Adhyayan’s Community of Practice – Re-opening of Schools: Reopening Schools: Addressing Student and Teacher Well-being

Adhyayan’s Community of Practice

Re-opening of Schools: Reopening Schools: Addressing Student and Teacher Well-being

Join our Panelist: Ms. Anjali Karpe, Mr. Kunal Parikh, Ms. Tarana Bilimoria from Bombay International School & Ms. Akila Srinivas, Ms. Shreya Lakshmi Kaundinya, Ms. Dakshayani Babu Rao from Akshar Arbol International School sharing their experiences with us.

Date: 23rd October, 2021
Time: 4:30pm-6:00pm

Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAudeihqT4vE9eYveeWykx-3h1pIUGxOjB2

YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/w_5t4tH1y-E

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Bridge is a mind sport that stimulates both the left and right sides of the brain. Playing bridge improves your skills in concentration, communication, logic, imagination, lateral thinking, mathematics, memory, patience, multitasking, visualization, and psychology.   Learning Bridge is also linked with improved academic performance. There was one study done in America which links increased test scores in children with playing Bridge.

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