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How to Score Good Marks in SSC Board Exams

2017-10-16T12:58:30+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: |

Prelim papers are around the corner. In many schools teachers have decided to hold multiple prelim exams to assess the students. Schools and Tuition Classes are hurrying to complete the syllabus so they can concentrate on assessing students with tests and save enough time to give remedial lectures.

Organize Yourself

This, of course, is not the time […]

8 Reasons Why Students Lack Interest in Studies

2017-10-16T07:44:56+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: , |

Albert Einstein said, “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school”.

If you pay complete attention and study something with interest then you will retain that information forever. Forceful enrollment in colleges and schools where students half-heartedly attend classes will not do them much good. Hence, it is very important […]

How to Control Your Child’s Smartphone Addiction

2017-11-15T15:21:48+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: , |

If you are a modern generation parent, then you would be definitely suffering from this dilemma of whether to give your child a smart phone or not, or at what age to buy them a smart phone. What with the rising death tolls among children who have been indulging in playing violent games in smart […]

Common Myths and Misconceptions About Learning Debunked

2017-09-22T10:26:36+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: , , , , |

We all perhaps agree that learning is a stepping stone to enhancing our knowledge, isn’t it? We keep learning throughout our lives, some via formal learning systems and a lot more from day-to-day on-the-job activities.

Children and adults believe certain practices can help them learn better. There seem to be fool-proof and proven age-old concepts on […]

New in College! What to look forward to?

2017-09-21T11:48:06+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: |

So now you have successfully completed school and are raring to join college! There may be mixed feelings of excitement, anxiety, curiosity and eagerness to experience a whole new way of education? Understandably so!

There is a world of difference in school and college. Some good and some even better! As your cross this threshold, here […]

Why Learners Forget Information and How to Remember What We Learned?

2017-10-06T13:34:48+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , |

Our Brain is an organ that is taken for granted to retain as much information as possible. However, our brain also forgets. To explain how fast or slow the brain tends to forget information researchers refer to what is called – the forgetting curve.

What is the forgetting curve?

The forgetting curve is a graph of data […]

Things you will miss about school when you go to college

2017-08-24T10:23:58+00:00 Categories: Blog, Students|Tags: |

While college is all about freedom and excitement, school-life has its very own charms. Our school life is the longest stretch of our academic life. Other than your childhood bum-chums, here are a list of things that you would dearly miss when you leave school and join college.

Morning prayers

“Dear God, Thanks for another beautiful […]

Can I change my stream because I am feeling uncomfortable with my career choice

2017-08-31T09:56:18+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students|Tags: , |

Choosing a specific stream to study during your college or high school has a lot of long-term consequences. When you decide to go a specific way in your academics, you narrow down your path towards a specific line of career as well. Thus, students should wisely choose their subjects and streams with a futuristic perspective.

In […]

How to use a simple method to remember everything you learn

2017-08-31T10:26:31+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , , |

What is spaced learning?

With advancement in science, learning and retaining the absorbed knowledge has become easier. The constant researches and studies that are conducted on human brain, have helped guide students to learn in a smart way rather than toiling for hours and burning midnight oil.

Spaced repetition is one such learning technique. This technique advises […]

How to learn and train better by reducing cognitive load

2017-08-31T10:04:14+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , , |

Definition:

‘Cognition’ or the ability of the human brain to learn/understand any information depends on the load or amount/volume of information that is supplied to it in any given amount of time.  Thus, the Cognitive Load Theory proposes that learners are capable of absorbing/retaining the supplied information effectively only if there their mental capacity is not […]

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