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I am a simple man behind Propel Steps, driven by my ambition to make changes to the educational setup and initiate a positive change in the society via a good educational system. With the learning from the professional experience I had earned from Human Resource Management, Academic Process Orientation and Training & Development, I've started Propel Steps as a simple blog and have risen it to the level of one of the top educational blogs in India; single handedly. I've tried, failed, restarted, won and then again failed and again pursuing the vision.
"A good and a holistic education must be accessible to children from all economic backgrounds without any financial burden on their families."
That's the destination I'm traveling towards. A few like minded souls have joined the journey. Yet, we need more people who think on the same line.
Though the journey is challenging, we keep the fight on. We believe that "Our ambition can pause, rest a while, wait for the right moment, but it never quits"
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One of the things that we were educated to consider was that “learning” was a lifelong process, and back in the 50’s and 60’s a great deal of emphasis was placed on giving us the tools to enable us to continue learning and exploring through life…long after we had left school. That enabled us to explore our own leanings and inner “genius”.
Yes Stephanie, Education and learning is a life long process not only limited to a school compound. It goes beyond schools and ages. We learn consistently and few of us are lucky to find a genius in us 🙂
Thanks for your valuable thoughts and taking your time to share it with us 🙂 Hope you come back to read our blog again.
Peace and Love
Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
These are two excellent questions. Neither one asks about information or knowledge. They both suggest there is a genius in us that is deeper than that. I am not sure we teach it per se, but we can certainly be role models and offer paths to this type of learning that currently do not exist in our educational system.
Reblogged this on Icanbeatit.
Thanks for the reblog Ankush 🙂
You are welcome Dinesh 🙂