The ways of thinking will not change until we change it : moral of 4th Chapter of Colloquium Series

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Continuing with the legacy of power-packed Talk shows, Positive Thought Consulting & Training Solutions, presented its 4th Chapter of Colloquium Series (Global Conference) on 26th September 2021 at 6:00 PM IST via Zoom. As well as the same was featured on "Facebook Live" on the official page of "Positive Thoughts".





"Positive Thoughts Family" is a global community of Pan India and around 40 worldwide countries on a mission to learn, connect, share and bridge the gap between brands/organizations/nations and for "Stress-free Education and Healthy lifestyle". Works on the mission of Empowerment.




This elite executive community is for all like-minded positive speakers, coaches, educators, practitioners, writers and entrepreneurs from around the world to share their success stories by empowering & inspiring each other.


Today in this Chapter 4 they discussed the topic "Global Learning in Expanded Learning Time".


The Esteemed Panelists invited for today's talk show were - Dr Pramod Mahajan (UAE), Dr Ina Singh (INDIA), Ms Vilma Da Luz Barbosa (BRAZIL), Dr Fahmida Mohamed (SRILANKA), Ms. Georgia Maneta (GREECE) and Ms Paulina (POLAND)


And the role of moderators was played by Dr Tania Simmons from the USA( International Advisor) and Dr Seema Manral Negi from India( Advisory Board Member ).



All the panellists spoke about how the learning dimensions have changed now and how they are all working towards enhancing knowledge with the help of new technologies. They through their talks expressed that instead of seeing the bad sides of Pandemic if we see the changes and opportunities that have opened for us, life would become more positive and meaningful.





Dr Pramod Mahajan mentioned Generation Z with the help of an effective presentation & how generation Z has changed the approach and face of resources. His presentation has shown the powerful tools of the FIT schools of the future. Dr Mahajan also highlighted how technology has brought changes not only in the education sector but also in various other segments, he spoke about innovations from bullock carts to modern-day high tech cars, traditional telephone instruments to modern-day smartphones.