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Atlantis - The World School - A testimonial to the tradition of educational excellence

May i know the fee structure for students and may I know any teaching job vaccancies for btech graduate. Thank you. Looking forward for your response. ... Read More


Five Secrets to Land Your Dream Teaching Job

Many a time someone else gets the job you have been looking for. There are a set of people who get their dream jobs easily but not because they are more talented than you, rather they stand out due to their innovative approach. Nowadays, landing a teachers' job is not as easy as it was in the past, ... Read More


Absolute Don’ts of a Teacher Job

A teacher’s job is also not a trivial engagement. Sometimes, and I think everyone would agree with that, we all have bad days - even teachers. But having a bad day as a teacher and being a bad teacher have fundamental differences. Some points to be noted as drawbacks are... Read More


Strategies and Nuances of the Teaching Job

Teaching as a job brings a whole lot of pressure provided you take the role seriously because you are the one who can make or mar so many futures. To become an effective and good teacher is a difficult task but not the one that cannot be accomplished, we wish you luck for that and remember – evolvin... Read More


Practices to Adapt in a Preschool Teacher Job

Preschool teachers have more than one set of responsibilities on their shoulders. Being a preschool teacher is an associated qualification to their identity as a teacher as they enter the students’ life when their minds are most impressionable and brains in accelerated receptive mode.... Read More


Why is Teacher Training a Must?

Teaches are a crucial and integral part of the education system. A great teacher is crucial to a student’s development and growth. So, how does one become a great teacher? As teachers, we are always... Read More


Eleven Techniques to Enhance Teaching Skills

It is said that a teacher is the second most important part of a person’s life after parents. Guru- shishya relation is a dominant one and highly significant in shaping a child’s mental, social and emotional behaviour for growth and development. It is important for a teacher to have good intent to i... 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


Teacher Training and Learning Outcomes

There has been a lot of deliberation over the level of qualification and skills of teachers teaching across schools in India. Teacher training policies have been reviewed and commissions appointed to study and report on the scenario.... Read More


Parents in Bangalore to set off an avalanche on twitter with 40,000 pro-online classes tweets

The states have imposed the ban on virtual classes in different degrees. While M.P. has banned online classes for the primary and pre-primary classes, Maharashtra has restricted live online classes up to 2nd standard. The permission for prerecorded videos still hangs in the balance.... Read More


Macro-trends that are poised to influence education fundamentally

In the post-pandemic educational scenario, the experts are evaluating the modalities that could solve the problems like low learning outcomes, academic inequity, and lack of optimal assessment techniques, and sub-optimal levels of 21st-century skills. While research in these areas is warranted, it i... Read More


Challenges of Integrating Education Technology in Rural Areas

The technology is yet to set its footprints in many schools of interior parts of the country for students to attain digital literacy. This time seems to be crucial for everyone to create a pro-digital mindset as the time demands to gain virtual wisdom especially for students staying in the interior ... Read More


5 changes that the education system of the day demands

Rote learning has ruled the roost for long and it is a prevalent mode of learning across subjects.... Read More


Robotic Education in Schools

We are moving towards an era when man- made machines are overpowering the lives of men.Several movies on robots were made depicting scenarios where equipment made by a man becomes a reason for his downfall. It is ironic that men get immersed in technology and create things to put it into his service... Read More


Pushing Multi-grade Classrooms in Learning Sector

It was developed in Mysore district in 1995 to revive the primary school practices. A group of 15 primary school teachers went to Rishi Valley to study about children in multi-grade classrooms. They observed about how these children are learning in this setup.... Read More


Is Coaching Different From Mentoring ?

Almost more than half of the teachers have been mentored at some point in their lives. Either when we were hired as a teacher, or when we were a new student in the class. Not many of us can say... Read More


CBSE, ICSE vs IB, IGCSE; Which is Better for Indian Students?

School Education in India is witnessing a dynamic shift with the introduction of International programmes like IB and IGCSE curricula in Indian schools. It can be argued that the international education is years from catching up to the levels achieved by countries in Western Europe and Americas but ... Read More


K-12 School Education Scenario in Rural India

Education in rural India has always been a great subject of discussion and we like bringing it into the light such that we eliminate the problems around us and make this society a better place for learners.... Read More


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