Kindergarten is seen as the new first grade and academic rigor is increasing. This means it's even more important for parents to make sure their kids are on a good developmental footing. One  of the best ways to do this

Play is the most effective tool helping in the overall development of children, without much need of involvement of adults. Play promotes development in physical, intellectual, language, emotional, social and moral domains. This natural medium is paid scant attention in

Today school education is evolving to connect learning with life and smoothly pace itself with the developmental changes of 21st century. Teachers as learners have to continuously upgrade themselves for meeting the new age learning needs of students. Understanding students

1.Visual Communication: A HistorySince the dawn of humanity, the cave dwelling homo sapiene successfully used cave paintings to visually communicate their experience and expressions to others. The cave paintings of Altamira Cave in Spain (created about 35,600 years ago) and

This article by our student author shares nine simple tricks with which teachers' can make their classes interesting. It also shares an interesting perspective of how serious studying does not necessarily mean studying without fun. vedanshi Mitesh Bhalodia is a second

This article by a digital native talks about how technology has changed the world and the need for schools to adapt themselves to the fast paced technical changes. It also lists down applicable steps that schools need to implement in

This article by our young cinephile talks about lms that go beyond entertainment to meaningful education. It also shares practical steps that schools can take to integrate lms as part of their curriculum and make education an experiential learning process. Naman

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and     I may remember, involve me and I learn.” -Benjamin Franklin There was a time when teaching was all about standing and addressing a class, sticking to the basics and telling them what you knew

The success of a school depends upon the outcome of learning aims and objectives of its curriculum plan. Education policies advocate more autonomy to students therefore it is increasingly important to understand the learning  styles of children during the formative