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‘The role of any leader is to support people around them’

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How Hunar Ghar benefitted from sending its teachers on external reviews with Adhyayan Leading the learning: Ed Forrest, Co-Founder of Hunar Ghar Hunar Ghar is a community school in Bakhel, Rajasthan. Ed Forrest, along with his school team members, engaged with the Adhyayan Quality Standard (AQS) programme to align all stakeholders to a common vision […]

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How Adhyayan works alongside school leaders

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By Neha Chheda, ASIST Lead ASIST usually gets requests like: “Please train our teachers in Facilitation”, “Our teachers need training in creating displays”, “Our middle leaders and subject heads are struggling with Classroom observation”, “We need workshops on Peer Learning and Activity based learning” and so on. It is well known that a school is […]

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‘Be open and unbiased, you never know what you may learn’

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In 2014, Jayshree Oberoi, Principal of the Late Anantrao Pawar Memorial English Medium School in Pune led her school self-review team when they undertook the Adhyayan Quality Standard (AQS) programme in 2014. Later, driven by her curiosity to see other schools and their practices, she started on her journey as an Assessor with Adhyayan. “During […]

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The importance of planning in teaching – 3

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This is the final post of a three part series on the importance of lesson planning written by Adhyayan Associate, William Power. You can read the first two posts, here and here. Will is currently an Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for Teaching and Learning at Coppermill Primary School, East London. He is an Associate at Adhyayan and […]

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The importance of planning in teaching – part 2

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This is the second of three blog posts on the importance of lesson planning written by William Power, an Adhyayan Associate. Will is currently an Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for Teaching and Learning at Coppermill Primary School, East London. He is an Associate at Adhyayan and worked with Spokey Wheeler and Kavita Anand developing a low-cost high quality schools […]

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The importance of planning in teaching

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This is the first of three blog posts on the importance of lesson planning written by William Power, an Adhyayan Associate. Will is currently an Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for Teaching and Learning at Coppermill Primary School, East London. He is an Associate at Adhyayan and worked with Spokey Wheeler and Kavita Anand developing a low-cost high quality […]

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ASIST Impact at Dominic Savio School, Andheri, Mumbai

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“Our theme for the year at Dominic Savio is Respect. Our display at the reception is synchronous with this theme which has sub themes: self, others, girl child, women, environment, clean spaces, all religions, etc. The plan is to have portions of the display changing periodically as per the sub theme focused on. The years […]