1. Mrs Suman Kumar, Principal, Bluebells School International. Kailash. New Delhi
It has indeed been a wonderful and very enriching journey with you by our side. You have helped to take our Pre Primary children towards excellence, through the various workshops you have conducted for my faculty.
Your dynamic personality which exudes a lot of warmth, your vibrancy has helped to make the classroom alive and has encouraged the teachers to evolve as story tellers par excellence.
You have motivated the teachers to evolve and connect.
2. B S Bhatnagar (aka Vijay Bhatnagar), Director Emeritus, The Indian School, Al Ghubra, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
Formerly - Headmaster, St Paul's School, Darjeeling; Principal, The Daly College, Indore; Headmaster, The Lawrence School, Lovedale, Ooty; Founder-Principal and, presently,
"I have known Mrs Mondira Bharadwaj for almost four decades as an excellent teacher, an effective teacher-trainee and an impressive motivator. She has taught generations of children and trained a large number of teachers. Several schools in India and abroad have had the good fortune of getting their teachers trained by her resulting in their staff and alumni achieving name and fame in the world of education. I am personally obliged to her for training my staff. I am one of her myriad admirers. May her tribe increase."
‘The outcome has been great ! It has made a huge difference in the teachers who have undergone this training, and been a great source of satisfaction for me, to have been able to show concrete, tangible change in how teaching is now done. ‘
3. His Emminence Thuksey Rinpoche, Chairperson, Druk White Lotus School, Leh Ladakh.
Druk White Lotus School had the privilege of having Mrs. Mondira Bharadwaj conduct a teachers' training program. Mondira did an outstanding job in her training but it was her sensitivity and attitude towards the culture and sentiments of the Ladakhi teachers made her very special. The teachers were very enthusiastic about their new skills, which they are putting into good use, and this will hugely benefit the students.
We look forward to her next visit.
4. Mrs. Malika Roy, Principal, Adamas International School, Kolkata
"A teacher is one who knows the way, shows the way and goes the way". These vibrant words by Mrs. Mondira Bharadwaj have added meaningful colours to the life of every teacher of AIS. Ma'am Bharadwaj has quite effectively transformed the teachers' profession into their passion. She has taught us that every child is unique in his/her own way. Ma'am has made us understand the world of children. She has taught us how to elicit answers from them, be innovative and portray our creativity in every aspect as a teacher.
She has been a stable guiding light for all the teachers of Adamas International School. The teachers owe their success to Ma'am Bharadwaj's unique and outstanding training. She has enriched and equipped us with various resources thought provoking activities innovative ideas, which has immensely helped us to grow and develop as teachers.
Mrs. Mondira Bharadwaj is an institution herself. Her methodology is intrinsic with our school's motto. "Teaching should be interactive, activity oriented and fun". She has trained us to let the students discover knowledge on their own, through experiments and keen observation.
5. Shikha Banerjee, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Kanpur
Mrs. Mondira Bharadwaj has been my teacher, guide and mentor for quite some time now. I was fortunate enough to be associated to her while I was the headmistress of Delhi Public School, Raipur looking after the primary school. Her workshops on thematic approach of teaching, student centric curriculum development, language development programme and much more were highly thought-provoking and taught me to look into the teaching learning process from a new dimension.
Further her workshops on importance of reading, various uses of teaching aids, integrated teaching etc. were all a great learning experience for me. Her support in the various areas of administration including subject allocation to teachers, framing of timetable, teacher evaluation procedure and improvisation on various management policies gave me the much required confidence to grow as a teacher as well as an administrator. Madam Bharadwaj's approach toward early education is unique yet very flexible. It gives scope to inclusion of all modern techniques while maintaining the best of the traditional practices.