Future Generation Skills III

World Economic Forum reveals that almost 65 percent of the jobs our students will be doing in the future do not even exist now. Consequently, current workforce, as well as freshers, need to equip themselves fully to cope with the future demands. Education...

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Future Generation Skills II

We are on the threshold of the fourth industrial revolution which is going to fundamentally change the way we live, work and communicate. It will open up boundless possibilities in the workplace and marketplace with the application of disruptive technolog...

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Future Generation Workskills

The whole world is undergoing a metamorphosis. Naturally, work, the very meaning of the word itself, follows suit and finds a path of transformation.  In a few years’ time, traditional employees, who normally work inside the four walls of an office, wi...

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End a Lesson Effectively

” Did I teach today what I intended to teach? Has the student learned what I expected to have him learn?” Many teachers ask these questions to themselves after each class. They plan carefully and diligently design the beginning of a lesson to ...

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Make them Receptive

You may be teaching a tiny tot, a school/college student or an adult. Whoever may be the student the basic requirement is that he needs to be receptive to your lesson to understand it. That means your student should be in a “receptive” mood or in ...

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Mother Tongue Influence

An American speaks English like the Americans, a Briton like the British and an Australian like the Australians. Can we term all these as different accents or mother tongue influences? In fact, accents are nothing but mother tongue influences (MTI). When ...

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Gravitational Waves detected 100 years a...

Questions related to the cosmos have intrigued scientists for ages. Many have come up with answers, though not satisfactory enough. Albert Einstein came up with the ‘General Theory of Relativity’, which describes Gravity as a ‘geometric property’ ...

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Teaching for Understanding

     “Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand.” Centuries back Confucius, the Chinese teacher, and philosopher made this remarkable statement. The last part of this statement is relevant for us, especially ...

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Parental Attention, Global Citizens, and...

The 21st century is characterized by rapid progress in technology and the spotlight is on innovation and its benefits to society. However, this is also accompanied by the inherent prerequisite of being up-to-date with changing trends, having the required ...

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