Reflections2020-06-23T09:37:23+05:30

REFLECTIONS

Why do I cry on every Teachers’ Day?

I have been a teacher not for long. This year is my eighth year in professional teaching. In all the last eight years that I have spent in different wonderful schools, I have been blessed [...]

Importance of developing problem-solving skills

Someone has rightly said, “The best way to escape from your problems is to solve them.” All of us face multiple problems in our day to day life. Problem-solving skills help us to solve the [...]

Bonding Over Breakfast

On the morning of 25th July 2020, students of PYP sat down virtually for a new session with their teachers.  "Bonding Over Breakfast" is Gaudium's new initiative to foster a sense of belonging as we [...]

Exploring Director’s notebook

The Theatre classes are a wonderful insight into the beauty and value of the arts! As we began our journey, we were introduced to various creative aspects and skills involved in the art of [...]

Developing a Leadership Mindset

Leadership isn’t a gift or a trait that only a selected few of us possess, however, it is an important quality present in every successful individual but is it everything? In every aspect of [...]

Diving Deep

Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all – Aristotle I was pleasantly surprised when I got a mail from The Gaudium regarding a meeting of the core committee members just [...]

Who am I – a reflection in Hindi

इस इक्कीसवीं सदी के कोरोना काल मे सोच रहे है । “ कौन हूँ मैं “ उनका बचपन कोरोना  काल  में  खो गया है । आन लाइन पढ़ाई उनके लिए मझधार बन गया है । [...]

Journey down creativity

I am glad I go to a school where I have the privilege of meeting and interacting with brilliant and inspiring minds. This time I had the honor of interacting with Mr. Aneesh Daniel, a [...]

Reflection on first day of school

“The most beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you”. With that thought to ponder over, the induction session for Grade XI CBSE commenced on July 1, 2020. Welcoming [...]

Reflection on Guest Talk

A wise Napoleon Hill once said “One of the most valuable things any person can learn is the art of using the knowledge and experience from others”. And fortunately enough I acquired a bit of [...]

Integrated Humanities in MYP

The commencement of MYP 2’s Integrated Humanities started with the topic of ‘Dynamic Earth’. The students were introduced to the topic keeping in line with the curriculum’s aim of aligning the young minds with thinking [...]

Make your kids love maths

I hate maths. Why do we have to do this? It is hard. It’s boring.. We have all heard this one time or the other. Parents who don’t like maths can pass this attitude [...]

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