Over the last 4 years of conversation with parents, I have heard each and every parent say the same thing, “I want my child to be happy”. Now, you must be thinking, “So what’s great in this realization…obviously every parent wants their child to be happy.” Well, the interesting thing is that when I ask […]
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Slow and steady wins the race This is one of the most motivational stories I have read in a long time and I wish everyone reads it. I still can’t get over as to how a 61-year old farmer, in 1983, ran 875km of ultramarathon race and won it while competing with scores of professionally […]
Over the last few years that I have spent engaging with children and exploring the education system, I have come to a very broad categorization of the educational institutes that exist in our society. This categorization is based on two parameters as follows: Dimension 1: Dimension of “Teaching Style” The two extremes of this dimensions […]
In the first 5 parts (Part1, Part2, Part3, Part4, Part5) of this series on education, we have understood that an education model built on Questions (Curiosity), Stories (Interconnections) and Theories can drive a deeper appreciation of concepts from a fundamental clarity perspective. At this juncture I am sure a question that will cross minds of lots of us […]
In Part1 we concluded that there is something wrong with our education system because of which our kids are not able to learn meaningfully. In Part2 we endeavored to find out, what good education is all about and concluded that good education helps us grasp concepts in a manner that they stick to our memory so as to […]
In Part3 we learnt as to why it’s critical to structure an education system around curiosity that emanates from the minds of kids. Let’s continue the journey forward. In Part3 I also said that curiosity is learning in itself, without delving too much on this observation of mine. I am sure most of you will think that the presence […]
In Part 1 we concluded that there is something wrong with our education system because of which our kids are not able to learn meaningfully. In Part 2 we defined what good education is and then asked ourselves as to how to impart good education to kids. Let continue the journey. As we discussed in Part 2, the first […]
In Part1 of this series on education we concluded that there is something wrong with our education system because of which our kids are not able to learn meaningfully. Let’s continue the journey. If we conclude that a particular system is wrong, then it naturally means that the system under consideration is delivering something which is not […]
I have heard this many time and I am sure each one of you would have also heard this many time – parents complaining about the fact that they are not happy with the way their kids are taught at schools. Honestly, I hate it for I have a deep attachment to Education. I believe […]
I have heard some of the following statements from people many times whenever I had tried to impress upon them the importance of learning Science for everyone: “I am a finance person and my work involves giving loan to people for their work. How does it make a difference for me if I understand whether […]
A Thought That Makes Us Think…
"The most incomprehensible thing about nature is that it is comprehensible."
- Albert Einstein