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Welcome & Introduction

Welcome & Introduction

by Firki Programs -
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Welcome to Firki!

We are constantly innovating to design and deliver high quality synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences to educators across the world! Currently, our offerings consist of and are not limited to Courses, Webinars, Learning Paths, and Resources. Thank you for choosing us as your learning partner. 

We would love to know more about you. In the thread, please share with us where you are from, what you do and what are you hoping to learn on Firki?

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by Parveen Sharma -
Parveen Sharma - Educator - English and Communication Skills, Wisdom World School, Kurukshetra haryana - INDIA
https://linktr.ee/teacherparv

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Hi Praveen
You are a great person. I saw your Hindi books. Looks very interesting.Are working s school leader and also continuing as an author of Hindi books?
I am interested in some of the Hindi books. Will get in touch with you.

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Hi I am Subbalakshmi Bulusu
Currently the Vice President of SRV International School.
I have been an educator for the past 38 years or more. . I am an IBEN( International Baccalaureate educators Network). I am Consultant workshop leader and School visitor.
I take pleasure in designing curriculum for schools. Authentic assessment is my interesting area. to explore.
I feel there is so much more to learn from every other person.

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by sweta Saraf -
maam i think the more i read your replies i am becoming an ardent fan of yours. i would really feel blessed if u coukd one visit my organisation and share your inputs and insights, YES you are right there is so much to learn from each one . i would like to take this opportunity to ,learn from u .

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Thank you Sweta for your kind words.
I feel the number of qualifications on paper or the number of years of experience will not be productive unless we have an attitude to Learn, 'Unlearn' 'Relearn'.

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by Vaibhav Walunj -
Hi,
I am Vaibhav. I teach in an Ashram school in Maharashtra.
Our school is situated in tribal region of central India which is infamous for armed insurgency. It is a tribal region and most of my students are indigenous. Hence I elected the film that can make them aware about their rights, their counterparts in developed parts of the world and how they can contribute to the growth of their region.
I use films to teach students. I screened the film to start debate about who are tribal, the land rights given to tribal population for conservation, forest rights and the difference they have from the mainland India. They were not aware that there are tribal communities outside India and were thrilled to know that all tribal communities across globe have similar beliefs and attachment towards jungle. They also noticed how the educated professionals from tribal communities have helped the process of advocating the rights of their communities and working towards a sustainable future as well as collective development and growth. One student asked if they are the same, i.e. from Gond community as hey have a lot in common. They wanted to talk with the filmmakers and clapped heavily after the credits.

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Hi Vaibhav
It's very interesting to read about your profile. It makes me think about te passion you have for making children learn. Serving in a tribal area with a motto to up-skill them is not an easy task. All the best and may you achieve more satisfaction and success of what you are doing.
Subbu

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by Mohammed Irshad -
Of course,
Me also now working as a teacher at Bhimpur, Bhirbhum District, West Bengal.
It's a Village that filled with Uneducated people, not there in schools much more fecilities to study for students.
But, the students are brilliant. when we offer them study materials and teach them with toys teaching its literal meaning they feel happy.
They are brilliant if we try more on fecilities and opportunities we will some brilliant students.

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Mohammed , You are doing a great job. I appreciate your efforts to make the students in rural area. How do you get resources that you need, to teach students in a play-way or project based way?

Subbu

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by Aishwarya Bhatia -
Hello all, I am Aishwarya. I am currently a student and am willing to teach students from Economically Weaker Sections of Society so that we can head a step towards reducing ‘Educational Inequality’ and provide ‘Equal Opportunities’ to all students. I am willing to interact with the genius minds here and get some inspiration from themsmile

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
WOW !! Aiswarya , I must appreciate your attitude towards bringing positive changes in the society. I wish you good luck for the journey you are on.
Where do you stay how can people contact you if they need your help?

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by kavitha senthil -
hi all
I am Kavitha! Interested and excited to see like-minded people here. I am basically an educator with 20 + years of experience as a teacher and principal in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Now took early retirement due to family circumstances. Willing to do orientation programme /workshops / education for teachers on any topic required by the school. if needed mail to kksenemail@gmail.com

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by Subbalakshmi Bulusu -
Hi Kavita
Nice to know about your long years of experience as an educator. Yes ! Some times an early break from work is good. But as educators we never stop working , only we may stop going to school but our mind will be always with students and academic related thoughts. good to know that you are open to support schools.
Subbu

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by Aswatha S -
Hi I'm Aswatha, I'm currently pursuing my UG degree in MOP Vaishnav college and I want to explore the field of teaching and volunteering and I thank TFI for this wonderful opportunity

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