The survey confirms that financial literacy in India has consistently been poor compared to the rest of the world. It can be detrimental to India’s ambition of becoming an economic superpower in the coming years. Financial illiteracy puts a burden on the nation in the form of higher cost of financial security and lesser prosperity.… Continue reading Financial Literacy: An Hour’s Need To Satisfy One’s Demand
In today’s’ world talent and hard work are two sides of the same coin, both together form the perfect equation to achieve one’s true potential. A person who lacks either of them, finds himself handicapped on the ladder to success. Talent is the drive that leads one to choose what to do, but hard work… Continue reading Which Is More Important Talent or Hard Work?
Bullying is undesired, aggressive tendencies among school-going children which involves a real or imagined power imbalance. It is done in repeatedly again and again, over time. Students who are bullied and the students who bully others can have serious psychological problems. It involves actions such as spreading rumors, giving threats, to attack someone either verbally… Continue reading How Can a Teacher Spot Bullying and Stop It?
The blue whale has been one of the most discussed prevalent notoriety in the world in recent times, maybe after Kim Jong. The Blue Whale Game also is known as “Blue Whale Challenge”, is a 21st-century social network phenomenon that is claimed to exist in several countries, beginning in 2016. Interestingly, it has been an important discourse and gives… Continue reading Blue Whale: Opportunity To Understand Students
How often do you work on your vocabulary? Do you make an effort to learn a new word every day? Are you confident about your command on your English language? If the answers to above questions are NO, you are never too late to work again on it. Learning how to build a better vocabulary… Continue reading Expand Your Vocabulary: Learn New Words Everyday This Summer Break
It is time to break free from the daily routine of getting up early, getting ready, doing house chores and then reaching school at the right time, talking and standing tall, teaching children all day long, checking homework and monitoring behaviors, and reporting and this and that…. Phew! Yes, we are talking about teachers here,… Continue reading Ways All Teachers Can Rock In This Summer Break
Summer camps in the vacation are one part of the entire academic session, which students look forward to. Schools conduct summer camps for their students, offering them unforgettable experiences in the month long vacations. Summer camps are the best time for any child (irrespective of their age.) They provide children, communities of caring mentors who… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons: Kids Should Go to Summer Camps Conducted by the Schools
How to improve your writing, without actually writing? How often do you write? Ask yourself this simple question, and answer win honesty. Writing is an important skill, and if you don’t believe this – consider it again. We write every single day in our lives. Be it posting something on our Facebook account, or tweet… Continue reading How To Improve Your Writing Without Actually Writing
Positive notes homes are one of the best classroom management strategies. However, they are not really used much by the teachers. It takes about one or two minutes of your precious time to write notes and send them with the students who have done a really commendable job. Why you should try sending positive notes… Continue reading Why You Should Try Sending Positive Notes Home
Teachers have the power to motivate their students. They have the full control of getting attention from their students. Teachers are the key influencers of any student’s life. Think about of the teacher whose wise words and way of teaching simply changed you. You became more aware of your classes. As an individual, you… Continue reading How To Motivate Students