How e-learning is making education affordable and accessible in India?

Asia/ India/ 13.08.2019/ Source: www.indiatoday.in. Here is how online learning helps in educating the masses while achieving its 2 major goals of accessibility and affordability over traditional learning. ndia is witnessing a digital revolution and with 500 million people within the age bracket of 5-24 years, there are immense growth opportunities for the Indian education sector […]

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A play-based and non-didactic approach to primary education

By: Anurag Behar.   Vibrant classrooms with engaged teachers are an integral part of the New Education Policy vision Puducherry has systematically gone about starting pre-primary classes in all its government primary schools. Anyone you ask there, they point to this levelling of the playing field as a key reason for enrolment increases in these […]

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Education-technology boom transforms how children in India learn

Asia/ India/ 10.04.2019/ Source: www.straitstimes.com.   From a multi-billion-dollar education start-up to wired-up mannequins, technology is helping to revolutionise the way Indian schoolchildren are learning – provided their parents can afford it. A host of online platforms are taking advantage of a surge in smartphone ownership to engage millions of youngsters with interactive games and animated […]

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Coquille Tribe moving forward with Indian education curriculum, celebrating culture

  The Coquille Indian Tribe has a long cultural history, broken apart by the loss and restoration of their “Tribe” designation. The tribe has not always been given the chance to teach their history to the younger generation. Newly passed legislation, Senate Bill 13, puts into law the process to make sure the next generation […]

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