|VOL-2, ISSUE – 10, JUNE 2018
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create”
– Albert Einstein
As we celebrate the tenth year of Didac India, we wish to focus on bridging the gap between imagination and knowledge by understanding the learning predicament affecting education at a global level. It is imperative to cultivate our imagination and create strong culture of ingenious learning among the teachers and students. This requires developing a strong leadership team to support and improve instruction. At every step, the vital role played by the management, leadership or faculty in the quality of instruction offered at our schools/ colleges/ universities leads to better educational outcomes for the young minds. Let’s all join this global movement to bring about meaningful transformation in learning by #UnitingForEducation
Focus on Holistic Wellness of Students – Why is it Important ?
By Ms. Arti Chopra – Principal, Amity International School Read More
Strategic Teaching – Analyzing Key Variables & Making Decisions
By Ms. Jemi Sudhakar – 21st Century Holistic Educationist Read More
|– INDUSTRY SPEAKS –
|Interview with Dr. F. Y. Gan: Executive Vice President of Sales Center – E Ink Holdings Inc.
What is your vision of transformation of education in the next 2 decades?
The fast-growing trends of Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence are not only transforming the industries, businesses and our daily life into the era of digitalization, but also the education sector…..Read More
Microsoft launches Transforming Education. Read More
UK launches PhD fellowships in honour of Stephen
Hawking. Read More
National Skill Development Corporation gets international recognition. Read More
NITI Aayog identifies five sectors that can adopt Artificial Intelligence. Read More
IBM rolls out STEM programme for girls. Read More
Centre to set up pre-school educational units: Union school education secretary Anil Swarup. Read More
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