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Unlocking learning potential: Aarti C Rajaratnam to address teen curiosities

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Unlocking learning potential: Aarti C Rajaratnam to address teen curiosities
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Renowned educationalist Aarti C Rajaratnam is set to make her debut appearance in Bahrain on February 10 at the Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam. With a focus on addressing the pressing issues faced by parents and students, Rajaratnam's visit comes at a crucial time when concerns about teen anxiety and academic performance are on the rise.

Through her pioneering scientific and student-centred methods, Rajaratnam has gained international recognition for her ability to tackle these challenges head-on. Her best-selling books, including 'Understand to Communicate' and 'Parenting: Innocence to InnerSense,' have become go-to resources for individuals seeking clarity and innovative solutions in the realm of education and parenting.

'Understand to Communicate' delves into the intricacies of parent-teen communication, emphasizing its pivotal role in fostering understanding and trust. Meanwhile, 'Parenting: Innocence to InnerSense' explores essential considerations in guiding children towards a state of innocence, where external influences shape their personalities positively.

Rajaratnam's commitment to education was spotlighted during the aftermath of the devastating Tsunami, where she played a pivotal role in setting up schools in rural India to mitigate dropouts and elevate educational standards.

In the wake of the catastrophe that left thousands of children orphaned along the coast of Tamil Nadu, Rajaratnam spearheaded the rehabilitation efforts, reaching out to over 7500 children who had lost their parents and livelihoods.

Employing a holistic approach to learning, Rajaratnam enlisted the help of villagers as teachers and incorporated various forms of expression, including play, art, music, dance, drama, group therapy, and counselling, to reintegrate the children into the educational fold.

The success stories of these children stand as a testament to Rajaratnam's teaching excellence, prompting official invitations from Nepal and Sri Lanka to share her insights on fostering mental strength among children.

The upcoming event, titled "Crack the Code," offers a unique opportunity for parents, teachers, and children to engage directly with Rajaratnam and gain valuable insights into addressing teen anxieties and enhancing academic performance.

Admission to the event is free, and interested participants are encouraged to register by scanning the provided QR code or visiting the online link: www.madhyamam.com/crackthecode. For further inquiries, contact us via Whatsapp at 973 34619565.

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