Sat Paul Mittal School student Namya Joshi, a student of Class VII has recently been awarded with the Global E-Innovation Award 2019 by MUGU International Foundation, India. She is the youngest recipient among 26 prominent personalities across the world.
She also became the first student to ever get this coveted award, which is generally conferred upon educators and mentors for their valuable contributions in the field of education.
A whiz-kid, Namya Joshi loves training teachers and has been a crusader in making learning fun through technology. She has been helping teachers and students; not only at her school but also across the globe by converting lessons into interactive Minecraft sessions. She has been leveraging technology to make learning and teaching fun, thereby endorsing skill-based learning.
Namya trusts that Minecraft is a great platform. She asserts, “If children do not like reading books, one can make them take interest in Minecraft.” She is a firm believer of the ideology – ‘Each one can teach ten’. She expounds, “Each one should share the learning with the next ten, and with this chain, we can make this reaction beautiful and impactful.”
A keynote speaker at ‘KEOS 2019 – a global education conference’ in Jyvaskyla, Finland, she has many a national and international achievements to her credit. She is also a recipient of E-Innovation Award 2018 and is working on promoting many Global Projects as #SDGsForChildrenAmbassador. An avid reader, she aspires to scale greater heights in her future ventures.Campus, News