Education synonyms being breeding, civilization, coaching, cultivation, culture, development, discipline, edification, enlightenment, improvement, knowledge, nurturing, teaching, training, tutoring etc. It encompasses many things which in short mean an overall development of a student.

Success of a nation depends on education of its people. Education has to be at the core of national development agenda. School education is perhaps the most important basic element of education system as it lays strong foundation for further learning.

The learning and development of one teacher will translate into better education for thousands of students. With this in mind, School of educators focuses on bringing forth innovative resources that help educators, administrators, principals and teachers in delivering better quality education to their students and to manage their Schools / colleges professionally. 

Vishal Jain
Editor in Chief

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Editors :

Bindu Sharma , Principal –  Rayat International School, Ropar, Punjab

Archna Sharma, Principal – Sanmati School , Indore.

Deepshikha - Deepshikha is a research scholar in the National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), New Delhi, and is currently doing research in the area of Inclusive Education for children with special needs.
Deepshikha has graduated (B.A. – English, Ancient Indian History and Computer Application) and post-graduated (M.A. – Women Studies) from Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow. She has topped Lucknow University examination in M.A. Women Studies. She has qualified UGC-NET (Women studies) in 2007. Her interest areas of research in education are inclusive education, community participation in education and gender discrimination. She believes that all educators must conduct educational research at their own level in order to bring significant improvement in the education system because research is the only way that leads to new knowledge, innovations and finally development. She holds a field-attachment experience in State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Lucknow and District Institute of Educational Training (DIET), Lucknow. She aspires to be an academician and to serve the education system by being a policy maker. 
Deepshikha has interest in dance, yoga, sketching and exploring new places. She writes articles and research papers on education and loves to exchange knowledge and experiences. She believes that learning is an ongoing process that starts from cradle and ends in grave and everybody has something to learn from others.  The road of learning has no end but walking on it gives immense joy, satisfaction and empowerment.
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J.K.Singh, Principal Jaipur

Advisory Committee :

Ralph Pirozzo

Honour Graduation Diploma – Riverdale Collegiate Institute Respiratory Technologist (Canada)
Bachelor of Science (Four Year – Grade A Standing) – University of Toronto (Toronto, Canada)
Bachelor of Education – Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada)
Graduate Diploma in Resource Teaching – Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia)
Graduate Certificate in Management – Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia)


The Australian College of Education
Australian Council for Educational Leaders
Support Teachers’ Association of Queensland
Middle Years of Schooling Association
Modern Language Teachers’ Association of Victoria

Honours & Awards:

1981 Jaycees Outstanding Young Australian
1987 Honorary Visiting Teacher (QUT)
1988 CRA Fellow
1992 Paul Harris Fellow (Rotary Club of Kippa Ring)
1992 Citizen Ambassador Delegate: People to People
International (China)
1995 Australian Men and Women of Science,
Engineering and Technology
1997 Who’s Who in Australasia and the Pacific Nations
1999 Who’s Who in Asia and the Pacific Nations
2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century
2001 Australian College of Education – Excellence Award 

Alfredo Mathew III

Alfredo Mathew is a career educator, born and raised in New York City. He currently resides in Pasadena, California where he is the History of the Americas teacher at Blair Magnet International Baccalaureate High School. Alfredo holds a B.A. in History & Anthropology from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and received his Masters in Secondary Education from Mercy College’s Urban Teacher Program in New York City. Of Puerto Rican and Anglo-American descent, Alfredo counts himself lucky to have had the rich international experiences he has had, which include studying, and teaching abroad in South Korea, Brazil, Guatemala, Ecuador, Costa Rica and London. Alfredo firmly believes a holistic education that engages the senses as well as the intellect is the key to successful learning.

Anu Pande
280 Heatherstone St.
Henderson, NV 89052

Educational Specialist in Administration(EdS) , Nova Southeastern University, 2009
Master of Education in Instruction and Curriculum studies , University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2000
Working with a diverse group of students and expanding range of teaching capabilities
Experienced facilitator for Professional Learning Communities.
Knowledgeable about team approaches, multi-age grouping, collaborative learning, and inclusion of ELL students and students with special needs.
Expertise in curriculum including subject integration, whole language, hands on Science manipulatives and inquiry based Laboratory to enhance critical thinking.
Skilled at involving and communicating with teachers, pupils, and parents.
Experienced mentor for best practices instructional strategies and techniques
Organized, designed, implemented and presented various professional developments for best teaching practices at various school locations through out the CCSD.
Assisted administration in creating School Improvement Plan. 
Presenter for the “New Teacher Conference”