"Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do"
A broad-minded and liberal person, she believes that education goes way beyond academics and that a child should be nurtured in every domain – physical, moral and social. Her meticulousness, magnanimity, foresightedness and passion for learning have enabled her to be an exemplary leader.
“Sadhana Infinity International School is synonymous with excellence - be it scholastic or co-scholastic domains. It envisages imparting the best education along with moulding a child’s personality and equipping him with all the necessary skills to lead a happy, disciplined and successful life. Children are malleable - they can be shaped into persons of excellence by their mentors. I believe in inspiring and motivating children to discover their potential. At SIIS, multifaceted platforms are provided to the students to unveil and ventilate their hidden potential and excel in their respective fields- be it academics, sports, or an extra-curricular pursuit.
The educational needs of today are very different from those of the past because of growing competition and the progress of science and technology. The students must be equipped with the skills required to face the challenges of the future.
... 21st-century skills are the skills today’s children need to thrive in school and beyond. The 3 R’s - reading, writing and arithmetic are still a must. But it’s not enough. Our children need additional cognitive skills in order to thrive in today’s world. Our children need to be able to synthesize information in context so that they can effectively communicate and collaborate with their fellow students and, eventually, their co-workers. The first tier of these skills is – collaboration and teamwork; creativity and imagination; critical thinking; problem-solving. The second tier of important 21st-century skills is – Flexibility and adaptability; Global and cultural awareness; Information literacy; and Leadership.
While Artificial Intelligence may not ever be able to truly replace human grading, it’s getting pretty close. From kindergarten to graduate school, one of the key ways artificial intelligence will impact education is through the application of greater levels of individualized learning. Some of this is already happening through growing numbers of adaptive learning programs, games, and software. These systems respond to the needs of the student, putting greater emphasis on certain topics, repeating things that students haven’t mastered, and generally helping students to work at their own pace, whatever that may be.
We want to mould a generation who can serve and succeed not only in their respective careers but also in serving humanity and develop empathy and sensitivity towards the world at large. For inculcating the true spirit of humaneness, I wish to create an atmosphere where the students may grow with a true spirit of tolerance and respect for all religions, reverence for elders, sensibility to their cultural heritage and courage to face the challenges of life.”
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