Day 0 : Milind’s Superstar Class

Today I got an opppurtunity to see first hand how Teach for India’s classes work. I went to visit Milind’s Superstar class. It was great to see a group of 40+ 2 grade kids churning their ways from un-fortune towards a bright future through education.

It was interesting to see a Teach for India’s approach to learning work. Milind was doing a great job engaging and teach the kids, at the same time his set of volunteers were making sure that the kids got more 1:1 teacher time. I was also reminded of how important the superstar rules are, and we has grown ups also needs to read and follow them regularly.


Pic1. Superstar class, Rules of the Class,


Pic 2. Milind and Volunteers teaching in the class.

I have a very good video of Milind teaching vowels to the 2nd graders. I’ll upload it and put a link here as soon as I get better internet connection.

One interesting twist in this experience was that Milind offered me to try and teach “Action words” to a small group of 5 kids. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and was first hand grappled with the problem of keeping 7-8 year olds engaged in the learning process. I was also touched by the fact that the kids offered touching handshakes and wanted Vaibhav-Bhaiyya to come back!


Pic 3. Group of super stars learning who learn a bit of “action words” from me.

I start my tour ( ) tomorrow to help raise fundraise for Milind’s cause. Infact you can get to the action right from here Smile.


Pic 4. Pledge for Milind’s superstar class and Teach For India.

One thought on “Day 0 : Milind’s Superstar Class

  1. It’s called an actual aspect of teaching.
    Saluting everyone who takes such an initiative of developing India from a micro-level.
    Thank you.


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