Chintan Girish Modi
Here is a book on conscious parenting where the authors hold parents accountable for the biases that children internalize. Children learn such behaviours by observing adults. Therefore, in order to facilitate self-awareness, there are a number of questions that are presented to parents to reflect on.
This time we have an interesting paper for teachers to read about – on how a reluctant teacher becomes an empowered one, and her journey.
Artificial Intelligence is used in many ways and now it is transforming the music industry. Can AI complement human capabilities and will the creative process also change? Beginning a new column that will address the various dimensions of music.
How has the lockdown experience affected education among the marginalised? A study conducted by Teach for India explores the lived experiences of children from low- income families. What are the lessons learnt?
Is an inclusive education really possible? How have schools put this into practice, and are teachers negotiating this with sensitivity and without any hurdles? Are there any success stories? This column will showcase stories of hope and empathy.
Is video-gaming getting too addictive disrupting the lives of the young? Is the virtual world offering a sense of security and accomplishment that real life is not? While gaming in itself is not really bad and is actually credited with improving eye-hand coordination and multitasking skills, the truth remains that parents must keep a watch on their wards so that they do not end up playing with their future.
In the second part of the article on Oceans, we look at life in the oceans and how they survive the various forces. Life in the oceans is governed by two factors – the presence or absence of light and the pressure exerted by water at various depths.
The pandemic has abruptly uprooted children from their safe and secure environments, leaving them feeling confused and anxious trying to cope with the stressful times. During this phase the support and guidance of teachers and parents is crucial.
A brief account of what teachers did with their time during the lockdown last year when schools were closed.
Teaching vocabulary is not an easy task . There is a constant need to improve and learn new words. Learners must not stop with just knowing the meaning of a word. The form and use of the word is also important.