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When I was a child, I remembered I used to pronounce “Environment” as – envy-ron-ment” so that the I remember the spelling as well. One day, my teacher heard me saying it in school assembly and immediately corrected it. It was embarrassing. But the one-on-one feedback helped me immediately correct it and it stayed with Read more about Speak English to Learn English[…]
What if we can turn the tables on exams and make them synonymous with confidence. Can we use evidence-based strategies with which teachers and students can face exams confidently?
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Will private-run boards reinvent school education? Will it improve educational outcomes?
With board exams round the corner, here are some strategies that can help you score well despite Math anxiety .
Are our children future proof? To know more, read this article by Venkata Vinaya, Academic Lead, ClassKlap.
The classroom transaction should not be limited to a ‘teach and test’ loop. This doesn’t benefit anyone in the system, much less the student.
Using specialised diagnostic tools, teachers can close the learning gap, rather than conducting assessments and analysing results.
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Naveen Mandava- Co-Founder and Executive Director, at IMAX Program, Speaks to BW Education through an online interview
Maths anxiety is now a recognised psychological phenomenon, and students suffering from it have help at hand.