Third Teacher Sharing Session@ Riad Foundation is round the corner. Inviting you all to come and be part of the talks and discussions.

 

Date: 6th November, 2016 (Sunday)

Time: 10:30 am to 1:00 pm

Venue: Early Years Montessori House of Children, 851, 16th Main, 3rd Block Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034

Entry: Free

Teacher Sharing Session III – Speakers

Tanushree GB – Co-founder & Educator – Shibhumi

Exploring a Learning Space

The talk will explore the current learning space for the mixed age group of children between ages 6 to 10 at Shibumi. The speaker shall be drawing from actual examples of the bursts of creativity that she witnesses in the space.

 

 

Vinayak Varma – Writer, Editor, Designer and Artist –  The Mixtape Creative Studio

Like Water

The talk will explore how to freely adapt to any creative challenge with the use of design thinking and the simple art of storytelling.

 

We request you to send us an email or SMS confirming your presence. As there are limited seats we will book your seats on a first come first serve basis.

Email: riadfoundation@gmail.com |  SMS: +91 96366 63366 |  Website: www.riadfoundation.org

AboutTeacher Sharing Session @ Riad Foundation 

The Teacher Sharing Session is an informal gathering of teachers, parents and educators and the event is usually conducted on the first Sunday of every alternate month.  These sessions provide a platform to those who have been trying out an idea in the educational space, whether in the classroom, teaching community or even spaces outside the educational institutions to come forth and speak on the same.  Through such sharings the speakers get a chance to present what has worked, what has not, what are the challenges and many more interesting insights.  Also, it gives the audience an opportunity to question these creative ideas and have a dialogue on the same.

While the Riad Foundation sources most of the speakers for these events, we also keep the opportunity open for those who want to speak by proving them an online process of sharing an abstract on what they would like to talk about.

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