EDUCATION

Book Review | The Reflective Learner: Seeing ‘Missed Takes’ in Mistakes

Education has always been a domain that has caught my interest for its ability to not...

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Social Emotional Learning as the Key to Quality Education in our Schools

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically....

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A Glass Prison for Teachers: The Hardships and Difficulties that Paint an Indian Teacher’s Life

Can you imagine a person living in an area where he or she does not receive clean water,...

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Learning to Fall

Because I’ve spent the happier parts of my life at the southern edge of New...

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Commodification of Education and Politics of Knowledge Production

An important dimension of markets is that they tend to give more buying power to those...

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Expanding the Parameters of Learning beyond Fixed Notions

Learning is a lifelong. One process must not only strive to learn but to learn how to...

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Empty Classrooms to Fill Up Again: Kashmir’s Schools Finally Reopen 

One of the most badly affected sections of the population in the aftermath of any civil...

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Meet Boro Baski: The Educator Who Set Up a School for Indigenous Children in West Bengal

Born in a Santhal family of agricultural labourers, Boro Baski was the first in his...

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Contractual Teachers on Indefinite Strike in Bihar Ask For Equal Pay and Permanent Employability 

The school teachers of Bihar have always got far less attention than what they deserve,...

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How to help your kids with homework (without doing it for them)

Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. Parent involvement in their...

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