EdInsights, Vol-2, Issue-4, February 2018

EdInsights, Vol-2, Issue-4, February 2018

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   VOL-2, ISSUE-4, FEBRUARY 2018.
 Technology Letting Educators Accommodate To Unique Learning Styles In Classrooms.  5 Tech–Free Innovative Learning Experiences For Educators To Empower Students.  From Bamboo Desks To Floating Schools – Innovative Teaching Models.
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 Teachers As Educators Should Learn To Unlearn.  L.M.S.- For Teachers To Improve Learning Outcomes.  21st Century Learning- Schools Undergoing A Paradigm Shift.
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 IDA blog brings top educationists from the Education and training sector together to share their knowledge and opinions in the form of articles and let educators get insight into a wide range of topics from early learning to Higher education; from teacher empowerment to the future of Indian education, and much more.             

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Google India, NCERT bring 'Digital Citizenship' lessons to schools

Reiterating its commitment to make the web a safer place for everyone, Google India on Tuesday announced its collaboration with NCERT to integrate a course on "Digital Citizenship and Safety" in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) curriculum in schools.  Read More

Announcing India's 1st Apple Distinguished School - Canadian International School, Bangalore

Canadian International School Bangalore (CIS) has been recognized as India's 1st Apple Distinguished School for their adoption and integration of technology in education Read More

  India gets its first Artificial Intelligence research institute with Wadhwani AI

The Wadwani AI institute will focus on researching ways to harness the power of AI to solve deep-rooted problems in healthcare, education, agriculture, and infrastructure to accelerate social development.  Read More

IBM, skill development ministry launch 'New Collar' curriculum at ITIs

Technology giant IBM launched a first-of-its-kind "New Collar" curriculum in partnership with the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) to build the next generation skills needed for "New Collar" careers.
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New technologies including AI, robotics, machine learning (ML), Internet of things (IoT) have been given up to 20 credits, as per the new curriculum prepared by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for the first time. This new curriculum is likely to be followed by at least 80% of the 3,000 engineering and technical colleges in the country.  Read More
After ‘Make in India’, Modi govt to promote ‘Study in India.  Read More
Teacher training website to facilitate disabled persons.  Read More
Microsoft Partners Chalkup to Improve Classroom Education.  Read More
IDA Invites education and training professionals to contribute to the conversation by writing an article.

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