Assessments are an integral part of the teaching learning process. They help the students, teachers and parents to assess the understanding of concepts taught in a particular level and give the confidence to go to the next level. They help students to focus on academics and teach the most valuable skill of their lifetime – Time Management. Students must prepare well for their assessments because even though there will innumerable tests throughout their student life, this particular one will not come again. They can write it only once in one attempt!
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“Are your child’s bad results your fault?
Your child is smart, – he is capable of multitasking and yet your child’s report card did not meet your expectations.
When expectations are not met it’s human nature to be disappointed. Eventually you end up blowing off steam by shouting at your child , comparing them to other kids, withholding their privileges; in short you start demanding more of your child. Continue reading
How to teach your kids About Money
“We begin to imprint our childrens prosperity programs from the day they are born” – Ellen Rogin (TEDx Talks)
Most of us try to teach our kids about being smart with money maybe through allowance & helping them save. You are doing the right thing because these financial lessons are necessary but what we are missing is – The opportunity to truly cultivate those skills to help kids have a healthy relationship with money. Continue reading
The second most important decision you will make as a parent — apart from deciding to have the kid in the first place — is deciding which school for them to enroll in. Make the right decision and you could put them on a path toward lifelong learning, a prestigious college education and a successful career. Choose wrong, and well, you know. Talk about pressure. Continue reading
A teacher’s day starts with the alarm chiming early in the morning. She shuts it down so that it does not jostle other family members fast asleep beneath warm comforters. She has a lot to accomplish before getting ready for school – it begins with collecting the newspaper and milk from the doorstep, making breakfast and lunch for the entire family and scrubbing the kitchen platform clean before gulping down some coffee and cold breakfast. Continue reading
We all uphold certain moral values in life, don’t we? Although we belong to different countries, states and regions, represent diverse cultures and religions, fundamentally we believe in many principles of life that are very similar in nature; like, brotherhood, kindness, sincerity, honesty and integrity etc. And if we look back, these values, deeply rooted within us, were sowed when we were children. And the values we cherish the most were taught through stories. Continue reading
Sipping a large Starbucks Coffee at Heathrow airport, I am thrilled that I have a five hour halt before I board my next flight to Washington DC. While most people would shop at Duty Free stores or window shop at designer outlets, I prefer to ‘People Gaze’. The farewells and the welcomes, the rushes and the waits have provided me with mesmerizing opportunities to study people and behaviors. Continue reading
Carbohydrate + Vitamins = Healthy Children & Care + Love = Happy Children
Just like the way nutrients like Carbohydrates, Vitamins, Calcium, Iron, Fat, Proteins and Minerals are important for the healthy physical growth of children, many essential nutrients like Care, Affection, Trust, Support, Love, Endurance and Kindness are essential for the development of ‘Happy children‘. Continue reading
I believe that we teachers live in the most exciting of times EVER. From lesson plans to content and the way we transact the same in the classroom can be different for every section and for every class that we teach. My teachers however had to depend on a few books and their notes which were handed down from generation to generation. Continue reading