Universally, English is considered to be an important language because of its use in the workplace. When students step into CBSE Class 8, they enter an important milestone in their journey of learning. English becomes one of the essential subjects that parents would want their children to learn not only
NCERT or the National Council of Educational Research and Training, is an independent organization that was set up by the Government of India in 1961. It is a facility that assists and advises Central and State governments on policies for quality of material in school education. NCERT undertakes, promotes and
In this modern world where almost everyone communicates in English, it is important for students to be well versed in the language. It is necessary for students to have a strong command so they can perform better in their professional careers. Another benefit of English is that it is a
Class 8 is an important grade in a student’s schooling journey. It helps to build foundations for higher classes to follow in subsequent years. So to have a good understanding of concepts taught across all subjects in this grade is very important. Since regular school classes have some limitations due
Secondary Education (Grades 9 to 10) is an important stage in a student’s life. It is a time when their schooling experience witnesses a rapid change in the level of studies. An upward shift in the introduction of new concepts and subjects, results in an overall increase in the level
While many applications in the domain of e-commerce like payments gateways etc. have managed to achieve inclusion through introducing languages, edtech apps have a lot of catching up to do International Mother Language Day has been observedon21stFebruary since 2000to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The theme of this
So, how has learning changed over the years? From our experiences itself, a plethora of ready responses would pop-up. Truly, this question doesn’t need much research, as we bear witness to this ‘phenomenon’, and the gamut of changes it has brought about in the ways taught, and the ways learnt.
Over the past decade, there has been a transition in teaching methods from traditional learning to conceptual understanding through digital learning, or blended learning. Why the need for the transition is the obvious question that comes to mind? Perhaps because of the fact that the plain chalk-and-talk method, carried out