Friday, April 23, 2021
    online education in india

    Teachers Amid Changing Societal Perceptions and Why Virtual Classrooms Can’t Replace...

    Online teaching is becoming the new fad but it can possibly never match up to the vibrancy and effectiveness of the real classroom.

    Hindus and Muslims Belong Together: Why Our Schools Don’t Understand

    At a school in Wazirabad, Hindus and Muslims compose two different sections; amidst an already fractured national consciousness has schooling failed its inclusive purpose? Ananya Pathak

    The NEP Amid a Culture of Populist Politics and the Question...

    The growing political interest in the NEP 2020 is an interesting phenomenon that compels us to to identify populist trends and propagation of ideology through education.

    The Kotia Ashram School in Odisha Represents the Crisis in School...

    EDUCATION Odisha | The Kotia Ashram School, Odisha does not have even the basic infrastructural facilities and symbolizes the absence of sustained reform in the domain of school education in India.

    Bhagat Singh’s version of nationalism and what it may mean for...

    As we commemorate Bhagat Singh's 90th death anniversary, here is a close look at the ideas and vision that the man stood for.

    Cultural Diversity, Creative Learning and the Realm of Possibilities

    A heterogeneous classroom is an exciting site for a teacher. Here is an article that narrates a creative teacher’s experimentations—the way she shows her sensitivity to cultural/social diversity, taps the potential of each child, and evolves a pedagogic milieu that encourages the child to sharpen her concepts.

    Thinking Beyond Hollow Conceptions of Teacher Performance

    EDUCATION Will it be appropriate to rate teachers based on students’ performance alone or are there many nuanced factors that determine the way the child learns at school apart from the way the teacher delivers in class? Will critiquing the rating of teachers necessarily amount to allowing teachers to escape from being accountable to teaching?

    Delhi’s Government’s Book Bank Initiative is a Step towards Collective Empowerment

    In a country like India where many children cannot afford textbooks, the initiative of the Delhi Government to start Book Banks will certainly empower learners from underprivileged backgrounds.

    Is the 100-Day Education Agenda Under NDA II-a Push Towards Privatisation?

    The 100 days educational plan drafted by HRD and approved by PM will be implemented very soon.

    Dropout Rate/Arunachal Pradesh Refurbishes ‘Old’ Bus to ‘Vibrant’ Classroom

    Lohit district in Arunachal Pradesh has converted an old bus into a vibrant classroom, students are now motivated to come to school.