Chaman Bhartiya school was recently featured on the international news channel WION, where our grade 6 learner Shianvi Dogra and our Head of Pedagogy and Professional Development perspectives were prominently featured.
The debate around whether or not board exams should be held has highlighted the over-dependence of the Indian assessment system on the examinations. So much so that even in the no-exam route, students still will be assessed based on the exams – the only difference being these will be the exams held earlier. This could include pre-boards or internals or past year exams. In 2020, when exams could not take place for certain subjects, students were assessed based on an average of the highest marks scored in other subjects – for which exams were held.
Parents and experts weigh in on creating safe offline learning for children.
After a long wait, months spent studying at home and missing their friends and teachers, some kids in India have returned to school.
With education having shifted online to a great extent because of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is very important for teachers and educators to know how to make remote learning more effective. Here are a few tips.
BENGALURU: Online classes, missing friends and a disrupted routine… it’s been an uncertain time for many students. One would then expect child counsellors to be busy, but the reality of the situation is quite different. With classes being held at home, the resultant lack of confidentiality has led to a decline in numbers.
Copenhagen-born Allan Kjaer Andersen is the Bangalore-based director of the new age K-12 Chaman Bhartiya School (CBS) — the first education initiative of the Gurgaon-based real estate heavyweight Bhartiya Group.
Importance of personalised, project-based and play-based learning in cognitive development
Children develop cognitive skills rapidly in the first few years of life and build on them progressively throughout grade school.