Krinal Haria, Teacher
Krinal feels the biggest limitation of our current education system is assessments. We neither assess critical life-skills (creativity, communication, collaboration, problem solving), nor all-important character traits (perseverance, responsibility). And since these are not assessed, they are not taught either – putting our students at a serious disadvantage in their careers and lives.
Krinal has rich experience at the pre-primary level across different schools and different boards (state, national and international), where she has served as an academic head, as a curriculum designer and as a teacher. She is also a career counsellor – counselling school and college going students, using DMIT and Psychometrics.
She holds multiple diplomas – Early Child Care Education, Early Childhood Counselling, Psychological Counselling; and a Certificate in DMIT Training and Counselling. She is currently studying for the Global Career Counselling Program at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) Extension.
Hardworking, resilient (faces life’s vicissitudes head on) and creative, Krinal is a welcome addition to the Polymath Crew.