Director’s note: On International Day of Peace , we at Prajnya, celebrated with a small group of people by engaging in conversations about the what, why’s and how’s of Peace education. Kriti was our attempt to begin the conversation of Peace with some educators in the city and to encourage them to implement some of the NCF … More Kriti, September 21, 2012: Photo Album & Report
This International Day of Peace, Prajnya’s Education for Peace Initiative adjusts its sails a little. We’ve struggled, as some of you know and as others also experience, with resource shortages that have made it hard to carry out the work of the peace education initiative as we had initially imagined it. So we decided to … More Adjusting our sails, September 21, 2012
In the Maldivian language, Dhivehi, there is no single word that means peace. In fact, there is a whole gamut of words that could mean peace. I am not sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing. But what I do know is that right now, the whole country craves for an … More Guest post: You may say I am a dreamer..
Mihir Bhatt recently visited Assam and says of his conversations with teachers: “The teachers I met found that in the classrooms, the idea of India includes Assam, but only with extra effort. But similar efforts are not made, either by India or Assam, to include India into what is Assam. There is limited material available … More Conversations with teachers in post-violence Assam
Every truth has four corners: as a teacher I give you one corner, and it is for you to find the other three. Confucius As a teacher I always want to inspire my students to want to know and learn more. To give them that first corner and leave them with the excitement of finding the other three.And I often … More To ‘Sir’ with love