E-Learning – A Teacher’s Companion
  E-learning, despite being the boon of our times, has been looked at with distrust from many corners of the learning community. Most significantly, there have been fears around the human replacement potential of e-learning, as is the case with any hyper-technologification of any field. The teaching fraternity has had considerably mixed responses to edtech. Many conjecture it might make them irrelevant, and others are finding it hard to navigate their way through the technology domain to enable positive learning…
India is recognized among the top hotspots in the world for diversity in its flora and fauna. The variety of species of plants, birds, animals and reptiles found in the country are mindboggling – it is a fact to be proud of, but also to be sensitive about. It is…

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The month of August is about to come to a close and we thought it is a good time to learn a little more about this month. In the original Roman calendar, the month of August was called Sextilis. This was because it was the sixth month of the year.…

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Poetry is known to touch even those souls who claim to have a heart of stone. It brings to life the aesthetics that the universe, around us as well as within us, encompasses. To say poetry is every person’s cup of tea would be like saying that a butterfly can…

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“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” - Nelson Mandela   A human rights lawyer, an international peacemaker, and the first democratically elected president of a free South Africa, Nelson Mandela has left us with a lot to learn…

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