Welcome to


Our Student's Students
This social work project wishes to carry out a quality-in-literacy oriented, rural-based socio-educational movement in the troubled regions of India. We work tirelessly against various kinds of sectional-hatred. We wish to emerge a new class of youth that is well-informed, intelligent, courageous and well-rounded in character. This project also includes the releasing of a documentary that would expose the main fallacies of our current global education system. It’s aimed to surely change the educational establishment and shatter the status-quo, protecting the youth and allowing them to rise up freely yet with the right aspirations for human values.
 

Allowing the Youth to Rise up 
Freely with Human Values


Laws of Abundance



The Law of Abundance affirms that there can never be any shortage. Shortage exists only in the mind as a result of poor thinking. There is always more energy available than we could ever hope to utilize, and more is being created all the time. What your neurons focus on and believe, your body achieves. Unnecessary unsubstantial Fear and Doubt are also very destructive. Your words have a great impact on what your world will become. You state has a major role in how you create your response to Reality. It's energy that gives life to Abundance. Abundant Ripples create waves. By re-framing your mind system, you will rewire your future for the better.

You can rise up from anything




True Education is that which enables you to rise up from anything.

Education that pays


We are pleased to invite you to Education That Pays 2018 Conference.  

October 29th-30th, 2018
Kivi Milimani Hotel
Milimani Road, off Ralph Bunche Road, Nairobi, Kenya

This year's conference will be an opportunity to learn, share and connect on the theme: "Skills for All: Education for Employment, Entrepreneurship & Empowerment."

This conference provides a space for networking, sharing innovative approaches and awarding excellence in entrepreneurship education from the past year. Join us and hear from award-winning teachers, charities and business leaders from around the world. You'll also experience our Enterprise in Education Learning Lab and take part in exciting round table discussions.

To register, visit the registration form HERE. Early Bird admission at £99, approximately 13,000KES, will be open until September 25th, after which admission will be £149, approximately 20,000KES, with registration ending on October 22nd. Registration does not include costs for transportation to the venue and accommodation. Please note that we are only able to provide invitation letters for visa applications following your registration and payment in full. 

Your registration is not complete until you receive a confirmation email confirming receipt of both registration and payment.

Lunch and refreshments will be served throughout both days. Also, please join us for our annual awards gala and dinner on the evening of the 29th.

We look forward to seeing you in October!  

Note: We will be announcing speakers and programme details over the next few weeks, so please keep an eye on our website for further updates!


Best wishes,
The Education That Pays Team
Teach A Man To Fish
Address: Unit F5, 89-93 Fonthill Road, London N4 3JH, United Kingdom
UK Registration Number: 1112699
Uganda Registration Number: 11467

Cooking and Gardening


How Effective are you in Communicating?


How Effective are you in Communicating?
How can you improve your thinking skills? How can you improve your ability to put your thoughts into words? How can you improve your ability to communicate your words to other people? And yes how can you make your voice more easier to understand. These are the questions each individual must ask oneself. As an Educator or Teacher, one must improve in all these areas to be an effective leader.

'Yes, we teachers are not in it for the income. We are in it for the outcome.'

How an English teacher became a role model
"(She taught us)  to write to express and not to impress, avoid bombastic language and be simple -- writing what we mean and meaning what we write. 'Yes, Mrs Kamala's education was education of the heart where she positively made us better human beings. 'She didn't do it by lecturing, but by merely leading an upright life herself and setting an example for us. She became our role model. 'She surely proved that 'the good teacher teaches, the spiritual teacher preaches, but the successful teacher reaches.' 'Indeed, she did manage to reach our hearts and touch our souls with her love and compassion.

Read the full article at http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/womens-day-special-how-an-english-teacher-became-a-role-model/20180308.htm

To teach means to touch life

Creating quality teachers is the fastest way to develop any country. When we get a chance to teach, we must ensure we add as much value addition to the teaching process. Teaching is a process that involves a direct link with the soul of your student. It's a very delicate process that needs to be prepared for with great sincerity and passion.

School Level Competitions in India

This Scholastic World website catalogs more than 220 school level competitions in India.
http://www.scholasticworld.in/search/label/School%20Level

Motivational Quote: Bruce Lee

 
“An intelligent mind is an inquiring mind. It is not satisfied with explanation, with conclusions. Nor is it a mind that believes, because belief is again another form of conclusion.” - Bruce Lee

The Mind laboratory



In the mind lies the mysterious connection to the universal divine core. If we don't study our mind, we remain blind. A conscious person is not just a person who breathes but also a person who understands the functioning of his reverberating mind.

It's by studying the mind inside that we are able to see the actual reality of what's going on outside. The individual mind is a part and a direct link to the universal mind.

Wow, a 13 year old with so much achievement! Tanmay Bakshi

 
Tanmay Bakshi desires and endeavours towards transforming the lives of those who are struggling with disabilities. Tanmay shares his passion of working in the field of Healthcare through Artificial Intelligence.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TajyMany/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanmay-bakshi-b15012a1/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqufIGIYauviVaKyJUzKvQw
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tanmay.bakshi.39

 
Tanmay Bakshi is a Software/Cognitive Developer, Keynote Speaker, Algorithm-ist, IBM Champion for Cloud, Honorary IBM Cloud Advisor and author of Hello Swift! Tanmay is host of an IBM Facebook Live series called Watson Made Simple with Tanmay. He has over 232,000 followers on his YouTube channel Tanmay Teaches, with a resolve to help 100,000 children and other beginners on their journey to innovate through coding. Tanmay supports initiatives like STEAM, Everyone Can Code, Girls Who Code and Kids Can Code. At the impressive young age of 9, his app tTables, which helps practice multiplication tables, was accepted into the iOS app store; at the age of 12, he presented one of his many algorithms, AskTanmay, the world’s first web-based NLQA (Natural Language Question Answering) System to be powered by IBM Watson, at IBM InterConnect 2016.

Tanmay has been exploring and experimenting with cognitive computing and creating his own, custom-built Machine Learning algorithms in the fields of Audiology, Electroencephalogram Pattern Recognition and bridging numeric with image patterns.


Bakshi already has a couple apps in the Apple app store. He is also the world's youngest IBM Watson programmer. IBM Watson is an intelligence engine which handles Artificial Intelligence (AI) as well as the Internet of Things (IoT). He can code in swift, VB, Java, C# among many other languages.

Spiritual Literacy


Even after all the development we have had in Science and Technology, we still are yet to understand the greatest mysteries of our Universe, we still don't know where we came from and where we go to and what is the ultimate purpose of this journey. And we might never know. And the infinite demand that beckons us to search for harmony with this lack of knowledge surely humbles us. We must rediscover the link to a great supreme nature force that envelopes us all. That inner source that creates, maintains and destroys. That one source where we find ultimate strength from an absolute nothing. That which makes as content in good times and prepared in bad times. Such a spiritual understanding is necessary for a complete education.

Illiterate Rickshaw Puller of Assam who started 9 Schools for Village Children.

Illiterate Rickshaw Puller of Assam who started 9 Schools for Village Children.

Ahmed Ali, a rickshaw-puller from Madhurbond of Karimganj district, Assam.The very first school he established was in 1978. Over the course of forty years, this septuagenarian established nine schools in Madhurbond and its nearby regions. For his laudable efforts in fostering education in the village areas, Ali was felicitated by Patherkandi MLA Krishnendu Paul.

The 100 Most Useful Websites

The 100 Most Useful Websites
Featured photo credit: Wireframing and Designing Website Layout via picjumbo.com

7 Books to Make You a Better Critical Thinker

7 Books to Make You a Better Critical Thinker
by Johnny Webber

1. Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman – Learn about the two systems that make us think. There is the fast, intuitive, and emotional side. Then there is the slower, more deliberative, and more logical.

2. How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler – Learn to look at a piece of text and analyze it critically.

3. Manufacturing Consent by Herman and Chomsky – Become a skeptical thinker. Question media. Question politicians. Question everything.

4. Plato’s Dialogues – An introduction to Platonic philosophy.



5. The Demon-Haunted World by Carl Sagan – Learn to differentiate between pseudoscience and the real thing.


6. Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely – An argument that refutes the common assumption that we behave in fundamentally rational ways.



7. The Art of Deception by Capaldi and Smit – How to win an argument, recognize a fallacy, persuade a skeptic, and more.

WHY FACTS DON’T CHANGE OUR MINDS

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/02/27/why-facts-dont-change-our-minds
WHY FACTS DON’T CHANGE OUR MINDS
New discoveries about the human mind show the limitations of reason. By Elizabeth Kolbert



The society owes much to its teachers.

The society owes much to its teachers.

Selected Articles and Links