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An ideal school of the future: What should it be like?
Technology can help schools become more accountable to parents, and to students, in the way that they develop, measure and tap into the children’s progress, to set their feet on a career pathHindustan Times
What works in education — a look at the best practices
Across the world there has been a tremendous growth in schools offering a new pedagogy. They are moving from traditional teacher-led, chalk and talk sessions with an exam at the end, to student-centered inquiry-based units with a variety of assessments.DNA
Healthcare in India is in a mess with no corrective lead being taken by the Government. Death due to negligence, wanton overpricing by private hospitals, crass commercialisation of …The Pioneer
Using Real World Problems To Engage Students
When I first meet parents who are looking for admission, I always ask them, “How many of you remember what you were taught in Class 9 or 11?” To date, no one has said they remember.DNA
Make kids comfortable in class, give them space
I bet that many of us, when looking back at our school days, don’t recall sitting in rows of desks very fondly. Even as a 50-year-old teacher, I admit it is boring to sit and listen to a teacher for extended periods.DNA
[Webinar] EdTalk - The Future of Technology in Schools Featuring David Udry
The Campus Consortium 20-minute webinar featuring school leader David Udry was held on 30th June.Mr. Udry has over 25 years of experience in education, the last ten being in India. He currently serves as the Principal of Himalayan International Residential School in Siliguri.EDTECHREVIEW
Bringing Progressive, Inquiry based Education to students
Been an educator all through his life, David Udry’s first job was as a summer camp counselor at the age of 13, teaching about nature to younger students.Passionate about constructing knowledge with young people he enjoys nothing more than asking questions to the students and seeing how they work out an answer.Asia Biz Today