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Ravender Koul
Mr. Ravender Koul
Head of Curriculum, Learning & Research

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Adani International School

A firm believer in the saying that education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school, Dr Koul has spent nearly three decades as a facilitator, mentor, coach and leader in the education field working for experiential, enriched and immersive learning experiences. Well versed in the use of modern, progressive and cutting-edge education pedagogies he adds value to any system he is part of, given his varied and rich experience of a range of curricula - international, national, state and university.

An academic to the core and a university topper (M.Sc. Geography), Dr Koul has earned the degree of Ph.D. from the prestigious Jamia Millia Islamia university New Delhi. Apart from being multilingual, he also holds a master’s degree in Education as well. His book “Migration and Society”- an ICSSR funded publication has been recommended as an essential reading for M.Phil. and Ph.D. students in the University of Mumbai, Shivaji University Kolhapur, and two other universities.

A senior examiner and team leader for IBDP and he is a prominent IBEN member as an Assessment Author, Member Standardization and Grade Award Committees of IB Geography. He joins us from Pathways School Noida where he was a founding member of the school in 2010 and led the school’s coveted CIS and NEASC accreditations successfully. In his 12 years stint at Pathways as an important ALT member, he headed the Cambridge programme as IGCSE Coordinator and CAIE Exams Officer besides being the Head of Social Sciences dept, lead Instructional Coach and IB Continuum Coordinator. Previously he has worked with K R Mangalam Group of Schools, SOS Kinderdorf International Hermann Gmeiner School and Amity University.

He is adept at leading the development and maintenance of standards-based curriculum and sees every learner as a leader who can strengthen their personal performance through self-analysis and exploring educational research.