ANALYTICS DRIVEN EDUCATION

Teaching analytics assesses the teaching design by analysing the lesson plans and reflecting on how effective it is for the student learning experience. Learning analytics combines and measures student data and analyses how one can improvise on the learning methodologies and experiences to make it more useful for the student. The task of the faculty while training a student for competitive examinations or board examinations  has many elements: it involves the provision of a broad context of knowledge within which students can locate and understand the content of their more specific studies; it involves the…

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7 THINGS TO BE FOLLOWED BY PARENTS TO ENHANCE THEIR KID’S CONCENTRATION

If you’re the parent of an adolescent facing exam time, knowing the way to help them access practical ways to scale back the distractions is important.   Try these top tips to assist them stay focused and develop better study habits:   Understand Energy Levels for Better Focus   Understanding energy patterns is key. For most people, the best time to focus is in the late morning. For a smaller percentage of the population, that focus burst happens best late in the night. Understanding the way your teenager works best…

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Tips To Master the Art of Time Management

How to Prepare for CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2019? Quick Preparation Tips for HS Science

Time management for students (and everyone else) is about being purposeful with your day. It’s about taking control of how you are utilizing time for productivity, focus, and in particular, balance. In today’s busy world, time management skills for college students are increasingly important. While you would possibly be looking for an easier era when time appeared to move more slowly, the realities of participation in contemporary western society requires students to possess skills in efficiency and productivity. Charles Darwin, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution once said, “A man who dares to waste an hour of life has…

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Education In The 21st Century

7 Super Tips to Ace Checkpoint Exam

We are living through an education revolution. The pace and methodologies of learning are being redesigned. School and universities are redefining the experiences of students and teachers. The impact is being felt by millions of children around the globe. The world is witnessing a shift in the way faculty are teaching and students are assimilating information. This change in educational patterns is all set to open up newer avenues for the teaching and learning groups, paving way for a modern school of thought. As popularly known, the 21st century skills…

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Post Lockdown Handbook Summary

JEE Advanced 2019 Important Dates

Online learning has become mainstream. Challenges for schools post lock-down: – Ensuring Uninterrupted Learning for all Students Ensuring Student and Staff Safety Strategies and protocols– To adopt an ‘integrated online-offline’ strategy. It ensures high student achievement without any loss in learning coverage or syllabus. Revised school timings, attendance norms and time-table: Practising social distancing in school by alternate day school or double shift school in batches of students. Classroom seating arrangement done accordingly Academic year planning: despite reduction in syllabus, the aim should be completion of entire one-year syllabus with…

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Digital Education and its Advantages

The New Education Policy 2020 aims to provide a momentum to the digital mode of education at all levels of learning, ensuring equitable use of the available technology. This digital learning system seems to be of prime importance in the current global pandemic and will prove beneficial to the students. An autonomous body will be created for the exchange of ideas on the utilization of technology to improve learning, evaluation and management. The integration of technology will improve classroom processes. It will enable the teacher to deliver personalized content and…

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Transformational reforms in higher education under NEP 2020

The new education policy will be the foundation of the new India. It will reshape the students into global citizens who are rooted in their values. The NEP 2020 focuses on invention-based, inquiry-based and analysis-based methods to help foster greater curiosity, interest and logical reasoning in the students’ minds. The NEP has been released after six years of consideration and a steady review. There were no major changes in the education system over the past 34 years and hence only a rat race continued rather than applicative knowledge assessment. The…

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JEE Advanced 2020: Criteria of 75% marks in Class 12 for admissions in IIT removed for this year

JEE Advanced 2020: The decision to waive of the class 12 board marks as an eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced has been taken due to the partial cancellation of class 12 board exams by several boards.   JEE Advanced 2020: Union HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal on Friday said that the Joint Admission Board has decided that the candidates who will clear the JEE Advanced will be eligible for admission to IITs irrespective of their class 12 marks. The decision has been taken due to the partial cancellation of class 12…

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NEET 2020 – Chapter wise weightage and Important Chapters.

To score good marks in NEET ,  it is important that you know which are the important chapters for NEET and what is the chapter wise weightage of each chapter in NEET. With NEET important chapters in hand, you can focus more on those chapters. Chapter wise weightage for NEET tells us exactly which chapters carry more questions and accordingly more weight in the NEET examination. As such, don’t commit the mistake of taking these important chapters for NEET lightly or ignoring these chapters. NTA is the respective body which organizes…

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Online classes: Teaching and Learning remotely is a learning experience for all

One of the biggest casualties of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown has been institutionalised education. Schools have been shut to prevent the spread of the virus and this has given way to online classrooms, a very new concept in India even for the most sophisticated schools. It is commendable how easily some educational institutions have moved to virtual classrooms, all thanks to tools such as Zoom, Google Hangouts and Microsoft Teams. But there are some still struggling to get online. There are teachers and schools putting extra effort to engage students in classes by revamping…

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