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Do we still need to question the role of technology in education?

Today I was attending an International Seminar organised by Indian association of Teacher Education and Commonwealth of learning on the topic ” E-Learning in Teacher Education” at my alma mater Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi. Now even though … Continue reading

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Role of ICT in Teacher Training as a tool for evolving India as a Knowledge Economy

“We must act now – we cannot wait for everything to be right – for bandwidth to increase and technology penetration to increase in schools. Many things in life can wait. But the child cannot. Now is the time when … Continue reading

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Acting irresponsibly

Lately I have been involved in a project of training of teachers working with underprivileged children. Each training workshop lasts for 2 days and usually has teachers coming in for training from 1-2 NGOs of NCR. Today was one such … Continue reading

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Conflict of values

*As a matter of principle, I avoid blogging about my workplace or my boss or colleagues. This post is in no way directed towards them. After having read my so-called statutory warning, you may continue reading. There is a thought … Continue reading

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Yippieeeee

I have finally become a lecturer !! yeah yeah !! 😀

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ICT Education in Pre-service Teacher Education Programme in Delhi

Teachers lie at the core of any living society. They are important mediators of social change, social reconstruction and social rejuvenation. A teacher’s role is not only that of the leader of the children but of the guide to the … Continue reading

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Globalisation and Educational challenges

Globalisation is a qualitatively new phenomenon of multi-dimensional nature posing a variety of complex trends in the economic, social and cultural fabrics of all societies. It impacts on all conceivable facets of life, including education. Consequently, education services are naturally … Continue reading

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