About Us

NepaleseTeacher.Org is a one-stop site for articles written by teachers, teacher trainees, and other personalities who have degree(s) related to educational sciences and/or pedagogy. Our blog posts are mostly premised on educational and pedagogical including the views and experiences on teachers' professional development, school development, child development, parenting, and other related articles from educational bloggers.

Since its inception, our common thread has been 'education for sustainability'. Agendas like 'Back to Nature and People' have been well carried by teachers across the globe. We consider that teachers are effective change agents when it comes to the realization of the global agenda of 'sustainable development'. Hence, our articles may also include a range of topics such as organic life, food and nutrition, family life, alternative economy, parenting, circular economy, and so on. However, these articles definitely have educational/pedagogical significance.

We strive to be useful for teachers, teacher trainees, and stakeholders. We share ideas, views, and informed insights for making this world a better place to live. Our blog posts also include our personal views based on our experiences.

Our History

NepaleseTeacher.Org was started as an educational blog by Mr. Dipesh Dulal in 2010. While networking online and offline, he has realized that teachers in his network have been showing growing enthusiasm in (edu)blogging and further collaboration.

During the period of 2010-2014, we attempted to bring together teachers for meaningful training, seminars, workshops, hiking events, conferences, climate projects, school environmental projects, biodiversity outreaches, and so on.

The original domain registrant has been maintaining this blog/website as chief editor. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, the traffic and domain authority (DA) of this website grew significantly. At some point in time, our website was loaded with posts that consisted of links to download the educational resources of Nepal. Lately, we decided to remove such posts; and felt that we have ample capacity to channel our approach in line with our original agenda - writing on education!

Founder/Chief Editor

Dipesh Dulal

Mr. Dipesh Dulal is the founder of NepaleseTeacher.Org. He started this blog/website to write on educational topics/issues and inspire those who care about the education sector. He says that his partner, kids, extended family, friends, colleagues, relatives, and his personal/professional lives are the sources of inspiration for blogging.

He has been a teacher of natural science, environmental sciences, population education, health and physical education, mathematics, and social studies. His hobbies are hiking and blogging. In academia and research, his interests are place-based theories, globalization, sustainability, and education for sustainability.

Guest Writers

We are looking for content editors (guest writers) who are passionate about general educational topics, and more specifically on pedagogy and child development. If you are interested in joining our team as a content writer, we look for one of the following requirements along with a passion for writing.

  • Qualified as a teacher (It does not matter if you are currently teaching or not.)
  • Currently in the teaching profession (in formal institutions, or in non-formal education projects)
  • Have a degree in education (or relevant discipline) and want to write on a range of educational topics

Should you be interested in writing with us, please contact us through the contact page.

Social Media

We also make videos and upload them on YouTube. Our YouTube channel comprises videos in English and Nepali. One can easily recognize the language used in the video simply by the title of the video.

We also have a Facebook page, a LinkedIn page, and a Whatsapp Community which we use to disseminate the information on our behalf.

We definitely engage with our followers through the functions in Social Media, such as comments.