Our Decade-Old Legacy

Ed-leadership initiatives began to take shape at the first globaltie in October, 2006
where we also launched our first awards for excellence in education.

 

 

 



List of Participants, 10th International Roundtable

NAME SCHOOL NAME CITY
Vidya Ratna Ln.Dr.Komati Reddy Gopal Reddy Lotus Lab Public school HYDERABAD EAST
Abdul Qader MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
aparna canary the school HYDERABAD LOCAL
G. Mallaiah Challenger High School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammed Lateef Khan MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mrs. Mallaiah Challenger High School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mukheem Akhtar MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Nuzhat Sofi MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Rajida Challenger High School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Syed Misbahuddin MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Syeda Afroze Banu MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Deepak Preet Singh The Indian Public school PATNA
Ravi preet singh The Indian Public school PATNA
Mahfuz ur Rahman Rightway School BHAVNAGAR
MUZAHIRUDDIN Rightway School BHAVNAGAR
Krutarth joshi Little flower school DAHOD
Indra Rani bhardwaj M.M. public school ASSANDH
R.V. Bharadwaj M.M. public school ASSANDH
Jyoti kohli Gobind international school FARIDABAD
Sapna mishra Modern Convent school FARIDABAD
Rakesh Chander John Meham district Rohtak Haryana MEHAM
B.PRASAD YMCA INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY BOKARO
Chandra Shekher Mahatur JMM School Dwrika Bokoro BOKARO
Pramanand mahto Jeto mehto memorial public school BOKARO
Bishal kumar Shrivastava kids angel public school DHANBAD
Dr. Anil Kumar Indian school of learning DHANBAD
Ahad Farooqui Grace International School BANGALORE
Mohammed Sayeed Huda National School BANGALORE
Mr Anurag Pathak St.Sophia BANGALORE
Mr Yogesh B.K St.Sophia BANGALORE
Mrs Geeta Venkat Geeta High school BANGALORE
Mrs Komala Krishna Geeta High school BANGALORE
MRS PADMA SEKAR TRIO WORLD SCHOOL (ICSE WING) BANGALORE
Sha Faisal Solomon School BANGALORE
Syed Burhan Huda National School BANGALORE
Md Aslam Global education academy Hyderabad BIDAR
Dr Ravi Kumar L P Harvard School of Excellence HASSAN
Mr Rajshekhar S H Harvard School of Excellence HASSAN
Mr Yateesh H C Harvard School of Excellence HASSAN
Dr L Savitha Kautilya Vidyalaya MYSORE
Krishnamurthy.RR Nurture Mini Planet MYSORE
Nithyashree.GR Nurture Mini Planet MYSORE
Mr Sudhir St Theresa DHAR
Shalini Das St Theresa DHAR
Gauri Deolapure Unique Hindi High School MUMBAI
Mr Abdul Dayem Ansari Anjuman Behrul Uloom Urdu High School MUMBAI
Mr Aliasgar Doctor Representative of Kotak Education Foundation, NGO MUMBAI
Mr B.B. Khendkar Plus Point Merit High School MUMBAI
Mr Farhiz Panthaky Representative of Kotak Education Foundation, NGO MUMBAI
Mr Ramesh Gade Chembur Welfare Marathi Shala MUMBAI
Mr Shankar Pawar Academy of Fine Art & Craft (AFAC) MUMBAI
Mr Vinay Yadav Vinay High School MUMBAI
Mr. Kantalal Jaiswal Trombay Public School MUMBAI
Mr. Mahendra Kamble Al-Mahdi Urdu High School MUMBAI
Mr. Manohar Desai Matoshree Vidya Mandir MUMBAI
Mr. Shaikh Md. Sadique Jameel Bharat Nagar Urdu High School MUMBAI
Ms Kanchanmala Wafare Mahatma Phule Vidyalaya MUMBAI
Ms Savita Pachpute Mahatma Phule Vidyalaya MUMBAI
Ms Sneha D''Souza Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
namrata Agrawal Sanjeevani World School MUMBAI
Seema Negi Sanjeevani World School MUMBAI
Smita Birhade Unique Hindi High School MUMBAI
Farkanda Javed MS Creative School NEW DELHI
Javed Alam MS Creative School NEW DELHI
Mr. S.P.Maleyvar SHIKSHA BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL NEW DELHI
Mrs. Mamta Gupta SHIKSHA BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL NEW DELHI
Qazi mohd Miyan The scholar school NEW DELHI
RANJANA SHREE EDUCATION, DELHI NEW DELHI
Ritesh Sharma Apeejay School NEW DELHI
Sunanda Jati Prabhavati English Medium School SAMBALPUR
DAPINDER KAUR SRI GURU HARKRISHAN PUBLIC SCHOOL AMRITSAR
surinder pal singh SRI GURU HARKRISHAN PUBLIC SCHOOL AMRITSAR
Anupam Chopra The British School CHANDIGARH
Dr. Rohini Mirchandani The British School CHANDIGARH
Indu Thakur Blooms School CHANDIGARH
Khushboo Thakur Blooms School CHANDIGARH
Mr. Ranjan sethi The British School CHANDIGARH
Mr. S. K. Sharma R K International School CHANDIGARH
Mrs. Geetika kala St. Anees school CHANDIGARH
Mrs. Samina bhola The British School CHANDIGARH
Mrs.Asha Tyagi Green World School CHANDIGARH
R K Sharma The Spring Field Public School CHANDIGARH
R Singh Thakur Blooms School CHANDIGARH
VEER PRAYAS NIS PATHAN KOT PUNJAB PATHANKOT
Dr. Naval Singh Jain Shri Pragya Public School , Bijainagar , Ajmer (Rajasthan)

AJMER
Mrs . Neelam Sharma Shri Pragya Public School , Bijainagar , Ajmer (Rajasthan)

AJMER
Mrs. Anubhuti Rajawat Shri Pragya Public School , Bijainagar , Ajmer (Rajasthan)

AJMER
Mrs. Nisha Jain Pragya School, Bhinai AJMER
Ip dubey Disha delphi public school KOTA
ravi garg Disha delphi public school KOTA
S.SHAILEE NATHELLA VIDHYODAYA CHENNAI
SULOCHANA GNANASEHAR NATHELLA VIDHYODAYA CHENNAI
VEDHA SHYAM NATHELLA VIDHYODAYA CHENNAI
E.Lourdu Diana Mary.E Sri Aurobindo Mira Matric. Hr.Sec.School MADURAI
Malini Sri Aurobindo Mira Matric. Hr.Sec.School MADURAI
Ms kokila Sri Aurobindo Mira Matric. Hr. Sec. School MADURAI
Sujitha Sri Aurobindo Mira Matric. Hr.Sec.School MADURAI
Mr Henry Mountlitera Zee School TRICHY
LUBNA RIZVI DR A H RIZVI springfield SCHOOL KARARI ALLAHABAD
Md Danish Smartvision ALLAHABAD
Ms,Megha Yadav Sunbeam School FAIZABAD
Ms.ShikhaTripathy Sunbeam School FAIZABAD
Ashok Kumar Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
Jan Mohammad Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
Mradul Prata Singh Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
Rambir Singh Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
Vishal Pratap Singh Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
Kawaljeet RPM Academy GORAKHPUR
PUNAM GUPTA HERITAGE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL GORAKHPUR
RAJIV KUMAR HERITAGE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL GORAKHPUR
Suneet Kohli RPM Academy GORAKHPUR
ALKA SRIVASTAVA NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS KANPUR
Amita NLK Group of Schools KANPUR
BALWINDER SINGH GURU NANAK MODERN SCHOOL KANPUR
Himani NLK Group of Schools KANPUR
Malika Arora Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre KANPUR
Mitushi Negi Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre KANPUR
MONA SABHARWAL NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS KANPUR
POOJA SEHGAL KANYA KUBJA PUBLIC SCHOOL KANPUR
Sadhna NLK Group of Schools KANPUR
SANCHITA KAPOOR NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS KANPUR
SHOBHA DAS SHREE SANATAN DHARM EDUCATION CENTRE KANPUR
Suman Rastogi Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre KANPUR
Vartika NLK Group of Schools KANPUR
gajendra testing LUCKNOW
Harshita Spera solution LUCKNOW
Hemant Mishra ABC Public School LUCKNOW
MN Tripathi ABC Public School LUCKNOW
Mohd Ahmad Diamond Public Senior Secondary School LUCKNOW
Ritesh Pandey ABC Public School LUCKNOW
saif ansari testing LUCKNOW
SUJAN SANJAY panchshila international school LUCKNOW
Superna Verma Spera solution LUCKNOW
Anjali bajpai jaipuria school UNNAO
Anil Richharia The Aryan International school VARANASI
Ms.Sunita Rani Himalayan Public School DEHRADUN
Sunita Rawat Anunaad Public School DEHRADUN
himanshu misra OAK BUDS NAINITAL
Ranjit Singh St. xavier''s high school BANKURA
Sneha Singh St. xavier''s high school BANKURA

List of Speakers, 9th International Roundtable

ALFIE KOHN

USA

Kohn has been described in Time magazine as a "perhaps the USA's most outspoken critic of education." Kohn has been featured on hundreds of TV and radio programs, including the "Today" show and two appearances on "Opraha" He has been profiled in the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times. His books have been translated into many of the world's languages.

JAN BERKVENS

THE NETHERLANDS

Jan Berkvens (The Netherlands, 1972) works as a curriculum design and education reform specialist for theNetherlands Institute for Curriculum Development (SLO). After more than ten years of experience in secondary and higher education in the Netherlands (academic, vocational andagricultural streams), he started working as an education reform and capacity building specialist in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2006. The ministry was implementing Education for All strategies, and experienced that capacity building for all people responsible at all levels of the education system was needed.

Paul O'Shea

United Kingdom

Education Consultant, specialising in leadership development, school improvement and coaching; working primarily with schools, Local Authorities, and on government projects.
An experienced Head teacher, He has previously led three London schools. For the past seven years he has been a practicing Consultant Leader, working independently for the National College, educational companies, Local Authorities, and with individual schools.
The main areas of his work encompass: leadership development; coaching and mentoring; school self-evaluation; and as a tutor on National College programmes.
Additionally, he is a registered Ofsted inspector, a School Improvement Partner, a National Challenge Adviser and have acted as a School Regional Improvement Adviser in the West Country, supporting Local Authorities and schools in the National Challenge, and with 6th Form improvement.

Dr Jagdish Gandhi

Founder-Manager, CMS

Mr. Jagdish Gandhi founded the City Montessori School (CMS) in 1959 with only 5 students. Today, CMS is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest school by pupils with over 36,000 students on rolls. CMS has also been awarded the highly prestigious UNESCO Prize for Peace Education 2002 - the only school in the world to be honoured with this award. CMS also organizes 24 international events as part of its unique educational philosophy and hundreds of thousands of children from all over the world participate in these events every year. Consequently, the CMS educational model which believes that "School must be the Lighthouse of Society" and which upholds that nurturing spiritual awareness in children must be the central focus of all educational activities, has grown into a veritable school of thought, impacting schools and educational organisations worldwide.

Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi

Founder-Director, CMS

Mrs. Bharti Gandhi's name has become synonymous with City Montessori School and CMS Teachers' Training College in Lucknow. Her sincere devotion towards the education of children, training of teachers, upliftment of women and eradication of social evils, is widely recognized in educational circles. The CMS which she founded together with her husband, Mr. Jagdish Gandhi, now has over 35,000 students, a Guinness World Record for largest number of students in a single city.

Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

UK

Chair, Education Economics & Int. Development, Institute Of Education, London University, UK

 

 

Dr. Sunita Gandhi

INDIA

Convenor, EDWW Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA

 

 

10th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2017 Awardees List

Sr.No Name School Name City
1 Dr.Stella Pandahre Nurture International School BANGALORE
2 Tazeen Jamal Siddiqui AL-Siddiqui High school under management of GC-high school HYDERABAD LOCAL
3 Dhanunjay Vallabhaneni Silver Oaks international School HYDERABAD LOCAL
4 Dr. Vedavati Ravindra Jogi Swami Vivekanand Highschool  PUNE
5 Bhupender Singh Care International School Jaipur
6 AARTI KUMARI  JADEJA LITTLE STEPS MONTESSORI SCHOOL BHUJ
7 Dr. Naval singh Jain shri pragya public school Ajmer
8 Mrs. Neelam Sharma shri pragya public school Ajmer
9 Ex. Flt Lt Pramod Shamjois Center for Activity Oriented Learning Bangalore
10 Sanjeev Kumar Vasal GEMS Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur
11 Yachana Chawla GEMS Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur  Hoshiarpur
12 Er. J P Singh myETmyHT Language Labs NEW DELHI
13 Preeti Mannan Woodbury World School HOSHIARPUR

List of Participants, 9th International Roundtable

NAME SCHOOL NAME CITY
Arshad PVNHS HYDERABAD LOCAL
Preeti Mannan Woodbury World School HOSHIARPUR
MONCY GEORGE DAKSH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL  GADARWARA
Sudhir Das St. Theresa''s H.S. School, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh. DHAR
Shalini Das St. Theresa''s H.S. School, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh. DHAR
MS. THUSHARI KORALAGE  ASIAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL Srilanka
MICHAEL S SEBASTIAN PODAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL JAMNAGAR JAMNAGAR
Mr. Sajid Siddique Belim Rightway School BHAVNAGAR
Syed Misbahuddin Rightway School BHAVNAGAR
Ms. Fatima Begum Rightway School BHAVNAGAR
Jayant Chowdhuri Damodar Academy Nepal
Mr. Ranvir Singh Rawat Sacred Hearts Sr Sec Public School  BAREILLY
Dr. Raavee Tripathi PSIT Kanpur KANPUR
Mr. Satyabrata Sahoo Shree Gurukal English Medium School KEONJHAR
Sunita Rawat Anunaad Public School DEHRADUN
Pramila Upadhyay Kabra Memorial Public School NARSINGHPUR
Shalini Das St. Therasa’s High School DHAR
Mr Sudhir Das St. Therasa’s High School DHAR
Ms Geetanjali Ch. Jaswant Lal Public School NEW DELHI
Nishi Gupta Rattan Convent School FARIDABAD
Tazeen Jamal Siddiqui Al-Siddique High School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Reena Singh Early Years Orchid Petals GURGAON
Money George Daksh International School NARSINGHPUR
Gunendra Kumar Mishra Nutan Vidya Mandir NEW DELHI
THUSHARI KORALAGE ASIAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL Srilanka
SUMITH TENNAKOON GIGGLES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Srilanka
Neeti Kaushik K R Mangalam World School GURGAON
SUNITA SINGH CHAUHAN DPS MANESAR GURGAON
Dr. Navalsingh Jain SHRI PRAGYA PUBLIC SCHOOL, BIJAINAGAR(AJMER) AJMER
Ms. s. sharma MHS DAV CENT. PUBLIC SCHOOL - AKHNOOR AKHNOOR
Saji Mathew NMC  School GHAZIPUR
Mr. Harish Chaudhary Edify School MANDSAUR
Monika Arora Surya Academy DEORIA
Arun GCPL ORAI
vamshi Krishna Reddy Active Eductaion HYDERABAD WEST
Radhika Active Eductaion HYDERABAD WEST
Mrs. Sharmila Gopal Gahalot Krishak PrePrimary School WARDHA
Mrs. Kalpana Satish Kale Krishak PrePrimary School WARDHA
Mrs. Nilima Pravin Chore Krishak PrePrimary School WARDHA
Mrs. Bhagyashri Arvinash Mankar Krishak PrePrimary School WARDHA
VIPUL MUNJAL FIRAYALAL PUBLIC SCHOOL RANCHI
PRERNA MUNJAL FIRAYALAL PUBLIC SCHOOL RANCHI
Haneet Munjal Firayalal Public School RANCHI
Millind. S.Chippalakatti Firayalal Public School RANCHI
Ashish Kumar ITR Public School MEERUT
Madhu Sharma None HYDERABAD LOCAL
JAYASHREE NAIR SIDDHARTHA PUBLIC SCHOOL HYDERABAD
STELLA MARY PANDHARE NURTURE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGALORE
STELLA PANDHARE NURTURE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGALORE
Bindu Batra None NEW DELHI
Bindu Batra None NEW DELHI
STELLA PANDHARE NUTURE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGALORE
Seethamurty Silver Oaks International school HYDERABAD LOCAL
Rachna Sharma Silver Oaks International school HYDERABAD LOCAL
Seetha Murty silver Oaks International School  HYDERABAD LOCAL
Rachna Sharma silver Oaks International School  HYDERABAD LOCAL
M S Solanki Maharishi Vidya Manadir Schools Group BHOPAL
Mr. Rajaram Kale Subhash Chandra Bose School MUMBAI
Ms. Halima Umarali Trombay Public High School MUMBAI
Mr. M. R. Karande Shivam School MUMBAI
Mr. Jalindar Sawant Dnyan Sampada School MUMBAI
Mr. Fazalurrehman Khan Noor Ul Islam School MUMBAI
Mr, Ramesh P. Gade Chembur Welfare Marathi Shala MUMBAI
Mr. S.N. Pawar AFAC MUMBAI
Ms. Lata P. Shinde Swami Muktanand School MUMBAI
Mr. Vinay Yadav Vinay School MUMBAI
Mr. Shrirang B. Shirke Dnyan Sadhna School MUMBAI
Mr. Nivrutti J Keluskar Yashwantji Chandji Sawant Vidya mandir MUMBAI
Aliasgar Doctor Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
Farhiz Panthaky Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
Kiran Javalekar Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
Christine Gomes Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
Evangeline Manasha Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
Dr Naval Singh Jain SHRI PRAGYA PUBLIC SCHOOL, BIJAINAGAR(AJMER) AJMER
CHANCHAL MUKHERJEE CHANCHAL MUKHERJEE ETAWAH
Monika Buzarbaruah A-1 house of children GUWAHATI
Adarsh Kumar Vasavi Public school YADGIRI
Rajesh Prabhakar Prabhakar Senior Secondary School, Amritsar, Punjab AMRITSAR
Rachana Prabhakar Prabhakar Senior Secondary School, Amritsar, Punjab AMRITSAR
Shubhendu Dutta Alma Mater Day Boarding School BAREILLY
MAYURDHWAJ SINH JADEJA LITTLE STEPS MONTESSORI SCHOOL BHUJ
AARTI KUMARI JADEJA LITTLE STEPS MONTESSORI SCHOOL BHUJ
Dr Kusum Dsa The cambridge International School MANGALORE
Jyoti Prakash Singh myETmyHT Language Labs NEW DELHI
Ashish Trivedi NLK Group Of School KANPUR
Ms. Pooja Nayyar NLK Group Of School KANPUR
Ms. Sanchita Kapoor NLK Group Of School KANPUR
Yachana Chawla GEMS Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur HOSHIARPUR
Arun CMS LUCKNOW
Ankit CMS LUCKNOW
Rajni Kanta Bisht B L M Academy HALDWANI-II
Mr. K.BHARATH KUUMAR Oxaliss International School CBSE VILLUPURAM
Mrs. SHANTI BHARATH KUMAR Oxaliss International School CBSE VILLUPURAM
Mr.Bharath Kumar K Oxaliss International School CBSE VILLUPURAM
Mrs.Shanthi Bharah Kumar Oxaliss International School CBSE VILLUPURAM
MRS Reema singh madhur DPS AJMER Senior Secondary School AJMER
Manvendra M. Kanoongo Adamas knowledge city CALCUTTA
Mrs Bijaya Kumari Ojhaiya Anubhuti Education Foundation. Nepal
Mr Shreem Kumar Anubhuti Education Foundation. Nepal
Kishwar Arshad IBM High School HYDERABAD LOCAL
Manvendra M Kanoongo mics Adamas World CALCUTTA
Sachindra Bharti Bomla International Public School LUCKNOW
Lakshya Chhabaria apital Public School NEW DELHI
Smriti Yadav apital Public School NEW DELHI
Nafisa Bhinderwala Freelancer MUMBAI
Somendra Singh Rathore Camellia Kids College DHAR
Rajesh Bajaj Delhi Public School ETAWAH
Saloni Delhi Public School ETAWAH
Badini Narsimha Alpha Public School, Nalgenda NALGONDA
pqr test LUCKNOW
Anil Pathania JK Public School Kathua KATHUA
Mr. Satish Laxmanrao Moon SHIKSHANGRAM PUNE
Sumeet Arora Oxford School MUMBAI
Mrs.Roselin Christopher Kshatriya Vidhyasala Centenary School VIRUDHUNAGAR
Ashu Tyagi Scottish International school MUZAFFARNAGAR
mISS RUMAN AKABAR sophia public school BANGALORE
mirza mujeed sophia public school BANGALORE
LUBNA FATIMA DR. RIZVI SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL KARARI KAUSHAMBI ALLAHABAD
KANEEZ SAIYEDA DR. RIZVI SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL KARARI KAUSHAMBI ALLAHABAD
Sr. Anjali Carmel School BOKARO
Sr. Kirthi Kiran Holy cross school BOKARO
Dr. Manisah Potdar myNalanda Solutions PUNE
Manoj Potdar myNalanda Solutions PUNE
Dr Mohammad Sayeed Association for service to humanity BANGALORE
nitin gaur Tiny tots school AZAMGARH
jaya Gaur Tiny tots school AZAMGARH
Sandeep Janardan Rakshit Nagsen Dnyan Prasarak Mandal AMRAVATI
Anil Pathania JK Public School Kathua KATHUA
Deepak Paul Sacred Heart Sr. Sec. School Haldwani NAINITAL
Mr. Rais Ahmed SAI SHIKSHA SANSTHAN Noida
Satish Laxmanrao Moon SHIKSHANGRAM PUNE
Tina Ravindran SAI SHIKSHA SANSTHAN Noida
S. P. MALEYVAR Shakti Mandir Premwati School NEW DELHI
Manoj Potdar myNalanda Solutions PUNE
Manisha Potdar myNalanda Solutions PUNE
DrRLVRamesh NextGen International School ONGOLE
MR. BHUSHAN CHANDRA SEN GURUNG The Chandbagh School kathmandu
MR. ROSHAN BHANDARI Campion School Nepal
MR. RANJEEV KUMAR ANAND Delhi Public School Nepal
Alka Singh Police Modern School LUCKNOW
Sangeeta Lamgora Sanskar Global School PRATAPGARH
Sunanda Jati Prabhavati English Medium School SAMBALPUR
Dr Radha Dwivedi Green World Public School, Shakti Farm  Udham Singh Nagar, Uttrakhand HALDWANI-II
K.Gnana Sundari care public school GUNTUR
k.koti reddy care public school GUNTUR
Sr.Roselin St.Joseph''s high school GUNTUR
Mukesh Kumar JYOTI CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAPARA
Suman Tomar Dayawati Modi Academy RAMPUR
Ashutosh Saxena Dayawati Modi Academy RAMPUR
Neeraj k Tiwari Greenwood senior secondary school RAMPUR
Abdul Qader MS Eduction Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammed Sayeed Asociation for Service to Humainty BANGALORE
Abdul Qader MS Eduction Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammad Sayeed MS Eduction Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Abdul Qader MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammad Sayeed MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
k.kotireddy care public school NARASARAOPET
k.Gnana sundari care public school NARASARAOPET
st.Roselin care public school NARASARAOPET
Abdul Qader MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammad Sayeed MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Abdul Qader MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Mohammad Sayeed MS Education Academy HYDERABAD LOCAL
Ms. Roshni Vijayan Meridian School, Kukatpally , Hyderabad HYDERABAD WEST
Debjyoti Roy City English School ROURKELA
Anjali Carmel School BOKARO
Kithi Kiran Carmel School BOKARO
Radha Dwivedi Green World Public School DEHRADUN
Shikha Gautam Skyward Senior Secondary School ROORKEE-I
Ria Kaushik Skyward Senior Secondary School ROORKEE-I
Meenakshi Skyward Senior Secondary School ROORKEE-I
Bhavna Singh Delhi Public School ETAWAH
Vivek Yadav Delhi Public School ETAWAH
Mukesh Kumar JYOTI CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAPARA
Raghvendra Nath Shukla Aanandwan Inter College, Shakti Nagar, Pratapgarh PRATAPGARH
Reena Shukla  Aanandwan Inter College, Shakti Nagar, Pratapgarh PRATAPGARH
Preeta Khandelwal CIS BASTI
Mukesh Khandelwal CIS BASTI
MR. DIN DAYAL SHUKLA St. Peter''s School UNNAO
Linus Gellerstedt Linus Gellerstedt LUCKNOW
Latha Murthy Asia Pacific World School,Bengaluru BANGALORE
J P SIngh NA Taiwan(Japan)
Mrs. Shabih Farooqui MSB Educational Institute NAGPUR
Mrs. Rashida Hilal MSB Educational Institute NAGPUR
Omar Mustafa Khan Faizabad public school FAIZABAD
Varsha Agarwal Ryan International School SAHJAHANPUR
Raj Kamal Railway H S School, Alipurduar Junction, Alipurduar, West Bengal ALIPURDUAR
Asim Dutta Chaudhury Railway H S School, Alipurduar Junction, Alipurduar, West Bengal ALIPURDUAR
Mrs. Kalawati Sharma St. Xaviers Higher Secondary School GONDA
Sandeep Janardan Rakshit Nagsen Dnyan Prasarak Mandal AMRAVATI
HEMANT PAL SINGH JAI DURGA ACADEMY JAIPUR
geetha venkat Geeta Hifh school BANGALORE
Komla Krishna Janapriya School HYDERABAD LOCAL
anju alankrita shri ram bharti public school BAHADURGARH
Renu R. S Book  centre LUCKNOW
sudha dubey st coloumbus Inter college LUCKNOW
Nusart malliK st coloumbus Inter college LUCKNOW
devendra sanguri st coloumbus Inter college LUCKNOW
R.k verma st coloumbus Inter college LUCKNOW
ram dayal maurya Prakash Bal Vidya Mandir Inter College LUCKNOW
tripti singh Prakash Bal Vidya Mandir Inter College LUCKNOW
R.k Verma Prakash Bal Vidya Mandir Inter College LUCKNOW
sanoba siddiquii Islamia public school LUCKNOW
massod afzal Islamia public school LUCKNOW
bagmi sakeel Islamia public school LUCKNOW
Chandrima Dutta  St Xavier''s Higher Secondary School, Gonda GONDA

List of Speakers, 10th International Roundtable

JONATHAN BERGMANN

USA

21st Century Literacies Learning Innovations

Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Classroom Movement. He is leading the worldwide adoption of flipped learning through the Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) flglobal.org. He is working with governments, schools, corporations, and education non-profits. Jon has coordinated and guided flipped learning projects around the globe. Locations include: China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, the Middle East, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Canada, South America, and the United States.
Jon is the author of nine books including the bestselling book: Flip Your Classroom which has been translated into 13 languages. He is the founder of the global FlipCon conferences which are dynamic engaging events which inspire educators to transform their practice through flipped learning.
He spent 24 years as a middle and high school science teacher before becoming the lead technology facilitator for a school district in the Chicago suburbs. Jon is a master storyteller, captivating audiences around the globe. He has a knack for taking complex things and simplifying them through story and humor. Jon hosts a radio show, The Flip Side, He also has a popular YouTube Channel with over three million views.
In 2002, Jon received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching; and in 2010, he was named Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year. He serves on the advisory board for TED-Education. In 2013, was named one of Tech & Learning's 10 Most Influential People of the Year, and was also a finalist for the Brock International Prize for Education and winner for the 2013 Bammy Award presented by the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences.

JENNIFER PEI-LING TAN

SINGAPORE

Assistant Dean (Knowledge Mobilisation), Research Scientist (Creativity, 21st Century Literacies and Learning)

Dr. Jennifer Pei-Ling Tan is the Assistant Dean (Knowledge Mobilisation), Research Scientist (Creativity, 21st Century Literacies and Learning), and Co-Convenor of the Creativity and 21st Century Competencies Research Task Force at the Office of Education Research, NIE, Singapore.
Having spent the early years of her professional life in the assurance and business advisory field with firms such as Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young, Dr. Tan brings a unique combination of business, strategy and management skills to bear in her current role as an applied educational researcher and innovator.
She now has more than 15 years of professional experience working with schools, governments and industry partners to design, implement, and evaluate technology-enhanced teaching and learning initiatives, across public and private, national and international K-12 and tertiary education sectors in Singapore and Australia.
She holds a strong research portfolio in competitive funding and government-commissioned project. Dr. Tan�s expertises in learning innovations, research methods has led to a number of invited keynotes and speaking engagements in Singapore and internationally, in both academic and industry settings.
These include education innovations for 21st century learning outcomes (IGE, 2013), the potential of big data and learning analytics for transforming teaching and learning (WISE, 2013), and assessing and fostering collaborative creativity and criticality in learners (MOE, 2014; AHS, 2015; NAS, 2015).
private investment firm where she led a small team of educationists to develop, implement and evaluate a suite of curriculum and teacher professional development products aimed at fostering creativity and well-being in learners in low-income Asian countries.
She has served as Global Research Manager at the International Baccalaureate Organisation, a leading not-for-profit education foundation committed to developing internationally-minded and well-rounded young people. Her area of work includes global evaluation studies to examine the impact of IB educational programmes on student learning outcomes and teacher pedagogical practices.
From 2004-2010, as Research Fellow and Manager of the Creative Workforce 2.0 Program at theAustralian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) in the Queensland University of Technology, Dr. Tan managed several government-contracted and industry-funded projects to implement and evaluate a range of techno-pedagogical and curriculum innovations aimed at promoting creativity and new literacies in students.
In her various roles, she has worked with learners and teachers from a wide range of socio-economic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds, including various marginalised groups such as academically at-risk learners in Singapore and Australia, young refugee and rural migrants from Africa, India and People's Republic of China.
She is deeply the passionate about improving learning and life outcomes of all young people through transformative education.

Dr. David Franklin

USA

Proper Assessment of Student Learning

Topic he is speaking on:Proper assessment of student learning and the attributes of a strong, 21st century school leader.
An Experienced School Admin, twice Principal of the Year, Professor of Ed, Ed Tech Pro, Curriculum Designer, School Board Member, Blogger, Speaker & presenter!
He is the CEO of The Principal's Desk, an experienced school administrator. Dr. Franklin has presented at national and international education conferences and conducts school and district professional development sessions.
He has Administrative and Teaching experience in primary and secondary schools . He is an experienced Adjunct Professor for several universities .
In working together with teachers, parents, community members and students at both the elementary and secondary levels, he has been able to focus learning on site developed goals and created an atmosphere of learning among his students that generated a significant increase in API; increase attendance rates; created Professional Learning Communities focused on academic achievement; implemented a site-based ELD Plan; developed and implemented a strong and successful Response to Intervention model; and increased instructional technology used in classrooms.
He was selected as an ACSA Principal of the Year for the Alum Rock Union Elementary District as well as one of the California League of Middle School's Educator of the Year. Recipient of Mt. Diablo Administrator of the Year award,2014.
Additionally, he works with several universities teaching and designing education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of teacher education, educational leadership, research methods and leadership ethics.

AMIT GOYAL

INDIA

Innovation Specialist EdX India

Amit Goyal, in his new role as the edX India Country Head, will spearhead growth and drive momentum in India with a key focus on strategic alliances and corporate partnerships. Additionally, he will develop and deepen corporate and institute partnerships seeking innovative education options, such as blended learning environments, and cutting-edge technologies
Prior to joining edX, He was with Samsung India Electronics where he managed the education solutions business, creating new products and enabling learning and assessments on secure mobility platforms for enterprises, institutes and universities.
He was also the Vice President of Platform Strategy for Datawind Inc., the makers of Aakash Tablet for Ministry of HRD- Govt. of India and was responsible for adding world-class edutainment content on the cheapest PC tablet in the world. In addition to his strong industry experience,
Amit Goyal, edX India Country Head, added, "I am extremely delighted to be working with edX, I truly believe in its mission and vision of empowering learners and professionals of India. I am proud to take this mission forward as we collaborate with India's educational institutions and corporate networks to strengthen the profiles of edX learners around the world."
He holds a Master's degree in Business from Oxford Brookes University-Oxford, U.K. and a bachelor's degree in IT from BVP, India along-with various business and networking certifications.

RACHNA SHARMA

INDIA

Vice Principal, Silver Oaks - The School of Hyderabad

Rachna is Vice Principal at the Silver Oak School, Hyderabad. She has been in the field of education for the last 18 years. She works towards "inspiring young minds" and derives immense satisfaction by transforming young students into inquisitive learners. The joy of transforming impressionable minds into reflecting and learning young adolescents is unparalleled and gives her a sense of fulfilment. She strives to create learning environments where action-learning happens, with both hearts and minds, so that the learners grow with greater self awareness, independence & empathy for the world around them.
She believes in constant learning and continuous upgrading of skills for sustainability in a fast changing environment. She has attended various workshops in India and abroad, including from Harvard and Berkeley Universities. She has been a military leader's spouse and champions the need for adaptability, learning agility and self reliance. Being a mother of an adult daughter and an adolescent son keeps her rooted to the challenges that our youth and their parents face each day.

MELANIE KELLS

CANADA

Canadian International School Bangalore., St. Thomas University (CA)

"Learn to do by doing" is the motto of 4-H, a youth organisation that Melanie was actively involved in from age nine to twenty-one. It is her philosophy of teaching, too. She believes that modelling what you would like others to do is the best way to achieve results, whether with students or colleagues. She make mistakes, she admits them, and she hopes that her students would do the same.
Teaching, living, and experiencing the cultures of the Canada, United Arab Emirates, China, South Korea, and India since 1997 has allowed Melanie to teach science in a meaningful and purposeful way. Melanie currently lives in Bangalore, India with Shane and their children, Spenser and Braelyn. Since August 2011, she has been the Dean of Studies at Canadian International School Bangalore and has helped to implement a one to one iPads learning environment for students in grade 6-12.

SEETHA MURTY

INDIA

Director Education- Silver Oaks International Schools ( Hyderabad Bangalore Visakhapatnam )

"Destiny of a country begins in its classrooms", is the belief Seetha Murty brings into the learning programs of Silver Oaks International Schools.
She joined Silver Oaks Hyderabad as Principal in 2005 and emerged as Director Education.Having worked in Delhi, Mumbai and Shillong, she comes with diverse experiences and multiple perspectives on Indian education system and the Boards.
With the unique advantage of having taught from pre primary to Grade XII in CBSE Schools across India, she is thorough with National curriculum Framework and it's interpretations by different boards in all subjects at all year levels. Exposure to multicultural, social and geographical fabric of India, enables her to understand the context of schools, aspirations of parents and the needs of students.
By introducing International Baccalaureate program in Silver Oaks, she leveraged the potential of teachers and students to be high performers with a clear profile of character and competence.
Curriculum and Instructional design, teacher training, academic administration, team building and strategic management are her skills. As a leader, she inspires students, teachers, parents and the community professionally and personally. Times of India recognized her as one of the top 3 leaders in the state, in the Lead India Contest.
With Masters in Education and Masters in Political Science, Courses with Harvard and Stanford Universities, many IB workshops, and continuous study on past, present and future of education, she calls herself as the Principal Learner at Silver Oaks.
In recognition of her abilities, IBO selected her to be trained as International educator and she now trains Heads and teachers of International Schools in the Asia Pacific Region. She also inspects International Schools in their PYP standards and practices.
She travelled to Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, to give talks, presentations or conduct training programs at IBO conferences and IB Schools. Visit to schools in Australia motivated her to create a research centre in Silver Oaks and encourage research based teaching and learning through cognitive methods.
As a speaker at three TEDx events, writer, blogger and passionate Himalayan trekker, she makes life a colorful canvas. Taking inspiration from Gandhiji's maxim, "you be the change you wish to see in the world", she creates Silver Oaks Schools as eco systems for inspired learning.

10th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2017 Awardees List

Sr.No Name School Name City
1 Anjali bajpai jaipuria school UNNAO
2 BALWINDER SINGH GURU NANAK MODERN SCHOOL KANPUR
3 Dr Ravi Kumar L P Harvard School of Excellence HASSAN
4 Dr. Naval Singh Jain Shri Pragya Public School , Bijainagar , Ajmer (Rajasthan)

AJMER
5 E.Lourdu Diana Mary.E Sri Aurobindo Mira Matric. Hr.Sec.School MADURAI
6 Jyoti kohli Gobind international school FARIDABAD
7 Mr Abdul Dayem Ansari Anjuman Behrul Uloom Urdu High School MUMBAI
8 Mr Henry Mountlitera Zee School TRICHY
9 Mr Ramesh Gade Chembur Welfare Marathi Shala MUMBAI
10 Mr Shankar Pawar Academy of Fine Art & Craft (AFAC) MUMBAI
11 Mr Vinay Yadav Vinay High School MUMBAI
12 Mr. Kantalal Jaiswal Trombay Public School MUMBAI
13 Mr. Mahendra Kamble Al-Mahdi Urdu High School MUMBAI
14 Mr. Manohar Desai Matoshree Vidya Mandir MUMBAI
15 Mr. S. K. Sharma R K International School CHANDIGARH
16 Mr. Shaikh Md. Sadique Jameel Bharat Nagar Urdu High School MUMBAI
17 Mradul Prata Singh Ramnath Singh Inter College FEROZABAD
18 Mrs. Anubhuti Rajawat Shri Pragya Public School , Bijainagar , Ajmer (Rajasthan)

AJMER
19 Mrs.Asha Tyagi Green World School CHANDIGARH
20 Ms Kanchanmala Wafare Mahatma Phule Vidyalaya MUMBAI
21 Ms Savita Pachpute Mahatma Phule Vidyalaya MUMBAI
22 Mukheem Akhtar MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
23 Nithyashree.GR Nurture Mini Planet MYSORE
24 Nuzhat Sofi MS Creative School HYDERABAD LOCAL
25 Pramanand mahto Jeto mehto memorial public school BOKARO
26 Ritesh Sharma Apeejay School NEW DELHI
27 Seema Negi Sanjeevani World School MUMBAI
28 Suneet Kohli RPM Academy GORAKHPUR
29 Syed Burhan Huda National School BANGALORE
30 SULOCHANA GNANASEHAR NATHELLA VIDHYODAYA CHENNAI

Programme And Theme

DAY 1 : Thursday, 10 September

THEME: EDUCATION WE WANT

8:00 to 8:30 : REGISTRATION
8:30 to 9:30 : INAUGURAL SESSION
  • Welcome of the Chief Guest
  • Prayers
  • Lighting of the lamp
  • Visual Media Presentation on Ed-Leadership (video)
  • Welcome and Introduction of Speakers
9:30 to 10:30 : ICE BREAKING
10:30 to 12:30 : PANEL DISCUSSION : CREATING POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE / PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOL SUCCESS
 
  • Vicki Zakrzewski, Education Director, Greater Good Science Center, University of California at Berkeley
    Using the science of a meaningful life to build a positive school culture.
  • Shun Wing NG, Professor, Department of Education Policy and Leadership, Hong Kong Institute of Education
12:30 to 13:30 PRESS CONFERENCE AND GROUP PHOTOGRAPH
13:30 to 14:15 LUNCH
14:15 to 15:15 INNOVATIVE EXPERIENCES FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY
 
  • Sharing by Principals attending the Conference
    Chaired by Ms Seetha Murty, Principal Silver Oak School, Bangalore
15:15 to 15:45 PRESENTATION OF VALUES
15:45 to 17:00 SIMULTANEOUS SESSIONS
17:30 to 18:30 LESSONS FROM PISA AND ITS IMPLICATION
  Andreas Schleicher, Architect of PISA Examinations
18:30 MUSICAL EVENING BY THE POOL SIDE FOLLOWED BY DINNER
   
   

DAY 2 : FRIDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER

THEME: NEXT BEYOND THE BEST

8:00 to 8:30 : ASSEMBLY
8:30 to 11:15 : PANEL DISCUSSION: FINLAND & ITS MOST RECENT INNOVATIONS
 
  • Irmeli Halinen, Head of Curriculum Development, Finnish National Board of Education, Finland
    Finnish education system and curriculum reform - building the future
  • Mari-Paullina Vainikainen, Project Manager, Centre for Educational Assessment, University of Helsinki, Finland
    Learning to learn, critical thinking and assessment in the new curriculum
  • Pirjo Koivula, Counsellor of Curriculum Development, Finnish National Board of Education, Helsinki, Finland
    How to support learning - new curricular guidelines and challenges
    Chaired by Prof Geeta Kingdon, Chair, Education Economics and International Development, London University, UK
11:15 to 13:15 : LEADING WITH A NEW VISION OF EDUCATION
 
  • Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder Manager, City Montessori Schools
  • Dr Fred Mednick, Founder, Teachers Without Borders, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University, School of Education
13:15 to 14:00 : ALL RELIGIONS PRAYER
14:00 to 14:45 : LUNCH
14:45 to 16:45 : PANEL DISCUSSION : ADDRESSING LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN ICELANDIC SCHOOLS, CREATING INCLUSIVE LEARNING SPACES
 
  • Hanna Ragnarsdottir, Professor, School of Education, University of Iceland
  • Susan Rafik Hama, Ph.D. Student, School of Education, University of Iceland
16:45 to 18:00 : DOING THINGS DIFFERENTLY IN EDUCATION
 
  • Dr Sunita Gandhi, Ph.D., Cambridge University, UK, Convenor, Ed Leadership
18:00 : CULTURAL EVENING - AWADH KI SHAAM
19:00 : DINNER BY THE POOL SIDE

SATURDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER

THEME: SERVICE LEARNING

7:30 to 8:00 : REGISTRATION
8:00 to 9:45 : INAUGURAL SESSION
 
  • Welcome and Lighting of the Lamp
  • Assembly
  • Address by, Shri Alok Ranjan, Chief Secretary, UP
9:45 to 11:45 : PANEL DISCUSSION
 
  • Illiteracy and the Role of Education, anchored by Dr Sunita Gandhi
11:45 to 12:00 : GLOBAL DREAM, AN INSPIRATIONAL VIDEO
12:00 to 13:00 : Rina Ray: Policy Implications, Anchored by G.B. Pattanaik
13:00 to 14:00 : LUNCH
14:00 to 14:30 :  
 
  • Cultural Presentation and Video
  • Launching of the Global Dream Mobile App
14:30 to 15:15 : CSR and Media Panel
15:15 to 16:15 : HONORING CEREMONY
 
  • Shabana Azmi
    CATEGORY A Innovation in Process Fellowships and Awards
    CATEGORY B Global Dream Participation Awards
  • Principals
  • Schools
  • Coordinators
16:15 to 16:45 : FEEDBACK FROM PARTICIPANTS
16:45 to 17:30 : VOTE OF THANKS
 
  • By Dr Mrs Bharti Gandhi, Child Psychologist
17:30 : SITE SEEING AND SHOPPING
 
  • Buses depart by 6:00. Please board the buses by 5:45 pm.

List of Participants, 8th International Roundtable

SR.NO NAME SCHOOL NAME CITY
1 Nita Arora Sri Venkateshwar International School New Delhi
2 Renu Sharma Indirapuram Public School Ghaziabad
3 Niyas Ahmed Ideal School Mayiladutjurai
4 Imrana Farvin Ideal School Mayiladutjurai
5 Ms. Ashoka Sarma Bal Bhartis Public School Guwahati
6 Sudhanshu Shekhar K.L.International School Meerut
7 Rasika Dasture South Point School Nagpur
8 Suruchi Naik South Point School Nagpur
9 Deepali Dani South Point School Nagpur
10 Anupama Sharma Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School Bhopal
11 Kalpana Sharma Tirupati Public School New Delhi
12 Aditi Tiwari Nlk Group Of Schools Kanpur
13 Nisha Mishra Nlk Group Of Schools Kanpur
14 Kawaljeet Kaur Nlk Group Of Schools Kanpur
15 Patak Vasant Kumar Kantilal Pathak Schools Rajkot
16 Pathak Disha Vasantkumar Pathak Schools Rajkot
17 Joshi Hetal Bipin Bhai Pathak Schools Rajkot
18 Ravinder Birdie Shree Mahaprabhu Public School & College Allahabad
19 Dr. Dharmendra Sharma Mount Litera Zee School Etawah
20 Tanusri Bhattacharya A.K Children Academy Ghaziabad
21 Bindu Batra Sparkle Minds New Delhi
22 Jyoti Kohli Gobind International School Faridabad
23 Farwa Hussain Loyals Fatima Academy Amroha
24 Ritul Munjal Firayalal Public School Ranchi
25 Haneet Munjal Firayalal Public School Ranchi
26 Hima Doshi Ajmera Global School Mumbai
27 Pushpalata Ajit Ajmera Global School Mumbai
28 Nisha Bhatia Ajmera Global School Mumbai
29 D V Sharma Woodbury World School Dasua
30 Babita Chaudhary Woodbury World School Dasua
31 Harsh Sharma Woodbury World School Dasua
32 Ketan Vyas Shree New Vidhya Vihar School For Girls Ahmedabad Local
33 Subhodip Dey Gyan Niketan School Patna
34 Pawan Kumar Mishra Gyan Niketan School Patna
35 Romila Poddar Kalyani Central Model School Kalyani
36 Lisa Roy Choudhury Kalyani Central Model School Kalyani
37 Sujata Pandey Das Kalyani Central Model School Kalyani
38 Dr.Navalsingh Jain Shri Pragya Public School Ajmer
39 Seema Chitlangia Bridgeford School Ranchi
40 Ms.Arpita Majumdar Jingle Bell School Faizabad Faizabad
41 Ms.Anupama Tripathi Jingle Bell School Faizabad Faizabad
42 Vidya Ratna Ln.Dr.Komati Reddy Gopal Reddy Lotus Lab Public School Hyderabad Local
43 Sumeet Oxford International School Pune
44 Seetha Murty Silver Oaks The School Of Hyderabad Hyderabad East
45 Rachna Sharma Silver Oaks The School Of Hyderabad Hyderabad East
46 P S Kalra International Public School Bhopal
47 Mr.S.Lourdu Swamy St.Mary Champion H.S School Indore
48 Mrs.Isabel Swamy St.Mary Champion H.S School Indore
49 Prof. Dr.V.V.Rao Marvel Kids Hyderabad Local
50 Ramesh M Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
51 Vidhyavathy N Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
52 Jeyanthi. P Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
53 Umamaheswari R Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
54 Hemalatha S. M. Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
55 Hema U Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
56 Simon Coelho St. John''S School Chandigarh
57 Shawn Tims The Espee Global School Roorkee-I
58 Aniruddha Kar The Espee Global School Roorkee-I
59 R. Singh Mann Akhil Bharatiya Sr. Sec. School Kaithal
60 Shekhar Saxena Little Angels High School Gwalior
61 Anjali Minhas Little Angels High School Gwalior
62 Vishal Bhatia New Digamber Public School Indore
63 Rekha Abraham New Digamber Public School Indore
64 Monika Tulsi Public School Ambala
65 Seema Tulsi Public School Ambala
66 Priyanka Tulsi Public School Ambala
67 Sunita Tulsi Public School Ambala
68 Anita Tulsi Public School Ambala
69 Tarun Bhattacharyya Durgapur M.A.M.C Township Modern High School Durgapur
70 Sonia Maheshwari Durgapur M.A.M.C Township Modern High School Durgapur
71 Ramendra Nath Chakraborty Durgapur M.A.M.C Township Modern High School Durgapur
72 Dr.R.Anita S.D.H.Jain Vidyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
73 R.Vijayakumari S.D.H.Jain Vidyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
74 Anto Jacob Podar World School Jaipur
75 Preeta Pillai Podar World School Jaipur
76 Mrs Navneeta Passi Nirmal Sagar Public School Jal Andhar
77 Nayana Rastogi Podar World School Vadodara
78 Rekha Shah Podar World School Vadodara
79 Shaji Mathew Podar World School Vadodara
80 Shilpa Raghunvshi Podar World School Nagpur
81 Ganesh Thaware Podar World School Nagpur
82 Bindu Iyer Podar World School Nagpur
83 Keka Chakrabrothy Podar World School Mumbai
84 Nidhi Kapoor Podar World School Mumbai
85 Mrs Meenu Sood Heritage Public School Sangrur
86 Rajashree Kakade Padamshree. Dr. Dy. Patil Academ''S Shantiniketan Kolhapur
87 Jayshree Jadhav Padamshree. Dr. Dy. Patil Academ''S Shantiniketan Kolhapur
88 Manisha Patil Padamshree. Dr. Dy. Patil Academ''S Shantiniketan Kolhapur
89 Geeta Shetty Padamshree. Dr. D.Y. Patil Academy''S, Shantiniketan Kolhapur
90 Shilpa Vankudre Padamshree. Dr. D.Y. Patil Academy''S, Shantiniketan Kolhapur
91 Arushi Deo Chitkara International School Chandigarh
92 Kiran Kumari Chitkara International School Chandigarh
93 Viraf Pesuna Rustomjie International School Jalgaon
94 Kashmra Pesuna Rustomjie International School Jalgaon
95 Burjjin Pesuna Rustomjie International School Jalgaon
96 Hamendra Singh Dawaan Dehradun World School Dehradun
97 Ms Kamaljeet Yadav Subodh Public School Jaipur
98 Sr.Soji Jacob Kilbil Stjoseph''S High School Nasikcity
99 Anju Sharma Happy Days School Shivpuri
100 Sr.Floropia Borges Kilbil Stjoseph''S High School Nasikcity
101 Makshir Alam Modern Progressive School Hazaribagh
102 Saddam Husain Modern Progressive School Hazaribagh
103 Ramya Konuri Intel High School Hyderabad Local
104 Usha Bahadur Baug-E-Jamshed School Jamshedpur
105 Manish Tandon Creations School Bareilly
106 Sudha Choudhary Ongc Community School Lucknow
107 Raghu Nis Hassan Hassan
108 Vishal Sharma Sfal Foundation Ahmedabad Local
109 Harish Kumar Sharma Pragyan Public School Ghaziabad
110 Rajat Sirothiya Pragyan Public School Ghaziabad
111 Shalini Gupta Pragyan Public School Ghaziabad
112 Priyanka Sharma Pragyan Public School Ghaziabad
113 Mrs. Ranjita Rao The Global Edge School Hyderabad Local
114 Dr. Prasad Rao E Paramita High School Karimnagar
115 Mrs. Mamta Gupta Shiksha Bharati Public School New Delhi
116 Mr. S.P.Maleyvar Shiksha Bharati Public School New Delhi
117 Mrs. Anita Pauline Dey W. H. Smith Memorial School Varanasi
118 Mr. Pradip Kumar Dey W. H. Smith Memorial School Varanasi
119 Ms. Yachana Chawla Gems Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur
120 Anjana Unnikrishnan The Choice School Ernakulam
121 Mo.A.Latif Khan Ms Education Academy Hyderabad Local
122 Syed Misbahuddin Ms Education Academy Hyderabad Local
123 Nuzhat Sofi Khan Ms Education Academy Hyderabad Local
124 Dr. Milind.S.Chippalakatti Deeksha Network Bangalore
125 Santhosh. S.V Deeksha Network Bangalore
126 Indranil Gupta O.P.Jindal School,Urjanagar,Tamnar Raigarh
127 Sisi George Vidyashilp Academy Bangalore
128 Dina R Vidyashilp Academy Bangalore
129 Mala Bhargava Vidyashilp Academy Bangalore
130 Ms. Meenakshi Kashyap Rainbow International School Kangra
131 Mrs. Namita Walia Rainbow International School Kangra
132 Mr. Jalindar Patangrao Sawant Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
133 Mr. Manohar B Desai Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
134 Evangeline Manasha Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
135 Mohd. Fazalurrehman Khan Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
136 Manohar Ramdas Karande Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
137 T.N Chavan Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
138 Halima Umarali Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
139 Mr Shingade Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
140 Mrs. Rohini Madhukar Kamble Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
141 Mr. Kale Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
142 Abhijeet Bist Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
143 Farhiz P Panthaky Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
144 Ishita Chandra Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
145 Santosh Kumar Paradise Children Academy Bhabhua
146 Nalla Prasanna Kumari Blooming Buds High School Nizamabad
147 Sucherita Depa Blooming Buds High School Nizamabad
148 Mrs. Rita P Taneja S V Public School Jaipur
149 Mrig Nainy Arya Maharishi Patanjali Allahabad
150 Dr. Suryakant Jha Mpvm-Gangagurukulam Allahabad
151 Seema Singh Patanjali Rishikul Allahabad
152 Dr. S.P. Singh Bill Clinton School Rampur
153 Saumya Nis Hassan Hassan
154 Saher M.A. Sayed T T Sr Sec School Faizabad
155 Tamanna Madnani T T Sr Sec School Faizabad
156 Jaya Singh Dp Public School Allahabad
157 Anjali Gaur Dp Public School Allahabad
158 Jameel Khan Wecan Kindersley School Jaipur
159 Tasneem Saif My World School Bhopal
160 Saif Alam My World School Bhopal
161 Damanjeet Kaur American School Amritsar
162 Harmoor Kaur American School Amritsar
163 Ravi Sher Singh American School Amritsar
164 Devendra Dang Apart From Skool Kanpur
165 Priya Srivastava Apart From Skool Kanpur
166 Paritosh Kalra Pragyan Sthali Saharanpur
167 Gaurav Srivastava Pragyan Sthali Saharanpur
168 Varsha Shah Rainbow Kids Campus Mumbai
169 Ashish Kumar E T R Public School Meerut
170 Harish Choudhary Singhania Education Institute Sitapur
171 P.Mohan Chandar National Model Matric. Hr. Sec. School Coimbatore
172 R.Baby National Model Matric. Hr. Sec. School Coimbatore
173 Arnwaz Havewala Baroda Lions Club Education Trust Vadodara
174 Dinesh Pundir Green Field Academy Saharanpur
175 Kumud Pundir Green Field Academy Saharanpur
176 Bharti Tanweer NIS Chickmanglor Bangalore
177 Srinivas K. Naidu Indian School Muscut Oman
178 Jacob Zacharias Indian School Muscut Oman
179 Priya Murali Indian School Muscut Oman
180 Nishchay Jha K H Memorial Senior Secondary School Bhilai
181 Vibha Jha K H Memorial Senior Secondary School Bhilai
182 Dr Sp Singh Bill Clinton School Saharanpur
183 Mrs Kavita Sangih St. Agm Convent Public School Saharanpur Saharanpur
184 Mrs Azad Singh St. Agm Convent Public School Saharanpur Saharanpur
185 Ss Singh City International School Lucknow
186 Benu Singh City International School Lucknow
187 Mr Pathak City International School Lucknow
188 Fauzia Khan Nawazgirls Public School Deoband Saharanpur
189 Alexius Dhungel Greendale Senior Secondary School Gangtok
190 Nindiya Pradhan Greendale Senior Secondary School Gangtok
191 Raghu C R Nurture International School, Hassan Bangalore
192 Soumya Raghu Nurture International School, Hassan Bangalore
193 Rachana Srivastava City International School Lucknow
194 Afreen Nisar City International School Lucknow
195 Nikhat Fatima City International School Lucknow
196 Noorina Khan City International School Lucknow
197 Sumbul Zaidi City International School Lucknow
198 Aisha City International School Lucknow
199 Khuzaimah Siddiq City International School Lucknow
200 Kalpana Khurrana City International School Lucknow
201 Shariba Khan City International School Lucknow
202 Richa City International School Lucknow
203 Dr. Sanjay Sebastian Marandi Oxford Central School Dumka

List of Speakers, 8th International Roundtable

Ms. Irmeli Halinen

FINLAND

Head of the Curriculum Development, Finnish National Board of Education(FNBE)

Andreas Schleicher

France / Germany

Andreas Schleicher is Director for Education and Skills, and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.

Hanna Ragnarsdottir

ICELAND

Professor School of Education University Of Iceland

Susan Rafik Hama

NEW ZEALAND

School of Education, University of Iceland

Vicki Zakrzewski

USA

Education Director of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkele

Professor Shun-Wing NG

HONG KONG

Department of Education Policy and Leadership, Hong Kong Institute of Education

 

Pirjo Koivula

FINLAND

Counsellor of Education Curriculum Development Unit, Finnish National Board of Education, Helsinki

 

Dr. Fred Mednick

USA

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education After more than 20 years as a teacher and principal, Dr. Fred Mednick founded Teachers Without Borders (TWB) in 2000.

 

Mari-Pauliina

FINLAND

MA (Psychology), postgraduate student (Special Education), Project manager Centre for Educational Assessment University of Helsinki, Finland

 

Alok Ranjan

India

Alok Ranjan has over 30 years of experience in administrative services. A Delhi University student and a alumnus of IIM(A), Alok Ranjan belongs to the 1978 batch of the IAS.

Raj Shekhar

District Magistrate, Lucknow

Mr. Gopabandhu Pattanaik

India

Co-Chairperson, India Literacy Board,Lucknow

Reena Ray

INDIA

Reena Ray, Addtional Secretary, Dept. of School Education and Literacy,

 

 

Dr Jagdish Gandhi

Founder-Manager, CMS

Mr. Jagdish Gandhi founded the City Montessori School (CMS) in 1959 with only 5 students. Today, CMS is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest school by pupils with over 36,000 students on rolls. CMS has also been awarded the highly prestigious UNESCO Prize for Peace Education 2002 - the only school in the world to be honoured with this award. CMS also organizes 24 international events as part of its unique educational philosophy and hundreds of thousands of children from all over the world participate in these events every year. Consequently, the CMS educational model which believes that "School must be the Lighthouse of Society" and which upholds that nurturing spiritual awareness in children must be the central focus of all educational activities, has grown into a veritable school of thought, impacting schools and educational organisations worldwide.

Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi

Founder-Director, CMS

Mrs. Bharti Gandhi's name has become synonymous with City Montessori School and CMS Teachers' Training College in Lucknow. Her sincere devotion towards the education of children, training of teachers, upliftment of women and eradication of social evils, is widely recognized in educational circles. The CMS which she founded together with her husband, Mr. Jagdish Gandhi, now has over 35,000 students, a Guinness World Record for largest number of students in a single city.

Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

UK

Chair, Education Economics & Int. Development, Institute Of Education, London University, UK

 

 

Dr. Sunita Gandhi

INDIA

Convenor, EDWW Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA

 

 

8th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2015 "Category A" Innovation In-Process Fellowship

Sr.No Name School Name City
1 Saher M.A. Sayed T T Sr Sec School Faizabad
2 Mrs. Rita P Taneja S V Public School Jaipur
3 Vishal Sharma Sfal Foundation Ahmedabad Local
4 Renu Sharma Indirapuram Public School Ghaziabad
5 Tamanna Madnani T T Sr Sec School Faizabad
6 Srinivas K. Naidu Indian School Muscut Oman
7 Rasika Dasture South Point School Nagpur
8 Ravinder Pal Kaur Birdie Shree Mahaprabhu Public School & College Allahabad
9 Vidya Ratna Ln.Dr.Komati Reddy Gopal Reddy Lotus Lab Public School Hyderabad Local
10 Mohd. Fazalurrehman Khan Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
11 Indranil Gupta O.P.Jindal School,Urjanagar,Tamnar Raigarh
12 Mr. Kale Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
13 Shaji Mathew Podar World School Vadodara
14 Ganesh Thaware Podar World School Nagpur

8th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2015 "Category B" Innovation Awards

Sr.No Name School Name City
1 Ms. Yachana Chawla Gems Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur
2 Rekha Abraham New Digamber Public School Indore
3 Mrs. Mamta Gupta Shiksha Bharati Public School New Delhi
4 Kalpana Sharma Tirupati Public School New Delhi
5 Mrs Meenu Sood Heritage Public School Sangrur
6 Preeta Pillai Podar World School Jaipur
7 Nalla Prasanna Kumari Blooming Buds High School Nizamabad
8 Kumud Pundir Green Field Academy Saharanpur
9 Imrana Farvin Ideal School Mayiladutjurai
10 Ms Kamaljeet Yadav Subodh Public School Jaipur
11 Priya Murali Indian School Muscut Oman
12 Chavan Tanaji Namdev Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
13 Anto Jacob Podar World School Jaipur
14 Bindu Batra Sparkle Minds New Delhi
15 Hemalatha S. M. Tvs Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai
16 Harish Choudhary Singhania Education Institute Sitapur
17 Mr. Manohar B Desai Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
18 Hamendra Singh Dawaan Dehradun World School Uttarakhand
19 GEETA SHETTY PADAMSHREE. DR. D.Y. PATIL ACADEMY''S, SHANTINIKETAN Maharashtra

8th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2015 "Category C" Outstanding Contribution To Education Awards

1 Late Mrs. Shireen Dotiwala    
2 Mr. Fred Mednick    
3 Ms. Vicky    
4 Ms. Pirjo    
5 Ms. Irmeli    
6 Mr. Shun Wing    
7 Ms. Mari    
8 Ms. Hannah    
9 Ms. Susan    

Programme And Theme

Delegates are requested to arrive on September 5th and leave after the programmed on the 8th of September. Programme begins each day at 8 am and ends at 6 pm on Day 1 and Day 2. Site Seeing on day 3 is after the official programme ends at 5 pm. Chicken and other local handicrafts will be made available at the venue itself.

Day 1

6th September, 2014

Theme –EDUCATION WE WANT

8:00 to 8:30 - REGISTRATION

8:30 to 9:30 - INAUGURAL SESSION - Mayor of Lucknow, Dr Dinesh Sharma

  • Chief Guest - Mayor of Lucknow, Dr Dinesh Sharma
  • Prayers
  • Lighting of the lamp
  • Visual Media Presentation on Ed-Leadership
  • Welcome and Introduction of Speakers

 

9:30 to 10:30 - ICE BREAKING SESSION

  • Conducted by the Children of City International School

 

10:30 to 1:30 - Case Studies of World's Top Performing Countries

  • Ms Pirjo Koivula, Counsellor of Education, Finnish National
  • Board of Education Finland
  • Dr Manu Kapoor, Learning Sciences Lab, N.I.E., Singapore
  • Mr Louka Parry, Principal, Munich Anangu School, Australia

 

1:30 to 2:15 - PRESS CONFERENCE AND GROUP PHOTOGRAPH

2:15 to 3:00 - LUNCH

3:00 to 4:00 - Hands-on English / Maths by Mr Bob Barata-Lorton

  • President, Center for Innovation in Education, U.S.A

Buses Depart by 5:30. Please Board by 5:15 at the Front Gate near CISV Building.

6:00 - RECEPTION AT CMS GOMTI NAGAR, CAMPUS I

  • Model Class Presentation followed by Dinner

DAY 2

7th September, 2014

Theme – NEXT BEYOND THE BEST

8:00 to 8:30 - Assembly by children of City International School

8:30 to 11:00 - EDUCATION WE WANT

  • Nurjahan Begum, Managing Director at Grameen Shiksha, New Innovations
  • Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Broader Bolder Education
  • Dr Fred Mednick, Founder, Teachers Without Borders, Education Leadership

 

11:00 to 1:15 - EVIDENCE BASED LEARNING

  • Ms Mari Pauliina, Project Manager, Centre for Educational Assessment, Helsinki University Finland
  • Shaun Hawthorne, Visible Learning Plus, New Zealand World's Largest Meta-Analysis
  • Prof Geeta Kingdon, Chair, Education Economics and International, Development, London University, UK

 

1:30 to 2:15 - PRESS CONFERENCE AND GROUP PHOTOGRAPH FOLLOWED BY LUNCH

  • Visit to the Resource Room and Exhibits

 

2:15 to 3:15 - Ipsative Assessment Why & What

  • Gwenyth Hughes, Prof., Institutive of Education, London, UK

 

3:15 to 4:15 - The Game of Mind to Cure the Body

  • Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chaudhary, Guinness World Record Holder for Memory

 

7:00 - Dinner by the pool side

DAY 3

8th September, 2014

Theme – SERVICE LEARNING

8:00 to 8:30 - PRAYER ASSEMBLY

8:30 to 9:30 - Launch of 'Each one reach and teach at least one' Campaign

9:30 to 12:00 - SERVICE LEARNING - Panel Discussion

  • Nurjahan Begum, Experience of Grameen Shiksha, Bangladesh
  • Dr Sunita Gandhi, The Missing Component
  • Susmita Basu, Literacy Campaign, Service Component at CMS
  • Louka Parry, A Broader Perspective, Australia
  • Dr Kiran Bedi, Reforming India Through Literacy

 

12:00 to 1:00 - Interaction with the Learners and Mentors

  • Cultural Programme

 

1:00 to 2:00 - Press Conference followed by Lunch

 

2:00 to 4:00 - Awards Ceremony

  • Dr Kiran Bedi

 

CATEGORY A Global Dream Participation Awards

  • Principals
  • Schools
  • Coordinators
  • Children

 

CATEGORY B Innovation in Process Fellowships and Awards

 

4:00 - VOTE OF THANKS

 

5:00 - SITE SEEING AND SHOPPING

  • Buses depart by 5:00. Please board the buses by 4:45 pm.

List of Participants, 7th International Roundtable 6th -8th September, 2014

S. No. Name School Name City
1 Abhishek Ashok Shetty Yusuf Ismail College, MUMBAI
2 Ajai Kumar Mishra Sagar Nurture International School BARABANKI
3 Alka sharma Sfal Education AHMEDABAD
4 Ambrish Rai AOC VARANASI
5 AMITA MISHRA DPS INTERNATIONAL NEW DELHI
6 Anil Khillin Global Classroom JAL ANDHAR
7 Anjali Jingle Bell nursery School Society FAIZABAD
8 ANJANA DIXIT NAV JEEWAN MODEL SCHOOL NEW DELHI
9 Anuja Srivastava Jingle Bell nursery School Society FAIZABAD
10 Anuradha Global Classroom JAL ANDHAR
11 ANURADHA JINDAL TULSI PUBLIC SR SEC SCHOOL AMBALA
12 Anwar Ahmed ms education NEW DELHI
13 Ashok Gopal Shantilal Muttha Foundation PUNE
14 Ashok nigam Lord Meher College LUCKNOW
15 Ashok Thackur Dayawati Modi Academy -I MEERUT
16 Babita Mishra i d m Public School BALANGIR
17 Banu Parameswaran AOC MUMBAI
18 Bela Sood Shantilal Muttha Foundation PUNE
19 Benu Singh CIS ShaktiNagar LUCKNOW
20 Bindu Mehta Dr Virendra Swarup Education Centre KANPUR
21 Bodhisatva Ghosh AOC CALCUTTA
22 Chandra Shekhar Kandepal Lord Balaji Public School BARABANKI
23 Charu Nautiyal Dunne''s Institute MAHASALA
24 D. Manoj Singh Vidya Dayini Model High School HYDERABAD
25 D.K sharma D GV Shree PublicSchool ROHTAK
26 Dr Abdul Kamal Nazar United Welfare Organisation CHENNAI
27 Dr. Milind. S. Chippalkatti. Deeksha Network BANGALORE
28 DR.RAKESH CHANDER AOC ROHTAK
29 Dr.V.C.Sharma SPS jHUNJHUNU JHUNJHUNU
30 Dr.VK.AnandaPrabhu Gandhian School HYDERABAD
31 ESTHER WILLIAM ALEXANDER MEMORIAL SCHOOL JAMMU
32 Evangelini Manasha Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
33 Farhiz Panthaky Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
34 G M Nizam Uddin Cardiff International School Dhaka Dhaka
35 Geetanjali AOC BHOPAL
36 GURDEEP KAUR NAV JEEWAN MODEL SCHOOL NEW DELHI
37 Gurdip Singh Bhamra Global Classroom JAL ANDHAR
38 Harish Choudhary Singhania educational Institute SITAPUR
39 Hina Shah Orchids Public School LUCKNOW
40 JATINDER PAL SINGH RANDHAWA Guru Amar Dass Adarsh Institute GOINDWAL
41 Jitendra Patel Unique International School IDAR
42 Jyothi Samanta HORIZON ACADEMY NASIKCITY
43 jyoti kaushik scholars global school BAHADURGARH
44 JYOTSNA ROBERT OXFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL MUMBAI
45 K.Gnanasundari Care public school NARASARAOPET
46 K.Kotireddy Care public school NARASARAOPET
47 kamlesh chandra SHANA International School BIKANER N
48 krishna prasad duntur ramaswam KMWA preuniversity college BANGALORE
49 Kumudini Bangera HORIZON ACADEMY NASIKCITY
50 Lalita Pradeep DIET LUCKNOW
51 Mahfuz ur Rahman abc NEW DELHI
52 Mahvash Raza CIS Balaganj LUCKNOW
53 Mamta Ramani Momai Global School MUMBAI
54 Manjula jhunjhunwala Jingle Bell nursery School Society FAIZABAD
55 Manohar Desai Matoshree Vidya Mandir MUMBAI
56 Manoj Kumar Singh AOC SAMBALPUR
57 Margaret Augustine Saganabasava Internationsl Residential School BIJAPUR
58 MD. Arif Central Public School SAMASTIPUR
59 Meena Mittal The Smart Beginning School LUCKNOW
60 Meenal Dashputre Shantilal Muttha Foundation PUNE
61 Meghana Desai Shantilal Muttha Foundation PUNE
62 Mohammad Azam United Welfare Organisation CHENNAI
63 Mohammad Farooq Fazili Dolphin International School PULWAMA
64 mohammed Azhar Knowledge Academy School CHENNAI
65 Mohammed Lateef Khan ms education NEW DELHI
66 mohit mudgil scholars global school BAHADURGARH
67 Mr Nazar United Welfare Organisation CHENNAI
68 MR. LAXMIDHAR JENA NACHIKETAN PUBLIC SCHOOL SIRSA
69 Mr. S.K.Mishra Choithram Schoo, Indore INDORE
70 MR. YIGAL BANKER OXFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MUMBAI
71 Mrs. Anita Nanda Lala Jagat Narain DAV Model School JAL ANDHAR
72 Mrs. Hamsapriya Mahatma Montessori CBSE School MADURAI
73 Mrs. Jacqueline Vardon Mahatma Montessori CBSE School MADURAI
74 MRS. MAMTHA A. NAIK SMT. KULSUM JAGMAGIA FIDAI DIAMOND JUBILEE HIGH SCHOOL MUMBAI
75 MRS. MEENA PUNJABI OXFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MUMBAI
76 Mrs. Mini Das Sandipani School Nagpur NAGPUR
77 Mrs. Nalini P. Rana Sandipani School Nagpur NAGPUR
78 Mrs. Pratibha R Nayak Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
79 MRS. RAZIA A. LAKHANI ROYAL ACADEMY MUMBAI
80 Mrs. Sanjyot Arvind Vaidya Strawberry English Medium School SANGAMNER
81 Mrs. Yogita Eknath Dighe Strawberry English Medium School SANGAMNER
82 Ms Rajashree Chakravarthy AOC NOIDA
83 Ms. Astha Puri Swami Hariharanand Public School ROORKEE-II
84 Ms. Gayatri G R GLOBAL ACADEMY, JAIPUR JAIPUR
85 Ms. Hema Patel Swami Hariharanand Public School ROORKEE-II
86 Ms. Simmi Jakhar G R GLOBAL ACADEMY, JAIPUR JAIPUR
87 Ms. Smita Bhargava Choithram Schoo, Indore INDORE
88 Naina Verma AOC KANPUR
89 NALIN KUMAR GUPTA AOC LUCKNOW
90 Namdeo Shinde Mohite Patil MUMBAI
91 Nandita Mali Dr Virendra Swarup Education Centre KANPUR
92 Naureen Haider CIS Balaganj LUCKNOW
93 Naveen Shukla Singhania educational Institute SITAPUR
94 Neelam Mahna Dayawati Modi Academy -I MEERUT
95 Neelima Bose Tiny Tots inter College LUCKNOW
96 NiLakashi Bera Dr Virendra Swarup Education Centre KANPUR
97 Nisha Nigam Lord Meher College LUCKNOW
98 Nisha Paraswani Swami Vivekanand Integration English School LATUR
99 Nishalika Kasthuriraachi Royal International School Sri Lanka Srilanka
100 Nita Khattar Indirapuram Public School GHAZIABAD
101 Nivedita Mishra AOC GHAZIABAD
102 Noorul Ameen United Welfare Organisation CHENNAI
103 Parul Bhargava KDMA World KANPUR
104 Prasad Fonseka Royal International School Sri Lanka Srilanka
105 Preeti Mannan DPS Sector 10 A GURGAON
106 Priya Jain Global Classroom JAL ANDHAR
107 PUJA SARNA TULSI PUBLIC SR SEC SCHOOL AMBALA
108 pushpalata jha SHANA International School BIKANER N
109 Rachit Manas brightland college LUCKNOW
110 Rachna Chaturvvedi AOC NEW DELHI
111 Rachna Paliwal Indirapuram Public School GHAZIABAD
112 Rajeev Dhaka Dayawati Modi Academy -I MEERUT
113 RAJEEV GOEL SATLUJ PUBLIC SCHOOL, ELLENABAD ELLENABAD
114 Rajesh Kumar AEP School LUCKNOW
115 RAJKUMAR BHARGAV SATLUJ PUBLIC SCHOOL, ELLENABAD ELLENABAD
116 Ratna Drona Orchids Public School LUCKNOW
117 Ravi Peiris Royal International School Sri Lanka Srilanka
118 RIDHWAN LUTHRA MRV INTERNATIONAL NEW DELHI
119 Rohan Manas brightland college LUCKNOW
120 Rumna . AOC DHANBAD
121 S.C.Khajuria AOC JAMMU
122 Sachin Agarwal Trendz Abacus KOTA
123 Sagheer Ahmed Upcoming Nurture Fanchisee BANGALORE
124 Saima Siddiqui Arunodaya Public School BARABANKI
125 Sajid Khan Pathan AOC VALSAD
126 Sameer Adhami SHAH FAIZ SCHOOL GHAZIPUR
127 Sana Habib Arunodaya Public School BARABANKI
128 Sandhya Roy Jankidevi Public school, Jaipur JAIPUR
129 Sarita Pandey DIET LUCKNOW
130 Satyavan Raorane Yashwant Chandji Shala MUMBAI
131 savita sharma D GV Shree PublicSchool ROHTAK
132 SHALINI SRIVASTAVA TAKSHILA ACADEMY AKBARPUR
133 Shara Sharma Dayawati Modi Academy -I MEERUT
134 Shashi Bhushan Dixit i d m Public School BALANGIR
135 SHASHWAT AOC LUCKNOW
136 Sheetal Goel Meerut Public Girls School MEERUT
137 Shikhar Srivastava Radiant International School for Excellence NASIKCITY
138 Shrikant V Sathe AOC LUCKNOW
139 Shuchi Chaturvedi DIET LUCKNOW
140 SK. MAIMUR SULTAN SATLUJ PUBLIC SCHOOL, ELLENABAD ELLENABAD
141 Soma Gupta Meerut Public Girls School MEERUT
142 SREENARAYANAN.P.C PODAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CHANDKHEDA, AHMEDABAD AHMEDABAD
143 Subhash Jain AOC AJMER
144 SUDHA.P OXFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL MUMBAI
145 sukesh G.k oxford Kidzee manglore MANGALORE
146 Sulochana Herath Royal International School Sri Lanka Srilanka
147 Sultan Hardoo Sarvpalli Public School ELLENABAD
148 Sumeet Arora Shantilal Muttha Foundation PUNE
149 suresh Care public school NARASARAOPET
150 Sushma Attri Swami Hariharanand Public School NEW DELHI
151 Sushma Vinod Sharma Rahul Group Of school and College MUMBAI
152 Syed Misbahuddin AOC NEW DELHI
153 T.Saravanan Aklavya International School Puducherry
154 Tanaji Chavan Shree sai Vidhyalaya MUMBAI
155 VAISHAL SHUKLA AOC LUCKNOW
156 vandana Kanaujiya Arunodaya Public School BARABANKI
157 Vibhuti Nath jha SHANA International School BIKANER N
158 Vidhya J BMD Jain School VELLORE
159 Vidya Ratna Ln.Dr.Komati Reddy Gopal Reddy Lotus Lap Public Schools,Dilsukhnagar,Hyderabad. HYDERABAD
160 Vijaya Singh Green Ville Public School LUCKNOW
161 Vikramjeet Sinha BOAT NEW DELHI
162 Virani Ekanayake Royal International School Sri Lanka Srilanka
163 vishal Sharma SFAL Education AHMEDABAD
164 W.BASCO ERAIYANBU LITTLE FLOWER MATRIC HR SEC SCHOOL SATHIYAMANGALAM
165 Yogesh Patel Unique International School IDAR
166 Zarrin khan Blue Eyes public School LUCKNOW
167 RAJ KUMAR BALI N/A JAIPUR
168 PRIYA UPADHYAY St. Mary''s Inter College LUCKNOW

List of Speakers, 7th International Roundtable 6th -8th September, 2014

Nurjahan Begum

Managing Director at Grameen Shiksha (Education)
BANGLADESH

Nurjahan begum is currently the Managing Director at Grameen Shiksha (Education). Mrs Begum served as Acting Managing Director of Grameen Bank following the departure of Dr Muhammad Yunus from the post. She was also the First Principal of Grameen Bank Training Institute. She was one of the earliest associates of Professor Muhammad Yunus, when the latter started the Grameen Bank Project in 1976, in the village Jobra in Chittagong district of Bangladesh. She participated in the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit held in Los Angeles in 2007 and was also the President of the Foundation for Justice prize-giving ceremony held in Valencia, Spain in 2007. She was awarded the Susan M. Davis Lifetime Achievement Award 2008 by Grameen Foundation. She was also awarded World Summit Millennium Development Goals Award 2009 and the Vision Award 2009. Mrs. Begum studied Bangla Literature and Culture at Chittagong University.

Kiran Bedi

Indian social activist and a retired Indian Police Service(IPS) officer
India

Kiran Bedi is an Indian social activist and a retired Indian Police Service(IPS) officer. She joined the police service in 1972 and became the first woman officer in the IPS. Her expertise includes more than 35 years of creative & reformative policing & prison management. She worked with the United Nations in New York as the Police Advisor to the Secretary General in the Department of Peace Keeping Operations. She represented India in International forums on crime prevention, drug abuse, police and prison reforms and women’s issues. She is a recipient of the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award. She is the founder of two NGOs, Navjyoti and India Vision Foundation, which reach out to thousands of understanding children ,women and men in the areas of education, vocational skills, environment, counseling, and health care to the urban and rural poor, including prisoners and policemen’s children.

Pirjo Koivula

Counsellor of Education Curriculum Development Unit Finnish National Board of Education, Helsinki,
FINLAND

Pirjo Koivula is M.A. in Educational Administration, Research and Planning. She is qualified Primary School and Special Needs Teacher. She has postgraduate studies in Education and Specialist Qualification in Leadership and Management for Educational Administrative Personnel.

She is currently Counsellor of Education in The Finnish National Board of Education in the Curriculum Development Unit. She has the main responsibility of developing the achievement of all learners, special needs and inclusive education on national level. She has worked in cooperation with the Ministry of Education to draft national legislation and has been responsible of drafting the changes in the national core curriculum in the area of pupil support and inclusive education. After that her work was to support the implementation and to continue the Curriculum work in the area of the learning concept and pedagogical methods. Now she is chairing two work groups in new Core Curriculum reform.

She has cooperated with the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in different development projects in South-Africa, Tanzania and Russia. She is a National Coordinator for Finland of European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. She is also a Member of Common Board of State owned Approved Schools and a Vice chair of Board of Celia, National Library for the Visually Impaired. She is responsible for developing the state owned resource centres. She has also acted as a country representative in the projects of OECD´s Center for Educational Research and Innovation, CERI and UNESCO IBE.

Pirjo Koivula has also served as Department Head and Director of Education and Social Services in three different cities and before that as a principal.

She has contributed to the elaboration of several publications and strategies on the topic of inclusive education in pre-primary, basic and upper-secondary education. During past years she has had several presentations and keynote speeches in international scientific and professional conferences and seminars.

Shaun Hawthorne

Factors that Create a Visible Change
NEW ZEALAND

Shaun Hawthorne joined the Visible Learning educational consultancy team in February 2014. Shaun has over 20 years experience in working in the secondary schooling sector in New Zealand, most recently as a deputy principal in a co-educational Y9- 13 school in Auckland. Previously, Shaun has been the Head of two English departments and a member of the national executive of the New Zealand Association for Teachers of English (NZATE). Shaun holds a Doctor of Education degree specialising in effective practices in teaching writing.

Dr Manu Kapur

Head of Learning Sciences Lab (LSL)
SINGAPORE

Dr Manu Kapur is Head of Learning Sciences Lab (LSL) at the National Institute of Education (NIE) of Singapore and an Associate Professor in the Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) Academic Group.

He received his doctorate in instructional technology and media from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York where he also completed a Master of Science in Applied Statistics. He also has a Master of Education from the NIE and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) from the National University of

Singapore. He conceptualized the notion of Productive Failure and used it to explore the hidden efficacies in the seemingly failed effort of small groups solving ill-structured problems collaboratively in an online environment. His current research extends this line of work across the modalities of classroom settings in Singapore

Dr. Fred Mednick

Founder -Teachers Without Borders
USA

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

After more than 20 years as a teacher and principal, Dr. Fred Mednick founded Teachers Without Borders (TWB) in 2000. Dr. Mednick has advocated for the direct connection between teacher professional development and global change. Along with his role as head of TWB, he is also a professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education, where he teaches 4 online global courses for teachers.

Dr. Mednick received his B.A. at the University of California, his M.A. from Claremont Graduate School; and his doctoral degree from Seattle University. His dissertation, “The Qualities of an Educated Teen for the 21st Century,” was inspired by colleagues in Udaipur, and extends a UNESCO report into a model of education change. His research led to the founding of Teachers Without Borders so that teachers could connect to information and each other in order to advance education.

Prior to founding TWB, Fred served as the head of two prominent schools in the United States. He is the author of Rebel Without A Car: A Principal’s Guide to Adolescence, which has been published throughout the United States and Europe.

Teachers Without Borders has worked with the Clinton Global Initiative and received Ashoka’s Champion of African Education award. Fred has been a delegate at the prestigious Global Creative Leadership Summit four times, was Cisco Systems' guest at the Nobel Prize summit, and has consulted for the Commonwealth Ministers of Education as an advocate for the teacher’s voice.

Mari-Pauliina

MA (Psychology), postgraduate student (Special Education)
Project manager
Centre for Educational Assessment
University of Helsinki, Finland
FINLAND

The goals of basic education have expanded from developing students’ competences in the curricular subjects to enhancing their cross-curricular or transversal skills which are needed for all learning later in life. The Centre for Educational Assessment at the University of Helsinki was established in 1996 to develop an instrument for measuring learning to learn as the foundation for lifelong learning. Today, the Centre works in collaboration with schools and municipalities in the fields of educational assessment, research and development.

As the project manager of the Centre I am committed to the further development of methods for assessing educational equity in Finnish schools and for ensuring that assessment results and research can be utilized in developing practices at school-level. I also work as the vice-NPM of Finland in PISA 2015, coordinating the assessment of collaborative problem-solving.

I am particulary interested in the development of learning to learn skills - cognitive compentences and learning-related attitudes - in primary school, and the role of group processes in explaining differences in the development of pupils' learning-related attitudes. I am also interested in the implementation of the new three-tiered support model in Finnish schools - after all the Finnish way of supporting the weakest pupils can be seen as one of the key factors explaining the country's success in international comparisons such as the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).

Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury

Memory Trainer
INDIA

Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is two Guinness World Records Holder on Mind and Body. He has Authored more than 25 books on mind and body. His biography is included in Who's Who in the World -2013 edition, He has Specialization in The China Study from Cornell University USA and Certification in Raw Nutrition from Mint Culinary School Vietnam.

Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is an Internationally acclaimed memory trainer . He has conducted more than 2000 memory seminars and workshops nationally and Internationally and addressed more than 10 lakh audience. He is a prodigy in memory enhancement techniques. His techniques are well appreciated by the students, teachers, corporate decision-makers, housewives and professionals alike.

Besides being an Internationally acclaimed memory trainer, he is specialized in curing life threatening diseases specially associated with life style (Diabetes, Heart Diseases, High Cholesterol, Obesity, Arthritis, High/Low Blood pressure, Ulcer) using the power of mind & the nature science. He believes: “No one has the power to heal you, neither doctors, nor drugs have that power. It is within you, and in the nature around you”.

Bob Barata Lorton

President, Center for Innovation in Education, USA
USA

Bob Baratta-Lorton and his wife Mary are the co-founders of and chief curriculum developers for the Center for Innovation in Education, a not-for-prot organization whose purpose is to create curriculum in reading and mathematics for elementary school children of all socioeconomic backgrounds. The Center’s core belief, around which its curriculum is created, is that all children can learn and that every child matters. The curriculum developed by Bob and Mary’s Center aims at achieving learning success for every child in every classroom, with no exceptions.

The Center’s curriculum in mathematics, authored by Bob and Mary, is contained in the books Mathematics Their Way (for primary grade children) and Mathematics a Way of Thinking (for intermediate grade children). Both books are published by Pearson Education, and both are also available as free downloads from the Center’s website at www.center.edu. The Center’s curriculum in beginning reading, which is named after its Baratta-Lorton authors, but was given the name “Dekodiphukan” by the many teachers using it, is also available as a free download from the Center’s website. It is also now available as a set of 14 completely free, no strings attached, apps for the iPad.

The Center has a staff of over 300 instructors, all of whom are classroom teachers who have used Bob and Mary’s curriculum with their own students. Center instructors have provided curriculum training to over 500,000 teachers worldwide, including all fty of the United States, countries from Australia to Iceland, Chile to Canada, England to Turkey, Qatar to Hong Kong, and, of course, India.

Louka Parry

Principal-Mimili Anangu School
AUSTRALIA

Louka is principal of Mimili Anangu School in the Far Northwest of South Australia.Louka arrived at Mimili in 2009 as a new graduate teacher and through commitment and determination became the Principal in 2013. With a huge focus on integrating the demands of the Australian education system with the realities of life for his students, Louka has led an incredible team in Mimili that is seeing improved results for students living in very challenging conditions. In 2012 Louka was awarded the South Australian Inspirational Secondary Teacher of the Year and in 2013 was a keynote speaker at the Social Ventures Australia Great Teachers in Tough Schools Conference and the NARIS Leaders' Conference for the National Alliance for Remote Indigenous Schools.

Louka holds a Bachelor of Education/Arts, a Diploma in Language, a Master in Applied Linguistics and is currently on leave completing a Master of Instructional Leadership at the University of Melbourne. He is passionate about equality, community engagement and two-way schooling. He is an emerging leader hoping to contribute to a better system of education that inspires children and young people to find and follow their passions”

Gwyneth

Reader in Higher Education at the Institute of Education, London
ENGLAND

Gwyneth Hughes is Reader in Higher Education at the Institute of Education, London where she teachers on Masters programmes in Education and supervises doctoral students. She is leading a 3 year research project: Assessment Careers: learning pathways through assessment (www.ioe.ac.uk/assessmentcareers). She is on the editorial board for the journal London Review of Education. She has published widely on learning and teaching in Higher Education. Her book Ipsative Assessment: Motivation through marking progress is recently published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Alok Ranjan

IAS
India

Alok Ranjan has over 30 years of experience in administrative services. A Delhi University student and a alumnus of IIM(A), Alok Ranjan belongs to the 1978 batch of the IAS. Having started his career as the District Magistrate and collector of Ghazipur, he went on to occupy managerial positions at the UP Spinning Mills. This was followed by stints in sectors as varied as Municipality, Education, Finance, Agriculture and Technical and Vocational Education. Alok Ranjan served as Secretary to Chief Minister from 1998 to 2002. Currently working as the Principal Secretary, Urban Development and Environment, Uttar Pradesh,he has also authored books such as ‘The Collector today’ and ‘Towards Adult Literacy in India.’

Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

Chair, Education Economics & Int. Development, Institute Of Education, London University, UK
UK

Geeta Kingdon is Professor of Education and International Development at the Institute of Education, London University, and was until recently a Research Fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford. She lectures in Development Economics and her research interests include Economics of Education, Labour Economics and the Economics of Happiness, mostly in countries of South Asia and Africa. Her work is based on micro-econometric analysis of survey data and has resulted in more than 25 papers in peer reviewed Economics and Development Economics journals. She is on the Editorial Board of three academic journals and does extensive academic refereeing as well as advisory work for governments and donor agencies.

Dr. Sunita Gandhi

Convenor, EDWW Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA
INDIA

Dr Sunita Gandhi is Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, Dignity, Education Vision International, India, and the Education Society of Iceland (Islensku menntasamtokin ses). She has travelled to some 38 countries and studied their education systems. Her research-based work on education has been piloted in the UK, Iceland and India. She came back to India recently after 26 years overseas with a Ph.D. in Physics from Cambridge University, UK, where she received three merit-based scholarships, a ten-year tenure as an Economist at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., USA, where she was selected as a Young Professional, and after having established Iceland’s first two charter schools and an experimental school in the Czech Republic.

In India, Dr Gandhi has been fine-tuning and implementing a transformative education curriculum and assessments based on the principle of compete with yourself, which over 200 schools have adopted across India. With this large scale pilot, she is incubating an education more suited to the needs of children in the 21st century. The edifice of her efforts are constructed on the foundation of the Four Building Blocks of Education: Universal Values, Global Understanding, Excellence in All Things and Service to Humanity. In India, Dr Gandhi also serves as Honorary Chief Academic Advisor of her parents-run City Montessori School, Lucknow, the world’s largest school, a Guinness World Record Holder, and recipient of the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education.

Her latest project, Global Dream, is aimed at providing functional literacy to the illiterate masses. The results from the pilot are startling: Nearly 60,000 students from 150 schools of her city have taken up the campaign to teach at least one person. The unique and innovative Global Dream curriculum allows a person to become reading capable with just 10-15 hours of time investment over a month (with 15-20 minute sessions per day). Within a month, the curriculum has been taken up pan India and requests have come in from South Africa and China. The initial goal is 10 million new literates in India by the end of 2015.

Ms Susmita Basu

Head, Quality Assurance and Innovations Department,
INDIA

CMS Ms Susmita Basu is the Head, City Montessori School Innovations Department, vested with the responsibility of academic improvement at all the 20 branches of City Montessori group of schools in Lucknow. With a staff of over 40 teachers, Susmita has managed supervision and quality assurance, trained teachers, created curriculum guidelines, finalized each academic year syllabus and booklists and implemented the learning programmes at CMS

7th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2014 "Category A" Innovation In-Process Fellowship

Name Name Name
G. Padmanabhan Anita Nanda Anjali Tiwari
Anuja Shrivastav Ananda Prabhu Ambrish Roy
Bindu Gupta Abhiskek Shetty Charu Nautiyal
Virani Ekanyake Varnika Tiwari Farukh Fazil
Pushplala Jha Sanjot Arvind Nagula Santosh
M.K. Bhan Laxmidhar Jena Rakesh Chander
Manohar Babaji Matosh Mumbai
M.D. Arif Shivaji Dam Parul Bhargav
Navin Shukla Santosh Mishra Ganana Sundari
Munidas/ Nalini Rana Maimur Sultan Dr Yogesh
Prity Manan Nishalika Kasturiarachechi Vineet Sachdeva
Koti Reddy Vishal Sharma Shikhar Shrivastava
Tonaji Namdev Margret Augustin H.M.P. Sulochana

7th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2014 "Category B" Innovation Awards

S. No Name Download
1 Prof. Jeetendra/ Dr Yogesh – Global Edge on rural doorstep. Portfolio
2 Vikramjeet Sinha – BOAT (Building on Art therapy). Portfolio
3 Harish Chaudhary – Practical Teaching Seminal Realization & Estimation. Portfolio
4 Manohar Babaji Desai – Environment change: Herbal Garden for emotional, physical, mental and behavioral problems. Portfolio
5 Jyotsana R. Kalluvital – Art of Living. Portfolio
6 Pratibha Nayak –Total Physical Response Theory in Learning. Portfolio
7 Lalita Pradeep – Principal of District Institute of Education and Training
8 Jon & Rose Hakim –Pilots of the Global Dream project.
9 Biswaroop Roy Chowdury – Dynamic Memory.

7th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2014 "Category C" Outstanding Contribution To Education Awards

S. No Name
1 Louka Parry
2 Mari-Paulina Vainikainen
3 3. Nurjahan Begum
4 KiranBedi
5 Shaun Hawthorne

Ed Leadership International Roundtable: Bringing the best in education together

Recent innovation in education has been random and mostly directed to the ‘how’ of it- how to make learning more joyful and how to teach content in more effective ways utilizing different faculties of a child as gateways to learning. What education has not focused on are the goals to which the current system should be geared and why. The Ed Leadership International Roundtable Conference on Global Trends and Innovations in Education focuses on this ‘why’ and is a forum to network and share resourceful ideas with international experts and fellow practitioners.

The 6th Ed Leadership International Roundtable Conference, held from December 19th – 21st, at the CMS World Unity Convention Centre, Lucknow, Recent innovation in education has been random and mostly directed to the ‘how’ of it- how to make learning more joyful and how to teach content in more effective ways utilizing different faculties of a child as gateways to learning. What education has not focused on are the goals to which the current system should be geared and why. The Ed Leadership International Roundtable Conference on Global Trends and Innovations in Education focuses on this ‘why’ and is a forum to network and share resourceful ideas with international experts and fellow practitioners.

Dr Sunita Gandhi, Convener, Ed Leadership and Education We Want, and Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, The 6th Ed Leadership International Roundtable Conference, held from December 19th – 21st, at the CMS World Unity Convention Centre, Lucknow,

Ms. Pirjo Koivula, counselor at the Finnish National Board of Education, Finland, was the keynote speaker at the 6th Ed Leadership International Roundtable. Ms. Koivula divulged that Finland’s education system, once regarded the best in the world as per the UN Human Development Index 2008, has slipped down to the twelfth spot and that the Finnish Ministry is seeking non-Finnish experts to fix the situation. She also said that a new curriculum design was being implemented, and research and innovation is being carried out with the help of the Process of Perfection learning system of Global Classroom.

Dr Fred Mednick, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education, USA advocated the direct connection between teachers, professional development and global change. Dr Mednick is the founder of Teachers without Borders, an organization comprising of teachers from 185 countries sharing ideas for change. His dissertation, “The Qualities of an Educated Teen for the 21st Century”, was inspired by colleagues in Udaipur and extends a UNESCO report into a model of education change.

Dr Bob Baratta-Lorton, from the Center for Innovation in Education USA, took an interesting session on math, highlighting the need of teaching for effectiveness and every child’s involvement in every classroom. Also joining him at the conference as a speaker was Dr Simi Srivastava, a storytelling expert and the founder of Kathasthala. Dr Srivastava highlighted the role of storytelling as a therapy and an educational tool. A session was also held by Guinness World Record Holder for Memory, Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, wherein he conducted mind and memory games.

6th International Roundtable 19th - 21st December, 2013

A practical training workshop and conference for education heads and changemakers is based on practical application of ideas that have worked and research to support findings.

Goal:

Help schools implement a vastly different agenda in education for every child’s personalized development through conversations that lead to change.

At all venues, the conference will follow the same format as below:

Day 1

Morning

Theme 1: Trends and innovations in education

Objectives

8:30 to 9:30 - INAUGURAL SESSION - Mayor of Lucknow, Dr Dinesh Sharma

  • Build awareness of global education practices.
  • Learn from the best.
  • Adopt a broader, bolder education.

 

Themes

Learning from the world’s high performing education systems: Lessons from Finland, Singapore and other countries that have topped the TIMSS and PISA international comparisons year after year

  • The role of leadership: When business as usual is not enough
  • What’s new and important: A new vision for our schools

 

Post Lunch

Theme 2: New techniques in teaching

Objectives

  • Understand hands-on and accelerated learning processes based on scientific principles.
  • Improve every child's performance and confidence.

 

Themes

  • The need of the hour: Personalised, customized and differentiated education
  • Is this an oxymoron?: Involving every child at the same time as reducing teacher workload
  • Learning for understanding: Hands-on, interactive and accelerated teaching methods that work based on scientific principles and research
  • When rubber hits the road: Making morals real and effective

DAY 2

Morning

Theme 3: A checklist for driving change in education

Objectives

  • Prioritize between conflicting objectives.
  • Decide on a course of action based on research and evidence.
  • Bring about meaningful and systemic change.

 

Themes

  • Benchmarking education: The schools we want and how to nurture them/li>
  • Assessments and reporting so that every child excels: Away from exam fear and exam to exam cycles to assessments and reports that preserve the self-esteem and inform, empower and inspire each child
  • The power of positive reinforcement: From the language of praise and reprimand to languages that encourage and empower, research data and meta analysis

 

Post Lunch

Theme 4:Creative, collaborative and thinking classrooms

Objectives

  • ExperienceStella's Creative Classrooms.
  • Instill leadership and teamwork skills

 

Themes

  • Nurturing thinkers and leaders:Stella’s creative and thinking classroom
  • Nurturing team players: Cooperative learning through games

List of Participants, 6th International Roundtable 19th - 21st December, 2013

S. No. Name School Name City
1 Ravi Kumar Bhardwaj Govt.Sr.Sec.School ALWAR
2 Anuradha Jindal Tulsi public school AMBALA
3 Mamta Gharu Tulsi public school AMBALA
4 Neetu Trehan Tulsi public school AMBALA
5 Puja Sarna Tulsi public school AMBALA
6 Jagbir Singh International Fateh Academy AMRITSAR
7 kalpana kale Krishak english pre-primary school arvi ARVI
8 Sharmila Gahlot Krishak english pre-primary school arvi ARVI
9 Ravi Kothari Bal Shiksha Niketan BAHRAICH-I
10 Babita Singh Bal Shiksha Niketan Junior High School BAHRAICH-I
11 Kiran Mishra Bal Shiksha Niketan Junior High School BAHRAICH-I
12 Kamal Kant Sahu None BALOD
13 Sirisha Rani Sarode Kidken Edu Solutions BANGALORE
14 Aruna Wadkar Nurture International School BANGALORE
15 Anita Sharma Delhi Public School Bhiwani BHIWANI
16 Aditi Dwivedi Self Employed BHOPAL
17 Kamlesh Chandra SHANA International School BIKANER E
18 Pushpalata jha Shana International School BIKANER E
19 Shalabh Nigam Bal Bharati Public School BILASPUR
20 Reeta Sharma B. K. Public School BULANDSHAHAR
21 P Kejriwal PK College for Professional Studies DARBHANGA
22 Priya Sharma Jingle Bell School FAIZABAD
23 Anju Mariwala J. B. Academy Day Boarding FAIZABAD
24 Noorjahan Jingle Bell School FAIZABAD
25 Sadhana Tiwari Jingle Bell School FAIZABAD
26 Anand Vadnerkar None GANDHI NAGAR
27 S V Vadnerkar None GANDHI NAGAR
28 Adit Roy Shalom Hills International School GURGAON
29 Sara Noorana Shalom Hills International School GURGAON
30 Rahul Gupta Stones2milestones Eduservices GURGAON
31 Asis Kumar Ghosh Pranabananda Vidyamandir, Lumding HOJAI
32 Shekhar Chakraborty Pranabananda Vidyamandir, Lumding HOJAI
33 Nagarjuna Singh V.B.S. Modern Gurukul HYDERABAD LOCAL
34 Kamna Arun Tiwari S R Global School JAIPUR
35 Avinash Mahajan Jodhamal Public School JAMMU
36 Nandini Bakshi Jodhamal Public School JAMMU
37 Satish Sharma Mhs Dav Centenary Public School JAMMU
38 S C Khajuria None JAMMU
39 Mithlesh Bajpai Nurture International School JHANSI
40 Anil Sharma Delhi Public School Jhunjhunu JHUNJHUNU N
41 Narendra Singh Delhi Public School Jhunjhunu JHUNJHUNU N
42 Mrs Krupa D Choudhari New Era English School, Jintur JINTDOR
43 Feroz Khan Apart from school KANPUR
44 Ritu Chitranshi Nurture International School KANPUR
45 Ruchi Midha Sudha Memorial Education Centre KANPUR
46 Jibanath Aryal Malpi International School KATHMANDU
47 Jyotsna Sherchan Malpi International School KATHMANDU
48 Rashika Sherchan Malpi International School KATHMANDU
49 Suman Koirala Malpi International School KATHMANDU
50 Alok Kumar Mohanty Pushpdeep International Schhol KHATEGAON
51 Dhruv Kumar Tiwary Pushpdeep International Schhol KHATEGAON
52 Sudhir Dubey Pushpdeep International Schhol KHATEGAON
53 Shreedhar S Joshi Deejay Educational Institutes And Consultants Pvt Ltd KOLAR
54 Jisha Roy Deejay Kidzs KOLAR
55 C S T Joshi Disha Delphi Public School KOTRA
56 Nilesh Gupta Disha Delphi Public School KOTRA
57 Sonal Gupta Exam ka Funda KOTRA
58 Maria Emelda Pereira None LUCKNOW
59 Kiran Srivastava Angel Carmel Inter College LUCKNOW
60 N.M. Srivatava Angel Carmel Inter College LUCKNOW
61 Deepak Gautam Apex School LUCKNOW
62 Shiva Prasad Bhattarai Apex School LUCKNOW
63 Mrs Poonam Gautam Central Academy LUCKNOW
64 Poonam Gautam Central School LUCKNOW
65 Benu singh CIS Shakti Nagar LUCKNOW
66 Shashi Shekhar Singh CIS Shakti Nagar LUCKNOW
67 Krishana Kumari Delhi Public School Saheed path LUCKNOW
68 Radhika Shahi Euro Kids LUCKNOW
69 Rakesh Singh Tomar G D Goenka Public SChool LUCKNOW
70 Bhawna Singh Hoerner College LUCKNOW
71 Iram Mehfooz Hoerner College LUCKNOW
72 Mala Mehra Hoerner College LUCKNOW
73 Zfruddin Mohamad Zfruddin LUCKNOW
74 Diksha Singh Mothere's Nest LUCKNOW
75 Mrs. Chhavi Sinha Saint Peter's Inter College LUCKNOW
76 Anju Wal Seth M. R. Jaipuria School LUCKNOW
77 Ram Subhag Singh Srijan Kidzee LUCKNOW
78 Lav Mohan Suditi Global Academy MAINPURI
79 Mrs. Monika Agarwal Meerut Public Girls' School MEERUT
80 Mrs. Soma Gupta; Meerut Public Girls' School MEERUT
81 Sukhda Misra Shantiniketan Girls International School MEERUT
82 Abhishek Ashok Shetty KCChurchgate MUMBAI
83 Anita Dagar Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
84 Ashish Seth Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
85 Bindu Bangera Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
86 Mr. Manohar Desai Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
87 Mr. Sopan Borade Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
88 Mrs. Arti Patil Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
89 Ms Alka Pagare Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
90 Pallavi Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
91 Pratibha Kotak Education Foundation MUMBAI
92 Sumeet Singh Arora Oxford Public School MUMBAI
93 Mrs Rupal Kanakia RBK Global School MUMBAI
94 Nalini Shetty RBK Global School MUMBAI
95 Akshut Joshi Alpine Public School NALAGARH
96 Rumi Joshi Alpine Public School NALAGARH
97 Dawood Vaid Red Camel NAVI MUMBAI
98 Sahil Sayed Red Camel NAVI MUMBAI
99 Vikas Madnani Creative Minds Pre School NEEMUCH
100 Kabita Darnal New Tribhuwan Memorial English School NEPAL
101 Kishore Kumar Nepali New Tribhuwan Memorial English School NEPAL
102 Jagjeet Kaur Greenfields Public School NEW DELHI
103 Romita Sharma Greenfields Public School NEW DELHI
104 Jp Singh My English Tutor NEW DELHI
105 Deepti Sharma Pragyan Public School NEW DELHI
106 Harish Kumar Sharma Pragyan Public School NEW DELHI
107 Pawan Kumar Agrawal Pragyan Public School NEW DELHI
108 Amit Pundhir Elets Technomedia NOIDA
109 Chetna Magu Elets Technomedia NOIDA
110 Mrs Saroj Desarda Sanskriti Vidyaneketan PARBHANI
111 Prayas V Roy Nurture International School PATHANKOT
112 Mohammad Farooq Fazili Dolphin International School PULWAMA
113 Dr. Glen T. Martin Radford University, USA Radford, VA, USA
114 Girja Shukla Mother's pride hr sec school RAIPUR
115 Uma Tiwari Mother's pride hr sec school RAIPUR
116 Ms. Vinita Mishra Graphite Hr. Sec. School RAISEN
117 Mk Bhan SGGJ Model School RAJOURI
118 Ms.R.Buvana Rayat Inter National School ROPAR
119 Kumud Pundir Green Field Academy SAHARANPUR
120 Utkarsh Pundir Green Field Academy SAHARANPUR
121 W.Bascoeraiyanbu Little Flower Matriculation Higher Secondary School SATHIYAMANGALAM
122 Harish Choudhary Singhaniya Educational Society SITAPUR
123 Chandrika Atmaram Royal International School SRILANKA
124 Jeewanthi Rathnayaka Royal International School SRILANKA
125 Sandra Wanduragala Royal International School SRILANKA
126 Shailaja Adhikary Euro School TRICHUR
127 Suverchala None VADODARA
128 Yuvraj Shiralkar Mango Valley Public School WAI
129 Rajkumar Nagarkoti Ridvan Academy Nepal WAI
130 Archana Kadhao Yavatmal Public School YAVATMAL
131 Jacob Das Yavatmal Public School YAVATMAL

List of Speakers, 6th International Roundtable 19th - 21st December, 2013

Dr. Fred Mednick

Founder -Teachers Without Borders
USA

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

After more than 20 years as a teacher and principal, Dr. Fred Mednick founded Teachers Without Borders (TWB) in 2000. Dr. Mednick has advocated for the direct connection between teacher professional development and global change. Along with his role as head of TWB, he is also a professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education, where he teaches 4 online global courses for teachers.

Dr. Mednick received his B.A. at the University of California, his M.A. from Claremont Graduate School; and his doctoral degree from Seattle University. His dissertation, “The Qualities of an Educated Teen for the 21st Century,” was inspired by colleagues in Udaipur, and extends a UNESCO report into a model of education change. His research led to the founding of Teachers Without Borders so that teachers could connect to information and each other in order to advance education.

Prior to founding TWB, Fred served as the head of two prominent schools in the United States. He is the author of Rebel Without A Car: A Principal’s Guide to Adolescence, which has been published throughout the United States and Europe.

Teachers Without Borders has worked with the Clinton Global Initiative and received Ashoka’s Champion of African Education award. Fred has been a delegate at the prestigious Global Creative Leadership Summit four times, was Cisco Systems' guest at the Nobel Prize summit, and has consulted for the Commonwealth Ministers of Education as an advocate for the teacher’s voice.

Pirjo Koivula

Counselor of Education Finnish National Board of Education,
Finland

Pirjo Koivula is M.A. in Educational Administration, Research and Planning. She is qualified Primary School and Special Needs Teacher. She has postgraduate studies in Education and Specialist Qualification in Leadership and Management for Educational Administrative Personnel.

She is currently Counsellor of Education in The Finnish National Board of Education in the Curriculum Development Unit. She has the main responsibility of developing the achievement of all learners, special needs and inclusive education on national level. She has worked in cooperation with the Ministry of Education to draft national legislation and has been responsible of drafting the changes in the national core curriculum in the area of pupil support and inclusive education. After that her work was to support the implementation and to continue the Curriculum work in the area of the learning concept and pedagogical methods. Now she is chairing two work groups in new Core Curriculum reform.

She has cooperated with the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in different development projects in South-Africa, Tanzania and Russia. She is a National Coordinator for Finland of European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. She is also a Member of Common Board of State owned Approved Schools and a Vice chair of Board of Celia, National Library for the Visually Impaired. She is responsible for developing the state owned resource centres. She has also acted as a country representative in the projects of OECD´s Center for Educational Research and Innovation, CERI and UNESCO IBE.

Pirjo Koivula has also served as Department Head and Director of Education and Social Services in three different cities and before that as a principal.

She has contributed to the elaboration of several publications and strategies on the topic of inclusive education in pre-primary, basic and upper-secondary education. During past years she has had several presentations and keynote speeches in international scientific and professional conferences and seminars.

Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury

Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is two Guinness World Records Holder on Mind and Body. He has Authored more than 25 books on mind and body. His biography is included in Who's Who in the World -2013 edition, He has Specialization in The China Study from Cornell University USA and Certification in Raw Nutrition from Mint Culinary School Vietnam.

Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is an internationally acclaimed memory trainer . He has conducted more than 2000 memory seminars and workshops nationally and internationally and addressed more than 10 lakh audience. He is a prodigy in memory enhancement techniques. His techniques are well appreciated by the students, teachers, corporate decision-makers, housewives and professionals alike.

Besides being an internationally acclaimed memory trainer, he is specialized in curing life threatening diseases specially associated with life style (Diabetes, Heart Diseases, High Cholesterol, Obesity, Arthritis, High/Low Blood pressure, Ulcer) using the power of mind & the nature science. He believes: “No one has the power to heal you, neither doctors, nor drugs have that power. It is within you, and in the nature around you”.

Simi Srivastava

Founder & Master Story Teller

Simi is a master storyteller and founder Kathashala and has put together her knowledge, skills and experience in Kathashala – a story telling institute for adults.She is also a soft skill, life skill trainer and a performing artist. She is professionally trained in theatre, creative music, movement and miming, puppetry, and uses all these skills to narrate stories. Apart from promoting storytelling as a profession she is also promoting it as a therapy, an educational and parenting tool. Simi is the architect of numerous engaging and insightful storytelling workshops across the country for teachers as well as parents.

Simi is has designed curriculum based on stories to make learning interesting and applicable for the pre- primary level and story sessions using traditional Indian story telling techniques to teach history among senior students. She is working on stories for children with special needs.

Simi has designed and delivered "Story Lab" a reading club programme at the British Council Library. Simi writes columns on Storytelling as a parenting tool for leading parenting magazine

Bob Baratta Lorton

President, Center for Innovation in Education, USA

Bob Baratta-Lorton and his wife Mary are the co-founders of and chief curriculum developers for the Center for Innovation in Education, a not-for-prot organization whose purpose is to create curriculum in reading and mathematics for elementary school children of all socioeconomic backgrounds. The Center’s core belief, around which its curriculum is created, is that all children can learn and that every child matters. The curriculum developed by Bob and Mary’s Center aims at achieving learning success for every child in every classroom, with no exceptions.

The Center’s curriculum in mathematics, authored by Bob and Mary, is contained in the books Mathematics Their Way (for primary grade children) and Mathematics a Way of Thinking (for intermediate grade children). Both books are published by Pearson Education, and both are also available as free downloads from the Center’s website at www.center.edu. The Center’s curriculum in beginning reading, which is named after its Baratta-Lorton authors, but was given the name “Dekodiphukan” by the many teachers using it, is also available as a free download from the Center’s website. It is also now available as a set of 14 completely free, no strings attached, apps for the iPad.

The Center has a staff of over 300 instructors, all of whom are classroom teachers who have used Bob and Mary’s curriculum with their own students. Center instructors have provided curriculum training to over 500,000 teachers worldwide, including all fty of the United States, countries from Australia to Iceland, Chile to Canada, England to Turkey, Qatar to Hong Kong, and, of course, India.

Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

Chair, Education Economics & Int. Development, Institute Of Education, London University, UK

Geeta Kingdon is Professor of Education and International Development at the Institute of Education, London University, and was until recently a Research Fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford. She lectures in Development Economics and her research interests include Economics of Education, Labour Economics and the Economics of Happiness, mostly in countries of South Asia and Africa. Her work is based on micro-econometric analysis of survey data and has resulted in more than 25 papers in peer reviewed Economics and Development Economics journals. She is on the Editorial Board of three academic journals and does extensive academic refereeing as well as advisory work for governments and donor agencies.

Dr. Sunita Gandhi

Convenor, EDWW Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA
INDIA

Dr Sunita Gandhi is Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, Dignity, Education Vision International, India, and the Education Society of Iceland (Islensku menntasamtokin ses). She has travelled to some 38 countries and studied their education systems. Her research-based work on education has been piloted in the UK, Iceland and India. She came back to India recently after 26 years overseas with a Ph.D. in Physics from Cambridge University, UK, where she received three merit-based scholarships, a ten-year tenure as an Economist at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., USA, where she was selected as a Young Professional, and after having established Iceland’s first two charter schools and an experimental school in the Czech Republic.

In India, Dr Gandhi has been fine-tuning and implementing a transformative education curriculum and assessments based on the principle of compete with yourself, which over 200 schools have adopted across India. With this large scale pilot, she is incubating an education more suited to the needs of children in the 21st century. The edifice of her efforts are constructed on the foundation of the Four Building Blocks of Education: Universal Values, Global Understanding, Excellence in All Things and Service to Humanity. In India, Dr Gandhi also serves as Honorary Chief Academic Advisor of her parents-run City Montessori School, Lucknow, the world’s largest school, a Guinness World Record Holder, and recipient of the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education.

Her latest project, Global Dream, is aimed at providing functional literacy to the illiterate masses. The results from the pilot are startling: Nearly 60,000 students from 150 schools of her city have taken up the campaign to teach at least one person. The unique and innovative Global Dream curriculum allows a person to become reading capable with just 10-15 hours of time investment over a month (with 15-20 minute sessions per day). Within a month, the curriculum has been taken up pan India and requests have come in from South Africa and China. The initial goal is 10 million new literates in India by the end of 2015.

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category A" Innovation In-Process Fellowship

S. No Name School City
1 Shailja Sharma Mother's Pride Sec School Raipur
2 Dinesh Jindal Rawai Public School Faridabad
3 Sandhya Roy Janki Devi Pub School Jaipur
4 Sandra B Royal International School Sri Lanka
5 Abishek Srivastav Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
6 Abhishek Shetty Youth Speaker Mumbai
7 Manohar Babaji Matosh Mumbai
8 Sopan Borade YCS,Vidya Mandir Mumbai
9 Ravi Bhattarai My Class Lalitpur,Nepal
10 Malika Arora NLK group of Schools Kanpur
11 Kumud Pundir "Greenfield Academy " Saharanpur
12 Vikas Manani Creative Minds Pre-School Neemuch, MP
13 C S T Joshi Disha Delphi Public School Kota
14 Akshut Joshi Alpine Public School Nalagarh
15 Uma Tiwari Mother's Pride Sec School Raipur
16 Vinita Mishra Graphite Hiher Sec School Raisen- MP
17 Ms.Santhanam Reading Circle for Children Chennai
18 Shalabh Nigam Bal Bharati Public School NTPC, Bilasiur
19 Jeevanthi Ratnayake Royal International School Srilanka
20 Yuvraj M Shiralkaz Mango Valley Public School Karnataka
21 G M Zaidi Motikpur Education Society Barabankhi, UP
22 Jiba Nath Aryal Malpi International School Kathmandu, Nepal
23 Deepak Gautam Apex School Rupandhi, Nepal
24 Saroj Ashok Desarda Sanskruti Vidya Niketan, Parbhani, Maharashtra
25 Maria Emelda Pereira Pvt Tutor Mumbai
26 Pratibha Nayak Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
27 Mithilesh Bajpai NIS, Oral Jhansi
28 Sadhana Tiwari Jingle Oen School Faizabad
29 Mrs. Krishna DPS, Sahicipath Lucknow
30 Archana Kadhao Yavatmal Public School Yavatmal, Maharashtra
31 Dheeraj Mehrotra 6th.Sigma Lucknow
32 Kamlesh Chandra Shana International School Bikaner
33 Dr. Ram Mohan Suditi Global academy Mainpurl, UP
34 Sara Noorana Shalom Hills Intl, School Gurgaon
35 G Balu Counian Matriculation Higher Sec School, Kovilpatti
36 Sunil Bhakare Maharashtra Tribal Residential Pub School,Nashik, Mumbai

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category B" Innovation Awards

S. No Name School City
1 Kamalakant Sahu St. Kabir's Public School Balod, Chattisgarh
2 Sudha Choudhury Singhania Education Institute Sitapur
3 Md. Farooq Fazil Dolphin International School Kashmir
4 Simi Srivastava Kathashala Noida
5 J P Singh My English Tutor New Delhi
6 S V Vadnerkar Individual Educative Innovative Inver Gujrat

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category C" Outstanding Contribution To Education Awards

S. No Name School City
1  Mrs. Anita Nanda Principal Lala Jagat Narain DAV model School Kabir nagar, jallandar
2 Dee O Conner    
3 Dr. Fred Mednick    
4 Pirjo Koivula    

1st The Big Picture Training Conference for Education Leaders and Changemakers 29th Nov- 6th Dec, 2012 (Delhi, Pune & Bengaluru)

DELHI : 29-30 NOV, 2012

PUNE : 2-3 Dec, 2012

BENGALURU : 5-6 Dec, 2012

 

A practical training workshop and conference for education heads and changemakers is based on practical application of ideas that have worked and research to support findings.


Goal:

Help schools implement a vastly different agenda in education for every child’s personalized development through conversations that lead to change.


At all venues, the conference will follow the same format as below:


Day 1

Morning

Theme 1: Trends and innovations in education

Objectives

  • Build awareness of global education practices.
  • Learn from the best.
  • Adopt a broader, bolder education.

 

Themes

Learning from the world’s high performing education systems: Lessons from Finland, Singapore and other countries that have topped the TIMSS and PISA international comparisons year after year


  • The role of leadership: When business as usual is not enough
  • What’s new and important: A new vision for our schools

 

Post Lunch

Theme 2: New techniques in teaching

Objectives

  • Understand hands-on and accelerated learning processes based on scientific principles.
  • Improve every child's performance and confidence.

 

Themes

  • The need of the hour: Personalised, customized and differentiated education
  • Is this an oxymoron?: Involving every child at the same time as reducing teacher workload
  • Learning for understanding: Hands-on, interactive and accelerated teaching methods that work based on scientific principles and research
  • When rubber hits the road: Making morals real and effective

DAY 2

Morning

Theme 3: A checklist for driving change in education

Objectives

  • Prioritize between conflicting objectives.
  • Decide on a course of action based on research and evidence.
  • Bring about meaningful and systemic change.

 

Themes

  • Benchmarking education: The schools we want and how to nurture them/li>
  • Assessments and reporting so that every child excels: Away from exam fear and exam to exam cycles to assessments and reports that preserve the self-esteem and inform, empower and inspire each child
  • The power of positive reinforcement: From the language of praise and reprimand to languages that encourage and empower, research data and meta analysis

 

Post Lunch

Theme 4:Creative, collaborative and thinking classrooms

Objectives

  • ExperienceStella's Creative Classrooms.
  • Instill leadership and teamwork skills

 

Themes

  • Nurturing thinkers and leaders:Stella’s creative and thinking classroom
  • Nurturing team players: Cooperative learning through games

List of Speakers, 1st The Big Picture Training Conference for Education Leaders and Changemakers 29th Nov- 6th Dec, 2012 (Delhi, Pune & Bengaluru)

Stella Fernandez

Master Teacher, Creative & Thinking Classrooms, Recipient of President's Award, Singapore

Ms Fernandez shares the vision of producing true Singaporeans with sound values. For the past forty six years of her teaching career, she has, with a genuine love for her pupils shared her life with a passion. She has touched the lives of her pupils nurturing in them a spirit of innovation and enterprise. She builds up their self-esteem by listening to their problems and enforcing good study skills. Her teaching skills and expertise tempered with her learning experiences create innovative and impactful lessons infused with National Education values and school core values. Her café-styled classroom with creative display of pupils’ work invites pupils to a bright and cheery classroom that encourages and motivates them to give of their best. Her classroom is a conducive learning environment where pupils are involved in experimentation, and independent thought and discovery and being analytical, methodical and focused in pursuing the goals and targets she helps them set for themselves. She has placed great emphasis on multi-disciplinary approaches to learning and has focused on grooming leadership talent. Her efforts have inspired her peers and colleagues to do likewise for their classrooms.

Her Pr 4 pupils who collaborated with her in designing and operating ‘The Creative Classroom’ were the members in the S3 Cluster pupils’ WIT ‘Maximising Pupil Participation in Classroom Design.’ Their outstanding presentation earned them a place as the nalist in the 5th National Pupil WITs Convention 2004. She presented her Creative class ndings for STU Conference - Philosophy in Schools : Developing a Community of Inquiry 2006 and MOE ExCEL Fest 2006. She was also the facilitator and co presenter for research paper “The Creative Classroom’ for International Conference on Education ( Redesigning Pedagogy: research, policy, practice ) 2007and Creative Thinking Classroom at APERA Asia-Pacic Educational Research Association Conference 2008.

Dr Mindy Blaise

Associate Professor The Hong Kong Institute of Education Co-director, Centre for Childhood Research and Innovation, China

Mindy is an associate professor in the Department of Early Childhood Educationand Co-director of the Centre for Childhood Research and Innovation, at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. Mindy’s areas of research interest relate to working with teachers to think through critical perspectives to reconceputalize early childhood teaching, research, curriculum and childhood. Her research focuses on gender politics in the early years and encourages the eld to engage with, rather than shut-down, difference and diversity. She is currently involved in three research projects that are examining different aspects of childhood in the Asia-Pacic region. These include, Researching postcolonial childhoods across Hong Kong, Australia, and Canada; Exploring the cultural politics of gender/sex/uality in early childhood across Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea;, and Singapore; and The literacy wall: researching literacy activities in a Hong Kong kindergarten.

Mindy has recently co-edited, with Affrica Taylor and Veronica Pacini- Ketchabow, a special issue for Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Relating childhood to the more-than-human (July 2012). She is also co-editing, with Liz Brooker and Suzy Edwards, the SAGE International Handbook of Research on Play and Learning (forthcoming, 2013). Mindy is on the editorial board of several journals including the Asia-Pacic Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, Gender and Education, Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Early Childhood Research Quarterly, International Journal of Equity and Excellence in Early Childhood Education, and Multidisciplinary Journal on Social Diversity.

Dr. Fred Mednick

Founder -Teachers Without Borders
USA

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

After more than 20 years as a teacher and principal, Dr. Fred Mednick founded Teachers Without Borders (TWB) in 2000. Dr. Mednick has advocated for the direct connection between teacher professional development and global change. Along with his role as head of TWB, he is also a professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education, where he teaches 4 online global courses for teachers.

Dr. Mednick received his B.A. at the University of California, his M.A. from Claremont Graduate School; and his doctoral degree from Seattle University. His dissertation, “The Qualities of an Educated Teen for the 21st Century,” was inspired by colleagues in Udaipur, and extends a UNESCO report into a model of education change. His research led to the founding of Teachers Without Borders so that teachers could connect to information and each other in order to advance education.

Prior to founding TWB, Fred served as the head of two prominent schools in the United States. He is the author of Rebel Without A Car: A Principal’s Guide to Adolescence, which has been published throughout the United States and Europe.

Teachers Without Borders has worked with the Clinton Global Initiative and received Ashoka’s Champion of African Education award. Fred has been a delegate at the prestigious Global Creative Leadership Summit four times, was Cisco Systems' guest at the Nobel Prize summit, and has consulted for the Commonwealth Ministers of Education as an advocate for the teacher’s voice.

Pirjo Koivula

Counselor of Education Finnish National Board of Education, Finland

Pirjo Koivula is M.A. in Educational Administration, Research and Planning. She is qualified Primary School and Special Needs Teacher. She has postgraduate studies in Education and Specialist Qualification in Leadership and Management for Educational Administrative Personnel.

She is currently Counsellor of Education in The Finnish National Board of Education in the Curriculum Development Unit. She has the main responsibility of developing the achievement of all learners, special needs and inclusive education on national level. She has worked in cooperation with the Ministry of Education to draft national legislation and has been responsible of drafting the changes in the national core curriculum in the area of pupil support and inclusive education. After that her work was to support the implementation and to continue the Curriculum work in the area of the learning concept and pedagogical methods. Now she is chairing two work groups in new Core Curriculum reform.

She has cooperated with the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in different development projects in South-Africa, Tanzania and Russia. She is a National Coordinator for Finland of European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. She is also a Member of Common Board of State owned Approved Schools and a Vice chair of Board of Celia, National Library for the Visually Impaired. She is responsible for developing the state owned resource centres. She has also acted as a country representative in the projects of OECD´s Center for Educational Research and Innovation, CERI and UNESCO IBE.

Pirjo Koivula has also served as Department Head and Director of Education and Social Services in three different cities and before that as a principal.

She has contributed to the elaboration of several publications and strategies on the topic of inclusive education in pre-primary, basic and upper-secondary education. During past years she has had several presentations and keynote speeches in international scientific and professional conferences and seminars.

Dave Faulkner

Director of Education Changemakers, Australia

As one of the most effective and innovative education leaders in Australia over the last decade, Dave has a powerful grasp on the factors that lead to education success. Since becoming a Principal at age twenty four, Dave has brought reform and dramatic improvement to some of the most challenging schools in the country, including Halls Creek District High Shool. Shortly after turning thirty, Dave became the youngest Regional Education Director in the country with responsibility for eighteen schools across the Barkly Region of the Northern Territory. He has been recognized as the Young Australian of the Year (WA, 2004) and Young Leader of the Year (WA, 2003). Dave is a passionate and powerful education leader with proven impact.

Dave’s current work is as a Director of Education Changemakers, an organisation working towards ending educational disadvantage, which Dave co-founded. Education Changemakers identies exceptional teachers and emerging leaders in disadvantaged schools and then works with them over twelve months to inspire, equip, support and connect these educators. The Changemaker Program has a strong action bias and enables participants to lead change in their context and become high impact Education Changemakers and champions for disadvantaged students. The result is a movement of great teachers and leaders working together to transform some of Australia’s toughest schools.

Bob Baratta Lorton

President, Center for Innovation in Education, USA

Bob Baratta-Lorton and his wife Mary are the co-founders of and chief curriculum developers for the Center for Innovation in Education, a not-for-prot organization whose purpose is to create curriculum in reading and mathematics for elementary school children of all socioeconomic backgrounds. The Center’s core belief, around which its curriculum is created, is that all children can learn and that every child matters. The curriculum developed by Bob and Mary’s Center aims at achieving learning success for every child in every classroom, with no exceptions.

The Center’s curriculum in mathematics, authored by Bob and Mary, is contained in the books Mathematics Their Way (for primary grade children) and Mathematics a Way of Thinking (for intermediate grade children). Both books are published by Pearson Education, and both are also available as free downloads from the Center’s website at www.center.edu. The Center’s curriculum in beginning reading, which is named after its Baratta-Lorton authors, but was given the name “Dekodiphukan” by the many teachers using it, is also available as a free download from the Center’s website. It is also now available as a set of 14 completely free, no strings attached, apps for the iPad.

The Center has a staff of over 300 instructors, all of whom are classroom teachers who have used Bob and Mary’s curriculum with their own students. Center instructors have provided curriculum training to over 500,000 teachers worldwide, including all fty of the United States, countries from Australia to Iceland, Chile to Canada, England to Turkey, Qatar to Hong Kong, and, of course, India.

Dr. Sunita Gandhi

Convenor, EDWW Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA
INDIA

Dr Sunita Gandhi is Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, Dignity, Education Vision International, India, and the Education Society of Iceland (Islensku menntasamtokin ses). She has travelled to some 38 countries and studied their education systems. Her research-based work on education has been piloted in the UK, Iceland and India. She came back to India recently after 26 years overseas with a Ph.D. in Physics from Cambridge University, UK, where she received three merit-based scholarships, a ten-year tenure as an Economist at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., USA, where she was selected as a Young Professional, and after having established Iceland’s first two charter schools and an experimental school in the Czech Republic.

In India, Dr Gandhi has been fine-tuning and implementing a transformative education curriculum and assessments based on the principle of compete with yourself, which over 200 schools have adopted across India. With this large scale pilot, she is incubating an education more suited to the needs of children in the 21st century. The edifice of her efforts are constructed on the foundation of the Four Building Blocks of Education: Universal Values, Global Understanding, Excellence in All Things and Service to Humanity. In India, Dr Gandhi also serves as Honorary Chief Academic Advisor of her parents-run City Montessori School, Lucknow, the world’s largest school, a Guinness World Record Holder, and recipient of the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education.

Her latest project, Global Dream, is aimed at providing functional literacy to the illiterate masses. The results from the pilot are startling: Nearly 60,000 students from 150 schools of her city have taken up the campaign to teach at least one person. The unique and innovative Global Dream curriculum allows a person to become reading capable with just 10-15 hours of time investment over a month (with 15-20 minute sessions per day). Within a month, the curriculum has been taken up pan India and requests have come in from South Africa and China. The initial goal is 10 million new literates in India by the end of 2015.

ARCHANAA PANDE

Ms Archanaa pande is serving as Principal of City Montessori School, Lucknow (Ashsrfabad Branch) for the past 24 years. She has taught students at all levels and served as Primary Incharge and Headmistress. A popular trainer of Principals and teachers, she has led several training programmes and hosted conferences. She has also anchored a number of conferences and produced several live and recorded show for Doordarshan and for Celibrities like Girija Devi, Pandit Kishan Maharaj, Shankar Mahadevan, A Shivmani and Louis Banks. She has produced documentaries for Delhi Doordarshan and acted in feature films, telefilms, serials and stage plays. She has led an Indian delegation to Finland. She has also attended and directed children's International Summer Village (CISV) camps attended by children and teachers from ten countries. Archanaa pande is also an expert in cooperative games and cooperative learning.

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category A" Innovation In-Process Fellowship

S. No Name School City
1 Shailja Sharma Mother's Pride Sec School Raipur
2 Dinesh Jindal Rawai Public School Faridabad
3 Sandhya Roy Janki Devi Pub School Jaipur
4 Sandra B Royal International School Sri Lanka
5 Abishek Srivastav Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
6 Abhishek Shetty Youth Speaker Mumbai
7 Manohar Babaji Matosh Mumbai
8 Sopan Borade YCS,Vidya Mandir Mumbai
9 Ravi Bhattarai My Class Lalitpur,Nepal
10 Malika Arora NLK group of Schools Kanpur
11 Kumud Pundir "Greenfield Academy " Saharanpur
12 Vikas Manani Creative Minds Pre-School Neemuch, MP
13 C S T Joshi Disha Delphi Public School Kota
14 Akshut Joshi Alpine Public School Nalagarh
15 Uma Tiwari Mother's Pride Sec School Raipur
16 Vinita Mishra Graphite Hiher Sec School Raisen- MP
17 Ms.Santhanam Reading Circle for Children Chennai
18 Shalabh Nigam Bal Bharati Public School NTPC, Bilasiur
19 Jeevanthi Ratnayake Royal International School Srilanka
20 Yuvraj M Shiralkaz Mango Valley Public School Karnataka
21 G M Zaidi Motikpur Education Society Barabankhi, UP
22 Jiba Nath Aryal Malpi International School Kathmandu, Nepal
23 Deepak Gautam Apex School Rupandhi, Nepal
24 Saroj Ashok Desarda Sanskruti Vidya Niketan, Parbhani, Maharashtra
25 Maria Emelda Pereira Pvt Tutor Mumbai
26 Pratibha Nayak Kotak Education Foundation Mumbai
27 Mithilesh Bajpai NIS, Oral Jhansi
28 Sadhana Tiwari Jingle Oen School Faizabad
29 Mrs. Krishna DPS, Sahicipath Lucknow
30 Archana Kadhao Yavatmal Public School Yavatmal, Maharashtra
31 Dheeraj Mehrotra 6th.Sigma Lucknow
32 Kamlesh Chandra Shana International School Bikaner
33 Dr. Ram Mohan Suditi Global academy Mainpurl, UP
34 Sara Noorana Shalom Hills Intl, School Gurgaon
35 G Balu Counian Matriculation Higher Sec School, Kovilpatti
36 Sunil Bhakare Maharashtra Tribal Residential Pub School,Nashik, Mumbai

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category B" Innovation Awards

S. No Name School City
1 Kamalakant Sahu St. Kabir's Public School Balod, Chattisgarh
2 Sudha Choudhury Singhania Education Institute Sitapur
3 Md. Farooq Fazil Dolphin International School Kashmir
4 Simi Srivastava Kathashala Noida
5 J P Singh My English Tutor New Delhi
6 S V Vadnerkar Individual Educative Innovative Inver Gujrat

6th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2013 "Category C" Outstanding Contribution To Education Awards

S. No Name School City
1  Mrs. Anita Nanda Principal Lala Jagat Narain DAV model School Kabir nagar, jallandar
2 Dee O Conner    
3 Dr. Fred Mednick    
4 Pirjo Koivula    

5th International Roundtable 14th - 17th October, 2011

Tentative Programme

Metamorphosis in Education …

Tuesday, 11th October 2011

Wednesday, 12th October 2011

Thursday, 13th October 2011

Tuesday, 11th October 2011

Registration

Wednesday, 12th October 2011

08:00 Prayer by Music Teachers of CMS
  • Welcome and Introduction of delegates
  • Lighting of the lamp: Welcome and Introduction of the resource persons
  • Goals and Expectations from 5th ICPPP by Dr Sunita Gandhi , Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA
10:30 An Interactive Survey by voting system (Tea will be served in the auditorium)
11:30 Tunnel of Learning = Tunnel of Enlightenment: Outcomes Based Model of Education by Dr. Sunita Gandhi
01:00 Visit to the Pre-Primary and Primary Resource centers. Group photo of Delegates followed by "Press Conference"(On the auditorium stairs in front of fountain)
01:45 Lunch Break in the Basement Dining Hall
02:30 Role of Home and School: Socio-Cultural and Spiritual Development of a Child by Mrs Meena Chandavarkar, Director of New India school, Former Superintendent of Abhinava Vidyalaya English Medium schools, Pune.
15:30 Tea Break
16:00 Cultural Programme by the Pre-Primary students of CMS.
19:30 Dinner by the Poolside

Thursday, 13th October 2011

08:00 Prayer by the students of CMS
08:30 AMI to lead the proceedings
10:30 Tea break
11:00 AMI
12:45 Lunch Break
13:30 AMI
15:30 Tea Break
16:00 AMI
17:30 Visit to CMS Rajajipuram ( Pre-Primary School)
19:30 Dinner

5th International Ed Leadership Roundtable

  • Friday, 14th October 2011
  • Saturday, 15th October 2011
  • Saturday, 15th October 2011 (Parallel Sessions)
  • Sunday, 16th October 2011
  • Sunday, 16th October 2011 (Parallel Sessions)
  • Monday, 17th October 2011

Friday, 14th October 2011

08:00 AM, Registration

THEME 1: Re- Defining the Role of Education for More Meaningful Tomorrow

09:00 Welcome and Introduction of Esteemed Delegates.
  • Prayer and Ed Leadership Song by the music teachers and students of CMS
  • Lighting of the lamp: Welcome of the resource persons, goals and expectations of 5th International Roundtable – Mrs. Susmita Basu
  • Icebreaker- “Know the people around you” led by Dr Robert J Saunders Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, and
    Dr Sunita Gandhi, Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA,Chief Academic Advisor,CMS and Mrs Susmita Basu,Head Quality Assurance & Innovations Department and team
  • Interactive survey using clicker
10:30 Theme 2: ‘Creating a Macro Framework for School Effectiveness’ Prof. Geeta G Kingdon – President, CMS Board, Chair of Education Economics and International Development, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
12:30 Lunch Break
13:30 Group Photo followed by Press Conference(On auditorium stairs in front of fountain)
14:00 School Leadership in a Globalised World by Dr. Raphael Wilkins, Assistant Director (International Consultancy) and Director of International Affairs, London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education, University of London
15:00 Transforming the Context of Education-Including a View on " Why Schooling"
The why" behind each and every subject
How children can get gratification out of their studies and schooling
Presentation by : Mr Sushant and Ms Monika, Parwarish Institute of Parenting, New Delhi
16:00 Tea Break
16:45 Cultural Program by CMS Primary and Junior School
World Parliament
World Peace Prayer
All Religion Prayer
19:30 Dinner by the Poolside

Saturday, 15th October 2011

08:00 School Prayer by the students of CMS
8:30 Theme 3: Broader and Bolder Education
Chair: Dr. Robert J. Saunders, Co-founder council for Global Education, USA
Keynote speaker: Dr. Sunita Gandhi, Co-founder, Council for Global Education, USA, Chief Academic Advisor, CMS
Other Speakers: Ms Stella Fernandez, Master Teacher, Recipient, President’s Award, Ministry of Education, Singapore
" Educational Policy Directives: A Way to Macro-Climate of Change by Dr Eija Kauppinen,"
Counselor of Education, Curriculum Development (General Education)
National Board of Education, Helsinki, Finland
Fulbright- Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow
10:15 Q and A session
10:45 Synopsis of the presentations as mentioned in the Schedule for Parallel Sessions (Tea will be served in the auditorium)
11:00 Theme 4: School Policy and Management Ed Leadership at school.
Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder Manager,CMS
Special Presentation: Vision to Reality
13:00 Lunch
13:30 Cooperative Games by Mrs Archana Pandey, Principal, CMS Rajendra Nagar
14:30 “Developing Pedagogies” by Ms. Kim Insley, IOE, University of London
15:15 “Addressing Corporal Punishments in schools” by Dr Vimala Ramachandran,
Director,Education Research Unit (ERU)Consultants Pvt Ltd, New Delhi,India
(Tea will be served in the auditorium)
16:00 Mr Steven Rudolph, Founder, JIVA Foundation, and Topic: Solving the Ice- Cream Dilemma with Multiple Intelligences and Multiple Natures
16:30 Board the buses to Visit National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow
By Dr S C Nautiyal
19:30 Dinner at CMS Aliganj

Saturday, 15th October 2011 (Parallel Sessions)

Time Room Theme Topic Resource
9:00-11:00 1 Physics Joy of learning Physics - Wonder toys Mr Mikko Korhonen Fulbright Fellow ,Lecturer of Physics and Mathematics Mikkeli, Finland
2 Technology Teachers’ Professional Development in ICTs - Web 2.0 Technology for Language Teaching Ms Aurelia Garcia,Teacher of Language Arts,Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow La Pampa, Argentina
3 As suggested by the delegates Delegates
14:00-16:00 1 Music Soul Education for better tomorrow Principles of music curriculum Dr. Eija Kauppinen Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow Helsinki, Finland
2 English Interactive English Teaching Methods: Story Telling -Listening to other text Mr Andy Harvey and Ms Dee Loftus , UK
3 Science Interactive Science Modeling: Non-Formal Science Teaching Methods Mr Samarendra Kumar Project Coordinator, Regional Science City,Lucknow India

Sunday, 16th October 2011

08:00 Prayer Assembly by the primary section CMS Kanpur road campus
08:30 Theme 5: Panel on English led by Mr. Andy Harvey, UK
Other speakers: Ms Dee Loftus, UK,
Ms Usha Pandit, Educational Consultant, Mindsprings Consulting
Author of the textbook series “Empowering English”
Ms Vidushi Chaudhary, Special Educator,
Mindsprings Consulting, Mumbai, India
10:30 Presentation: 21st Century Schools by Ms Stella Fernandez, Teacher CHIJ, Lady of Good, Counsel,Singapore
11:45 Let’s play Physics Toys by Mr. Mikko Korhonen, Lecturer in Physics & Mathematics, Mikkelin lyseon lukio Fulbright- Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow, Teaching Fellow, Mikkeli, Finland
12:30 Lunch
Visit to Exhibition Hall : Display by CIS
13:30 Theme 6: Panel: Right to Education Act Public Private Partnership in Education: Some policy questions led by Prof. Geeta G Kingdon – President, CMS Board, Chair of Education Economics and International Development, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Other speakers: Right to Education Act and its implication for Private Schools
Mr. Parth Shah, President, Centre for Civil Society, India
Mr. Amit Kaushik, Director, Education Strategy ,India & SAARC
15:00 Reaching the New Shores: World of Fulbright fellowships, Awards and Opportunities for Educators and Administrators by Dr Gayatri Singhal, Indian program Manager, United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF), Fulbright Commission in India, New Delhi
15:30 Tea Break
16:00 Visit to CMS Gomtinagar campus for model class presentation (Pre-Primary)
19:30 Dinner at CMS Gomtinagar

Sunday, 16th October 2011 (Parallel Sessions)

Time Room Theme Topic Resource
10:30-12:30 1 As suggested by the delegates Delegates
2 English The Role of Technology in the Language Learning Classroom applied in the States and developing countries, in particular Argentina. Mr. Oscar Marino,Teacher Trainer,English Language Teacher,Argentina
3 Mathematics Hands on Mathematics for Middle and High school Mr Jose Paul
14:00-16:00 1 Innovation awards – fellowships’ teacher presentations Nominees and the Judges
2 Nurture Training Workshop Nurture Education model of schooling Nurture Certificate Programme Dr Sunita Gandhi,Co-Founder, Council for Global Education,USA and Team
3 English Empowering English for the 21st Century Ms Usha Pandit and Ms Vidushi Chaudhary, Mindsprings, Mumbai, India

Monday, 17th October 2011

08:00 World Peace Prayer and Devotional Songs by the music teacher and children of CMS
08:30 Theme 7: Assessment strategies for driving change by Dr Sunita Gandhi Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA,Chief Academic Advisor,CMS and Ms. Kim Insley, IOE, University of London
9:45 Exemplify- Copper to Gold by Dr Sunita Gandhi
10:45 TBC
11:00 Interaction with the delegates and feedback.Tea will be served in the auditorium
12:00 The delegates selected by the awards committee will present Synopsis of their projects .
13:00 Lunch
13:30 Ed Leadership - Way forward
14:00 Presentation of Ed Leadership Achievement Awards by Dr Jagdish Gandhi , Founder Manager, CMS and Dr. Bharti Gandhi Founder-Director, CMS
Awardees: Category A: Ed Leadership Innovation In- process Fellowships Category B: Ed Leadership's Education Innovator Award Category C: Ed Leadership's Outstanding Contribution to Education Awards Tea will be Served in the Auditorium.
16:00 Vote of Thanks by Respected Dr. Bharti Gandhi Founder-Director, CMS
19:00 Dinner in the basement Dining Hall

List of Speakers, 5th International Roundtable 14th - 17th October, 2011

Stella Fernandez

Master Teacher, Creative & Thinking Classrooms, Recipient of President's Award, Singapore

Ms Fernandez shares the vision of producing true Singaporeans with sound values. For the past forty six years of her teaching career, she has, with a genuine love for her pupils shared her life with a passion. She has touched the lives of her pupils nurturing in them a spirit of innovation and enterprise. She builds up their self-esteem by listening to their problems and enforcing good study skills. Her teaching skills and expertise tempered with her learning experiences create innovative and impactful lessons infused with National Education values and school core values. Her café-styled classroom with creative display of pupils’ work invites pupils to a bright and cheery classroom that encourages and motivates them to give of their best. Her classroom is a conducive learning environment where pupils are involved in experimentation, and independent thought and discovery and being analytical, methodical and focused in pursuing the goals and targets she helps them set for themselves. She has placed great emphasis on multi-disciplinary approaches to learning and has focused on grooming leadership talent. Her efforts have inspired her peers and colleagues to do likewise for their classrooms.

Her Pr 4 pupils who collaborated with her in designing and operating ‘The Creative Classroom’ were the members in the S3 Cluster pupils’ WIT ‘Maximising Pupil Participation in Classroom Design.’ Their outstanding presentation earned them a place as the nalist in the 5th National Pupil WITs Convention 2004. She presented her Creative class ndings for STU Conference - Philosophy in Schools : Developing a Community of Inquiry 2006 and MOE ExCEL Fest 2006. She was also the facilitator and co presenter for research paper “The Creative Classroom’ for International Conference on Education ( Redesigning Pedagogy: research, policy, practice ) 2007and Creative Thinking Classroom at APERA Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association Conference 2008.

Dr Robert J Saunders

Co-Founder of the Council for Global Education, USA

Dr Robert John Saunders is the co-founder of the Council for Global Education, USA, founded to promote a global vision of education more suited to the needs of the 21st century and to meet the new aspirations of individuals everywhere.

He has shared experiences and worked with business persons, government officials, nonprofit groups, and academics at all levels in 80 countries on six continents.

After a Ph.D. in Economics from The University of Kentucky on a National Defense Fellowship, Bob went on to become the Director of Graduate Programmes and Acting Director, Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University. After this, he was appointed Chairman and Professor and Director, Center for Business and Economic Research, Kent State University.

Mr Andy Harvey

Andy Harvey has been working in the area of English language teaching for the last 23 years both in schools and training mainstream teachers in Primary schools in West London. He is currently working as an EAL (English as an Additional Language) consultant in the London Borough of Hounslow where there are a large number of English learners who speak a variety of languages other than English. In addition he is working for the cross-London City Challenge which consists of supporting schools in other London Boroughs through the provision of training teachers in how to help the English learners in their classrooms develop their speaking, listening , reading and writing skills.

Ms Dee Loftus

Dee Loftus is an EAL ( English as an Additional Language) consultant for the London Borough of Hounslow . She has wide-ranging experience both as a specialist language teacher and in the area of teacher training. Her responsibilities have included co-ordinating and teaching on the Primary Raising Achievement of Bilingual Learners course for mainstream teachers and co-ordinating Teaching Assistant training in EAL for the borough. Currently, she is working for the government City Challenge programme which provides advice and training in raising standards for schools across London. Dee has previously provided teacher training in India namely at the Bluebells School in Delhi and Anand Isher school in the Punjab.

Ms Meher Van Groenou

Meher Van Groenou was born in India and received Masters in social work from M.S.Univercity of Baroda . She worked in the B.M. Institute for Child Psychology in Ahmedabad. Meher continued her studies of child welfare at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor completing M.S.W. She worked in Children Social Services in San Jose, California. Meher turned to early childhood education and received in 1986 a Master’s degree from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California, while directing a Montessori pre-school in Castro Valley. She became a Montessori Teacher Trainer and subsequently the director of such a program. She established her own pre-school in 1991, and a few years later also her own Teacher Training program in 1997. Montessori Institute Of Advanced Studies is MACTE accredited and AMS affiliated. Meher has taught teachers in various parts of the country, in Canada, and in her homeland. In her presentation Meher will discuss various ways of creating a community of students, teachers and parents in a Montessori School with a diverse culture backgrounds.

Mr Michael Brearley

Michael is widely experienced in all phases of education with a teaching and leadership background in the secondary sector.

He has developed and run workshops on emotional intelligence in leadership and learning for individual schools, consortia, Headlamp programmes in Devon and Cornwall and on MBA and Doctoral programmes for the Institute of International Educational Leadership at the University of Lincoln. He has delivered key note addresses at National Conferences and is currently working on longer term projects with a number of schools developing accredited programmes in emotional intelligence in leadership and learning.

Michael works both nationally and internationally, having worked in South Africa and Botswana.

His research into Emotional Intelligence lead to the publication of his first book "Emotional Intelligence and the Secondary Classroom" which has just been reprinted by Crown. He has also contributed chapters to John West Burnham's book on Performance Management and the Big Book of Independent Thinking. His latest book "Coach Excellence - a programme in Emotional Intelligence in Coaching" is currently being edited by Crown House Publishing.

Michael Brearley, a former Headteacher, has developed the Thrive project. Here delegates learn to understand emotional intelligence and create the learning environments we all need if we are to succeed.Michael has worked with all age ranges, from infant schools to University students. His workshops have been described as "challenging" "inspiring" "motivating" "funny" and "wonderful"

Mr Surya Narayan Bahadur

Twenty five years of Corporate Management experience with various FMCG, his previous assignment was at Dabur (Sunova) as National Sales Manager. The other Brands he has served are Yera Glassware, Lakme, Revlon, Perfetti, Captain Cook, and Jagatjit Industries. Graduate in Commerce from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University and Post Graduate Diploma in Sales & Marketing Management from Chandigarh with five Gold medals, Certified in Business English Communication from Cambridge University Level 3. A qualified T&D Specialist from ISTD (Indian Society for Training& Development), Trained 16PF Professional in Personality Profiling, Coaching& Facilitating Life Long Member of Delhi Management AssociationWorks with Confluence as Executive Director for a decade, has Conducted Workshops & Training Programmes for Indian & Multi-National Corporations, Hotels, Educational Institutions, Retailers, Banks, Service Organisations, Government & Non-Government Organisations and varied Professionals.

Dr. Howard Gardener

Howard Gardner is the Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Senior Director of Harvard Project Zero. Among numerous honors, Gardner received a MacArthur Prize Fellowship in 1981. He has received honorary degrees from twenty-six colleges and universities. In 2005 and again in 2008 he was selected by Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines as one of the 100 most influential public intellectuals in the world. The author of twenty-five books translated into twenty-nine languages, and several hundred articles, Gardner is best known in educational circles for his theory of multiple intelligences, a critique of the notion that there exists but a single human intelligence that can be assessed by standard psychometric instruments. He has also written extensively on creativity, leadership, professional ethics, and the arts. His latest book Five Minds for the Future was published in April 2007. His latest co-authored book Multiple Intelligences Around the World was published in the summer of 2009.

Ms Ashalata Badami

Mathematics Expert (confirmed)

A product of the teachers training course at Sophia College, Mumbai, Ms Badami taught activity based Mathematics to primary school children in Bombay International School, Mumbai during the early years of her career. She was responsible for setting up the entire primary maths programme in the school and was also Coordinator, Middle School Maths when she left Mumbai for Delhi in 2001. She had a maths column called ‘Mathsense” going for three years in Midday, the afternoon newspaper of Mumbai. In addition she wrote frequently for several newspapers like the Hindu and the Times, as well as children’s magazines. She also regularly conducted workshops for the British Council and Nehru Science Centre in MumbaiAfter she shifted to Delhi, she became a full time resource person and consultant working with several reputed schools like Sardar Patel Vidyalaya and Bluebells International setting up their Maths Lab, being involved in curriculum planning, as well as working with remedial and gifted students. She has written two series of books for Oxford University Press called Discovering Mathematics and New Enjoying Mathematics along with teacher manuals.

Mr Samarendra Kumar

Project Coordinator Regional Science City

Samarendra Kumar is currently working as the Project Coordinator for the Regional Science City - Lucknow. He has also worked in the Kurukshetra Panorama & Science Centre, Kurukshetra as the Project Coordinator and the Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai as the Curator (National Council of Science Museums, Kolkata)He visited USA (2008) and UK (2007) to attend annual ASTC conference at Philadelphia, USA and also visited New York Hall of Science, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC for enrichment of Science Communication in Museum, visited NESTA, London, several other Science Centers & Museums in UK respectively. He even visited USA and UK (Europe) to attend Annual ASTC conference at Phoenix, Arizona and visited The Exploratorium in California and Science Museum in London and other places. He also visited Finland (Europe) during August, 1997 under INDO-FINNISH Cultural Exchange programme. The programme consisted of a 3-week study-tour of Museum and Science Centers of Finland. In addition to the work of the Kurukshetra Panorama & Science Centre, was also involved in setting Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, at Amritsar by National Council of Science Museums. These include setting up of a large panorama & dioramas on the life of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Ms Meli Glenn

Meli Glenn is a Research Officer at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning (LCLL) and Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) at the Institute of Education (IOE), University of London, with experience in educational research and evaluation. Her work has focused on leadership development, community cohesion, and children from care backgrounds. She has also been a teacher at a Montessori primary school and a TEFL teacher in a number of countries. As a teacher trainer in Guinea, West Africa for USAID, she provided professional development support to teacher trainers. She also ran a number of workshops for pre-service teachers such as reading programs, active learning techniques, and curriculum innovation.


Ms Indira Eisenberg / Mr Jürgen Eisenberg

She have completed a 5 year Integrated M.A Programme in German Language from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She worked for few years as a Translator.

She then quit to join to take teaching as a profession. She worked with children in a small village near Dehradun called Sailakin. In 1991 she did her Montessori training in Chennai. After that she had been working with the young children using the Montessori way of life.

In 2003 she started her own Montessori School called Bambino Montessori House of children. In 2009 she joined Dr. Sunita Gandhi’s school City international School.

Since then she have been involved in Teacher Training and developing the material for Pre-Primary children for the Nurture Program.

It is her desire to see a change in the way we look at small children and have many people working with children follow the Montessori way of Life.

Prof Harikesh Singh

Mr Harikesh Singh has a total experience of 34 years in the field of education. He is the Professor, Faculty of Education, B.H.U. He has more than 110 papers / articles / book reviews to his credit. He has served as the Head and Dean, Faculty of Education, B.H.U. for a couple of years. He has visited various countries like Italy, U.K. etc. to attend conferences / seminars / workshops for the cause of education. He has been awarded the UGC Career Award for three years from 1987 to 1990.

Dr Sandhya Singh

Dr. Sandhya Singh has a total of 22 years of experience in the areas of Hindi language and literature. Before joining N.C.E.R.T, she was a lecturer and reader in B.H.U affiliated Vasanta College for Women (Varanasi) for over 14 years. She joined N.C.E.R.T in the year 2002 and since then she has been working in the areas of curriculum, syllabus and textbook development, evaluation, training, research and consultancy. She has published 2 books on Hindi literature. She has also published and presented 40 papers nationally and has attended several national seminars on issues like hindi literature and languages, multilingual education, problems of learning among tribal children ,issues in assessment, issues of reading etc. She was the co-ordinator of the national seminar "Premchand,bachche aur shiksha" and the national symposium "Samajh ka maadhyam" which focused on how the gap between home language and school language can be reduced.

Dr Amitabh Pandit

Founder Member Of Saidas Healing Foundation

Dr. Amitabh Pandit Nd (Ind), Dy, B Camp (Usa) Founder Member Of Saidas Hearing Foundation. The Foundation Works In The Field Of Education By Using The Advanced Orthomolecular Science To Design Nutritional Programs For Students Of All Ages. These Nutritional Programs Incorporate The Goals Of Every Student, Parent And Educator-That Is To Improve Academic Results As Well As Performance In Physical Activities Like Sports, Music And Dance. The Foundation Has Set Up A Bench Mark Goal Oriented Program For Classes X And Xii Boards For Icse And Isc Which Is Now Running In Its 3rd Year.

Mr Steve Rudolf

Education Expert

Steven Rudolph is an American educationist, researcher, TV personality and public speaker based in India . In 1994, he introduced the Internet to Indian schools and followed it up with the first series of constructivist computer textbooks for Indian children. As Educational Director of Jiva Institute and founder of Jiva Public School , he has developed many innovative learning materials for students to help them realise their potential. He is the proponent of a novel concept in education called “Multiple Natures” that is used to help individuals identify careers that are compatible with their personality types. Rudolph is a popular face on TV, notable for his show Discover Your Child, on the Care World Channel and Zee Jaagran, where he addresses parenting issues. He is also widely known for his unique life-skills workshops that have been attended by thousands of children, parents, and teachers throughout the country. Rudolph has served as a consultant to the World Bank, Unesco, the Department of Human Resource Development (Government of India), the NCERT, the CBSE, the ICSE, and companies including Apple Computer, Microsoft, Intel, HP and Wipro. He holds a masters degree in Education from Temple University.

Ms Anneke Tolsma

Anneke Tolsma worked as a directress in the Casa dei Bambini at the revolutionary Nahoon Montessori School in South Africa, as HoD for upper elementary at Elckerlyc Montessori School in the Netherlands, and – most recently – she was head-hunted to take on the position of lead directress at Mammolina Children’s Home, one of China’s leading Montessori schools, in Beijing.. She further served as adjunct faculty at the International Montessori Teaching Institute (IMTI) in Beijing where she also co-designed a basic child-care learning program for care-workers in a medical orphanage. In 2009 she was a featured speaker at the South African Montessori Association conference in Cape Town. Anneke has also received intensive training in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and is a graduate of the Montessori Leadership Institute. She holds a degree in education and post-graduate diploma in Montessori education (primary and elementary) from the University of Utrecht where she was also involved as a member of a committee charged with redesigning the University’s approach to teaching Montessori pedagogy. In August 2010 she will be relocating to Lucknow in order to work together with the City International School (CIS) and related organization

Mr Matthew Rich

Matthew Rich began his educational career under the mentorship of Sharon Caldwell at the Nahoon Montessori School in his native South Africa. It was there that he was able to nurture his interest in child-directed decision-making, school democratization, and conflict resolution. He has shared his work on these and other topics at a range of international conferences, and his writings have appeared in various publications around the world. Subsequently he worked as a consultant for the Montessori Foundation and International Montessori Council, and was senior editor and writer for three state-accredited Montessori based Early Childhood qualifications at the Sustainability Institute (connected to the University of Stellenbosch). He has an extensive background in Nonviolence having studied with Marshall Rosenberg in Switzerland as well as being a participant in a year-long leadership program in California. He acted as an assistant trainer at the New York Intensive training in Nonviolent Communication, as well as international mediation training and a 9 month long parent leadership program. He is also a keen student of Integral Theory and is a Certified Life Coach and Communication Coach. For the past 2 years Matthew has served as lead director in the Casa dei Bambini at Mammolna Children’s Home in Beijing as well as adjunct faculty at the International Montessori Teaching Institute (IMTI). In August he will be relocating to Lucknow to work with the City International School and related organizations.

Dr Sunita Gandhi

PhD, Cambridge University, UK

Sunita Gandhi started her first school at the age of 14 for the underprivileged children in her neighbourhood. After completing Class X, she moved to the UK to do A-Levels following which Sunita received three merit based scholarships to undertake her doctorate programme in Physics at Cambridge University. Subsequently, she founded schools in Prague, the Czech Republic and in Hafnarfjordur, Iceland, where she began in 2000 to experiment with and pilot her Global Education Model of Schooling, or the GEMS “Dynamic”. In the 26 years abroad, Sunita has lived in the UK, USA, the Czech Republic and Iceland and carried out educational projects and traveled to 34 countries.

Dr Jean Miller

Chair, Education Economics & Int. Development, Institute Of Education, London University, UK

Dr Jean Miller received her Doctorate of Education from Case Western University in 1981. Her Doctorate dissertation is titled “The Montessori Music Curriculum for Children Up to the Age of Six.” Trained in Bergamo, Italy, she holds an AMI 6-12 Diploma. She received an AMI 3-6 Diploma from the Montessori Institute in Cleveland. Dr Miller has over 40 years of experience working with children in both private and public Montessori schools. She has given lectures and workshops to colleges and Montessori groups throughout the world. Dr Miller is an AMI certified consultant, examiner, and Primary (6-12) teacher trainer. She has been the music lecturer at training centres in both North America and Europe.

Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

Trainer Ph.D Association Montessori Internationale

Geeta Kingdon is Professor of Education and International Development at the Institute of Education, London University, and was until recently a Research Fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford. She lectures in Development Economics and her research interests include Economics of Education, Labour Economics and the Economics of Happiness, mostly in countries of South Asia and Africa. Her work is based on micro-econometric analysis of survey data and has resulted in more than 25 papers in peer reviewed Economics and Development Economics journals. She is on the Editorial Board of three academic journals and does extensive academic refereeing as well as advisory work for governments and donor agencies.

Dr Mrinanlini Anant

Principal in Meerut Public Girls’ School

Worked as a senior Co-ordinator in Meerut Public School, Meerut main wing, which is a co-education school for three consecutive sessions from 2003 to 2005 before being promoted as Principal of branch school, exclusively for girls - Worked as a Post graduate Teacher of English teaching intermediate classes in Meerut Public School main wing Meerut, from 2001 to 2005.Till date two sections of class XII still taught by self. Worked as a Trained Graduate Teacher and taught classes 8th, 9th and 10th in Dayawati Modi Academy, Meerut from Oct 1997 to March 1998. Worked as an English teacher in St. Mary’s Academy Meerut, from July 1996 to August 1997. Worked as an English and Maths teacher in Meerut Public School from Feb 1994 to Jan 1995. Worked as a kinder Garten teacher in Meerut Public School from July 1991 to Sep 1992.

Dr Raphel Wilkins

Assistant Director (International Consultancy) and Director of International Affairs, London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education, University of London

Raphael Wilkins is Pro Director (International Consultancy and Knowledge Transfer) and Director of International Affairs in the London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education, University of London, and is also President of the College of Teachers. Before joining the IOE in 2006 his career included teaching; education officer roles in four local authorities including over 12 years in Chief Officer level posts; national roles with Parliament and the local authority associations; six years of senior level consultancy, research and writing; and attachments to a number of universities. At the IOE Raphael has managed a wide range of leadership development projects and programmes in the UK and internationally, and he has undertaken consultancies in India, Singapore, China, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Southern Sudan, Pakistan and Mexico. Raphael has published over 50 articles and research reports, has led many workshops on leadership issues, and has presented papers or keynotes at education conferences in Britain, Denmark, The Netherlands, Cyprus, Canada, USA and China.

Dr. Eija Kauppinen

Couselor of Education, Curriculum Development (General Education) National Board of Education, Helsinki, Finland

Dr. Eija Kauppinen works at the Finnish National Board of Education (FNBE). She is responsible for developing music and dance education in pre-primary and basic education, general upper secondary education, and vocational education and training. Eija Kauppinen has a Master of Music in music education and a PhD in education. The topic of her dissertation (2010) was the emotional nature of the teaching profession. She has worked as a counsellor of Education at the FNBE since 2006, and before that she worked as a music teacher in Basic Education, Higher School, and the Basic Education in the Arts. In 2010 she was one of Distinguished Fulbright Teachers at the University of Maryland.

Dr Vimala Ramachandran

Director, Education Research unit (ERU) Consultants Pvt Ltd. Delhi, India

My talk will draw upon the draft report of the GOI-NCPCR committee that was constituted to develop guidelines on corporal punishment and related issues. I start with the theoretical and legal framework of corporal punishment, mental harassment and discrimination in schools – and build on it to argue for a nuanced understanding of the words we use – like discipline, punishment, harassment etc. I will then briefly delve on the legal basis of corporal punishment, in order to capture the context in which laws are made and enforced. What are we so concerned about CP? I will try and go into the different dimensions of this question and conclude my talk with some ways in which teachers, schools administrators and parents can address the issue in a sensitive and child-friendly manner. Needless to say, I will include discussions on the rights and enablement of children and of teachers. I hope to use concrete examples to illustrate my arguments.

Dr. Shruti Jaiswal

Founder member Parwarish Institute of Parenting, New Delhi, India

Homoeopathic Physician by education, an Academician by passion; combines her clinical experience, medical expertise & understanding of human psyche with regards to parents & teachers in order to create NO LIMIT CHILDREN.

Md. Shahjahan kabira

Principal Angelica International School Dhaka, Bangladesh

Children are our future performers. For centuries children were regarded as miniature adults, no awareness of childhood as a separate state (The history of childhood by de Muse 1974). A child is not merely a structure of flesh and bones and not merely mini adults. In fact a child is FORMATIVE stage of human being and full of potential. Learning begins at birth and it continues till the death. Strong evidence from research shows that high quality early education and child care have a positive and a tremendous effects on children’s. Physical skills – body and muscle development; Cognitive skills–memory, attention; Language skills – comprehension, expression; Pre-academic skills – letters, numbers; Social competence – work & play well with peers, work well with adults; Emotional well – being. And that poor quality early education and care have negative effects. Even during the pre-natal development a huge capacities are made for the right kind of nursing and support. So, we need to give maximum emphasis on establishing a comprehensive approach to early childhood care and education and fostering an environment conducive to a child’s learning and self expression. So it is very important to know for the humanity that what is learning and how a child’s development takes place. Learning is a relatively permanent change in behaviour. It is relatively an improvement status in the ability of a skill. Learning is a changed state of one’s feeling about an object or a phenomenon. Learning is neurobiological process and it takes place in the brain. It works through genetically set neuronal networks.

Mr André Roberfroid

President, Association Montessori Internationale

André Roberfroid a Belgian national was the UNICEF Deputy Executive Director for Programme and Strategic Planning until his retirement in 2003. He was responsible for the formulation and implementation of the UNICEF strategic objectives and programmes. From 1974 to 1996 he served as a UNICEF field officer and representative in a variety of countries including Congo, Yemen, Jordan, Lebanon, Iran and Mali. He was particularly involved in the development and implementation of programme for children in extremely difficult circumstances like the civil war in Lebanon, the unrest in the West Bank and Gaza, the aftermath of the genocide in Rwanda. From 1996 to 1999 as director of the UNICEF office in Geneva, he was in charge of the coordination with the main humanitarian agencies

Mr Jose Paul

Mathematics Expert Delhi

Jose Paul is Ex-Director, Educational Planning Group, St. Xavier's School, Delhi. Founder member and co-ordinator of this voluntary group, Mr. Jose Paul is dedicated to the improvement of the quality of teaching-learning process at the school level. He has 17 years of fruitful teaching experience at the high school level. Mr. Jose Paul has conducted workshops all over India for students, teachers, Principals and administrators. He has conducted numerous workshops on methodology of teaching primary mathematics and has many years of experience in concept development.

Mr Samarendra Kumar

Project Coordinator, Regional Science City, Lucknow, India

Working as Head & Project Coordinator at Regional Science City, Lucknow from May 2005 till date. The centre is spread over an area of about 10 acres and has been upgraded to Regional Science City. This includes a Large format Film Projection system in Scimax Theater, 3-D Science Show Hall, and galleries on Biotechnology, Underwater exploration, Being Human and The Wonder World of Materials. A large walk through Aquarium containing a number of fish varieties is also installed in the new building designed for the purpose. Recently, I was instrumental in setting up a gallery on GANGA at NASI, Allahabad, which was inaugurated on 15th April, 2011. Set up on an area of about 7500 Sq. feet, the gallery is unique and Ist of its kind depicting the mythological, social, cultural, scientific and economic significance of the river Ganga.

Mr Sushant Kalra

Parwarish Institute of Parenting, New Delhi, India

Parwarish Institute of Parenting - Founder director of the company currently establishing the space for Parenting Education in India. Over the last few years I have conducted various workshops for Parents and Teachers in Corporates and Schools. A few of the clients are National Geographic, Max New York Life, Aviva Life, HLS Asia, BNY Mellon, St Columbus School, Tagore International School, Father Agnel, Ramjas School, Khaitan Public School etc. Details of the workshops are available at www.parwarish.co.in

Mrs S. Rekha Reddy

Vidyanjali Academy for Learning (CBSE School)

International Teachers’ Training at Vidyanjali Teachers from Philippines, Thailand and Singapore participated Directed a Summer Course at Indian Institute for Montessori Studies Twice had the honor of being the Chief Examiner at Indian Montessori Training Centre.

Mr. Oscar Marino

Teacher Trainer English Language Teacher, Argentina

Oscar Marino is from Argentina, he is a teacher of English at secondary schools and teacher training colleges. He has completed a university course at the National Technological University in Argentina and he is presently preparing the final thesis for his post-graduate studies of English. In 2010, he participated as a member of the Distinguished Fulbright Awards in Teaching Program at the University of Maryland, U.S.A., where he was able to interact with American and international teachers, observe and work in Public Middle Schools and develop a series of investigations related to the implementation of technology in the language learning classroom.

Mr Parth Shah

President, Centre for Civil Society, India

Parth J. Shah is founder president of the Centre for Civil Society, an independent, nonprofit think tank in New Delhi. CCS offers public policy solutions within the framework of the rule of law, subsidiarity, community engagement and competitive markets. It is currently focused on education reforms through the School Choice Campaign: Fund Students, Not Schools! and on livelihood deregulation through the Law, Liberty, & Livelihood Campaign and Jeevika Documentary Festival. Through I, Society, & Public Policy Seminars and Researching Reality Internship, college students understand public policy and become more active citizens.

Mr.Mikko Korhonen

Mikkelin lyseon lukio Lecturer in Physics and Mathematics. Mikkeli, Finland

During my studies I worked as a lab assistant for physics student laboratory and Assistant coach for team Finland and team Estonia to prepare teams to Physics Olympics I was a teacher in physics crammer courses to technical universities, Tampere and Turku. I was a teacher in computer science and mathematics for basic courses. Some courses were to international training program and teaching was provided with English. I was also a study advisor for school year 2003 - 2004. Lector in physics and mathematics.

Ms Kim Insley

IOE, University of London, UK

There are many theories and approaches to learning and teaching but where teachers develop reflective practice through engaging in action research in their own settings, the resulting pedagogy is effectively established and impacts on learning and standards in school. Kim Insley will explore the value of engaging all teaching professionals in action research methodologies to improve practice and outcomes in the classroom by examining the evidence of case studies from professional development practices at the Institute of Education, University of London, and by sharing her experiences in UK schools.

Ms Lynne Lawrence

Executive Director at Association Montessori Internationale

Lynne Lawrence is Director of Training and Schools at the Maria Montessori Training Organisation London, the International Training Centre in Britain of the Association Montessori Internationale. The MMTO also runs 3 Children’s Houses and an Elementary school and Lynne oversees the running of these schools in addition to running the MMI courses. Lynne took the AMI training course in London in 1974, training under Hilla Patell and worked with Muriel Dwyer on the ‘Help the Children’ project in Kenya between 1978 and 1985. Since 1990 Lynne has been Director of Training of the 3 - 6 AMI Course at the Maria Montessori Training Organisation, now known as the Maria Montessori Institute. Lynne is an AMI Board Member and General Secretary (ad interim) of AMI

Ms Meena Chandavarkar

Director, New India school,Pune, India

Meena studied in a one-teacher school in a village in Konkan until Std IV. Later, she was an illustrious student of Tara Rani (now Ush Raje) Vidya Mandir and Rajaram College in Kolhapur. She shifted to Nowrosji Wadia College, Pune to complete her graduation with English, Hindi and Sociology.

She was an athletic runner, captained the team of her college in Khokho and played Table Tennis. She started working early in life due to financial responsibilities of her family. She taught herself Psychology, Business Management and HRD by work experience and self-study. She worked in Mumbai with:

  • Hindustan Lever Ltd – Market Research
  • The Times of India and Navabharat Times
  • IBM World Trade Copr. – Personnel and Management

Ms Renuka Joshi

Founder member Parwarish Institute of Parenting, New Delhi, India

Possess strong people skills, sensitive to students’, children’s specialised changing needs; proven ability to develop rapport with students/ children. Motivated, high energy trainer with demonstrated track record of fostering student learning.

Passion for learning and creating difference in people’s life.Conducted workshops with parents on ‘creating no limit children’ and ‘enjoying everyday parenting’.

Conducted workshop for final year’s students of various colleges on Job Analysis and Interviewing Skills.

Conducted training on Personality Development, Business Etiquettes and Professional Grooming for distributors/students in Bihar, Jharkhand and Siliguri

Ms Sonia Swaroop Choksic

Founder member Parwarish Institute of Parenting, New Delhi,

India She has always been interested in People. Different people that she meets, have a completely different world of theirs and that is what interests her the most. Her work experience of now about, 11 years has varied between being a social worker to a documentary film maker and a parenting coach. The core purpose for all her work has been to look at different aspect of peoples lives and contribute in a way, that bring a difference. Beginning from her school days, she has worked with local communities in educating children who could not go to regular schools, senior people who did not have families and with women who did not experience confidence in their lives and hence felt at the lowest strata of family chain. The work started with curiosity, continued with research on what can be done and leading onto actual work with them through coaching and building resources for their continued support.

Ms Usha Pandit

Educational Consultant, Author of the textbook series “Empowering English” Mindsprings Consulting/Mindsprings Publishing Mumbai India

Usha Pandit is an educational consultant, specializing in curriculum development, gifted education and the academic and administrative management of educational organizations. She has had over twenty years of teaching experience in four countries. She brings to consulting a deep understanding of the educational needs of students from a range of cultures and age groups. Usha’s experience ranges from senior high and college education in India and Hong Kong (under the British curriculum), to gifted education and accelerated primary learning in Auckland and Jakarta (under the Australian curriculum). Her academic background is in English and Education. She has Master degrees in both from India, UK and New Zealand.

Ms Vidushi Chaudhry

Special Educator, Mindsprings Consulting / Mindsprings Publishing Mumbai, India

Vidushi Chaudhry is a Special Educator and Public Speaker, specializing in working with children struggling with reading, writing, language and learning difficulties. She has been working with struggling learners for the last six years, in both Mumbai and Delhi. Vidushi worked for a year at the NGO Learning Matters in Delhi, where she worked one-on-one with children with learning disabilities. She trained using a diagnostic-prescriptive approach, became a Schools Attuned practioner and did intensive remedial as well as curriculum- based intervention programmes. She has a Masters in Counselling Psychology, a diploma in Managing Special Needs and is currently pursuing Bachelors in Education.

Ms. Aurelia Garcia

Teacher of Language Arts Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow Lapampa, Argentina

Teacher of English graduated from Universidad Nacional de La Pampa (UNLPam), Argentina. Evaluation Specialist graduated from UNLPam. Higher Diplomate in Education and New Technologies. Fulbright Scholar from DAT program 2010 with project in Web 2.0 Technologies and Teachers´ Professional Development. Assistant Teacher at UNLPam in General Didactics and in Educational Practice III. Active Member of Educational Research Institute ISSEI at Teachers´ Training Department (UNLPam). English Teacher at University High School.

Ms. Parvati

Incharge City International School, Lucknow

Ms Parvati Sharma is a curriculum Developer and Trainer at Global classroom Pvt. Ltd. at Nurture International Welfare Society. Parvati Sharma is Post Graduate in sociology and she is one of the core team members at Nurture. Prior to joining Global Classroom she has worked as Pre-Primary Co-Ordinator and Pre-Primary Teacher at city international school established by Dr Sunita Gandhi, initially she did her Teachers training form city international school and also conducted the second batch of teachers training. Parvati Sharma has also specialized in Mixed Age Classroom teaching techniques for three years, handling Pre-Primary children with innovative, psychological, love and affection techniques, Montessori method and maintained a Model Classroom at city international school. She believes that pre-primary is the base of a child so if the base is nurtured with love, affection and of without fear the child will have a strong base and strong personality.

5th Ed Leadership Roundtable 2011 "Category A (Rs 2,000/- each)" Education Innovation In-Process Fellowship

S. No Name School City
1 Mr Quentin and Dr Freda Moore Judson Schools Pune
2 Mr Lalindra Dilhan Wickramasinghe Giggles International School Sri Lanka
3 Ms Revathi Srinivasan Smt. Sulochana Devi Singhania School Thane
4 Ms Vijaylaxmi Khatwani National Public School Indore
5 Dr. Rashmi Vij Police DAV Public School Jalandhar
6 Mr Birendra Singh Bisht New Montessori School Nainital
7 Ms Grace S. Mathias Queen Mary School Mumbai
8 Ms Ruchi Shukla City Montessori School Lucknow
9 Mr Mayank Mallik Kejriwal Foundation Darbhanga
10 Ms Priya Kakkar Nurture International Welfare Society Lucknow
11 Mrs D’Cruz Lucy Dominic Judson High School Pune, Maharashtra
12 Mrs Alka Mehrotra Aggarsain Public School Kurukshetra, Haryana
13 Mrs Sweta Singh Arunodaya Public School Thane, Mumbai
14 Mr Suman Shrestha Kanchanjunga English School Nepal
15 Mr Dharma Raj Ghimire Rose Bud Academy Rupandehi, Nepal
16 Ms Dipti Dogra City Montessori School Lucknow
17 Mrs Maneesha Balasooriya Royal International School Kurunegala, Sri Lanka
18 Ms Shruti Gupta City Montessori School Lucknow
19 Ms Margaret Daniel / Mr Richard Moktan Malpi International School Nepal
20 Dr Amlan K. Saha The Sanskaar Valley School Bhopal
21 Mrs Dhun Maneck Mistry Queen Mary School Mumbai
22 Mrs Aruna Naidu City Montessori School Lucknow
23 Ms Rajani Singh City Montessori School Lucknow
24 Mr Lobsang Choedhar Malpi International School Nepal
25 Mr Basu Dev Ghimire Motherland English School Nepal
26 Ms Shalini Massey City Montessori School Lucknow
27 Mrs Vani Awasthi City Montessori School Lucknow
28 Dr Md. Kamrul Hasan North Garden International School and College Bangladesh
29 Mr R M S K Rathnayake Royal International Sri Lanka
30 Ms Ashley Moore Judson Group of Schools Pune
31 Mrs Nisha Pandey City Montessori School Lucknow
32 Ms Tanushree Dey City Montessori School Lucknow
33 Ms Alka City Montessori School Lucknow
34 Ms Rukshana H. Gardin J H Tarapore School Jamshedpur
35 Prayas Veer N I S Pathankot
36 Ms Ishita Dey Tarapore School Jamshedpur
37 Mr Sudhir Mishra Nurture International School Kanpur
38 Ms Diana Gomes Queen Mary School Mumbai
39 Ms Sudipta Singh City Montessori School Lucknow
40 Mr Pradeep Kumar Khadanga Mother’s Public School Bhubaneswar
41 Dr Meenu Shukla City Montessori School Lucknow
42 Mrs V Hemmady Queen Mary School Mumbai
43 Mrs Meenal Mandhan Satya Prakash Public School Jabalpur
44 Mr Christopher Domnic Rodricks City Montessori School Lucknow
45 Ms Saher M A Sayed City Montessori School Lucknow
46 Ms Jyoti N Kumar City Montessori School Lucknow
47 Ms Padma Shahi and Mr Kamal Prasad Regmi Pearl International Academy Nepal
48 Ms Sujatha Valsan Rims Montessori House of Children Kerala
49 Ms Shruti Dixit City Montessori School Lucknow
50 Mr Viraf Dinyar Pesuna Rustomjie International Jalgaon
51 Mr Shreeram Kr. Das Gyan Niketan Secondary School Nepal
52 Mrs Savita Ajay Ambule Royal Gondwana Public School Nagpur
53 Dr Mrunalini D Dasture South Point School Nagpur
54 Mrs Kanchan Kanwar City Montessori School Lucknow
55 Ms Jaya Agarwal City Montessori School Lucknow
56 Ms Purnima Singh City International School Lucknow
57 Mrs Babita Saxena Bachpan School Shahjahanpur
58 Mr Harish Choudhary Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
59 Ms Rasika Satyajeet Dasture South Point School Nagpur
60 Ms Gitanjali Capoor City Montessori School Lucknow
61 Dr (Mrs) Chhaya Singh City Montessori School Lucknow
62 Mrs Manisha Sulunke South Point School Nagpur
63 Ms Uma Tiwari Mother’s Pride Senior Secondary School Raipur
64 Ms Harinder Pal Kaur Krishak English School Wardha
65 Ms Geetika Ahuja Grand Columbus International School Faridabad
66 Ms Geeta Tankha City Montessori School Lucknow
67 Md. Sultan Farid Bir Shrestha Munshi Abdur Rouf Dhaka
68 Ms Jaya Parekh Arunodaya Public School Thane
69 Mrs Sufia S Khan City Montessori School Lucknow
70 Mrs Shailaja Deshpande Baroda High School Vadodara
71 Mrs Poonam Munjal National Public School Indore
72 Ms Sujata Gyawali Durga Shaikshik Griha Nepal
73 Ms Anu Sharma City Montessori School Lucknow
74 Mrs Manda S. Walokar South Point School Nagpur
75 Ms Sapna Srivastava City Montessori School Lucknow
76 Mrs Suman Kochhar National Public School Indore
77 Mr J N Aryal and Mr Richard Moktan Malpi International School Nepal
78 Ms Poonam Bajpai City Montessori School Lucknow
79 Ms Indira Mainali Butwal Elite English School Nepal
80 Md. Mostaq Ahamed Birshrestha Munsi Abdun Rouf Public College Bangladesh
81 Mr Kamal Hossain Birshrestha Munsi Abdur, Rouf Public College Bangladesh
82 Dr (Mrs) Pranavi Luthra MRV School New Delhi

"Category C (25,000/- each)" Outstanding Contribution To Education Award

S. No Name School City
1 MS Grace S. Mathias Queen Mary School Mumbai
2 MR Kartikay Saini Scottish High International School Gurgaon

Education Innovator Award

S. No Name School City
1 Mrs. Vijaya H. Desai Somalwar High School & Junior College Nagpur
2 Mr. Sushant Kalra Parwarish Institute of Parenting New Delhi
3 Mr. Bailey D. Bodhanwala Tarapore School Jamshedpur
4 Ms. Vedavati Ravindra Swami Vivekanand High School Pune
5 Ms. Anu Verma B.C.M Arya Model Sr. Sec. School Ludhiana
6 Ms. Mrinalini Anant Meerut Public Girls School Meerut
7 Ms. Kalpana Singh Children's Academy Jaipur
8 Fr. Magi Anthony Murzello St. Andrews High School Mumbai
9 Mrs. Nalini Sharad City Montessori School Lucknow
10 Mr Gaurav Shukla Kopal Care Foundation Raipur

4th International Roundtable 1st - 4th August, 2010 come let's shape a new education...


Re-imagine education at school)

Saturday, 31st July, 2010

Welcome And Registration

Shaping a New Education – A Cultural Presentation

Sunday, 1st August, 2010

Theme 1

A NEW EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP – Dr Robert J Saunders, Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA Sharma

Theme 2

DEFINING OUTCOMES – Dr Sunita Gandhi, Co-Founder, Council for Global Education, USA, Conceptualiser Global Education Model of Schooling and Senior Advisor, CMS, Lucknow

19:30 An Interactive Video Conference with Prof Howard Gardner, Founder of MI Theory,Harvard University, USA via satellite connection

Monday, 2nd August, 2010

Theme 3

SCHOOL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Theme 4

MACRO POLICY FRAMEWORK – Prof Geeta Kingdon, Chair, Education Economics and International Development, Institute of Education, London University, UK. We also expect Shri Kapil Sibal, Minister, MHRD

Tuesday, 3rd August, 2010

Theme 5

INTERACTIVE TEACHING METHODS
Interactive Teaching Methods Interactive English By Andy Harvey, Patrick Mc Collough And Team, Hounslow Language Services, UK
Interactive Mathematics By Christopher Weinhold, Centre For Innovation In Education, USA

Theme 6

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ISSUES / MULTI AGE CLASSROOMS
Stella’s Creative Classrooms by Stella Fernandez, Master Teacher, Recipient, President’s Award, Ministry of Education, Singapore

Wednesday, 4th August, 2010

Theme 7

Teaching Methodologies - Simultaneous Breakout Sessions For Science / Montessori / Waldorf / Inquiry Based Learning / Cooperative Learning And More...
Presentation Of Ed Leadership Awards And Fellowships Hosted By Dr Jagdish And Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi, Founders, CMS

DEPARTURE: Friday, 6th August, 2010 or Evening of 5th August, 2010.

Please Note: Decision makers are encouraged to attend both policy and practice forums. Practitioners will find it most helpful to attend the practice forum.

List of Participants, 4th International Roundtable 1st - 4th August, 2010

S.No. Name School Name City
1 Mr Anirudh Gupta (CEO) DCM Group of Schools Punjab
2 Mr Pradeep Dasgupta (Director) St Xavier's College Bareilly
3 Mr Hemant Kumar Sharma (Principal) Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's V. M. Public School Vadodara
4 Mr A P Gaur (Vice Principal) DALIMSS (Dr Amrit Lal Ishrat Memorial Sunbeam School) Varanasi
5 Ms Poonam Srivastava (Teacher) DALIMSS (Dr Amrit Lal Ishrat Memorial Sunbeam School) Varanasi
6 Ms Neha Sarraf (Headmistress) DALIMSS (Dr Amrit Lal Ishrat Memorial Sunbeam School) Varanasi
7 Ms Paramjeet (Principal) Vyapar Mandal Public School Pilibangan
8 Ms R Nagpal (Director) Vyapar Mandal Public School Pilibangan
9 Mr Aashish (Teacher) Vyapar Mandal Public School Pilibangan
10 Ms Geetika (Teacher) Vyapar Mandal Public School Pilibangan
11 Ms Hemant Kachhawa (Principal) Children's Academy Jaipur
12 Ms Rakhi Nirwan (Coordinator) Children's Academy Jaipur
13 Ms Kalpana Singh (Principal) Children's Academy Jaipur
14 Ms Renu Vashishth (Coordinator) Children's Academy Jaipur
15 Ms Aruna Rao (Head Mistress) School of Scholars Nagpur
16 Ms Madhuri Dhote (Teacher) School of Scholars Nagpur
17 Ms Saraswati Verma (Principal Senior) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
18 Ms Neelam Chandra (Principal Junior) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
19 Mr Ravi Kothari (Manager) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
20 Ms Archana Marathe (Teacher) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
21 Mr Mayank Tripathi (Teacher) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
22 Ms Babita Singh (Teacher) Bal Shiksha Niketan Girls Inter College Bahraich
23 Mr Praveen D Ninawe (Principal) Priceless Pearl Scholar's Academy Nasik
24 Ms Susmita Khan (Coordinator) Lions School Mirzapur
25 Ms Laxmi Srivastava (Teacher) Lions School Mirzapur
26 Ms Alpa Kotadia (Director Principal) Vapi Public School Vapi
27 Ms Rekha Sasi Kumar (Vice Principal) Vapi Public School Vapi
28 Ms Krupa Buch (Teacher) Vapi Public School Vapi
29 Ms Neeru Singh (Teacher) Bright Scholar Senior Secondary School Sonepat
30 Ms Neelam Handa (Vice Principal) Bright Scholar Senior Secondary School Sonepat
31 Dr Mala Kapoor Chib (Director Principal) Silver Line School Ghaziabad
32 Ms Mangala Vaid (Vice Principal) Silver Line School Ghaziabad
33 Ms Sharmistha Bhattacharya (Headmistress) Ananda Ashram Balika Vidyapeeth Kolkata
34 Sr Nirupa (Principal) Mariampur Sr. Sec. School Kanpur
35 Sr Rose George (Principal) Mariampur Sr. Sec. School Kanpur
36 Sr Yvette (Principal) Mariampur Sr. Sec. School Kanpur
37 Sr Josy Thomas (Vice Principa Mariampur Sr. Sec. School Kanpur
38 Mr S P Verma (Manager) St Paul's Sr. Secondary School Sasaram
39 Mr Shiddharth Shankar Phukan (Founder / Director) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
40 Mr Prabin Bhuyan (Co-Ordinator) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
41 Mr Mukul Ali (Head - High School) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
42 Ms Jayshree De (Head - Middle School) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
43 Ms Anindita Bhattacharjee (Head - Primary) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
44 Mr Kumud Sharma (Head Senior Secondary School) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
45 Mr Rajani Kanta Das (Head - Senior Secondary - Arts & Comm) Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati
46 Ms Richa Masih (Teacher) St Dominic Savio English Medium School Lalitpur
47 Ms Asha Singh (Teacher) St Dominic Savio English Medium School Lalitpur
48 Ms Paramjeet Saluja (Teacher) St Dominic Savio English Medium School Lalitpur
49 Ms Lavindar Kaur (Teacher) St Dominic Savio English Medium School Lalitpur
50 Ms Shikha Trivedi (Administrator) National Public School Indore
51 Mr Harish Choudhary (Principal) Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
52 Mr Ashish Singhania (Pro Vice Chairman) Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
53 Mr Parikshit Tripathi (Secretary) Singhania Educational Institute Sitapur
54 Ms Deepa Mathur (Teacher) Translam Academy International Meerut
55 Ms Ranjana Singh (Teacher) Translam Academy International Meerut
56 Mr S K Sharma (Director) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
57 Mr Ashok Sharma (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
58 Mr Gaurav (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
59 Ms Nisha (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
60 Ms Chanchal (Head Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
61 Ms Pushpalata Bhardwaj (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
62 Ms Pushpalata Bhardwaj (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
63 Ms Monika Malik (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
64 Ms Roli (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
65 Ms Aarti (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
66 Ms Sarla Vats (Teacher) Rishikul Vidyapeeth Sonepat
67 Mr Ghanshyam Chowdhary (Principal) Hamirpur Public School Hamirpur
68 Mr B N Shinde (Principal) Sharad Pawar Public School Nasik
69 Ms Meena Yadav (Principal) Green Valley Senior Secondary School Bhopal
70 Ms Madhu Mehta (Headmistress) Green Valley Senior Secondary School Bhopal
71 Fr G A D'Souza (Principal) Namchi Public School South Sikkim
72 Mr Balwant Singh Chirana (Director) Vidya Bharti Public School Sikar
73 Mr Bhupendra Shekhawat (Director) Care Public Secondary School Jaipur
74 Ms Preeti Shekhawat (Principal) Care Public Secondary School Jaipur
75 Ms Anna Dias (Principal) B S Patel Primary School Navsari
76 Ms Kalpana Sarang (Teacher) B S Patel Primary School Navsari
77 Ms P Gouri (Principal) South Eastern Railways Mixed Higher Secondary School (English Medium ) West Singhbhum
78 Ms Aruna Vasu (Teacher) South Eastern Railways Mixed Higher Secondary School (English Medium ) West Singhbhum
79 Mr Ravi Dutt Sharma (Principal) SRT DAV Public Senior Secondary School Jalandhar
80 Mr Rakesh Sharma (General Secretary) Shri Brahamrishi Vidya Mandir (C)Taraori Karnal
81 Mr Rajesh Sharma (Vice Principal) Shri Brahamrishi Vidya Mandir (C)Taraori Karnal
82 Mr Darshan Kumar Jain (Hony. Manager) Jain Bharati Mrigavati Vidyalaya Delhi
83 Mr Timir Kumar Sengupta (Principal, Jalna) Podar International School Jalna
84 Ms Renee Bijlani (CRDC, Mumbai) Podar International School Jalna
85 Mr N V G Krishnamurthy (Principal, Chinchwad) Podar International School Jalna
86 Mr Pramod Mahajan (Principal, Kalyan) Podar International School Jalna
87 Ms Priti Lala (CRDC, Mumbai Podar International School Jalna
88 Mr Nikhil Patil (Teacher, Satara) Podar International School Jalna
89 Mr Subhash Gole (Teacher, Satara) Podar International School Jalna
90 Ms Supriya Kulkarni (Teacher, Ambegaon) Podar International School Jalna
91 Ms Divya Nagar (Teacher, Ambegaon) Podar International School Jalna
92 Mr Bipin Mahajan (Teacher, Jalna) Podar International School Jalna
93 Ms Gauri Dixit (Teacher, Jalna) Podar International School Jalna
94 Ms Archana Chakranarayan (Teacher, Jalna) Podar International School Jalna
95 Ms Dhanashri Phadnis (Teacher, Chakan) Podar International School Jalna
96 Ms Padamshri V (Teacher, Chakan) Podar International School Jalna
97 Ms Minal Vaidya (Teacher, Chinchwad) Podar International School Jalna
98 Ms Vaishali Ranasube (Teacher, Chinchwad) Podar International School Jalna
99 Ms Lydia Johnson Natar (Teacher, Kalyan) Podar International School Jalna
100 Ms Jecintha Joseph (Teacher, Sangli) Podar International School Jalna
101 Ms Prabhavati S N (Teacher, Sangli) Podar International School Jalna
102 Mrs Renu Garg (Secondary Incharge) Maharaja Aggarsain Adarsh Public School Delhi
103 Mrs Tripta Sachdeva (Incharge Primary) Maharaja Aggarsain Adarsh Public School Delhi
104 Mrs Kavita Agarwal (P.G.T. Maths) Maharaja Aggarsain Adarsh Public School Delhi
105 Mrs Sandhya Gupta (P.G.T. Physics Incharge) Maharaja Aggarsain Adarsh Public School Delhi
106 Mrs Monica Makkar (Assistant Teacher) Maharaja Aggarsain Adarsh Public School Delhi
107 Ms Sangeeta Basu (Vice Principal) Central Modern School Kolkata
108 Ms Archana Sharma (Principal) Sanmati H.S. School Indore
109 Mr Vikram Seth (Principal) Holy Heart Presidency School Amritsar
110 Ms Anjana Seth (Director) Holy Heart Presidency School Amritsar
111 Mrs. Bindu Sharma (Principal ) Rayat International School S.B.S Nagar
112 Ms Monika Shukla (Teacher) Rayat International School S.B.S Nagar
113 Ms Ruma Basu (Incharge Senior) B D Memorial Institute Kolkata
114 Ms Reshma Bhattacharya (Incharge) B D Memorial Institute Kolkata
115 Ms Rina Das (Incharge) B D Memorial Institute Kolkata
116 Ms Shyamali Biswas (Incharge) B D Memorial Institute Kolkata
117 Ms Sheela Mehra (Incharge) B D Memorial Institute Kolkata
118 Ms Niyati Chitkara (Principal) Chitkara International School Chandigarh
119 Ms Honey Bhatia (Dean Admin) Chitkara International School Chandigarh
120 Ms Priya Kejriwal (Dean Acadimics) Chitkara International School Chandigarh
121 Ms Arti Kataria (Principal) Bal Bharati Public School Bhopal
122 Mr D K Chaturvedi (Principal) Aadharshila The Schoo Bihar
123 Mr Benjamin Newton (Principal) Grace Academy Dehra Dun
124 Ms Anju Rathi (Principal) Radiant Stars English School Aligarh
125 Mr Vishal Jain (Principal) Shanti Niketan Vidypeeth Meerut
126 Ms Sonal Verma (Coordinator Academics) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
127 Ms Hema Jadhav (Coordinator Activities) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
128 Ms Suni P Bhat (Mentor) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
129 Ms Neelam Sharma (Mentor) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
130 Ms Geeta Sikdar (Headmistress) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
131 Ms Minu Mathur (Teacher) Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Vadodara
132 Mrs Bharti Bijwe (Principal) Sandipani Nagpur
133 Mrs Mrunalini Kale (Manager) Sandipani Nagpur
134 Ms Malka Faizuddin (Headmistress) Sandipani Nagpur
135 Ms Nilima Rai (Teacher) Sandipani Nagpur
136 Ms Ashu Khanna (Teacher) Sandipani Nagpur
137 Mrs Usha Vyas (Teacher) Sandipani Nagpur
138 Mr Trevor Jacob (Vice-Principal) Barnes School and Junior College Nasik
139 Mr Shawn Clifford Tims (Teacher) Barnes School and Junior College Nasik
140 Mr Malcolm Ovichegan (Teacher) Barnes School and Junior College Nasik
141 Mr Francis D'Souza (Teacher) Barnes School and Junior College Nasik
142 Ms Grace Mathias (Principal) Queen Mary School Mumbai
143 Mrs Sushma Munjal (Academic Director) Firayalal Public School Ranchi
144 Mrs Prerna Munjal (Teacher) Firayalal Public School Ranchi
145 Mrs Arundhoti Roy Choudhary (Principal) Kendriya Vidyalaya Bally Guage Kolkata
146 Ms Meenakshi Sant (Teacher) Mira Model School New Delhi
147 Ms Vandita Vaid (Teacher) Mira Model School New Delhi
148 Fr Paul D'Souza (Principal) St. Joseph's School Sikkim
149 Mrs Madhu Kochar (Principal) Subodh Play School Jaipur
150 Dr (Mrs) Anita Surana (Principal) Merry Lords School Jaipur
151 Dr S K Mahajan (Director) Angel Valley Sr Secondry School Chhattisgarh
152 Dr Ram Mohan (Principal) Suditi Global Academy, Mainpuri
153 Mr Avanish Kumar Sharma (Principal) BD Dav Public School Himachal Pradesh
154 Ms Mrudula M Mahajan (Headmistress) Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Public School Pimpri
155 Mrs Kiran S Kamble (Teacher) Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Public School, Pimpri
156 Ms Sunita Shamsunder Phadke (Teacher) Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Public School, Pimpri
157 Mrs Sushmita Kanungo (Principal) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
158 Ms Alpona Dey (Principal) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
159 Mrs Padmawati Pandey (Teacher) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
160 Mrs Geetika Joshi (Teacher) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
161 Mrs Madhuri Srivastava (Teacher) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
162 Mrs Seema Chaturvedi (Teacher) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
163 Mrs Alka Agarwal (Teacher) Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir Allahabad
164 Mr Laxmidhar Jena (Director) Nachiketan Public School Ellenabad
165 Mr Maimur Sultan (Director and Principal) Shree Gurukul English Medium School Campus Keonjhar
166 Mr Manas (Senior Teacher) Sarvhitkari Keshav Vidya Niketan Jalandhar
167 Mr Prashant Kakkar (Regional Advocacy Leader) Edu Sports Bangalore
168 Mr G Prabhakar Reddy (Principal Administrator) Bhadrachalam Public School and Junior College Khammam
169 Mrs Vanita Dogra (Director) Kider Brook Child Development Centre Pune
170 Mrs Shobha D Kale (Treasurer) Krishak Education Society Wardha
171 Ms Pranita G Hiwase (Headmistress) Krishak Education Society Wardha
172 Mr Vijay B Dolas (Headmaster) Krishak Education Society Wardha
173 Ms Harinder Kaur (Headmistress) Krishak Education Society Wardha
174 Mr Arun Deshpande (Director) Stanford International Girls School Ujjain
175 Mr D K Tiwari (Director) Stanford International Girls School Ujjain
176 Mr Vivek Paraskar (Director) Stanford International Girls School Ujjain
177 Mr Hemant Goyal (Director) Stanford International Girls School Ujjain
178 Ms Ramani Dennis (Teacher) Ordnance Clothing Factory School Chennai
179 Ms Fatima Julian (Teacher) Ordnance Clothing Factory School Chennai
180 Ms Mary Ethelveena (Teacher) Ordnance Clothing Factory School Chennai
181 Ms Devaki Devarajan (Teacher) Ordnance Clothing Factory School Chennai
182 Ms Alaka Sahu (Principal) Radcliffe School Amritsar
183 Mr M S Solanki (Director) Maharishi Vidya Mandir School Bhopal
184 Mr Ajai Kumar Mishra (Principal) Baba Gurukul Academy Barabanki
185 Mr Rajesh Batra (President) Alpha Montessori School Fazalpur
186 Mr Pradeep Kumar (Principal) Kantabanii Lions Public School Fazalpur
187 Dr (Ms) Poonam Khurana (Teacher) DAV Model School Chandigarh
188 Dr (Ms) Lalita Nandel (Teacher) DAV Model School Chandigarh
189 Ms Rajni Sharma (Coordinator) Aman Bhalla Foundation Pathankot
190 Mr Deepak Singi (Principal) Eicher School Parwanoo
191 Ms Vijaylaxmi Khatwani (Principal) National Public School Indore
192 Mr P Kejriwal (Founder) P K College for Professional Studies Darbhanga
193 Ms Namita Gir (Principal) The Pre-School Jaipur
194 Mr M G Paranjape (Advisor) Group of Jain Public Schools Indore
195 Mr P S Dikshit (Director) Group of Jain Public Schools Indore
196 Mr Pramod Dalmia (Director) Group of Jain Public Schools Indore
197 Ms Ratna Juneja (Vice Principal) Group of Jain Public Schools Indore
198 Mr Anil Kumar (Principal) Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya Delhi
199 Ms Annie Priyadarshni (Principal) Word and Deed Educational Academy Hayathnagar
200 Mr Christopher (Teacher) Word and Deed Educational Academy Hayathnagar
201 Ms Vijaya H Desai (Principal) Somalwar High School and Junior College Nagpur
202 Mr Damodar P Thombre (Lecturer) Somalwar High School and Junior College Nagpur
203 Mr Viraf Dinyar Pesuna (Principal) Rustomjie International Jalgaon
204 Ms Kashmra Viraf Pesuna (Principal) Rustomjie International Jalgaon
205 Ms Shubhra Mukherjee (Principal) Dalmia Vidya Mandir Jhunjhunu
206 Ms Babita Saxena (Principal) Bachpan School Shahjahanpur
207 Ms Sudha Yadav (Director) Bachpan School Shahjahanpur
208 Mr Mohammed Bilaluddin (Principal) M M Model School Kolkata
209 Ms Ayesha Bilal (Teacher) M M Model School Kolkata
210 Ms Vijaya Dhande (Principal) Edelweiss Nagpur
211 Mr M S Rahman (Principal) Hamdard Public School New Delhi
212 Ms Tahera Rahman (Teacher) W/O Mr M S Rahman Hamdard Public School New Delhi
213 Ms Shahbano Saiyed (Coordinator Academic) Hamdard Public School New Delhi
214 Master Mehvash S/O Ms Shahbano Saiyed Hamdard Public School New Delhi
215 Master Adil S/O Ms Shahbano Saiyed Hamdard Public School New Delhi
216 Dr (Mr) L M Joshi (Principal) J N Kaul Institute of Education Nainital
217 Ms Kashmira Jaiswal (Principal) Nav Rachana School Vododara
218 Mr Claude Noronha (Director) Silver Oak School Nashik
219 Ms Claudine Noronha (Principal) Silver Oak School Nashik
220 Ms Aarti Kumari Jadeja (Principal) Little Steps Montessori School Kutch
221 Ms Pratima Gor (Vice Principal) Little Steps Montessori School Kutch
222 Mr Pramod Kumar (Headmaster) O P Jindal School Raigarh
223 Fr Lawrence Monteiro (Principal) St Augustine's School Darjeeling
224 Fr John Lasrado (Principal) St Antony's School Darjeeling
225 Ms Jennifer Cruze (Founder Partner) The Ed-Visors West Mumba
226 Mr Pramod Agrawal (Founder Partner) The Ed-Visors West Mumba
227 Mrs Nikita D Bhate (Decision Maker) Kids Paradise School Sangli
228 Mrs Sangeeta S Vechalekar (Coordinator KG) Kids Paradise School Sangli
229 Mrs Sangeeta S Vechalekar (Coordinator KG) Kids Paradise School Sangli
230 Ms Kanchan Srivastav (Principal) Daffodils Public School Mirzapur
231 Ms Hansa Verma (Principal) Daffodils Public School Mirzapur
232 Dr (Ms) Mrunalini D Dasture (Principal) South Point School Nagpur
233 Ms Shraddha S Kelapure (Headmistress) South Point School Nagpur
234 Ms Harsha Pandey (Teacher) Navi Mumba
235 Mr Mrunal S Lamge (Trainer) Life Learning Solutions (W), Mumba
236 Mr Mohindar Bajaj (Manager) Chiranjiv Bharati School Lucknow
237 Ms Sneh Arora (Supervisor) Maneekji Cooper Education Trust School Mumbai
238 Ms Shashi S Phansalkar (Director of education) Shri Swaminarayan Gurukul, West Mumba
239 Ms Poly (Principal) Mother's Public School Bhubaneswar
240 Mr Taranvir Tap Achievers Delhi
241 Fr Angel Mathew (Vice Principal) De Paul School Visakhapatnam
242 Mr Christopher Kumar (Teacher) De Paul School Visakhapatnam
243 Mrs Lakshmi Nirmala (Teacher) De Paul School Visakhapatnam
244 Mrs G Shanti (Teacher) De Paul School Visakhapatnam
245 Mr Bibhuti Narayan Biswal (Principal) Sri Sathya Sai Vidyaniketan Navsari
246 Ms Kavita Mathur (Principal) Satya Prakash Public School Jabalpur
247 Ms Deepali Tiwari (Academic Coordinator) Satya Prakash Public School Jabalpur
248 Ms Aditi Tewari (Principal) N L K Group of Institutions Kanpur,
249 Ms Jyoti Goplani (Teacher) N L K Group of Institutions Kanpur,
250 Ms Ruchika Bhatia (Teacher) N L K Group of Institutions Kanpur,
251 Ms Madhushree Bhaumik (Principal) N L K Group of Institutions Kanpur,
252 Ms Anushui Gupta (Teacher) N L K Group of Institutions Kanpur,
253 Mr Kanwaljeet Khungar (Principal) Bharat National Public School Delhi
254 Ms Pashmina Singh (Headmistress) Bharat National Public School Delhi
255 Mr Rajesh Bajaj (Teacher) Bharat National Public School Delhi
256 Mr Gaurav Gupta (Teacher) Bharat National Public School Delhi
257 Mr P Vashishtha (Principal) Hindu's Malviya Shiksha Sadan Senior Secondary School Sonepat
258 Ms Sanjukta Bhattacharya (Teacher) Children's Foundation Kolkata
259 Ms Sangeeta Mukerji (Teacher) Young Horizan School Kolkata
260 Ms Nivedita Srivastava (Principal) Shri L G Haria Multipurpose School Vapi
261 Mr Arunabh Singh (Director - Innovation Management) Nehru World School Ghaziabad
262 Dr Mr Inder Malik (President) Baptist Convent Senior Secondary School East Delhi
263 Mr Samir Kumar Pandey (Teacher) Delhi Public School Singraul
264 Ms Bharti Swami (Principal) Vidhyashram International School Vchiyarda Jodhpur
265 Mr Surjit Singh Grover (General Secretary) Jaycees Public School Rudrapur
266 Mr Sudhanshu Pant (Vice Principal) Jaycees Public School Rudrapur
267 Mr Harendra S Dhaila (Teacher) Jaycees Public School Rudrapur
268 Mr Sandip Kumar Dey (Principal) St Michael's School Ranchi
269 Mr Kamal Behl (Director) St Michael's School Ranchi
270 Mr Santhosh (Academic Incharge) St Michael's School Ranchi
271 Ms Vandana Behl (Principal)