Why does my child want to play all the time? Should we let them, or not? How do I make children want to learn? We often wonder.
How do we teach our kids to collaborate with people from different walks of life and make the world a better place? As they say, early training builds a strong foundation; this post is set to address why collaborative classrooms are important for children…
Some kids like working in groups whereas others learn individually. Some impulsively explore new phenomenon while others go by standards. No two children can develop a similar skill set in the same learning space, which is why it's important to differentiate instructions to fulfill their unique learning needs! Here's how differentiated instructions create thought leaders.
Is your child leveraging the advancements in personalised learning to achieve his/her maximum potential? Debunk the myths of personalized learning to discover how it benefits your kid in the long run.
Playing any game requires time, efforts and dedicated participation. Knowing this, we’ve been misled for years that sports distract young athletes from academics. Notwithstanding this misconception, tennis legend Billie Jean King, having 39 grand slam titles to her name, states: "Games teach us more about life." From an era where sports were meant for children … Continue reading Importance Of Sports In School: A Structured Approach To Character Building
The way people talk about us impacts our mindset, personality, and learning outcomes. Therefore, it’s important for caregivers to give constructive and structured feedback to students.
- "The law of love could be best understood and learned through little children…" - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: Author, Freedom Fighter, Father. Hero, social activist, zealot, lobbyist, an advocate of peace: his efforts earned him different monikers and adjectives around the world. Some know him as Mahatma—the good soul, others as the architect of the … Continue reading Timeless lessons from Mahatma Gandhi on education