Category Archives: MathsLab

STEM education: Unlocking enormous opportunities for today’s generation

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education signifies the curriculum based on these four disciplines. In the global education landscape, STEM-based learning is steadily gaining prevalence. Even in India, many schools have started considering this academic discipline while formulating curriculum of their K-12 segment, the reasons being developing students’ interest in technology-based learning and encouraging… Read More »

Benefits of hands-on learning

“I hear and I forget; I see and I remember; I do and I understand.” Confucius This quote mirrors the benefits of hands-on learning. Time and again, it has been proved that the hands-on learning environment provides students with a better understanding of any concept/topic/subject. Especially when it comes to science education, hands-on learning activities… Read More »

Maths Made Easy!

It is said that a lot of students in India have Maths phobia. It is so severe that often, students get stressed out and even develop a fever before a Maths exam. MathsLab from Next Education India Pvt. Ltd. is an effective solution aimed at making Maths fun to learn. Based on the philosophy of… Read More »

Hands-On Learning – The common foundation for education and learning

A common debate, in both academic and business circles, is about the value of formal business education compared to that of real-world experience. While there are both staunch supporters and detractors of B-school education, the positive value-add that work experience brings for any professional is well acknowledged by all. The significance of first-hand business experience… Read More »

Hands-On Learning – Making learning more fun and Effective

I hear and I forget I see and I remember I do and I understand – Chinese proverb Some time back, I was teaching my nephew a geometric problem based on cubes and cuboid. Though he is a fairly bright boy, he found it difficult to understand and solve the problem following his usual way… Read More »

India’s lost math advantage

The discovery of the decimal system and the invention of ZERO mounts the courage of Indians with pace and priority among the global audience. The country today needs more of concerned teachers to explore the art of paving the intelligence among the masses. Two ones’ are two becomes the vocabulary of gone years with preface… Read More »

Transform attitude towards education

In a society richly steeped in culture, traditions, heritage and multilingualism, we need to reflect on transforming the attitude towards education. The educational system must allow for the fact that there are different ways of knowing and learning styles, and impart learning accordingly, rather than focus merely on “knowing” and impose information. The focus should… Read More »