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Ashish Kejriwal
A curious Dad. Love connecting with people. Exchanging thoughts. Mind lover. Founder of and Xylent
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Equity in learning scenarios is a great topic. Now that someone is thinking about Ts needs in a respectful manner, helps a lot.
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Ulrike Suwwan Apr 21
I think it is not about trashing teachers. I think we need to question more why some SEEM to be unwilling? What holds them back? What are THEIR needs? Do they actually experience equity as well for themselves. The system must be looked at as a whole.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Thanks for the chat. I will try to join after dinner. I am just not in favor of trashing teachers, no matter how well sugar coated.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Sorry... are the pilots/teachers.. human beings or robots? Wrong direction? Is it even logically possible?
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Maybe I mistook 'human nature bias' and 'mind shift' as signs of judgement. Mistakes happen. Cheers to professional growth and development.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
How about not discussing professionals who work hard and appreciating them, instead of judging them on a 'human nature' scale? That's my essential point.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Teachers do not resist change. They resist unreasonable demands. They need to keep the aeroplane flying. Ideas come and go dime a dozen.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Are we questioning the mindset among teachers? I'd rather not. Big changes take time with small moves carried out regularly. They often go unnoticed. Such chats encourage teachers big time.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
A classic challenge is not having the time to observe the different needs in children. Also, re-orientation in already existing practises.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 21
Equity is about having ownership in learning. Each child needs an appropriate share of assistance. That is the best way I can express my understanding on this subject.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 10
My apologies for missing the chat. My data plan wouldn't get recharged somehow. Just managed to get a Wifi connection. Hope the chat was rich as usual.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 9
Replying to @MandyJJ @cazzash and 29 others
This is real talk! Basic things that need to be noticed in the light of motivation and gender equality. Start where it matters!
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Tom Peters Apr 7
Replying to @tom_peters
"Work life balance": Zest for life at work. Zest for life at home.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 7
The book has finally arrived! Going to spend my Sunday reading!
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 7
I'll make a slight twist here. What discourages the young minds? Remove that. Motivation will kick in by itself.
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Ritu Sehji Apr 6
"There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” - Rumi
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 6
I'd say, limits are defined by the reach of the mind. For we travel by it. And I have yet to find anything that did not integrate with the wholeness of life. It is just that the dots get connected in accordance to the mysterious rhythm in cosmos.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 6
Replying to @rsehji @PranSang
Thanks Ritu, that is quite a compliment. Do tag me in future if you are having collaboration chats.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 6
Replying to @ChouinardJahant
A5 Learning looked like Curiosity and Excitement to me. No rules.
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Ashish Kejriwal Apr 6
Replying to @ChouinardJahant
A4 I did that by NOT trying to motivate them or trying to engage them. Just observation and listening was enough. I would know that my approach worked when parents acknowledged it.
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