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Literate vs Well-Educated

Literate vs Well-Educated

Kushagr NarayanOctober 8, 20210 Comments
Literate vs Well-Educated is a phrase I commonly use when insulting my friends, but despite the low-hanging insult fruit, this phrase does carry a lot of weight. Now, yes there
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Paperless Education- The New Future of Learning?

Paperless Education- The New Future of Learning?

Umme Salma SaifeeOctober 6, 20210 Comments
Adapting to technology doesn’t necessarily mean inconveniencing oneself in the name of development. This is perhaps the biggest concern of educators all over the globe. The reluctance to adopt a
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The Reservation System: A Disgrace or A Necessity?

The Reservation System: A Disgrace or A Necessity?

Sahana ReddyOctober 4, 20210 Comments
Photo by Alfred Quartey on Unsplash Reservation systems occur in various countries like Nepal, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It is available in slightly modified forms in MANY other countries—the
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Grades: Dictators hiding in disguise

Grades: Dictators hiding in disguise

Pragya PathakOctober 1, 20210 Comments
Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels Schools, colleges, or any educational institution, including coaching classes play a pretty crucial role in all of our lives. Those are the grounds where a lot of
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The social context of education: Are we doing enough?

The social context of education: Are we doing enough?

Sahana ReddySeptember 29, 20210 Comments
Photo by Tim Marshallon Unsplash There’s a marshmallow in front of you.  No, this isn’t a promotion, and you aren’t getting samples (sorry!), but imagine I keep a marshmallow in
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In-Person learning vs Online learning: Which is for you?

In-Person learning vs Online learning: Which is for you?

Nabila NaqviSeptember 27, 20210 Comments
Photo by Green Chameleon on Unsplash Wondering what to expect from the move from In-person learning to online learning courses? E-learning has never been as important and used as it
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Bullying in School: Effective Ways Overcome Fear

Bullying in School: Effective Ways Overcome Fear

Nabila NaqviSeptember 24, 20210 Comments
Photo by Keira Burton from Pexels Has someone let you down and made you feel humiliated in front of others? Is there someone who makes you feel like you have to win or
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The Learning Systems Needs to be Updated! Here’s Why

The Learning Systems Needs to be Updated! Here’s Why

Kushagr NarayanSeptember 22, 20210 Comments
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels If 2020 has made one thing painfully clear is that schools and universities need to update their learning systems. Now more than ever!! Hey, folks. This is going
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Student’s dreams and parents: Who should be in control?

Student’s dreams and parents: Who should be in control?

Pragya PathakSeptember 20, 20210 Comments
Photo by Monstera from Pexels Can you recall the gap between clearing 12th and joining a college? I mean, of course, you can but would you? For some students, that gap turned out
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Why is Moral Development Necessary in Children?

Why is Moral Development Necessary in Children?

Nabila NaqviSeptember 17, 20210 Comments
Photo by Picsea on Unsplash “Actions speak louder than words” is an aphorism that can be used when considering moral reasoning versus moral behavior. It is one thing to have
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Technology with Education: How Can It Help?

Technology with Education: How Can It Help?

Umme Salma SaifeeSeptember 15, 20210 Comments
Photo by JESHOOTS.COM on Unsplash Education has always been seen as a process of gaining knowledge, and a process of divulging knowledge by those who have the qualifications to do
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Economics of Education: Is Education a Resource?

Economics of Education: Is Education a Resource?

Sahana ReddySeptember 13, 20210 Comments
Photo by Kelly Sikkemaon Unsplash  The 4 M’s are pretty common in various economic platforms – man, material, machinery, and money. This speaks about various resources. Education, too, is one
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