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Shan: Ghost of the Outdoor Classroom

It was a typical Friday morning in the Snow Leopard Conservancy-India Trust (SLC-IT) office. Most […]

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Feet on Fire: My Life in the Garden

Out of all the surprises that have come with my first month of service in […]

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Our Community, Our Textbooks: Developing a Locally Relevant Primary School Curriculum

Dressed in a French beret, tall socks and a vintage, knit suit carrying nothing but […]

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School Libraries as Dynamic Learning Spaces

Jamsheena’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.  “Without libraries what do […]

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Youth Engagement and Empowerment through Creativity

Utilizing creativity and the arts are great ways to empower and engage youth. “Empowering Youth” […]

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The Year That Was: Embracing Failure

“A good experience should show you windows and mirrors“, said my mentor Parul Sheth, one […]

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The Year That Was: Fieldwork and Facilitation

“The first rule of fieldwork is that you have to be genuine and come in […]

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The Year That Was: Restructuring the English Curriculum

“You said the spelling of ‘colour’ is with a ‘u’ but look, our school teacher […]

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Child Labor and Occupational Disabilities

Thinking about disability and health outcomes among child laborers really hit me when I started […]

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Dismantling the Power Structure and Enabling Free Speech in Classrooms: Part 3

Jamsheena’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust. Negotiating power and privilege […]

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