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Rita Wilson

Rita Wilson has over 40 years of rich experience as educationist including over 30 years of experience in school leadership positions. She is the former Chief Executive and Secretary Council for the ICSE, New Delhi.

She is a consultant to a number of corporate houses and educational institutions. She is serving as a Member of the Board of Governors/Managing Committees of some of the most prestigious schools and colleges of the country.

She has vast exposure to the education systems of Japan, Germany, England, Thailand, Singapore, Sharjah, Dubai and Finland. She has initiated, conducted and organised workshops for school teachers and principals all over India

With a B.A. (Hons) English Literature, M.A., M.Phil. (English Literature), B.Ed. to her credit, she has edited three series of English readers and work-books for school children.

Teacher-Student Relationships

Greetings of the festive season and a very happy New Year to all our readers from The Progressive Teacher. If I treat you as what you are capable of becoming, I help you become that -Goethe Teacher-student relationships lie at the heart of…

Celebrate books and reading

Greetings to all our readers for this season of festivals from The Progressive Teacher. While the entire country celebrates various festivals, we at The Progressive Teacher, celebrate books and reading in this issue. Albert Einstein was…

Teachers: Shapers of the future

Greetings to the entire teaching fraternity on the occasion of Teachers’ Day from The Progressive Teacher. Teachers’ day has been celebrated in India since 1962 as a tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. It is…

Let’s engage to manage

With the summer vacation behind us, now is the time to get back to the business of teaching. As the new term begins, I am sure we all are ready to face the new challenges and new aspirations it brings in its wake. I hope you all have come…

An ideal summer vacation

The idyllic summer vacation is almost here, much awaited by students and teachers alike. ‘School is work and vacation is play’. For many children, especially those from poor backgrounds, summer vacation is a time of boredom and inactivity.…

Shaping the shapers

Down the ages, teaching has been considered the noblest profession. The veteran American education journalist John Merrow describes teaching as “the heart and soul of a school.” Teachers instill, mould, and ultimately control much of the…