Fellows – Bhumi Fellowship

Can we make the classroom our safe space?

  • fellowship
  • May 4, 2022
  • 4 min read

A year of online education had led children to forget how to exist within a classroom. A lack of a physical classroom has made this harder for the children. How do we build a classroom culture under these circumstances?

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Connecting Again

  • neha singal
  • January 14, 2022
  • 3 min read

Author: Abhinaya, Bhumi Fellow As schools reopened across the state, many classrooms came with their own challenges – mine included. While solutions are not impossible to achieve, it is important to understand how to navigate these different challenges. More importantly – how do we do it together?  As schools reopened across the state, many classrooms […]

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Being the Change

  • neha singal
  • January 21, 2021
  • 4 min read

The last of human freedoms – the ability to choose one’s attitude in a given set of circumstances. Viktor Frankl We as a country and generation as a whole are more aware and ‘woke’ than ever before. We have access to information at our fingertips in this age of the internet and information which begs […]

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Going Around the Path of Learning Together: Part 2

  • neha singal
  • January 16, 2021
  • 5 min read

You can find Part 1 on this link: https://fellowship.bhumi.ngo/going-around-the-path-of-learning-together-part-1/ Here is the account of  the other 3 Bhumi fellows on the Learning Circles recently conducted by the Fellowship Team:  Charlene Judith Pereira With every new day and every session, the Bhumi Fellowship teaches me something new. The learning circle in December served as a point […]

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Going Around the Path of Learning Together: Part 1

  • neha singal
  • January 16, 2021
  • 4 min read

 2020 saw the biggest education crisis in the history of mankind. It is hard to imagine another moment in history when the central role of education in the prosperity of our country is so obvious and well understood by the general population. This is an opportunity to chart a vision for how education can emerge […]

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Every child deserves every chance; No child should have their chances limited by poverty. Educational inequality and inaccessibility to education have been a persistent concern. Working towards addressing them during the normal times have itself posed serious challenges. Imagine, working to bridge the gaps in the educational system during the times of COVID-19.  Since March, […]

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