At TREE, we believe in the power of lifelong learning. We'll be your bridge to learning and teaching. Come learn with us!
Bridge offers workshops, teaching resources, and teacher preparation courses to help teachers hone their skills and excel in their practice. We also offer reading and writing workshops for students.

Our instructors

Maya Thiagarajan
M.Ed from Harvard University
Experienced IB English teacher
Author of 'Beyond The Tiger Mom'

Indira Reddy Dodla
BA in Psychology
UCLA (University of California)

Sonali Prakash
BA (Hons.) B.Ed. Calcutta University
Experienced English Teacher & Writer

Our Programs / Courses / Workshops

Bridge Flagship Program


This is a teacher preparation course, designed to inspire and develop aspiring teachers. We help teachers gain the skills, experience, and confidence needed to begin their teaching careers and excel in the classroom. The course includes an internship at a school, along with a weekly class.


Course runs from August 2019 to March 2020.
8- month program, every Wednesday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
For enquiries, E Mail:
Call: 98840 77721

Bridge has been helpful in bridging the gap between my love for teaching and the reality of being a good teacher. I have seen myself grow into a better teacher and person.
- Ranjini Karthi

The Bridge course provided me the opportunity to grow and learn about myself as an educator and as a person. And the internship programme helped me reinforce our learning and actually apply what we learned during our course. It has enhanced my level of confidence and was an enriching experience.
- Suba Selvam

Bridge is a self-sculpting course with interactively engaging sessions, real time experiences, and constant feedback.
- Arthy Seshadri

Bridge Certificate Program


Our Bridge Certificate courses are short courses designed to inspire and develop teachers. We help teachers gain the skills and confidence needed to excel in their teaching practice.

Our fall schedule includes

Module 1 :
Socio-emotional Skills for the 21st Century

Dates : July 2, 4, 9, 11, and 20
Focal points:
Growth Mindset & Grit
Classroom Culture & Relationship building
Empathy & Empathetic communication
Reading : Mindset, by Carol Dweck

Module 2 :
The Science of Learning

Dates : July 30, August 1, 6, 8 and 17
Focal points:
Neuroplasticity and its implications for learning
Emotions and Learning
Attention and Engagement
Memory: Moving information into long-term memory
Sensory Integration – Our senses and learning
Reading : Brain Rules, by John Medina

Module 3 :
Let's Think About Thinking

Dates : To Be Announced
Focal points :
Creating a "thinking culture" in our classrooms
The art of questioning: What makes a good question?
Thinking Routines (from "Making Thinking Visible")
Bloom's Taxonomy and Higher Order Thinking Skills
Creating time and space for critical and creative thinking
Reading : Course pack with selections from Creating Cultures of Thinking and Making Thinking Visible, both by Ron Ritchhart, and extracts from Warren Berger's A More Beautiful Question.

For enquiries, E Mail: / Call: 98840 77721

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