Mercy Pushpalatha

An Enduring Guide for Teaching and Learning
As a chemistry professor, principal, and advocate for whole person education, Mercy Pushpalatha has relied upon Bloom’s taxonomy as a guide for teaching and learning.Now, as a program consultant for the United Board, Dr. Mercy introduces Bloom’s taxonomy at faculty development workshops for South Asian educators.

Lady Doak College

Placing Content in the Hands of Students
Dr. Angayarkanni and Dr. Sridevi Venkatachalam decided to build on students’ ease with technology and incorporate augmented reality into a module for a chemistry course.

Elizabeth Abel, Lady Doak College

Helping Girls Become Women
Elizabeth Abel now lives nearly 9,000 miles away from Lady Doak College, yet still feels a deep sense of gratitude for the education she received at this Christian college for women. “It was a place for inspiration, where we were taught to think independently and globally,” she recalls.

Lady Doak College

Preparing Hearts and Minds
Lady Doak Principal Mercy Pushpalatha wanted to integrate service-learning into every department of the college and, with the commitment of her faculty and a United Board grant, she has been able to introduce Life Frontier Engagement (LFE) into the curriculum for all third-year students. LFE officially began in June 2015.