• Meenakshi Uberoi

    Meenakshi Uberoi

    Meenakshi Uberoi is a freelance curriculum developer and a workshop leader based in Gurgaon, India: “Passionately involved in coaching, teaching and learning, I like to equip and assist teachers in creating innovative, challenging and enriching classroom environments that are conducive to students becoming life-long learners. I believe that students are at the heart of curriculum and therefore, the program should be student-led. This ensures they receive integrated, coherent learning experiences that contribute towards their personal, academic and professional learning and development. It is absolutely imperative for 21st-century educators to continually innovate, create and collaborate to make learning experiences further richer, relevant, engaging, accessible and closer to the real world.”

  • Poonam Dogra

    Poonam Dogra

    Poonam Dogra is a ISA Technical Coordinator and Computer Science teacher teaching grade 6 to 12 students in Rayat International School, India: "The main aim of teaching is not to cover the content but uncover the learning beyond four walls of thinking. My passion to learn, explore and share my knowledge encourages me to successfully accomplish my task and be the best I can be. The zest and the zeal, the enthusiasm to learn, the satisfaction of development, and the work done inspire me to move ahead. I feel such projects should be embedded in educational curriculum, so that not only few but a large section of society gains knowledge. According to me, such education should be beyond school or limited boundaries and should reach the masses by providing education to deserving but deprived classes."

  • Hari Krishna Arya

    Hari Krishna Arya

    Hari Krishna Arya is Principal at NBV Senior Secondary School, Nohar, Hanumangarh (India): "Teaching is not only the most amazing thing for me; I consider it is one of the noblest services of humanity. Working with young people keeps me young and curious for innovation. My greatest inspiration is the look in my student’s eyes when I have managed to make a difference in their lives. I firmly support Will Roger when he says, “Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” My aspiration is to keep abreast with the changing technologies and I take all measures to do so."

  • Pratima Nayak

    Pratima Nayak

    Pratima Nayak is post-graduate teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Fort William, Kolkata (India): “Teaching is my passion and I am deeply in love with a field of knowledge, issues facing the world. I believe all children have within themselves a special, inherent potential that is unique to them. My greatest inspiration is to recognize that quality, nurture it and give it space to grow as special.
    I firmly support new technology which infuses classrooms with digital learning tools supports learning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; build 21st-century skills in the students and prepare them to face the challenges of the world."

  • Sangeeta Shukramani

    Sangeeta Shukramani

    Sangeeta Shukramani works as Head Mistress at Kendriya Vidyalaya Sainik Vihar, New Delhi (India): "As an educator my endeavor has been to make a difference to the lives of students and be an agent of change. I get inspired when I see that spark, that excitement in students when they have learned something and when they feel valued. I am motivated to be a positive influence in my student’s lives by opening their minds to new ideas and constructing knowledge that will be beneficial to them. I believe that the ideal teaching environment is one in which the students are able to think, ask questions and explore the relevance that the information has in real life. Education should equip students with 21st century skills and transform them to become responsible citizens."

  • Mamta Narula

    Mamta Narula

    Mamta Narula is a Commerce Teacher working in Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, India: "I have a keen interest in exploring and using technology tools in teaching. Technology-aided teaching can improve and enhance the learning experience for our students.
    According to me, the best way to learn is to learn from each other. I use blogging and social media as a platform to share technology tools which I know with others and at a same time learn from each other."

  • Anutosh Deb

    Anutosh Deb

    I am Anutosh Deb. I am an Art Teacher, working since 1995 in Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan a K-12 school organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. I am based in Guwahati, Assam India.
    Apart from Art Education, I am also a Resource person for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for several Teacher training program.
    I love to create meaningful online projects with my students incorporating the 21st Century skills. Collaborating with students and teachers globally to create projects that children enjoy, learning by doing more useful and much better, beyond the routine classroom transaction to evolve a joyful learning atmosphere in the school system is what I always strive for. I strongly believe that working with ICT also is an extension of creativity among the children and teachers. Microsoft has been very instrumental for opening windows to explore the new vistas of the application of ICT in Education.

  • S Sriram

    S Sriram

  • Padma S

    Padma S

  • Parambir Singh Kathait

    Parambir Singh Kathait

  • Bela Sethi

    Bela Sethi

  • Lakshman Chaudhari

    Lakshman Chaudhari

  • Soma Singh

    Soma Singh