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How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

What are innovative schools exactly?... Read More


Education Based on Multiple Intelligences

Schools known as Multiple Intelligence (MI) Schools are the schools that have adopted the pedagogy and curricular methodologies influenced by the Theory of Multiple Intelligences propounded by Dr. Howard Gardner, a Harvard educational psychologist. The ground breaking theory postulates that intellig... Read More


CBSE expresses reservations on the draft NEP’s recommendation for 24 subject multiple board exam

CBSE has voiced its concern over the recommendations made in the draft national education policy rooting for multiple board exams and inclusion of 24 subjects for the board exams. The NEP which is to come into effect since 2020 for next 20 years have made several provisions that have raised question... Read More


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

I wish to open a CBSE school in Bangalore. We are at the stage of forming the non-proprietary organization—trust , society or company. Which of the three is most suitable as far as the running of a CBSE school is concerned?... Read More


How Multiple Intelligences based Curriculums advance classroom learning?

The theory of multiple intelligences as expounded by Dr. Gardner in his pioneering work Frames of Mind has been discussed in our earlier article. If we consider it as established that there are multiple intelligences at play during cognitive exercises like learning... Read More


Kerala Government Appeals for the Case of School Unification

The government of Kerala has demanded for the withdrawal of the ruling issued by the High Court staying the merger of the three Directorates of school education.... Read More


AI in CBSE Schools to be Integrated with Multiple Subjects Across all Classes

It was introduced as an optional subject in schools. Taking the AI induction to the next step, the board now is planning to oversee its integration with other subjects across all classes. It has been reported that the teacher training to this end will start in the coming months.... Read More


CBSE Set to Change Question paper Pattern from 2020 Board Exams

Central Board of Secondary Education has announced its intention to introduce changes in the pattern of the questions in the board exams 2020. There are a range of opinions emerging on the subject. Experts are of the opinion that the changes should not be limited to 9-12 class bracket, as stated by ... 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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Do co-curricular activities complement learning outcomes?

We have discussed, assessed and compared contemporary curricula being taught in schools across the country in our earlier articles. We have also touched upon several co-curricular and extracurricular... 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


Major Changes Expected in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws

CBSE affiliation bye-laws are set for an overhaul. The proposals containing guidelines for far-reaching changes in the examination policy and affiliation bye-laws have been drafted and sent for consideration to Ministry of Human Resource and Development for approval. The proposal that is being const... 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


Start an innovative CBSE School?

The term “innovative schools” is doing rounds ever since the new CBSE bye laws are announced. The new CBSE regulation simplifies the process of starting a CBSE school and implementing alternative educational methodologies in India by granting the composite affiliation to innovative schools.... 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


Wisely Choose School Consultants in India?

This is what school promoters should look for in a school consultancy service organization. They must see if the consultancy is organized i.e. can it provide all the services required to launch a new school through their own dedicated resources?  Can they help conceptualize the school, plan budget, ... Read More


Accreditation of Schools Testifies Quality of School Education

The accreditation of schools is sometimes outsourced by the national boards including CBSE. These private institutions have, to the board’s satisfaction, the capability to assess a school in terms of quality of education it imparts.... 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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