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It is only natural to assume that, just like any other educational parameter, assessment must have also evolved to have taken a modern shape. The process of setting students questions periodically to test their knowledge and grading them accordingly is undoubtedly conventional. Not that it should be phased out, but the current times demand a...
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The term digital literacy is often confused with the knowledge of using the internet. And by internet, the extent is often limited to search engines like Google or YouTube and social media like Facebook or Instagram. Many parents, and even schools, often approve of the former and frown on the latter but in reality, the...
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Why Your Child Must Focus on Public Speaking Skills?
A headteacher of a US school, while speaking about the need for oration skills among children, stated that he was first appalled to find seventh-grade students having difficulty in their mathematics class in pronouncing the term “denominator”. The students were more comfortable with pointing at the board or indicating the number as the “figure at...
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5 Features of the Ideal Classroom Culture
Modern classrooms can no longer be places where students sit in perfect alignment, with their books and notebooks open, and listen to the teacher standing on the podium and reading out notes that he/she prepared years ago. This conventional picture has thankfully changed. The current culture is diverse. There are more spaces for new ideas...
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How Students Benefit from Robotics Labs in Schools
The inclusion of robotics studies in the school curriculum is no longer a matter of debate. Students need exposure from an early age to be able to feel comfortable working around machines as the world is inevitably moving towards that future. However, robotics labs in schools are more than just a necessity. In fact, many...
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A global curriculum is truly essential for all students of the 21st century. As the connectivity of the entire world rises through the advancement of technology, only a few economic and social phenomenon will remain localised in nature. Plus, corporate establishments currently have the resources to tap into a global customer base. They hire employees...
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Fortunately, the education sector is in its last leg of applying the conventional teaching techniques where the classroom boundaries are generally rigid and the flow of information is unidirectional. Today, the top 10 schools in Gurgaon are adopting the modern methods of learning that prioritise knowledge consumption more than performance and flexible learning spaces have slowly...
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The fact is well-known that students pay their full attention in class only for 40% of the entire time. Plus, the net human concentration span fluctuates highly especially at a young age when the mind remains curious all the time. Thus, in a class of nearly an hour, it only fair to assume that at...
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The perfect answer to the question as to how to help your child with his/her homework is still a series of obscure statements. As well-wishers of the student, we all know and acknowledge that the parent’s involvement actually helps the child to move forward with his/her education and even outperform the student who has to...
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Modern schools are sprawled over immense areas as the current academic needs demand nothing less. There were times when any building with a few classrooms could be called schools. But now, educational institutions must house laboratories, libraries, sports centres, auditoriums, expansive corridors, cafeterias, and much more. Although this expansion of physical space in schools has...
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