Category Archives: Education

How to make Students Responsible for their own Learning?

Let your students own their learning Allowing children to take responsibility for their learning is the first step towards establishing a solid foundation for their education. We need to take more responsibility to actively encourage students to take adequate responsibility … Continue reading

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How to Assess Students’ Performance in Class?

Assessing a student’s performance in class need not always be in marks. Like they marks don’t determine your intelligence, they have no role to play in a student’s overall performance too. The key to this lies in understanding how you … Continue reading

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How to Assess Students’ Performance in Class?

Assessing a student’s performance in class need not always be in marks. Like they marks don’t determine your intelligence, they have no role to play in a student’s overall performance too. The key to this lies in understanding how you … Continue reading

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Should you Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child?

As a teacher, you can always expect only a mixed bag of children. Some would probably be utmost silent, yet others will be manageable and then we have the really tough ones. However, handling difficult children can sometimes be a … Continue reading

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What does the Technology have to offer for us?

The meaning of learning is now positively changing. Starting from rote memorization to learning through black board instructional teaching, learning has taken a huge leap today. What is fascinating being how the ground rules have never changed, of making learning … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy: The Future of our Education System

Education has a come a long way today. While classroom education is still hailed as the best way to impart knowledge, minor reforms within this sector has given rise to a lot of positive results. With the shift from word-of … Continue reading

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Preparing your children for the Ivy League

Your child is typically the shape of how the school has shaped them up. The many essential habits and knowledge, including the higher cognitive processes like attention and memory stems from how you attend to them and train them in … Continue reading

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