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How to Start School and get IGCSE affiliation?

What is the difference between IGCSE schools and Cambridge international schools?... Read More


Lockdown and school studies, ways to continue studies during lockdown, online educational resources during lockdown

Education is the only sector that has been dynamic and undergoing a transformation for the past many years. The educationists are involved in inventions and creations of pedagogical devices that match up to the standards of global education of the 21st century. The stakeholders including teachers, s... Read More


Top 10 criteria for selecting land in India to open a school

The very thought of opening a school is immediately followed by the idea of acquiring the suitable land or building to establish the school. Throughout my career as a school consultant, I have advised many educationists select the property for school purpose and continue to do so.... Read More


Which Curriculum / Board / Syllabus options should I consider for the new school setup?

         Many options are available; you may consider any one or combination of these familiar options -

 

  • State Board: State Government Recognized Board
  • CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education
  • CBSE-I:CBSE-International
  • ICSE:Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
  • IB: International Baccalaureate
  • IGCSE: International General Certificate of Secondary Education / Cambridge University
  • Early Learning Schools & Child Care Centers: custom concepts based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf (Steiner), Montessori and early year foundation stages (EYFS).

 

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Games-Centric Pedagogy

The gamification is an educational process to motivate students to learn through video games or other game elements in a classroom scenario. It is a new rendering of learning where the major motive is to engage maximum learners and drive them towards knowledge by adding an element of fun to it. In t... Read More


Distinct Ways to Aid Virtual Learning

The pandemic with which the world is grappling with appears to have a prolonged duration with an increase in the count rate from around two thousand to three thousand cases per day. However, the fatality rate is low as compared to the number of people diagnosed with the disease. But still people aro... Read More


Mumbai sees protests against school fee hike, ban on online classes

Mumbai saw a spate of protests by parent groups on the issues of fee hike by a prominent school chain-- with six schools in Mumbai alone-- and the ban on online classes for primary and preschool children.... Read More


The Features of a Next Generation Classroom in a School?

With digital literacy on the rise and the ease of availability of information and data, it is pertinent to think about the shifts that the schools and the classrooms would undergo in the future... Read More


Incorporating Education Technology in Schools

In the 21st century, the way of learning and getting educated has radically changed. Education is no more solely dependent on chalk and talk, books and paper assignments.... Read More


Is Artificial Intelligence a Fad or a Fact to Come to terms with?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) appears to be taking baby steps towards its progress since many prominent figures in the field of science fictionand movieshave been anticipating about the catastrophic changes that would probably arise with the rapid increase of artificial intelligence for decades. But ... 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


Computer assisted instruction (CAI)—an introduction

Simply put, Computer assisted instruction (CAI), also known as Computer Based Instruction or Computer Managed Instruction, is the instructional method that uses a computer for transmission. CAI is used to enhance the quality of instruction and facilitate it. There are various CAI programs which inco... Read More


Elements of a Digital Classroom

The digital classrooms have been creating a noise in the education sector. What makes a digitally sound classroom? Is it the people or can a video conference with eight to nine people came together to study can be considered as digital classroom? Or is it the tools that can be counted? How digital c... Read More


Starting a Preschool / Playschool Anywhere in India?

To start a preschool in India the promoters must have necessary statutory permissions. There is no union law with regard to initiating of a preschool but in certain states, preschools come under the purview of state private school education acts. Other laws such as Right to Education act apply to th... Read More


Selecting Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) for Schools

Interactive whiteboard is a 21st century substitute to the black board is also known as smart board. It is a mediating technology useful in turning the class increasingly interactive. It is a significant addition to the learning environment and a defining feature of educational technology for classr... Read More


All About School Renovation

The idea of renovating the schools arises when the learning infrastructure fails in adding the value in a student’s life and then proves an assemblage of old-fashioned apparatuses that simply fail t... Read More


Learning Matters—How a Powerful Tool to Modify Education in Rural Areas Evolved

Saras has an overall 18 years of experience in various child education programmes, managing digital contents and also teaching in the US. She has two MS degrees from Purdue University in Child Development and Special Education. After returning back to India she contacted her friend Gowri who was wor... Read More


Alternate Schools - An Introduction

Alternative schooling may differ from the mainstream schooling in several ways. It can use non-traditional curriculum and pedagogical thoughts, it can experiment with non-traditional instructional models etc. The common theme that run across the alternative schooling models is that of customization ... Read More


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