Category: The Education Initiative

As someone who has watched, noted, and delivered many speech evaluations in her short life, let me tell you – it’s FUN. Not what you expected me to say, was it? But, then again, how many times has dear old Nish told you something “isn’t a big deal” when it could potentially be a big […]
“I speak two languages, Body and English.”  – Mae West. Yes, your grammar and vocabulary are definitely important, but the way you use your body language can raise your speech to a whole new level. Your posture, eye contact, gestures and facial expressions are some of the things that make up your body language. Let’s […]
In the previous installment of “A Gavelier’s Survival Kit”, an introduction was made to the “Club Leadership Manual” which revolves around the various roles a Gavelier could perform at Gavel Educational Meetings. So, picking up from where we left, we thought that it would be a great idea to talk about the said ‘Meeting Roles’. […]
A Guide to Competent Leadership and Realizing that You Can Get Rewarded for being Grammarian that Many Times! So, if you aren’t really all that interested in giving CC Speeches, what else can you do at Gavel Club, and more importantly, what do you get to show for it? It may surprise you, but Gavel […]
This is the second part of the installment on the Competent Communication manual. In part 1, we saw how a complete beginner, Kawmadee, under the watchful eye of her mentor, Abishake, learned the basics of public speaking. Now, let’s follow her as she refines her skills through the next few projects in her Competent Communication […]
As a student of Mathematics since my school days, I’m familiar with the system of education where we learn a difficult concept one baby step at a time. Let’s take Calculus for example. We learned basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as kids. Then we learned basic algebra, followed by Integration and Differentiation at […]