The Montessori method Nowadays, the Montessori method is a familiar name to parents, educators, and the public alike. The Montessori method has gained widespread application all over the world, including India. I have been reading the book, The Secret of Childhood by Maria Montessori, over the last few weeks. The…View More 4 lessons to learn from the Montessori method
Are you considering schooling at home? Ask yourself these 6 critical questions
Questions and discussions surrounding schooling at home have increased in the last few months in our network. The year of the pandemic has provided an unprecedented opportunity for children attending school from home. This situation has made parents think about schooling children at home. At the least, curiosity on this…View More Are you considering schooling at home? Ask yourself these 6 critical questions
What are the things around us made of?
Out of thin air Have you ever wondered what we are all made of? Many years ago, I attended a seminar in my office. The speaker was a visiting delegate from the USA. His expertise was in K12 education. He had carried a thick wooden log with him to use…View More What are the things around us made of?
NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Making Mathematics the Way of Your Life
Introduction Mathematics is all around us, whether we see it or not. Mathematics is the gear and machinery which drives things we can see, feel, and touch, and things we can’t. We got a very good perspective on how to get command in Mathematics in our last article. While doing…View More NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Making Mathematics the Way of Your Life
NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Getting Command in Mathematics
Introduction When people ask me what’s the value of learning Mathematics if you are not going to apply in your job, I say Mathematics is all around you. If you understand Mathematics you can appreciate how nature works, how the celestial bodies work, and how everything we have created so…View More NumberNagar® Dialogue Series – On Getting Command in Mathematics
The power of curiosity
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
Change of pace: Learning naturally!
Learning to read in their own pace helps to accelerate children’s learning. Children are natural learners. They take their own time to crawl, to walk and to talk. Some walk early, some talk late. And if given suitable autonomy and guidance, children will easily explore their world on their own…View More Change of pace: Learning naturally!