EduCHATS – Kanak Gupta, Director, Seth M.R. Jaipuria School

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In the seventh largest country in the world, educator Kanak Gupta strives to make quality private education available to children in Tier 2/Tier 3 cities of India.  In this series of “EduCHATS”, he shares about the strategies and processes that are implemented to give students the quality education they deserve. Tell us a bit about your role and what that involves on a daily …

EduCHATS – Atima Joshi, Founder Principal, Middleton International School

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For teachers, teaching young people can be fulfilling, yet a demanding job. Today, as 21st-century educators, a combination of specific skills, knowledge, and experiences are required to excel in the profession. In our new series “EduCHATS” interviews our speaker Atima Joshi shares her views on what skills, knowledge, and experiences are needed to be ahead of the curve. Tell us a …

Demonstrating Leadership in the Classroom

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The notion of teacher leadership is not new, but it certainly has transformed in the recent times. In the past, teacher leadership roles have had limited scope and established at the prerogative of the administrators. In these roles teachers have often served as representatives rather than leaders. Today this has changed. Leadership roles are promising real opportunities for teachers to impact change without …

Reinventing Leadership in Higher Education

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Leadership in higher education is multidimensional and complex, requiring a meticulous and systematic approach.  To stay competitive and to thrive in the current higher education landscape, it is critical that college and university leaders prioritize, focus, and evolve their operations and their offerings. In this blog, Rab Paterson shares insights on the challenges and skills required in effectively leading higher education.   …

Leading innovative change in education

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The OECD defines educational innovation as the “introduction of new products and services, processes for delivering services, ways of organizing activities, and new marketing techniques to improve the provision of education based on the social and educational objectives as measured by stakeholders.” As leaders in educational technology, this definition excites us!  It also motivates us as we are constantly looking for …