User:Pallavichander/My Sandbox

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Hello Pallavi,

Your sandbox is a personal subpage where you can practice the wiki skills. --Nellie Deutsch 12:27, 1 April 2009 (UTC)

Pallavi Chander

Hi there, I currently work part-time with Maraa (which means tree in Kannada), we are a media collective. We work closely with communities and look at creating platforms for expression through media and the creative arts to build and strengthen networks. And regenerate the understanding of media and the role it plays.

I’m also a student of sculpture at Chitrakala Parishad, an art college in Bangalore, India. Studying in an art institution for the last four years has helped me channelize many questions on learning and understand in depth its context and relevance. Untangling the different answers to freeze on one that convinces me. I have rooted most of my learning process through theatre and art. I have been actively involved with a Masrah, a Bangalore based theatre group for the last nine years. For the past three years the group has been conducting a series of theatre workshops for children from various backgrounds. Working on the field paved a way of putting the concepts to practice and rework the flexibility of the structured modules. Working on various modules both for art and theatre workshops facilitated the process further in ‘wanting’ to understand the nuances of teaching and learning.

'somebody who thinks logically is a good contrast to the real world'

i would like to work on the following

  1. masrah's page on wikieducator
    • update the existing wiki page
    • upload pictures and workshop modules as well
  1. workshop material for children's art and theatre workshops
    • for class-room use
    • for summer workshops

Adding Images

  • Please add an image here. Thank you. --Nellie Deutsch 20:12, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
    • That's great. Now can you re-size the second one and move it to the left, center and right side of the page? --Nellie Deutsch 20:47, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
    • See this page on help in resizing and location of images.
First Play