Bharat Matha college Thrikkakara (Eng Lang and Lit)
Central University Of Kerala Kasargod (Master's)
S.A.M College of Teacher Education Poothotta (Other)
Learning is a continuous process. I love to learn in my life. Teaching is my passion. I firmly believe that I can learn more and more while teaching students. I had completed my graduation in 2010 in English language and literature. After that, I completed my B-Ed in 2011 in English. And recently, I completed my post graduation in last March, 2014. I worked in a CBSE school after my B-Ed studies for four months from January to April 2012. From July 2014 to October 2014, I was working as an assistant professor in a college. I will be indeed flexible with the students to a certain limit especially in the matter of time. But I would be strict in the class. I love to collect feedbacks from the students and their parents after each class. And I hope to help my students well for their academic success. During my employment time, I was handling students of 10-20 age group. But I am comfortable with students of ages below 10 as well. In my profession, I firmly believe and consider my students as independent individuals. So, I give them enough freedom to express their views freely on academic matters. I do not like to be too strict with my students, because I think the students will not like a teacher who is too strict with them.
Another important point is the value of interaction. In my professional life, I allow my children to have free interaction sessions in the classroom. I urge them to freely interact with their friends and peers without any hesitation. It is because the students ought to develop the skill of interaction. This skill of interaction will help the students a lot when they come across situations to share and talk the matter with other fellow people. In the school,
I taught my students different genres of literature such as poems, short stories, etc. And when I joined the college for job, instead of novels and dramas, I taught my students English grammar. It was intentionally that I took the area of grammar when I got the job in the college because I firmly believe that grammar is the most important portion of a language. It is the primary topic that the students have to learn. Without grammar, there is no meaning for language. Grammar forms the core of a language. And I also had the opportunity to teach my students about the importance of education. Even if it was not part of my curriculum, I strongly felt the need to teach values and to imbibe those values in the lives of my students. I had a nice time with my children in both school and college. And I sincerely hope and wish to have a nice time again with my students here in the U.S.
Learning is a continuous process. I love to learn in my life. Teaching is my passion. I firmly believe that I can learn more and more while teaching students. I had completed my graduation in 2010 in English language and literature. After that, I completed my B-Ed in 2011 in English. And recently, I completed my post graduation in last March,