There is a very interesting analogy in how the game of cricket has evolved over the years and how our education system can take a few cues and adapt to the way the 21st century is shaping up. Read below to explore this connection deeper. Imagine that you have come to learn how to play
The education system, the schools and the parent community are all waking up to the fundamental need of personalised and skill oriented learning for our students. The MHRD (where we were recently invited to share our vision), state education departments, and almost all schools are exploring ways to facilitate personalised learning solutions to their students.
One of the most talked about gap areas when it comes to our government schools is that the children are not at their grade level. What this means is that a child in grade 5 is not able to read words that a Grade 2 child should be able to. Similarly, a grade 6 child
Honestly, I don’t know a word that can truly describe the beauty of Kashmir. I had taken the picture below during one of my recent work trips and ever since, I have been mesmerised. Of course, this was not my first trip to the valley, but the last time I had visited in winters. It
When you pour an aerated drink in a glass, have you noticed how bubbles push themselves to reach the top. And even when they do, they look unsettled and multi directional, but they inevitably find their way to the top! A child’s learning and growth is just like that, may be even more experimental and