Schools are gradually returning to a state of near-normalcy by gradually reopening their doors to pupils in a phased, socially distant, and sanitised fashion. The emotional, social, and intellectual obstacles of today's online, on-screen study style must not be underestimated. Read more:
Upskilling and reskilling are the two important factors of talent development in any field. Here's how these can be practised during education:
It is essential to evaluate not just theoretical knowledge but also employability and personality skills in students. Read more about the skills and how they can be evaluated here:
Standardised testing and learning approaches although being important, can reduce a teacher’s ability to be creative in the classroom. Also, standardised testing is not always accurate to measure student’s learning. Read more:
Developing communicative and collaborative skills have become a critical need for modern students. The importance of social-emotional learning is not only beneficial in education, but for the future too.