A slum in Delhi, India Continue reading Moments #5
He says that school teachers beat when students ask questions. Because of the beating in school, students are scared to ask their doubts. Continue reading Mulakaat 15: We Teach
After asking a few questions, to which he replied only by nodding or by shaking his head in denial, I got to know that he was scared of me. Some volunteers spoke in my favour, while others made fun that he should actually be scared of me. Continue reading Mulakaat 14: Friendshake
One could not understand why the story was titled Naitikta. Isn’t Naitikta doing something good to somebody? The second one found the story incomplete. They expected more to it. The third one felt that the punishment was harsh. Continue reading Mulakaat 12: A harsh punishment?
A need for Naitikta session was felt as something disturbing had happened. It was suggested that a lesson should be taught to all the students by narrating a story. Continue reading Mulakaat 11: Naitikta
For the very first time, I felt that I was making an impact in the lives of these children. Continue reading Mulakaat 10: An Impact
A big motivation for a teacher is that her students have the will to learn. A girl named Kokila had asked me how she could improve her speaking skills. My next interviewee was this child. Continue reading Mulakaat 8: Another One
With the same set of questions, I decided to dig deeper into the answers. It was time to question the ‘question bank of the class’, Anamika. Continue reading Mulakaat 7: A Tip for the Day