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Brillianteering Every Child is a Champion

Author Name: Anuradha Ramesh | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

Brillianteering is a real-life story of a teenager and her parents, coping with the do-or-die years of schooling (Grade 11 and 12). This is a story that many families may be familiar with – struggling with choices of courses, college and coaching classes,  coordinating with tutors and mentors and dealing with anxiety and fear of failure,  before finally succeeding and entering a great career. 

A moving narration about her girl who went through a tough phase, as she tried to break stereotypes and finally succeed with unwavering commitment, hard work and resilience despite all odds that life threw at her.   

Using a few top chartbusters of  ‘Beatles’  which the girl played to convey her mind many a time, the author,  captures the emotional moments they went through in the phase and how holding hands sometimes and letting go at other times, and keeping the faith  and belief in the innate abilities of the Girl and giving freedom of choice helped the Girl succeed.    The author also speaks as to how the education ecosystem takes one for a ride and how only a few sincere educators, who encouraged the Girl saying “what if you fly”, made a positive impact. 

In short, the book provides guidance to parents and teenagers to succeed  in this extensively competitive age.

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Anuradha Ramesh

A postgraduate in education, environment science and chemistry, Anuradha Ramesh, who is based in Mumbai, spent over two decades teaching math and science to primary and secondary school children. She is an avid painter and loves wildlife.

Besides making math interesting for students who are fearful of this subject, Anuradha also developed a deep understanding of child psychology and helps students deal with exam fears.

Anuradha believes that every student has an innate ability to learn in their own unique ways and teachers should have the maturity and patience to guide students.