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…
Today’s students are known as ‘digital natives, ’who grew up immersed in technology – smart phones, smart wearables, laptops, etc. They are eager to adopt technology in their fast-paced lives. They are accustomed to connecting with peers over different social media platforms. Marc Prensky, defined them as ‘the first generation to…

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‘Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.' Bill Gates ‘Is a teacher irrelevant in a digital classroom?' We all have either asked or have heard this question a million times. With the digitization of classrooms, the…

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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…

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  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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