The date for an important exam is looming. You know you have to study for it. Suddenly, it’s the evening before the dreaded date, and you feel like you haven’t studied enough, if at all. It’s time to cram all the information you can into your brain.
We know that to do well in exams, you have to remember your material to then demonstrate your knowledge during the test. But is an intense night of study an effective way of learning?

We bet, for your high schoolers you won't get a simpler explanation on how computer memory works.

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A chronicler of contemporary Indian pastimes & eccentricities and a keen observer of piquant humor, Laxman's brush captured the essence & effervescence of daily life in India for decades. A tiny little passport sized You Said It column (& a mute Common Man) is all he needed to put his point across where a long editorial often failed.

Teachers’ Days are special days intended to recognize and appreciate teachers. While World Teachers’ Day is on the fifth day of October, each country celebrates Teachers’ Day on a day significant to their journey of education, or to celebrate the memory of a local educationist. In every region, this appreciation is shown in different ways, drawing from the specific cultures and traditions.

What is understood well is retained well. This article looks at 'retention and forgetting' and ways to enable students to retain the material taught.

The author goes down the memory lane trying to assess and reflect upon his journey and his stay at the Krishnamurti Foundation.

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