Updated: Jan 27
In conversation with Mrs. Mallika Ganapathy.
She has 32 years of experience working with differently abled children and their families. She has worked with administrators on policies; teachers on pedagogic practices in rural, special, CBSE, ICSC and Cambridge Schools in the southern states of India. She is the Trustee and Director of MIRRA Charitable Trust, an initiative of “ABIVIDHI”, a collaborative eco-system of schools, NGOs, parents and professionals to make inclusion a reality in Chennai, India.
Mrs. Ganapathy believes that when children are self-directed and learn through exploration and curiosity, they live what they have learnt and offer it freely with sensitivity and compassion to others.
Bringing awareness about ADHD
(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) - Part 1/2
Parenting tips for Spirited/Vibrant children (Part 2/2 )
Mrs. Ganapathy suggests some books for Parents
1) Raising your Spirited Child by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka
2) How to talk so that kids can learn? by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish
3) Between Parent and child by Haim Ginott
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