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Mystery Skype

Mystery Skype
I, Meenakshi Uberoi, Education Evangelist & Founding Director of De Pedagogics, am passionate about coaching, teaching and learning. I design curriculum and train educators to equip and assist them in creating innovative, challenging and enriching classroom environments that are conducive to students becoming life-long learners. I am based out of Gurgaon, India and am proficient in conversing in 3 languages- English, Hindi and Punjabi. My aim is to drive programs to accelerate technology benefits in education with a scope of activities that cover the full spectrum of learning scenarios, including: student programs, teacher PD programs, K-12 learning technologies, 1:1 personal learning infrastructure and supporting educational content. A MIE Fellow and MIE Master Trainer, I am also a resource person for Pearson & for Shri Ram New Horizons and am ready to connect with educators across the globe between 18:00 – 10:00 EST (6:30 am – 10:30 pm India time).

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