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E-learning a virtual reality with a lesson

“Learning is a never-ending process; we learn something new every day of our Life.” I have always believed in this thought, but never even in my dreams thought that I would be conducting classes ONLINE.
Due to the sudden pandemic of COVID 19, we were bound to conduct online classes to help maintain social distancing without affecting the education of our children.
To be honest, when I heard about online classes, I was eager and excited to learn how to conduct them. The training and practice sessions were tedious. But the result is quite satisfactory.
Every morning, I love to see the bright and eager eyes of each child, which is my source of motivation to keep going.
Once you Stop learning, you start Dying!!Albert Einstein
Fazila Khatoon Social Studies Teacher

Welcome to My Classroom

It all started in the month of March, total confusion on how we are going to start, had no clue on how to go about it, joining the puzzle was a difficult bit.
All we had was a big thinking tank, the only thing we all teachers could bank, teaching online is first time for all, facing this challenge was the call.
Lights camera action, this is how we went live, without a doubt it was a deep blue see dive, too many emotions gushing in and out, anxious yet excited without a doubt.
Wow, a different world altogether out there, e-learning started because we care. Students and our classroom we really miss, loud noisy corridors surely seems bliss.
E-learning at NDPS has been a great success, all the hard work has paid off, I would like to confess. If not classrooms, we still get to see you on Teams, bright smiling faces are like the suns beam.
Hours of work and sleepless nights, back ache, neck pain just added to our plight, like we always say nothing can stop us now, We have done it, take a bow.
Niveditha Chokshi Kind…

COVID19

What all it has changed? our work, our leisure activities and our daily routines to name a few.

Each one of us is trying our best to adjust to the pandemic with patience, empathy, kindnessand moreover moving out of our comfort zone and adhering to the guidelines and instructions of the authorities since its no longer about “ME” but everything about “WE”.
Though I have just moved one letter upside down, but the entire meaning has changed. Many amongst us as parents are concerned about the academic growth and distance learning of our wards, and there are many questions about the uncertainties in present scenario, but do we have an option to pick ---- then why worry? Trust and have faith… this too shall pass and as responsible adults we are providing the best to our children.
I go back to the first line of my write up – I do have work (WFH), my definition of leisure changed (ludo, carrom & scrabble to name a few with family) but it’s still there and my daily routine has only become more…