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A Healthy body keeps a healthy mind.

Why have schools become just academic centers? Why is that we care more about academics? Why is that most of us when we go for school meetings or on report days, do we just end up meeting the core subject teachers and skip/ keep meeting the PE teacher the last. I don’t have to spell out the answer but it is obvious we are not giving the due importance to sports. When it comes to choosing...

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Can A School Administration Run Like A Corporate Entity?

Today I am going to ask you a question. A tough one to answer. Can a School administration run like a corporate entity? I have been in a school for the first 18 years of my life and in the corporate sector for 12. And isn’t it strange that I still see myself divided between my head and my heart when I want an answer on this question. The world is changing fast and to keep pace, everythin...

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4 key factors of teacher credibility in classroom

About “John Hattie” and his research, I heard for the first time in a conference for school Principals conducted in Lucknow, India. He has researched over 800 meta-analysis relating to achievements, he has compared the effect sizes computed for more than 800 different meta-analysis that, in turn, bring together the results of more than 50,000 different studies. After listening to resea...

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Reviving and updating teaching trends through ‘Teacher Training’ program.

Great teachers create great students. A school is made by the teachers it keeps. A motivated, dedicated, empathetic and a knowledgeable teacher, who can inspire students into becoming positive thinkers, is the biggest asset a school can ever have and there can be no second opinion or a substitute to it. Let me at the outset begin by reminding that Teachers are humans too, though they are a...

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Empowering one & all through education

Bringing about a change in the education is no mean task, but every little step counts. And Neha Swain, who was recently awarded Queen’s Young Leaders Award in Buckingham Palace by the British monarch, has already taken several in this direction. She talks about her NGO Rubaroo in Hyderabad, which aims to make education accessible to one and all, regardless of their socio-economic backgr...

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Bringing about equality in access to education

Intro- Karti Sawhney has been awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award at the Buckingham Palace. What makes his achievement even more special is that he is visually challenged. He inspires today’s youth, including the specially-abled, to widen their horizons in Science & Maths …. How does it feel to be recognized for your achievement- royally? It feels great. I couldn’t ...

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