Areas of Interest & Expertise
- Socio-Emotional Learning in Children
- Early Childhood Care and Education
- Culture, Cognition and Learning
Pranalee is a part of Assessment team associated with the School of Continuing Education and University Resource centre(SCE-URC).
Pranalee has a PhD in Human Development and Childhood Studies from the University of Delhi, Delhi. Prior to joining us, she was working on her PhD thesis titled ‘Growing Up in Vaishnavite Satras Of Majuli, Assam’ that studies the construction of childhood in exclusive religion led environment. She closely works with state governments to develop curriculum, curricular materials and other resources for early childhood education and socio-emotional learning.
Student assessment is a critical aspect of the teaching and learning process that helps to systematically improve the quality of students’ learning through improved programs, curricula and teaching.
Publications and Writings:
- Sharma, P. (2022). Building an inclusive and safe school culture. Learning Curve (14). pp. 66 – 70. ISSN 2582 – 1644
- Sharma, Pranalee and Kaur, Rima (2022) Fun worksheets for preschool learning. Learning Curve (12). pp. 21 – 27. ISSN 2582 – 1644
- Sharma, P. (2021). Nurturing socio-emotional skills in the context of schools. GYANODAYA — The Journal of Progressive Education, 14(1and2), 29 – 39.
- Sharma, Pranalee (2019) Seeing disability as diversity. Learning Curve (5). pp. 57 – 60. ISSN 2582 – 1644
- Sharma, P (2019). Children’s Engagement with Images: The Effectiveness of Images to Predict Societal Dynamics. International Journal of Scientific Research in
Multidisciplinary Studies , 5(6), 48 – 52.
- Sharma, P.(2016). Changing Notions of “Ideal” Monkhood: A Case Study from a
Satra of Majuli. Space and Culture, India, 4(2), 29 – 38.
- Sharma, P. (2015), “Women and Religion: Life of Women in Vaishnavite Satras of
Assam”. In Daisy J. Dominic (Ed.), ‘Women in the 21st century: working towards
empowerment’ (pp. 320 – 323). Goa: Broadway Publishing House.