Welcome to my site!

  • The more I follow current affairs and the state of the contemporary world with all it’s intolerance, violence, lack of empathy and awareness, the more I gravitate towards the sphere of education in order to be able to refresh and restart from the grassroots, in my own small way, to address and remedy the growing need for humanity, ethical values, sustainable and viable economic growth, social innovation and responsibility. You don’t just teach ‘subjects’ at schools. You teach entire new generations how to create and sustain a better, new world. 

  • Hi, I am Tulip Bhattacharya..

  • I graduated with Honours in Political Science and History and did my Master's degree in International Relations before starting my journey in the fascinating profession of teaching.

  • Prior to shifting to Hong Kong last year, I was teaching International History to Grades 8 till 12 at an international school offering the Cambridge International Examinations system of ‘Advanced’ (A Level), ‘Advanced Subsidiary’ (A.S. Level) and ‘Ordinary Level‘ (O Level).

  • I have completed my TESOL ( Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) degree from The Trinity College, London with a Grade 'A' ( 'Distinction in Performance' )

  • I am pursuing my Master's in Education degree specialising in 'Designing Powerful Learning Environments' from Hong Kong University.

  • I currently also teach at an international school in Hong Kong.

  • I love travelling and have visited various places across Europe, Asia and U.S.A. In today's world the role of education is of paramount importance to bridge the gulf between globalization and regional customs/values or even to devise ways to bring about an eclectic blend in the use of educational technology with effective learning methods of the past.

  • I intend to reflect upon my teaching and learning experiences here, whilst being a teacher in the day time and a student by night!

  • Get in touch with me at tulipb@connect.hku.hk
  • Please find attached below,PDF of image source acknowledgements and URL's.

“ The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” - Martin Luther King, Jr

Tulip Bhattacharya,
Dec 3, 2015, 6:05 PM
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