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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Teacher Training and Learning Outcomes

    Posted on July 31, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    Comparison with other nations and their models of teacher training has brought to light opportunities as well as constraints present in our own schooling system. The portrayal of the Indian education scenario is not conceivable without pointing out the difference that exists in the quality of education between government and private schools.

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  • Use of CSR Budget to Improve Early Childhood Education in India

    Posted on July 19, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    Educationists opine that elementary education plays a vital role in charting the development of an individual. Through preschools, children get exposure to the world around and develop an affinity for learning. Social statistics demonstrate that children who had the opportunity to complete elementary education are less prone to dropout from schools at any level.

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  • A glimpse into International Baccalaureate® Primary Years Programme (IB PYP)

    Posted on July 19, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    With the advent of IB  in India school promoters who wanted to try different curriculums have found a way. In our role as curriculum implementation consultants, we have found out that before deciding on IB sometimes the groundwork of understanding and appreciating the course had not been done, as a result, series of surprises were encountered. There are some very distinct features of IB curriculum which are important for school promoters to understand before opting for IB as the curriculum of their school. In this article, we have tried to provide a practical understanding of IB PYP curriculum as it remains the area wherefrom most of the queries arrive.

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  • Sports and Health Period Made Mandatory by CBSE Board From 2018-19

    Posted on July 13, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in a bid to mainstream health and physical education in schools, has intervened elevating sports from a neglected extra-curricular activity level to a curricular standard.  Health and Physical Education (HPE), as the new subject is named is to be made a daily period in all schools, for class IX to XII. It is clear that the policy is directed towards the adolescents and their lifestyle that is bringing about results contradictory to the purpose of overall development. Children, in the present state of affairs, are turning into “couch potatoes” and that moved the board to take the unprecedented step.

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  • How Corporate could Complement School Education in India?

    Posted on July 10, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has adopted leadership of sorts in the collective social assignment of making quality education available to all children. The targets that the collective of corporates has set coincide with that of the Right to Education Act and many other public policies framed for development and propagation of education.

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  • CSR Spending for Improvement of School Education

    Posted on July 10, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    Current trends of philanthropy in the corporate sector indicate that school education is receiving exceptional interest. Corporate leaders who have come to realize that resources spent on school education are bound to impact social equity are diverting CSR budgets to improve the quality of school education.

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  • Impact of School Architecture on Pedagogy

    Posted on July 10, 2018 | by Vinod Kakumanu

    The school architecture is becoming more and more crucial in bringing learning experiences to classrooms in-line with the evolving curricula. It is not just about the classrooms, there is an undeniable need to attend the external context and landscape design as well. With such trends coming to the fore, the focus is moving towards designs that facilitate holistic education experience.

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