Technology has impacted every aspect of life in the 21st century, and education is no exception. There has been a remarkable improvement in access to education and information, available in multiple formats – like books, audio, illustration, animation and video - at the touch of a button. Almost anyone with an internet connection can now access formal education within the comfort of their home. So, here are 5 ways technology is transforming the face of education: 1. Textbook goes extinct… Continue Reading

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How do you create a world where every child thrives? The answer partially lies in Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), a theory that has been in existence for many years but is now being increasingly adopted by schools and educators alike – with a powerful impact on children’s behaviour, development and academic performance. A highly effective Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program involves school, family and community involvement, and helps students develop five critical skills and competencies: 1. Self-awareness Self-awareness… Continue Reading

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In today’s date, kids are left with no option than to carry heavy backpacks to school. It is not at all uncommon to find students especially in high schools, carrying huge bags weighing up to 8 kg on their backs on a regular basis! Pediatricians have observed that such heavy backpacks can automatically lead to strained backs and necks in growing children. Each year, millions of students carrying heavy bags on their shoulders are drawn down with the weight. It… Continue Reading

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The competitive era is full of distractions, and children are majorly glued to gadgets and social media. In this scenario, it becomes extremely important to understand how can we inculcate long-term interest in children for learning? How to recognize the first sign of decline in enthusiasm? Kids require constant motivation to realize their true potential. A lot of times, the absence of motivation makes it difficult to retain a child’s attention and thus, the child fails to perform their best… Continue Reading

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