Towards Leadership in Ed-Tech Not too long ago in time, teachers were using the same traditional chalk-and-board mode of teaching. Lessons were being read out from text books and students were still memorizing much of their learning content without developing a deep understanding of it. However, in the past some time, the education domain has witnessed a sea change. It would, in fact, be apt to term this change as no less than a revolution. And standing proudly at the… Read article...
Our world is constantly on the go. We are no longer required to be confined to spaces to pursue work or studies. In this regard, a kind of revolution has been achieved through the introduction of ‘Mobile Learning’, in other words, learning that can occur through learning solutions being made available on any mobile phone or hand-held device. The idea is brilliant – you can be connected to your texts anytime, anywhere. You can customize learning based on your preference… Read article...
The digital revolution has pervaded deep into all aspects of our living. There is hardly any service untouched by the efficiency of digitization, and learning is a particular space benefitting immensely from the shift to online platforms. To those habitual of using the digital learning platforms, there benefits would be obvious, but if you’ve just transitioned to the learning online and are wondering what value it holds for you, the following are points you’d like to know and put under… Read article...
Each academic year witnessed students’ side-stepping activities that did not fall under the core curriculum. Missing a debate, a skit rehearsal, an extempore competition, science workshops, exhibitions, school band etc., was alright, in the name of exams. Every individual student was taught to believe that grades had an upper hand over applied knowledge, blocking their intelligence and limiting them to mugging subjects. Today educational institutions tapping on the co-curricular activities is preparing each individual to succeed in the roles they… Read article...