Making Maths fun for your kids

“Without Mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is Mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” – Shakuntala Devi Do you like Maths and think it’s fun? Do you want to hear from your kids – “It’s Maths time!”? Mathematics is the universal language and is incredibly powerful. From…

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Blended Learning: A Perspective on “Learning how to Learn”

Educators, now, focus on the pedagogical changes and practices of blended learning while teachers facilitate the personalisation of student learning.

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Welcome to the era of personalised learning

Personalised Learning’ is manifesting and one of the most discussed educational initiatives today. With the combination of pedagogic insight and technologies like AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning), learning has become personal, multi-faceted, contextual, and dynamic. Many schools are now adopting the personalised learning approach.  Educators are trying to bring…

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Education Franchises in India – In the search for a “Formula”

Learning is always evolving in the age of the Internet. It is now instant, online, self-driven and on the go. The Current Context A decade later, it would not matter how or where you acquired knowledge. However, proficiency in leveraging the relevant skills will matter. Though learning like this sounds…

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Conceptual clarity – why it is important in primary education?

School students are perpetually battered with the burden of ‘syllabus completion’ right from the ‘ripe’ age of 6-7 years. This ‘syllabus-gospel’ that schools and teachers stick to is hugely driven by the content in textbooks. There is no dearth of the number and variety of textbooks available in the market…

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The Rhetorical Question: “What school did you go to?”

How often have you come across this question? Does studying in premier schools/college make one think high of herself? Or is this a pointless generalization which has nothing to do with learning? Madhav Chavan, the co-founder, and CEO of the NGO, Pratham Foundation highlights, “we are focused on IITs, and primary schools,…

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