Newsletter Vol - 5, Issue 5, May, 2021

Newsletter Vol – 5, Issue 5, May, 2021

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VOL - 5 | ISSUE - 5 | MAY 2021
IN THE SPOTLIGHT

MANAGING SCHOOLS: LEADERS NEED TO THINK AND ACT AS CORPORATE CEOs

By Ms. Vibha Khosla (Principal - Shri Ram Global School)

Leadership and management can transform a struggling school into a top-notch institution of learning. But this common way to think about leadership and management may be detrimental sometimes...

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EDUCATORS' CORNER

BRAVING THE PANDEMIC WITH COLLABORATE EFFORTS

By Mrs. Sunir Nagi
Principal - Pallavi Model School, Alwal

A teacher is much more than just a teacher. She is a mentor, a guide, an innovator who is constantly looking to develop...
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EDUCATION IS A PROGRESSIVE DISCOVERY OF OUR OWN IGNORANCE

By Dr. (Mrs.) Urmila Sharma
Principal - Arwachin Bharti Bhawan Sr. Sec. School

Education has different meanings for different people. For some, it is just a path to their desired career. For some, it is...
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CHALLENGES IN NEP 2020 IMPLEMENTATION

By Dr. Venunadhan B. Pillai
Executive Principal - Vellore International School, Chennai

NEP 2020 has a holistic approach as expected for a welfare society except for some paradoxes. However, many...
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INCREASED ROLE OF PARENTS AS AN IMPORTANT STAKEHOLDER IN SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

By Ms. Pratima Sinha
CEO - DSR Educational Society, Hyderabad

Ideally, a student is best served and supported when the relationships between the teacher and the parent, between...
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INDUSTRY NEWS
HIGHER EDUCATION
Uttarakhand mulls single online learning platform for all colleges
According to state higher education minister Dhan Singh Rawat, the decision has been taken to make... Read More
Common admission for varsities in limbo
A centralized common admission process proposed for all central universities is in limbo as uncertainty shrouds its implementation this year due to the pandemic... Read More
K-12 EDUCATION
IIIT-Delhi to organise summer camp for govt school students
The students will be taught concepts of mathematics, problem-solving, communication skills... Read More
Class X evaluation based on consistency of performance
The newly introduced evaluation proceed will reflect how students have performed in periodic exams... Read More
LEARNINGS
With India seeing a surge in Covid-19 cases, students stressed about exams and future prospects
Families are getting infected every day and it is creating mental trauma among students. Keeping... Read More
Here is how hybrid learning makes education more engaging and customized
The hybrid concept of learning is satisfyingly meeting the education system’s expectations at many levels... Read More
Social, Emotional and Ethical (SEE) Learning: We need to SEE beyond STEM learning
Sakib Sayyed is a Grade 10 student from Acharya Vinoba Bhave Municipal School, Pune. Once he... Read More
How students can deal with Covid-19 fatigue?
In a study conducted by Asian Journal of Psychiatry on the impact of Covid-19 on Indian students, 68.7 per cent respondents displayed signs of mild anxiety... Read More
GLOBAL NEWS
HIGHER EDUCATION
The 2021-22 budget has added salt to universities’ COVID wounds
The federal government's budget announcements this week included nothing new for universities - an industry... Read More
K-12 EDUCATION
‘Why Do We Deserve to Die?’ Kabul’s Hazaras Bury Their Daughters
A bomb attack that killed scores of schoolgirls, members of a long-persecuted minority, offered still more... Read More
LEARNINGS
Culture and opportunity: motivations for learning East Asian languages
“The meteoric rises of Asian languages indicate that global interest… is more than a passing fad”... Read More
World Education Support Personnel Day: Pandemic, Privatisation and Public Education
Education International fixed 16 May of every year as a day to recognise Education Support Personnel (ESP)... Read More
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