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Next EducationMarch 26, 2015


Getting empowered is the new mantra and the only way to make school children future-ready. At this tender age, it is important for them to explore the world around. This is where the importance of self-learning comes into play.

To promote and popularize the importance of self-learning, several self-learning centers have sprung up across the country. These centers are self-directed and students can learn from different resources ranging from online quizzes, animated illustrations to audio-visu…

Next EducationMarch 19, 2015


A child’s curiosity can be described as a combination of complex thoughts and an intense desire to know more about anything and everything unknown. Today, when children are taught to learn through technologies, colorful and pictorial content makes them understand better, which, in turn, leads to an increase in their level of curiosity.

Studies have revealed that when a child is curious, there is a sharp rise in his/her desired level of knowledge with just a small rise in his/her actual knowle…

Next EducationMarch 16, 2015


Education is one of the vital aspects of every society. However, with time, the traditional way and look of schools and classrooms are changing, as they are going digital. Children nowadays are tech-savvy and therefore, digital classrooms are considered a potent tool of teaching and learning.

With smart classrooms being implemented across the country, they have proven to be beneficial in many ways:

Encouragement and energy

With smart classes, students are always encoura…

Sapna AgarwalMarch 9, 2015


“Mirror, Mirror on the wall,

Who is the fairest of them all?”

For me, the story of the mirror began very early. I was in my kindergarten when this fairy tale was narrated to me by my teacher.

It was a moment of wonder how the mirror replied to what the queen desired and it was atypical day when the mirror refused to give the answer she wanted to hear.

For years, I kept wondering why it had happened.

As I grew, it kept coming back to me. I remember when a bundle of books was gi…

Next EducationMarch 9, 2015


Most teens love to live a carefree life filled with fun and adventure. However, many teens have revealed that they have friends who score the best grades in exams but end up being cocooned when it comes to social life. But there is, according to them, a rare section of teens, who can juggle both studies and social life effortlessly.

The following are a few habits of such teens:

Taking initiatives

Such teens always prefer taking initiatives at home as well as school. The…

Next EducationMarch 4, 2015


In the competitive world, it is necessary for students to study hard and score well in examinations. However, another equally important factor is study break. Many students believe that studying continuously for long would be rewarding. However, it is not true.

The catch here is that “the more you study, the higher your score will be” is nothing but a myth. If you study for long without any study breaks, you end up performing poorly or not as expected.

According to various studies, there a…

Next EducationMarch 3, 2015


Teachers teach students. However, does it go the other way round, too? Do teachers learn from students? Here are opinions from some teachers:

“Don’t try to fix the students; we need to fix ourselves first. A good teacher makes the poor student good and the good student better. Our students’ failure is our failure.”

Teachers are defined as a role model, a path to enlightenment, and the embodiment of knowledge. Someone you bow to just as you bow to god. A lot has been said about teache…