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Paradigm shift in classroom interaction

Somewhat belatedly but fortunately, the past decade has witnessed a radical shift in the way teaching is managed in classrooms around the world. The focus of the classroom has now become the student rather than the teacher. According to traditionalists,

Encouraging multiple intelligences

Farah, the school’s star athlete was devastated. This class VIII student had been assessed a below-average performer and placed on academic probation. She had been barred from sports and directed to dedicate all her time to the pursuit of academic

Institutional quality circles basics

One of the great questions which confronts governments, school managements and educationists around the world, is how can schools transform themselves to unlock the potential of every student and teacher? How can government efforts to improve learning outcomes be combined

Insights for the creative educator

Creative thinking involves both hemispheres of the brain, sometimes alternating, at other times, in synchrony. Ideas hop, skip, and dance a tango often culminating in creative resonance, where great insights explode into consciousness. The creative brain views peril as a

Familiar bridges to new technologies

The passage of the Right to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (aka RTE) and its substantial validation by the Supreme Court marks a historic epoch in terms of renewed emphasis on education as a development driver of the nation.

Encouraging inquisitive learning

Don’t ask silly questions”, “don’t try to be smart”, “you are too much”, “don’t eat my head”, “don’t question elders”, “just do what you’re told”, “you are like a question mark”. Drawing from memory, these are examples of dismissive statements

Managing talent with the Human Touch

A new hire, a seasoned and experienced professional, an intern or a contractual employee; due to its nature of work, employee’s roles and responsibilities differ significantly. However, what remains common for all its employees is the “Human Touch” rendered by

About the Montessori Method

Dr. Maria Montessori, founder of ‘The Montessori Method’, was the first woman physician to graduate from the University of Rome, and soon opened a child care centre for slum children. The Montessori Method is based on her below listed observations:

Education in New Milieu: Redefining the role of a School

A key purpose of schooling is to acclimatize children to the present environment and prepare them for the future. In that construct, education is evolving on the continuum of bridging the present to the future. It is thereby appropriate that

Preparing to study abroad

Study abroad is a big bucks business. With no government or societal pressure to keep a lid on tuition and other fees payable by foreign students, institutional managements abroad have a few qualms about decreeing inflation-adjusted fees for overseas students