Jasmine currently works as an Adjunct College Instructor teaching courses in Technical Business English, Education and Social Sciences.
Jasmine Kaur has worked in the education field for over 20 years and holds degrees in elementary education, sociology, human development and family studies.
Jasmine served as the Director of Education with SikhRI for over 8 years. She was the coordinator and chief developer of the Sojhi - Gurmat and Panjabi Education Resource. She has developed training using the curriculum to increase classroom confidence and maximize the resources in content areas of Boli and Virsa, as well as classroom management and teaching techniques.
To date, Jasmine has personally trained over 750 educators and administrators. Her passion is developing creative and interactive activities for all ages, especially young children. She currently continues to work with SikhRI developing and conducting Children’s workshops, webinars, and online courses as well as creating materials for Gurmat and Khalsa schools and Individual learning. Jasmine has published articles on the future of Sikh education and her own experiences growing up as a Sikh in Japan, India, Canada, and the US. She lives in Washington, DC area with her husband and twins who keep her very busy and remind her every day how blessed she is.
In this lesson, we will explore the Sabad by Guru Ramdas Sahib. The Guru starts the Sabad by informing us that our body and mind are quite literally a village.
Learn more about Guru Nanak Sahib and his relationship with his best friend, Bhai Mardana, who he would travel with.
There are many units of time in a month, like minutes, quarters, days, etc. Numerous seasons come into existence through one solar process.
Sohila is often regarded as the song of bliss, the song of praise, or the wedding songs. The praises that we need to sing are the praises of the Fearless One, the Nirbhao. Once we sing such praises, we adopt them, and they become a part of us.
In this Sabad by Guru Arjan Sahib, we are reminded that day by day; our lifespan is getting shorter, reminding us that we will one day leave this world.
Fascinating Folktales of Punjab