Beginning of winters, around November is a great time to be in Delhi. The city has very cozy vibes. Not so cold and not so warm either. I love to be out in this weather. On one such afternoon, I was visiting a school located in Noida where under a project, we had given learning
This blog is written by our team member who has drawn inference from his real life experience to highlight a very important component which CSR, NGOs and State Governments should consider while designing a digital learning project. That’s me training a group of girl students, most of whose parents are factory workers in a village
I probably was in my 3rd or 4th standard. The science teacher asked us to do a home experiment wherein we had to germinate seeds. I was super-excited. After reaching home, I couldn’t wait to collect all the materials that were required. I set the seeds in some water-soaked cotton in a small plastic container.
Government had commenced the process of formulating a New Education Policy through the consultation process for an inclusive, participatory and holistic approach; which took expert opinions, field experiences, empirical research, stakeholder feedback, and lessons learnt from best practices into consideration. As stakeholders, it is important that we deep dive to understand what short term and
In a scenario where the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the education flow of around 1 billion students worldwide, it is indeed a matter of concern. Already more than 80% of our rural India students suffer from historical learning gaps; and this discontinuation of learning will perhaps pile up the gap. However, schools are trying their