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10 Ways to Help Shy and Socially Awkward Children Reach Their Full Potential

“My journey from Airtel to Deloitte mirrors the essence of a true industry leader—one who not only adapts to change but thrives in it. As a proud SOIL alum, I strive to exemplify the institute’s commitment to nurturing professionals who make a significant impact in their respective fields.” Importance of nurturing children’s confidence and helping[...]
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How An Assistant Engineer Professor From Hyderabad Founded A School And Introduced The Area’s First Computer Lab

Srinivasa Reddy Gangula, Akshara School of Excellence, Hyderabad, Telangana Srinivasa Reddy’s journey as a school leader began with a spark ignited during his early academic years. Always a topper and a curious learner, his math professor played a major role in inspiring him in his studies and other aspects of life. He says, “My professor[...]
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Inclusive Education: Identifying Different Types of Learners and How We Can Support Them

Inclusive education is an educational approach that seeks to address the learning needs of all students, with a specific emphasis on those who are most vulnerable to marginalization and exclusion. This approach integrates students with diverse abilities and backgrounds into general education classrooms, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to learn and participate fully[...]
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Unlocking Student Potential: A Crash Course in Sustainable Teaching

Introduction As educators, we continually seek ways to engage and inspire our students while addressing the ever-changing needs of our society. One approach that has garnered significant attention is sustainable teaching. This method not only focuses on students’ long-term academic success but also emphasizes their development as responsible global citizens. Let’s explore what sustainable teaching[...]
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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Your Guide to Designing Powerful Learning Activities

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a foundational framework in education, developed to promote higher forms of thinking in education, such as analyzing and evaluating concepts, processes, procedures, and principles, rather than just remembering facts. Created in 1956 by Benjamin Bloom and a group of educational psychologists, this taxonomy has been revised over the years to better fit[...]
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This Software Engineer From UP Now Leads A School, Bringing Quality Education to Every Village Child

Kanti Maha Vidhyalay, Rashtriye Bhushan,UP Kanti Maha Vidhyalay stands in the heart of Amrai Gaon Ramnagar Barabanki, near the peaceful Ghagra river. The villagers view it as a symbol of hope for quality education. Under the leadership of Rashtriye Bhushan, the school has become a positive force in the community. Observing the lack of primary[...]
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Unlocking Potential: Sustainable Teaching Strategies for Long-Term Success

Introduction Imagine you’re a teacher, exhausted, and fighting to keep your students focused during classroom lectures. Standing in front of the class, you try to get their attention, but they’re zoning out, doodling, or staring blankly at their notebooks. Many teachers encounter this everyday duty, which leaves them feeling irritated and unproductive. This is where[...]
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Building a Brighter Future: How Parent Involvement Boosts Student Achievement

Education is a team effort that extends beyond the classroom. Parents’ involvement in the education process is as important as teachers’ in molding students’ minds. Parents are a child’s first teachers, and their involvement in school allows them to help their child even outside of the classroom. “The best inheritance a parent can give his[...]
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