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At TAS, we have an eclectic mixture of experience and enthusiasm that works passionately as a team and makes learning a passion of life.
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I am a proud Tasian Mrs. Arya , I teach middle school. This is a crucial period of students. Middle school is a time of transition for many students. if transitions do not go well for a student for some reason, learning can suffer. A positive transition into middle school is critical for success.
For the students, becoming a middle schooler is a big deal. Not just because they change classes and have more freedom but because they are really growing up. Things are changing. There is massive uncertainty has to be dealt with the pressure to fit in, and even physical changes that appear out of nowhere. The school plays a very important role in this transition.
My name is Ms. D’Souza and I am an English teacher at TAS. I have completed my graduation and post graduation in English Literature. I have also completed my B.Ed. It has been just a few years since I embarked on my journey of teaching and I have a lot to learn. For me, teaching is much more than merely academics. As a teacher, I consider myself responsible for the lives I shape through my teaching and example.
Literature represents the culture and tradition of a language or a people. Works of literature, at their best, provide a kind of blueprint of human society. From the writings of ancient civilizations such as Egypt and China to Greek philosophy and poetry, from the epics of Homer to the plays of William Shakespeare, from Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte to Maya Angelou, works of literature give insight and context to all the world’s societies. In this way, literature is more than just a historical or cultural artifact; it can serve as an introduction to a new world of experience.
I am Mrs. Ramachandran, the senior coordinator at TAS. I hold a graduate degree in Computers and a Master’s degree in English. It’s rightly said that some people change your life forever.
Teachers leave a lasting impression on their students. I owe where I am today to my teachers. My journey towards teaching started in my school days. My mathematics grades took a nose dive in the 10 th grade, that is till I met my mentor and guide in the form of my mother’s friend. A teacher par excellence herself, she is the embodiment of the different skills a teacher should possess – the capacity to tap into a student’s potential, to aid them to engage in divergent thinking and to encourage every child to have confidence in their ability to find solutions. She showed me how a teacher can transform the dislike/fear/inhibitions regarding a subject into a lifelong passion. When I began my teaching career in Mumbai, I was fortunate enough to know and interact with experienced seniors and peers who helped me hone my skills and truly imbibe the meaning of being a teacher – a safe haven for children. Nothing brings me greater joy and a sense of satisfaction than seeing my children achieve their personal dreams/aspirations while working towards becoming citizens who contribute towards the betterment of society.