New Delhi, India
This is Manish Sharma!! Teach For India Fellow, teaching underprivileged children in Delhi. Pratham Institute Leaders of Tomorrow CEHRO Intern Columnist for newspapers & magazines
I am currently working as a Teach For India Fellow teaching underprivileged children in a low-income community in Delhi. I am also part of the Pratham Institute Leaders of Tomorrow program and an intern with the Centre For Education and Health Research Organization.
I am also currently doing the Global Girls Education Fellowship of Teach for All to solve challenges in girls' education globally.
I studied at prestigious universities- HKUST, New York University, and the University of Cincinnati, USA.
Before joining my Fellowship, I worked in Finance, Private Equity, and Data Analytics in the US, India, Australia, and Mongolia.
I am also a columnist for leading newspapers and magazines on important social, education, and economic issues.
I am passionate about football, innovations in education, and writing on important issues.
In my free time, I like watching football, reading motivational books, and like to explore new places.Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?
I want to be part of the HundrED Community because I am passionate about innovations in education. Already working in the education space and really want to know what all innovations are going in education especially in this pandemic time. I can explore innovations in educations in my class and can work in this space after Fellowship. I want to develop a strong network with educators globally.How can education support students to flourish?
Education is the only route through which students can change their life. Education opens new options for students and can increase their earning capacity in the future. Education develops reasoning power in students that can help them make the right decisions in life. Education can change the overall personality of students and brings more awareness to students.What role does innovation play in education change?
Innovations help educators recognize new ideas that can help them in teaching. Educators can introduce practices that better prepare students to function in the future. Innovations in education encourage teachers and students to explore and research to uncover something new. Innovation can improve education as it compels students to use a higher level of thinking to solve problems.Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)
Slam Out Loud- Build creative confidence in disadvantaged children. Teachers lead Tech- Help primary school teachers to be comfortable with tech. Classtime- Immediate feedback on every student's level of understanding.