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For the longest time, researchers and child psychologists have been trying to find out the factors that assured lead to better learning outcomes, and two of the aspects whose mention have come up time and again in this regard are motivation and interest. But before we delve into how interest and motivation can come together...
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With technology and social media whelming the life of children from a rather young age, the innate motivation to simply go outside and play seems to be fading away with time. We have seen how a majority of children, even when given time to do whichever activity they enjoy doing, would rather sit with a...
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  What do you think is the prime purpose of schooling? We know the first thing that pops up upon putting across this question is learning. But then, do you think learning should remain confined within the boundaries of marks and grades? We don’t think so! Learning is something that is far beyond mere academics....
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“Children instinctively know that the more laughter we have in our lives, the better.” – Wayne Dyer, American author and motivational speaker For the longest time we have heard the adage that ‘laughter is the best medicine,’ and of course, there is nothing more beautiful in the world that the giggles of the children. But,...
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Children are inherently curious by nature. They hold a vast desire to explore more and learn more to make sense of the world that unfolds before their eyes. So, what happens when we confine such wide-eyed wonders within the confines of traditional classrooms and textbook learning? We end up limiting their potential and curbing their...
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What comes to your mind if asked to list the factors that impact the learning outcome of students? Surely, it will be something along the lines of how well the students are being taught, how well they are preparing for their courses, their practical understanding of the subject matter, and more so. Isn’t it? But...
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There was a time, not too long back, when the learning system was considered to follow a rather rote pattern: come to the class every day, study six or seven subjects, note down the homework, go back, and come back again the next day to do the same thing. The focus was solely on academics,...
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Children have wandering minds, full of dreams and aspirations. The dreams may range from the really bizarre ones like ‘I want to be a superman’ to perhaps the predictive ones like ‘I’ll be a pilot one day.’ As they grow up, most of these childhood fantasies are left behind, and new dreams and aspirations take...
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“There are two distinct languages. There is the verbal, which separates people… and there is the visual that is understood by everybody.” – Yaacov Agam, an Israeli sculptor and experimental artist It is widely agreed that free play is important for children as it lets them explore and make sense of their surroundings through their...
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Children are more like a sponge when they are young; every new word they hear, every new experience they go through, every behaviour they observe, it is all absorbed into their tender minds. In fact, childhood constitutes the most impressionable years of an individual’s life, and investing in quality education during these delicate years paves...
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