Lock-down as a trigger The lock-down and quarantined existence over the last few months has given us opportunities to re-evaluate our habits and life choices. I have been continuously reflecting and introspecting. I have re-evaluated many things – my daily routine, my work schedule, my eating habits, my socialising activities,…
What is studying? During my school days, I remember my friends and myself sitting in front of our textbooks for long hours. Despite this, we would not finish even a single chapter. When my mom asked what I was doing, I would conveniently say I was studying. Today, 20 years…View More 8 study habits for your child’s academic success
An ongoing quest Being a Software Architect and a UX (User Experience) person, I have a different perspective of looking at the physical things. When I look around while I’m driving, walking or just doing many other things, I find very interesting mathematical shapes. Some of these are very simple…View More Discovering Mathematics all around you
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
Learning is experience, everything else is information. — Albert Einstein Remember those bulky school textbooks in primary or even higher secondary classes? Remember learning fractions in Maths or compounds in Chemistry? For many for us, it was merely a mechanical retrieval of fragmented knowledge rather than understanding it well enough. …View More What’s new in CBSE and why Experiential Learning is even more relevant?
Have you ever wondered why we do the things we do in life? Introspection: As a kid and even as an adult, this question always disturbed me. Why am I curious to know things? Why do I need logical closure to the questions in my mind? Why do I long…View More Multiple Intelligence – In retrospect
Introduction In this part 2 of the language series, we are diving into different parts of speech. We will look at how mastering the parts of speech through an intuitive learning approach can make a big difference in the written and spoken English. Words make our lives – we read,…View More English Parts of Speech – Top reasons why mastering them will help you have a more successful career
Introduction In this part 1 of the language series, we are looking at various aspects of learning to make our speaking and comprehension more refined. Let’s discuss about how English Grammar can play an indispensable role in every part of our life. Language as a communication channel We all are…View More English grammar – The key to a successful career
Dabbling in the kitchen: My mother has a complaint about me. She is bothered that I don’t use her carefully chosen Tupperware containers to store groceries. I am meticulous in general, however sometimes I simply don’t care too much. I only put the spices and rice that I use daily…View More Kitchen is your Science Teacher
We have seen an increase in demand for private tutoring in the last one or two decades. Whereas earlier, students gained all their knowledge from school and there was no need for separate tuition classes. But, thanks to the mounting competition from very childhood days and the need for double…View More Perspectives on taking tuition at home