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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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Capacity building for teachers is the need of the hour

A teacher has to wear many hats, that of a counsellor, an instructor, an entertainer, an event planner, referee, guide, mediator, therapist, coach, friend, and philosopher. Teaching is one of the most challenging vocations in the world. In order to make it more fulfilling and

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Disruption and Innovation in Education that are Possible and Probable

Teachers are helping children realize their dreams by building bridges of discipline. Today’s time of education with synchronous and asynchronous learning are being implemented with varying degrees of success. Will these change the way we fundamentally perceive education? Given the deep crisis that we are

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Classroom education and extra-curricular activities go hand-in-hand

Extra-curricular is additional or added activities which are done in addition to the scholastic activities. Education imparted to children cannot be segregated from co-curricular activities, learning is key and underlying. Classroom education and extra-curricular go hand in hand. These activities are taken as a choice

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Extra curricular activities to be more important in the age of hybrid learning

There is a very fine line that differentiates extra-curricular activities from co-curricular activities. Rightfully termed as co-academic activities, it is critical for children’s personal growth. With the present mounting pressures of academic excellence, technology dominated activities have made children lose interest in their hobbies or

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