Our Head of Pedagogy and Professional Development, Sandhya Gatti was featured in the Education Times. Speaking on student mental health issues, Sandhya said that it is vital to train teachers at identifying symptoms and empower them with the skills and knowledge to approach each learner’s mental health requirements better.
Our Director and Principal Allan Andersen recently wrote an article for the Times of India on the topic ‘The need for open learning spaces to foster creativity & innovation’. He spoke about the importance of inculcating qualities such as creativity and leadership among students and emphasised on shifting to modern, open, student-centric learning spaces. He has proposed ways to create an environment for students to express themselves and feel confident.
Last month, our Director and Principal Allan Andersen, and our Head of Pedagogy and Professional Development Sandhya Gatti were both featured in the Elets Digital Learning Magazine. Allan wrote an article on ‘The Impact of introducing problem-based learning at an early age’ while Sandhya Gatti shared her thoughts on ‘Change and Innovation in education ecosystem’
We are extremely glad that our Director & Principal Mr. Allan participated in the India Education Summit 2022 as a panelist. The prestigious event was organised by Indian Express magazine. Other eminent panelists included Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of Education & Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman All India Council of Technical Education and Manish Sisodia Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister , Government of NCT, Delhi.
Bengaluru students to launch balloon satellite in January
BENGALURU: From finding out how a toothpaste behaves in space to gathering pollution data 100 km from the sea level, students of a city school are set for some eye-opening experiments by sending a high-altitude balloon satellite into low-Earth orbit.
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.