Ms. Prachi Sahai, Research Scholar, GKV, Haridwar,India
Prof. V.K.Singh, Dean,FMS, GKV, Haridwar,India
Mr. Gaurav Vohra, Teacher of Indian Culture, High Commission of India, Nicosia, Cyprus
21st century is well known as the age of digital technologies and knowledge with all the globalization, informatization and the scientific discoveries. Teaching pedagogy are described as the unique and different approaches that a teacher uses in the classroom to make the communication more and more effective. This article will majorly focus on the didactics of the innovative practices along with special focus on the current pandemic situation.
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As we are reading this, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to stand still. Social distancing and severe lockdowns across the globe has forced people to find innovative ways to do their routine jobs. One of the first measures taken by governments is to ensure social distancing and discourage all social, political, and religious gatherings. That signals the shutting down of the educational institutions for the safety of students, teachers, and their families. No doubt, these steps were taken by the government are necessary and brought in the right direction to stop the further spread of the virus in their countries
Beliefs are, that we get the faces we deserve by the time we hit middle age. Many women can thank their genes for that youthful glow, but every woman can be made to look gorgeous provided she takes care of her lifestyle routine as well as the beauty routine. We are constantly under siege by the offers of all sorts of treatments, ranging from creams to serums, Botox and variety of filler works.
Irini Toufexis was born in Cyprus in 1971 but emigrated with her family to live in London aged 3 years old, at the age of 15 she received a scholarship to study music at the Pimlico Institute, during the same year Irini met Everton McCalla (‘Light Of The World’s drummer and songwriter).
The following year Irini was also discovered as a model, during one of her modelling sessions she was spotted by music manager Martin Levitt who's company offered Irini a recording contract, but despite these early breaks Irini found her artistic freedom restricted by her management deal, so to escape from this process Irini started to develop more as a singer/songwriter with her first hit single ‘24/7