Getting into my practical and professional life, I have realized various things about education which I would like to discuss here. It is my opinion and I would like everyone to add or contribute their valued opinion about it.
We are made to follow certain rules since class 1. Most importantly, the timing we follow at school creates a foundation for our work routine at professional life. All our productivity lies on the time we are made to adapt since childhood, that is, 9 to 1.
Hope all are doing well.I am currently doing some research (on education in India) and in that, I am stuck around the question of "whether a K-10 school in India run without affiliation to any board (State board or IGSCE, CBSE, IB, etc.). The idea is to provide school with 'inbound' curriculum till 8th standard and then do affiliation with any board (for 9th and 10th standard, mainly to provide a valid exit certificate to student). We teach children our way till 8th standard. This is to develop a more dynamic and relative up-scaled courseware.
Hello Teachers of India.
I am Reuben from Brainwave magazine a children's science magazine (bwmag.in) and we are trying to get feedback from science teachers on how a child learns in school. We are building a web platform for children in the 5-8th grade to compliment what is being taught in school.
Is it good to motivate students by providing them info like who is their MLA Collector MP and successful personalities like Jucker berg Mukesh AMbani and Bill Gates and Warren Buffet to encourage them.
“Science is not a subject to be taught just through books”, teacher Narendra Sharma said. “If we provide opportunities to children to learn while doing, they are able to learn easily and do not have to take the path of rote-learning."