Visual Art – Understanding Identity

Neha G  Utmani is a Visual art facilitator who believes in teaching children to create an everlasting impact. She has a rich experience of several years in working with children. This post was published on her blog: http://nehautmani.blogspot.com/2016/10/identity.html and is made available here, with her kind permission. The session plan below is structured and facilitated … Continue reading Visual Art – Understanding Identity

Book 1: Tuesdays With Morrie

Originally published on this blog : https://bookslockdown.blogspot.com/2020/06/book-1-tuesdays-with-morrie.html by Smitha Ravindran Book 1: Tuesdays With Morrie Author : Mitch Albom Genre: Memoir Tone: Inspiring Published: 1997 Why I chose this book: I had first come across this book in 2002.All of 26 , and heavily pregnant I neither had the maturity or the motivation to scan through … Continue reading Book 1: Tuesdays With Morrie

Sustainability

Can sustainability and development go hand in hand? In two places that I recently visited, I believe this is possible.Maui,HawaiiAloha!!There was no littering anywhere. The resort where I stayed had many waste-water-energy management techniques in place. Here are a few : Variable energy drives efficient motors installed in water features systems. Engineering department standard operating … Continue reading Sustainability