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“Our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies – all of the things that quite literally make us who we are.” -Steve Berry, American author and former attorney The customs, beliefs, and practices, passed down from one generation to the next all through the years, and the behaviours...
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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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The changing times have made conventional teaching-learning methods to stand on the verge of being obsolete. Learning, in modern times, is all about honing the skillsets and sharpening the young minds while meeting their collective and individual needs. It has moved away from book-cramming approaches practised earlier and has emerged into something that aims at...
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The worst thing that can happen to an eager and inquisitive child is becoming a frog in the well that doesn’t know the ocean. The well, meaning the classroom and the school, nurture the children sufficiently and offer them the comfort of familiarity; but, what it fails to do is to let the young learners...
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“Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose. It teaches you about life.” – Billie Jean King, American former World No. 1 professional tennis player. The famous adage ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’...
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The purpose of education is to foster the spirit of enquiry and nurture curiosity among young minds. It can never be about caging the students within bookish knowledge and laying stress on memorising the lessons. It is here that arises the need for a robust curriculum that makes learning a process that learners enthusiastically participate...
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