As students are on the verge of their mid-term examinations, the ‘examination fear’ has started floating. Even though the times have changed now, with external support in many forms available, the students go through the same traumatizing effect of exams as before. Examinations, no doubt, are important as they are a yardstick to assess a student’s knowledge earned through the session. However, due to immense pressure from parents and society, exams terrorize students, which lowers their confidence and in turn…
  TOTAL LEARNING™ OUR PROMISE OF A COMPREHENSIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE   Thomas B. Macaulay once said that HALF-KNOWLEDGE IS WORSE THAN IGNORANCE. In yet another quote by George Bernard Shaw, he said that BEWARE OF FALSE KNOWLEDGE; IT IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN IGNORANCE. So, what is Half-Knowledge or False Knowledge?…

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Debate is a great device for engaging students and bringing life to the classroom. Using debates in the classroom can help students understand essential critical-thinking and presentation skills. Classroom debates can nurture rational thinking, citizenship, manners, organization of thoughts, persuasion and public speaking. Student debate has the capability to deeply…

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With the first exam down, you are well into the exam season. So, how do you plan to prepare for the rest of them? The importance that these exams have in today’s day is one reason why kids go through a roller coaster of emotions. While some would be extremely…

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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…

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