Welcome to Partners in Education

Hello to everyone. It has been a long time since we have posted here, but if anyone is still following this blog, we’d like to reconnect and will be aiming to send out ideas related to teaching periodically.

What kinds of interests or questions do you currently have that you’d like to see posts on?

Would anyone be interested in following teachers here at AES for a day or so while you are on holiday Delhi? If so, reply to this posting.

Looking forward to hear from you!

Anna and Michael

This blog is an ongoing account of work we are doing with educators in the Leh/Ladakh school district and also with the Tibetan Children’s Village Schools. Here you’ll find photos, video clips, our musings and more that show the history of what we have done in these areas, along with a little help from our friends! We would love to have folks who want to help get in touch. Feel free to post questions or answers to the questions teachers from Leh and TCV are posting. Want a great class project, link your kids to kids in these schools. One on one exchange is a great way for kids to learn languange.

We always hope to expand our efforts to include other teachers and to find ways to connect kids with kids.  We look to gain your support (time is more important than anything else) as this work continues.

Thanks for reading and feel free to create links to our site.


About A n M Citrino

We have lived and worked in international schools for the last 20 years.
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2 Responses to Welcome to Partners in Education

  1. Pingback: Impossible Situations | Anna Citrino—Poetry, Place, Pilgrimage

  2. Dale Yount says:

    What a wonderful endeavor! Please let me know if I can contribute.
    Dale Yount

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