In this annual round-up, we share our readers' favourite articles from this past year — the ones that were most read and shared and caused a major impact to the way we think about various aspects of teaching, learning, and leading. We hope they offer you inspiration for the coming new year.
In an exclusive interview Anil Swarup, Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy, MHRD, Government of India, shares his plan of action for education in India.
It is heartening when schools fulfil their larger purpose as institutions of learning and change. The idealism of youth, powered by the proactive guidance of dynamic educators, can lead to dramatic social transformation. SKV - Sankalp, the initiative by Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya (SKV), Gwalior, is a classic example.
There aren't as many ranks as there are rankings now; an oft-repeated exercise that often leaves stakeholders bewildered and confused – intentionally or unintentionally, that is! This duality of rankings was bothering us at ScooNews for long, until, three months back; we decided to take a different path.
Bihar's famous educator Anand Kumar, the founder of Super 30 is making waves and inspiring similar initiatives across the globe.
Our series "Teacher Warriors" honours some of the country’s best and bravest teacher warriors, striving to give kids a fighting chance at a better present and a future floating with possibilities. In the Thirteenth episode, Nichola Pais spoke to Prof Sugata Mitra, Professor of Educational Technology at the School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences at Newcastle University.
HundrED, a Finland based non-profit, selects 100 inspiring innovations in K-12 education from around the world annually. Vega Schools, Design For Change, Project DEFY, Self Organized Learning Environments (SOLE) and The Museum School from India featured in the 2017 list.
It is time parents and schools read the Early Childhood Curriculum policy of the government of India, which is explicit on what should or should not be taught to children from birth to six years.
We need to overcome limited identities by experiencing other people as part of ourselves - Sadhguru
A new kind of rigorous education is now a must for all children as well, maybe from the very moment they learn to understand the word “safety”. It is not only the parents’ responsibility to make sure their child is safe but also the duty of the school that we equip the minds of our children to do everything in their power to protect themselves from the monsters that roam in society.
At Bett Asia 2017, Anthony Salcito, VP, Worldwide Education, Microsoft, tells Ravi Santlani that a school that creates a culture where students are confident and hungry for change is doing its job, immaterial of Wi-Fi connectivity or computers.
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