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Good Grades vs Subject Content: Which is More Important?
In the age of advancing educational technology and personalised learning, a few old-school practices are obviously taking a backseat. Some are even calling for the total abolition of those practices as the modern ones are research-backed and possess proven effectiveness. However, not all old-school practices have lost their touch. Advancement cannot be so rapid that...
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STEM to STEAM: How Is It the Way Forward?
When is the right time to start your preparations for NEET or JEE? When do the toppers begin their studies? These are natural questions that flood all engineering and medical aspirants once they decide that these are the paths they want to take. Both NEET and JEE guarantee seats to the top colleges. The higher...
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Does Class Size Matter in Education?
You do not need to read the whole post to conclude that the answer is yes – class sizes do have a profound impact on school education. You may also know by now that the best schools in Gurgaon maintain smaller class sizes, keeping the student-to-teacher ratio low, as numerous researches have already shown test scores...
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Why School Students Should Regularly Meditate?
  When the counsellor of a major US school was asked what is the major issue that students brought to her on a regular basis, she answered by saying “I am overwhelmed”. In fact, Harvard has an ongoing program where the research is on to find out the most effective ways to “detoxify” modern students...
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5 Helpful Tips for Clearing Senior School Admissions
Unlike the pre-primary stage, students hold a lot more responsibilities in senior school admission. Here, the focus is more on you and your answers rather than your parents. To clear the senior school admissions of any of the top 5 schools in Gurgaon, you will have to show more mettle than your marks. You will...
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What is Personalised Learning that the Modern Schools Adopt?
Rohit may want to become an engineer. Shruti may be showing interest in astronomy. Vishal may be struggling in mathematics while Nisha may harbour the desire to work in the United Nations one day. Can all these students sit in the same classroom and learn the same lesson at the same pace? Can they really...
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4 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Attention Span
Children are always curious. And while that curiosity is good when they are exploring, but this very trait can become distracting when focus is required at a particular task. Untamed curiosity in the classroom can disrupt the entire lesson. Fidgety habits at home can come in the way of completing homework. Thus, as a parent,...
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Can Classroom Assessment be a Collaborative Process?
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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Top 6 Exam Tips for Senior School Students
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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