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5 Must haves for your day out with family

There was a time when picnics had been merely considered as a day to take people outside and spend some fun time together. People used to visit museums, zoos, and parks and spend time by issuing over a picnic sheet and having endless conversations. Taking

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5 Tips To Make Your Next Family Outing Awesome

  Why Go On A Picnic Now?   Family outings; aka one-day trips or picnics with family members have always been happening for a long time. To remove fatigue, stress-filled work-life, and monotonous studies for a long time, a family outing is the best choice

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Schools Gear Up to Battle the Ill-Effects of COVID 19

Recognizing the damage COVID-19 has done to the growth and development of children, schools across the country are finding innovative ways to boost physical, mental and emotional well-being of children  One of the biggest challenges of COVID-19 has been the significant impact it has had on

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Joy of the outdoors

The outdoors are a palpable and experiential entity. The learning universe of a child is not a package deal. It has within it the sights, sounds, colours and fragrances of the natural world. Through the pandemic, nature has been a great healer emotionally, physically and

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More than the sage on the stage – the teachers changing roles

In the given situation with everyone swept off their feet, yet everyone is grounded. All the teachers are frontline warriors, who have an equal contribution towards maintaining the continuity in education for children. Teachers have adapted so well to the paradigm shift of learning, unlearning

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Values must be embedded in the ecosystem

There have been many academic developments against the backdrop of the pandemic. Schools have had to evaluate their standing against each of these criteria. Schools would in addition need to address the parallel pandemic of the psycho-social mental state of unrest that would have to

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Students are human resources for schools and teachers

Teachers have been handling heterogeneous groups and multiple intelligences – some being tactile learners, while others being audio learners, so the teacher has had to train to be able to identify those kinds of students and then plan the lesson accordingly. Teachers have had to

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