Newsletter Vol - 5, Issue 3, April, 2021

Newsletter Vol – 5, Issue 3, April, 2021

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VOL - 5 | ISSUE - 3 | APRIL 2021
IN THE SPOTLIGHT

TEACHERS ARE LIFELONG LEARNERS!

By Ms. Kareena Bhambhani (English Educator - Podar International School, ICSE Kalyan)

Technology cannot replace teachers but technology in the hands of teachers can usher transformation. Covid 19 was unpredictable and teachers did re-learning and self-learning never before could...

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EDUCATORS' CORNER
 

THE HUMAN VOICE IS POWERFUL, AND CAN DO WONDERS
By Ms. Sarah Berry, Head of Communications - Centre for The Digital Future (CDF)

We all know about the devastating impact the pandemic has had on education, and there is no need to reiterate it here...
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STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION – IMPLICATIONS OF NEP 2020
By Prof. Dr. R. Gopal, Director - DY Patil School of Management
The NEP 2020 in its quest to make INDIA GREAT from the academic point of view has developed a beautiful blueprint...
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CREATIVE LEARNING & TEACHING
By Prof. (Dr.) Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay, Vice Chancellor - Sister Nivedita University

Education has been constantly changing and the pandemic has transformed the education horizon like never before...
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NEED FOR EARLY EXPOSURE TO STEM LEARNING
By Ms. Charu Noheria, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer - Practically

With the National Education Policy, the education sector is set to undergo a paradigm shift to prepare students with...
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INDUSTRY NEWS
 

HIGHER EDUCATION
Education ministry mulling increasing number of international students coming to India for higher studies
The Ministry of Education is deliberating on... Read More
Indians studying at London universities register 'astonishing' growth
The UK capital is by far the most attractive destination of choice for Indian students coming to study... Read More
 
Universities in Delhi Gear Up to Curb COVID-19 On Campuses With Stricter Guidelines
The increase in coronavirus cases in the national capital has prompted institutions of higher education... Read More
Haryana Waives Tuition Fee for Underprivileged Girl Students In Colleges, Universities
Haryana has introduced relaxation in the tuition fee charged for the girl students pursuing post-graduation... Read More
K-12 EDUCATION
CBSE not to reduce syllabus for students of classes 9-12 for academic year 2021-22
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided not to reduce the syllabus for the students of... Read More
MP Govt schools to conduct class 9, 11, pre-board exams in both online, offline mode
The government schools in Madhya Pradesh will be conducting the exams for class 9 and 11... Read More
LEARNINGS
How to fix the problems in India's higher education system?
With 51,649 institutions and 37.6 million students, India has one of the largest higher education systems... Read More
Will 2022 bring a return to 'normal' after mostly online semesters in 2021?
With Covid-19 easing down and then again gearing up with a second spike, people are starting to wonder... Read More
GLOBAL NEWS
HIGHER EDUCATION
France sees “moderate decline” in int’l students due to Covid-19
Despite the challenging context, France has asserted itself as a destination of choice. Students have... Read More
Fears that international student intake will keep falling
The absence of 65,000 international students is already affecting local economies, university... Read More
K-12 EDUCATION
5 ways COVID-19 is influencing school construction projects
Three relief funding bills have injected $190.5 billion in funds for K-12, and leaders are eyeing needed... Read More
Pandemic's K-12 impacts exacerbated by pre-existing disability disparity
As schools recover from the pandemic, they should put the needs of students with disabilities in the... Read More
LEARNINGS
Boosting Student Motivation in World Language Classes This Year
Avoiding lectures in favor of games and lessons that emphasize culture can help remote students... Read More
New School Visions Requires a Change in How We Make Decisions
As schools mark a full-year since the pandemic hit, lessons learned have pushed districts to embrace... Read More
How Can Students and Educators Make Sense of a Year of Loss?
For most of us, educators and students especially, the last 12 months have been a time of relentless... Read More
How can educators promote SEL, equity in hybrid learning?
There are a number of common practices educators can build upon to create equitable hybrid learning... Read More
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