There are two tea shops in the friendly neighbourhood around our office. Shop 1 has been our only option for coffee/tea for the last few years. We discovered shop 2 over the last couple of weeks. The taste of tea in both shops is comparable. However, the shape of the…View More Chai pe charcha – Mathematics for amusement
“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…View More Making Maths fun for your kids
Educators, now, focus on the pedagogical changes and practices of blended learning while teachers facilitate the personalisation of student learning.View More Blended Learning: A Perspective on “Learning how to Learn”
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…View More Education Franchises in India – In the search for a “Formula”
“What is a drop of rain, compared to the storm? What is a thought, compared to a mind? Our unity is full of wonder, which your tiny individualism… cannot even conceive.” — The Many, System Shock Have you ever wondered, why do geese fly in a V formation? As a bird flaps its…View More Shared intelligence: Harnessing the group’s wisdom
The French mathematician Blaise Pascal once said, “Clarity of mind means clarity of passion, too”. In a sea of content and pedagogy standards, knowing what to teach and how to teach can be a challenge, especially when educators have to cater to the needs of learners at all levels, right…View More Helping your child learn with clarity
The scientist in me dissects every aspect of life and makes it easy for me to understand the nature around me. Like Richard Feynman said, the beauty on the surface is available for everyone but the beauty that a scientist sees is deeper and additive. I was listening to A…View More The science in the miracle of nature!
“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” — Albert Einstein Learning is always evolving; especially in the age of the Internet. It is now instant, online, self-driven and on the go. Probably a decade later down the lane, it would not matter how…View More Blended Learning: A discovery-driven approach to learning
The important thing is not to stop questioning; never lose a holy curiosity. — Albert Einstein Curiosity, that drives learning, critical thinking, and learning behaviours, is one of the key characteristics of a learner. Personality traits like curiosity are as significant as intelligence in determining students’ academic performance. Children often…View More The power of curiosity
“I don’t read, I proofread” – this is a boon and bane I live with every day. Little details pop out to me and I feel compelled to correct or change them – not always a pleasant experience, in fact, quite the contrary. Everyone around me – family, friends, colleagues…View More To spoon-feed or to allow flexibility?