I don’t know much what to say.
Yesterday class seven presented me with a beautifully ornate Assamese gamusa and a small brass plate. They raised a little money themselves between students and pitched in to get these things for me, as seventh graders. What were you doing in 7th grade? It took me completely by surprise and was the... Read More.
Welcome back to the Omprakash blog! After an extended hiatus, the Omprakash blog is up and ready to bring you quality content. As you are all aware, Omprakash has recently made the transition to a new website. Aside from the sharp new aesthetic, all of the machinery under the hood is streamlined to deliver a quick,... Read More.
Here's what I was thinking about a third of the way through my last project with Lha Charitable Trust, two summers ago. Things to note and learn from: The only thing mentioned here that we really completed (and are extremetly happy about) was the video about tuberculosis. That's fine, but we could have spread ourselves less thinly if we had been more focused from the start! Some good things came... Read More.
Doing service work at the P.A.N.A.R.E. Rehabilitation Center is not for the faint hearted. It is a center for people with special needs and not all patients are responsive. The name P.A.N.A.R.E is made up of the first two letters of each of the words: PAtronato NAcional de REhabilitacion: the full name of the center. It was founded by Dr Humberto Rojas... Read More.
First and foremost, the most rewarding and inspiring aspect of my experience with ITSA were the students I got worked with in Ahmedabad. It was amazing to see how the imagined lesson plans were actually implemented to give ideas and thoughts for the students. ITSA really allowed me to have control over my lesson plan, and so I was able to share my passions with students in creative ways. So... Read More.