20Nov

Mompreneurship: What is It About?

I have a half-open laptop on the right side of my table, a baby in my lap, a notepad, and sticky notes mingled with teething toys. Work calls on Google Meet while attending to the calls of my little daughter. Breaks between work converted to feeding sessions as I shifted from a sincere meeting expression...

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14Sep

How to Use ‘Think Dots’ in Classrooms

Differentiated instruction – This method assesses students’ learning relative to their goals, further letting teachers adjust the lesson to match their needs. While this approach is relatively common in programmed and tech-enabled settings, educators can also bring it to offline and hybrid classrooms with ‘Think Dots.’ Think Dots are ideal for small group activities and...

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7Sep

Social Media & The Reward Route

We all like rewards, don’t we? Growing up, we got rewarded for our good behaviour, school performance, etc. We were always elated when our teachers left those stars and smiley faces, inked in red. It seems like those stars have come out of the notebooks and reached our screens, modified as hearts, thumbs-ups, and applause...

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16Aug

Letters to the Past: An Ode to Shastri Ji

We asked our readers to write a letter to prominent historical figures and received wonderful entries. The first letter from the series is dedicated to India’s beloved Shastri Ji.  He was known for his trademark leadership style and as a great craftsman of uniting divergent views. Read on to know how our teen delegate expresses...

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13Aug

Go Beyond Traditional Binders With Digital Portfolios

Your portfolio is a narrative of your growth. Crafting it yourself can equip you with skills relevant for both personal and professional development.  What is a student portfolio? It is a compilation of a student’s work, performance, and achievements. In today’s connected world, it has become pertinent to have digital profiles in today’s connected world...

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1Aug

Insights From An EduLeader

School, being one of the agents of socialisation, plays a significant role in a child’s life. However, the dynamics of teaching-learning have undergone a sea change in recent years. Today’s institutions must have an integrated focus on academics and on health, family, and community engagement.  With this perspective, our editorial team talked to Aparna Sharma...

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29Jul

Human Body: The Most Advanced Science

Nothing is a more real and humbling experience than shaping a life within you. From the moment of knowing that I have a new life in my body to nurturing it through my body – the entire journey has filled me with immense emotions, experiences, and transformations. The value of motherhood can’t be expressed in...

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