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  • Ryan Edunation setting standards high in Innovative Teaching by their event Lead By Example

    Published on February 20, 2024

     Bengaluru : To elevate the teaching methodology and enhance the learning outcome of students, Ryan Edunation Services Pvt. Ltd, a leading operator of K-12 institutions has launched a platform for the teachers to present their innovative methods, strategies, techniques in the classroom. The ‘Lead by Example’ event celebrated its 10th edition which brought together innovative teachers from across the country’s Ryan Institutions to present their unique teaching methodologies to an esteemed panel of judges from the industry.

    This panel consisted of Dr. A. Senthil Kumaran, Chief Confluencer and Co-founder of The Learners’ Confluence, Ms. Salini Nair, Manager of Professional Development at Oxford University Press, Ms. Sandhya Prasad & Ms. Ratan Gopinath from ‘The Teacher Foundation’, Bangalore, and, Ms. Lalitha Desikan, certified career guidance counselor.

    The event witnessed an insightful discussion on the personalized teaching approach implemented by teachers across different cities. The panel of judges had an engaging conversation with the teachers and applauded the effective adaptation of experiential learning in the classroom. Teachers shared anecdotes of various fun learning experiences like – using hopscotch to teach integers, teaching concepts  of physics in an amusement park, four square method for teaching poetry interpretation etc

    Ryan Pinto, CEO of Ryan Group of Institutions in his inaugural address said, “As we inaugurate this event, let us remember that teaching is not just about imparting knowledge but also about inspiring minds and shaping futures. We all have been entrusted with the responsibility of inspiring our students through our actions. So today, we celebrate the dedication and creativity of our teachers, who lead by example, instilling in our students the values of curiosity, resilience, and excellence.”

    Addressing the teachers, Chief Guest Dr A Senthil Kumaran said, “We stand at a pivotal moment in education, where the ever-evolving landscape of technology intersects with the diverse needs of Gen Z and Boomer generations. In India, the Panchanidhi scheme and CBSE’s FLN initiative represent promising steps towards a more holistic learning experience. However, several recent surveys including ASER 2023 reveals that the creativity level is staggered by a whopping figure of   17% among our students. Together, let us ensure that education not only equips our students with knowledge, but empowers them to become the compassionate, innovative, and responsible citizens our world needs.”

    Appreciating the participation of teachers, B Jairam said, “Teachers are the architect of education. We are humbled to witness the efforts of our teachers who are impacting the lives of thousands of students across the country. At Ryan Edunation, we focus on upskilling of teachers to ensure engaging learning experience for students”

    Nidhi Thapar, Academic head of Ryan Edunation, Vinod Sharma, Chief Marketing Officer and Business Head of Ryan Edunation, Principals from across India for schools managed by Edunation were present during the event

    Amanora School, Pune emerged as the winners, and Tattva School, Bangalore as the runners-up, which is a testament to the dedication and skills of the teachers at these schools.

    The efforts of these teachers were graciously applauded by notable figures like Anju Bobby, retd. Long-jump athlete, renowned architect Jinu Kurien, Mr Rushdee Warley, CEO Inspire Institute of Sport, and Radio Mirchi Bengaluru’s RJ Jimmy Xavier.

    More than 50 participants from 6 schools across the country were able to further hone their unique teaching methods by participating in the event.  Overall it can be said that the level of teaching took a massive leap at this event which was made possible by the combined efforts of all the teachers and industry experts present at the event. 

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