A classroom is a place of vibrant and diverse personalities. Every teacher is different, each with a unique style of teaching. With that comes unique eyewear woes that need modern solutions. A pair of eyeglasses strongly validates this profession, wouldn’t you agree? However, teachers who are not particularly teaching in a typical classroom setting may need an alternative to glasses. Hence, this Teacher’s Day, we are on a mission to find modern solutions for teachers across the country to free them from their age-old eyewear woes. Here are some testimonies to follow:
Mr Dutt | Physical Education Teacher
PE teachers are our favorite because who else will take us out in free periods? Who else will help us skip maths class to march in the parade for Independence Day? But many sports teachers with specs were noticed to have limitations. Mr Dutt-an Army veteran who now commits to Physical Education in Delhi-explains how instead of demonstrating, he prefers to just verbally instruct students how to do it. The reason? His glasses fall off while performing the fast-paced rotations and drills on the court or field.
The solution? He found Lenskart’s New Balance Collection to match the daily hustles of his life. Because a New Balance pair comes with an adjustable e-lock temple grid, it wraps the temple tips behind the ears and locks the specs on his face. Today, he freely moves but his glasses do not!
Miss Naina | Dance Teacher
We all know a dance teacher who wears specs. Miss Naina, a full-time dance tutor in Ahmedabad confronts her struggles with her specs when teaching rigorous dance steps. She further confirms that dancing with specs is possible but certainly cumbersome. “What’s the solution?” we asked. With a sigh of relief, she said “Aqualens!”
Today, she wears a breathable, soft, and hydrating pair of contact lenses by Aqualens that provides clear vision and utmost comfort when she sways and swings. Want that seamless switch from glasses to contact lenses
If you’re not comfortable with lenses then how about glasses with an e-lock technology? We’re again talking about the New Balance collection of Lenskart that’s been solving many eyewear woes through its patented e-lock feature. It ensures that your glasses remain intact as you jump, twirl or twist. Here are Five Reasons Why Dancers Should Choose New Balance Eyeglasses
Mrs Leela | Sanskrit Teacher
“Who fears a Hindi class? Nobody! It’s often a period that goes at leisure.” Mrs Leela, who teaches Hindi and Sanskrit to high school students in Lucknow, expressed concern about students not taking her class seriously. She figured that students did not find her teaching method to be interesting. Her teaching method involved picking a student to read a chapter aloud in classes instead of leading the lecture because of her aging eyes. She suffered from Presbyopia a condition common in people aged over 40. Presbyopic eyes have difficulty reading small prints of a textbook or a smartphone. Reading glasses are a readily available solution for presbyopic eyes and have helped senior teachers like Mrs Leela. She finds Lenskart’s reading glasses to be affordable, compact, and easy to carry because they come in a pod that can be adhered to the back of her phone cover.
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Miss Rehana | Biology Teacher
Young or old, married or unmarried, female teachers at our schools always followed a dress code. The dignified saree look! Remember Miss Chandni from Main Hoon Na? Miss Rehana was a studious child that led her to wear glasses from a young age. Miss R. nails the saree+specs look at her school in Hyderabad but on special occasions like Teacher’s Day and Annual Day, she prefers to amp her saree look and wasn’t convinced that glasses would make the cut. So she now keeps a pair of Aquacolor powered contact lenses for occasions when she wants to look her best, yet keep it professional. Aquacolor contact lenses are available in myriads of cool colors to rock the saree look.
Mr Sinha | Computer Teacher
Mr Sinha, an IT graduate who now teaches programming JAVA and C++ to high school students, welcomed the virtual schooling with an open heart. But with that, he also welcomed the harmful blue light that gave him stinging headaches after hours of solving students’ queries online.
When asked about his experience, he said “online teaching is the need of the hour today. To be able to teach long hours over a laptop screen strain-free, I got myself a pair of computer glasses. And young eyes need the protection of blue-blocking glasses even more as their eyes are still developing. So I even encourage my students to wear computer glasses.”
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