurs. Age of the learners varies from 11 to 19.The school building is 7,000 square yards. It offers a wide range of learning environment like Media lab, three computer labs and a resource room for covering most of the ICT learning needs amongst the learners.
I teach learners of Grade VII and VIII with an average of thirteen years. Almost all of the learners are keen and they have the adaptability to explore and enhance their learning. These digital natives are very comfortable with the use of technology as a tool for diverse thinking and exploring the topics beyond the content of the curriculum.
I would like to have partnership with your school to promote Class to class letters; Class to class emails, environmental projects. We are a well resourced school and have facilities for post, email, shared webpages and video conferencing.
We intend to make long term links with schools across the world to share resources, experiences and projects. It is hoped that we will share letters, emails, blogs, video conferencing (wherever possible) and so create a better understanding of the lives of young people from different places, cultures and environments.
I am sharing some of the projects which my learners were engaged and i hope we will evolve together in order to share our learning beyond the wall of a classroom.
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