HAPPINESS CURRICULUM\The school’s atmosphere must create an ambiance of trust, freedom and nurturance and enable the child to look beyond the utility of marks. The recent ‘Happiness Curriculum’ can be a significant step towards that goal.…
EDUCATION In a multilingual nation like India, it is paradoxical that parents often fear that teaching their children the mother tongue will restrict them from learning English but contrary to apprehension, it has been repeated…
EDUCATION Individuals have different potentials and standardized markers cannot determine their talents. We need a system of education that acknowledges and builds on the diverse ways in which individuals are gifted. Samhita K
DISCIPLINE AND PUNISHMENT / The functionalities of punishment go beyond the individual student and act as restorers of collective morality. In an age where corporal punishment is punishable by law, the reasons for its perpetual…
Teachers from a remote school in Haropura, Mysuru have taken the initiative to transform the school building into a train like structure attracting students like a magnet and thus resolving the problem of dropouts.
EDUCATION Odisha | The Kotia Ashram School, Odisha does not have even the basic infrastructural facilities and symbolizes the absence of sustained reform in the domain of school education in India.
EDUCATION | Our education system alienates us by compartmentalizing disciplines and discouraging reciprocity of notions among them. A liberating learning process is possible when disciplines communicate.
The classroom is like a second home for the child. Each and every child requires to be nurtured with unadulterated care and love to be able to realize her complete potential.
The vocation that one takes up determines to a great extent the motivation and commitment that one has for the work one does. Here the author enables us to take an inward journey of self-exploration.
Alterations in NCERT textbooks will emphasise familiarising students with content that generates a sense of patriotic pride in them and make them aware of the ‘glories of Bharat Mata’.