Traffic, Traffic everywhere: A very common source of irritation to Bangaloreans is the omnipresent traffic jams. Being one of the contributors to these traffic woes, I started to think of a solution. What are the ways to solve the problem of long hours of waiting and mindless quarrels on the…View More Traf-fix – an emotional fix to the traffic problem
My childhood experience: Over the last week, there has been some heated discussion within my circle of friends and family. This has been around the habit of bursting crackers for Deepavali. As a kid, my fascination with crackers was at its peak. My brothers and I would eagerly wait for…View More Crackers for Deepavali: To burst or not to burst?
Learning is not an activity; it is a process. We can connect the dots only looking backward, not forward. When children are allowed the opportunity to exercise their imagination and creativity, their learning truly has no limits. At NumberNagar®, we strive to create these opportunities for children. We share below…View More The Anatomy of a Summer Assignment
“It is the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.” Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist I have a dream: Every one of you might have a dream. I have one too and I thought of sharing that with you all today. This dream started the day I…View More My dream school
“If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” – Isaac Newton “Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.” – Amy Poehler We covered in our previous article on…View More Extelligence for the Students of Today and Digital Citizens of Tomorrow
My introduction to cooking The act of cooking is a soothing experience that has gripped me since my childhood. I remember the first dish I cooked was benDekaayi palya (sauteed ladies’ finger, bhinDi masaala). I was 9 years old then. It was also the occasion when I got my first…View More Let us cook to learn about life
In the child’s world… Those of you who follow Calvin and Hobbes comic strips will agree that our six-year-old Calvin is quite the brat and an extraordinary drama queen (or king) when it comes to expressing opinions about education, art, universe, love and about life itself. For those who are…View More Doodle your way into Maths
Imagine my surprise when a 9th grader explains a 12th grade topic in class! The setting: The setting was my session at NumberNagar® with three students – one each from grades 9, 10, and 12. All three of them come for class at overlapping times and for the same subjects…View More The Power of Connections to Create Meaningful Learning Experiences
Introduction We at NumberNagar® has been working hard to create the blueprint of Personalised Learning. We think that personalised learning can be done by a blend of student-teacher interaction and some assistance of technology. We strongly feel that technology should act only as an enabler to reach our goals of…View More How Personalised Learning can make your kids curious?
“We cannot know the consequences of suppressing a child’s spontaneity when he is just beginning to be active. We may even suffocate life itself. That humanity which is revealed in all its intellectual splendor during the sweet and tender age of childhood should be respected with a kind of religious…View More 6 lessons to learn from children