In a recent survey, a psychologist has labeled the current generation of young people as “I generation” or “Me Generation”. It is also found that the today’s generation takes it for granted that “SELF” comes first. This is an era of narcissism. Today’s people think of their own needs and interest. They ignore the needs… Continue reading Is Our Generation More Self-Centered Than The Previous?
In this fast-paced modern era, almost everything under the sun has become advanced. Even developers have made video games upgraded with new technologies and have created a great impact. A recent study suggests that playing video games improves hand and eye dexterity, problem-solving ability, and quick decision-making skills. Yes, video games have it’s own advantages… Continue reading Do Violent Video Games Make People More Violent In Real Life?
Should money be spent on upgrading the quality of the classrooms, is a follow-up question to how the school system performs? We believe, money must be spent on uplifting the overall factor of classroom status. Students spend about 15 years of their life in school education. The environment of the school affects the overall behavior… Continue reading Should Money Be Spent on Upgrading the Quality of the Classrooms?
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?
As a parent, we all are our child’s first and most important teacher. When parents are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings about going to school. Here are some ideas on the role of parents in improving school diversity. Should develop a partnership with your child’s teachers Meet… Continue reading The Role of Parents in Improving Education For Their Child
“One step for a man and a giant leap for the mankind” These were the words of Neil Armstrong when he set his foot on the moon. The remarkable progress of human civilization is the result of the inquisitive mind which is always curious to venture and explore the unknown domains of this civilization. According… Continue reading Disadvantages of Current Education System
Education has redefined itself in the 21st century moving beyond the world of textbooks. The 4 Cs of Critical thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity are the buzzwords for a 21st-century learner. This makes well- structures competition an integral part of school life to foster healthy learning. Here are 5 ways in which best practices of… Continue reading 5 Ways In Which Competition Enhance Learning
A recitation in general sense is the act of reciting from memory or a formal reading of a verse or other writings before an audience. Recitation actually means recreation of poems. Recitation is one of the most important & effective modes of learning a language & appreciating a piece of literature. According to a famous… Continue reading The Importance Of Recitation In Studying English Literature
In our lives, we come across many people. We see new faces every day. Many of them remain anonymous, some may be acquaintances, some will become our friends but from that, only one person will become our idol: Our Mother. The most influential person in my life has ensured that as I shoot for the… Continue reading My Mother Is My Source Of Happiness
“Life is a story, make your’s the best seller” And this can be done well and easy with an idol to inspire you. Inspiration is what pushes us beyond ‘at par point’ to the ‘point of excellence’. And for some readers I would say it definitely doesn’t mean to be a follower of someone or… Continue reading ‘Whom Do I Inspire?’, writes Prashant Rawat