🤔 What is one factor that is common in all the big personalities that we have known?
It is the ability to take risks.
The courage to take risks and learn always outweighs the fear of failure. So, go ahead! Fail. But Learn.
Honing risk-taking skills should be nurtured right from the classroom. It not only encourages them to seek innovative solutions to problems but also promotes integrity, and confidence.
Excited to do this for your students? Get to know more on risk-taking abilities in the classroom in today's edition of the Inspiring Educators newsletter.
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📰 Educational News Around the World
Maharashtra, India: “Breakthrough Project” helps students overcome learning loss caused due to the pandemic Residential Schools in Nandurbar Taluka bridge learning gaps with novel heutagogy, a student centred instructional strategy. It helps teachers identify learning gaps by dividing students into groups according to learning levels.
UAE: More than 100 teaching and school staff positions up for grabs as the new term is about to commence Around 109 teaching posts, 16 non-teaching and support staff posts, and 12 leadership roles are available in schools in the UAE to join immediately by September.
Sydney, Australia: 6th Australia-India Education Council Underway The 6th Australia-India Education Council is currently taking place in Western Sydney University to strengthen the cooperation in education, skill development, research, and innovation for both countries.
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Socio-emotional needs of students must be looked after in the classroom to ensure their holistic development. Read this newsletter to find out some ways how teachers can cater to such needs in the classroom.