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How to Start an IB School Anywhere In India?

I have come through many a people including the educators themselves who say that IBDP is challenging, why is it so?... Read More


Relevance of Soft Skills in Students

In a progressively diverse and globalized job market, school education, degree/diploma, certifications, skill development, job readiness, and suitable employment have become buzzwords in discourses on education taking place at the global level.... Read More


UNICEF foresees and warns of skill deficit in half of Indian students for 21st century jobs

In India, 53% of students will pass out of senior secondary schools without acquiring 21st century skills and hence will struggle to find a decent occupation. According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), the unemployment rate in India stands at 8.45% and this is not likely to improv... Read More


Role of vocational education in K-12 schools

Vocational education implies skill-based education that prepares individuals to hone themselves as a technician or in multiple numbers of jobs like a trade or a craft or any creative work activity.... Read More


5 education trends to watch in 2020

The surveys have reflected that the current pace at which the students are acquiring 21st century skills will not suffice and amends have to be made in our approaches towards educating.... Read More


Schools must aim at developing 21st Century Skills

Century, the era of advanced digitalization where almost every single business, project, education has come on internet. This is the time where internet proved as the game changer and gave a boost to the technology.... Read More


Structuring Preschool Curriculum - Waldorf and Pikler Preschool Education

There has been considerable research and studies done on the pedagogical methods and early education but few have been as successful and applied as the Waldorf and Pikler approaches when it comes to preschools. The Waldorf Education that is based on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner has b... Read More


Project Based Learning, Connecting Real Life with Theory

Education is a way to upgrade ourselves about various information that is available and develop skills and techniques to revolutionize the working of a society or a community. We provide education to children not only to get into good grade category but become a useful member who bring about a minus... Read More


Revisiting Bloom’s Taxonomy— An overview

We have talked about learning outcomes and educational goals and how to achieve them in several of our previous articles. In this article, I am going to discuss the theoretical device widely applied to direct pedagogy... Read More


Solo Taxonomy, An Approach to Understand Different Levels of Students’ Understanding

However, in 1982 Biggs and Collis came up with Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes or SOLO Taxonomy which is an alternative to Bloom’s version. Bloom described about the level of cognitive skills like from remembering to analyzing and evaluating. The SOLO taxonomy implies how the learning model ... Read More


A personalized Learning Navigator for K-12 Education

His initial thought was to create a search engine for a good learning but now it has developed as a platform for teachers as well as students to involve in a quality-based learning with researched resources available at finger tips.... Read More


Mindspark—Maths and English Education Vitalized

Often, students are get accustomed to dislike English and Maths due to their confusing grammar lessons and tricky problems respectively. The traditional method of learning has made it complicated for most students to develop an interest in these subjects. However, in the contemporary times, it looks... Read More


Indoor / Outdoor Games and Child Development

Kurt Squire, a professor at the University of California, Irvine has been contributing his life in understanding the impact of games in the learning process of an individual right from childhood to the adult age. The world calls him a Champion of the game based learning model.... Read More


Best Selling Montessori Education aid

Our recordings make evident that certain school supplies are acutely rising in demand on India’s Leading Hyper Local Market exclusively for schools and the trend is sustained. We genuinely aim at being a helping hand to the school leaders by facilitating high-quality products directly to schools.... Read More


Comparing IB and IGCSE

International Baccalaureate® (IB) and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) are the two International school education programs. IGCSE is also an examination conducting body. The IGCSE is controlled by a department of the University of Cambridge and IB is an education fou... Read More


Experiential Learning, Enhances Educational outcomes

People learn from the experiences that they have gained which is essential for a living. It is said that experience is the best teacher and it seems education is incomplete without adopting experience-based learning.... Read More


Strategies to Consider for CSR in School Education

If you are thinking to commit CSR funds for improvement of a school and want to go beyond upgrading the infrastructure and add value to the educational ecosystem it is very essential to understand in detail how those who have secured such educational systems in the world actually did it.... Read More


Trends that will shape the Primary Education landscape of India

Census of India reflects that the rural literacy rate is just 69 percent, when compared with the world average of 86 percent it is abject. The elements that are going to be most instrumental in shaping the future of primary education in India are offsprings of technological advancement besides risin... Read More


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