Foundations of Learning By Charanya KumarEducation ChallengesALL Posts, Best Practices, Education Challenges, Education for Future, Experiential Learning, Learning and me, New Posts +2 We now have a generation that reads headlines and jumps to incomplete judgments about the new… MORE Religion in Education By Arya KSEducation, Education and SocietyALL Posts, Character, Community, History and Culture, New Posts +2 Education enables the pupil to see religion from an ethical point of view and accept the senti… MORE Ambiguity begets Clarity By Charanya KumarEducation for FutureALL Posts, Best Practices, Character, Co-create, Experiential Learning, Holistic Education, Pedagogy +1 The students grow up to become young adults who are comfortable in predictable situations, b… MORE The Questions You Don’t Ask By Ian TymmsTeachersALL Posts, Character, Education Challenges, Education for Future, Holistic Education, Self Awareness, Teaching and Me +2 “What are you as a teacher doing to build my daughter’s confidence and resilien… MORE DIY Learning By Ajit Ashutosh KalleEducation for FutureALL Posts, Best Practices, Co-create, Creativity, Curriculum, Education Challenges, Pedagogy +1 “The ‘A for Apple’ framework in which our education system is entrenched in (even in hi… MORE EdTech – Solution or the Problem? By Charanya KumarEducation ChallengesALL Posts, Best Practices, Education for Future, Education Technology, Learning and me, Pedagogy, Teachers +1 With increasing use of technology, are we killing our children’s ability to imagine and come … MORE Through the Looking Glass – Crippling them young! By Madhava C KurupEducation ChallengesALL Posts, Classroom Voices, Education Challenges, Experiential Learning, Learning and me, Teachers +2 “We keep complaining about the dearth of entrepreneurial talent and lack of creativi… MORE Learnings from a dictionary By Dr. Vasudevan NamboodiriEducation for FutureALL Posts, Best Practices, Education for Future, Education Technology, Experiential Learning, History of Ideas, Holistic Education, Teaching and Me +1 Many things we learn may not be relevant by the time we gain mastery over them. However l… MORE The Conundrum of Perception and Perspectives By Michael ChandyEducation ChallengesALL Posts, Education for Future, Experiential Learning, Holistic Education 0 “That bullet is coming towards me, let me dodge,” said the ‘Iron Hand’ illusionist, in one of th… MORE The Information Jungle By Sankar MEducation ChallengesALL Posts, Education for Future, Learning Content 0 “Learning is not what it used to be..” – if you hear someone lamenting thus, it is easy to b… MORE Did you say Education..? By Silver PiEducationALL Posts, Best Practices, Education Challenges, Education for Future 0 For a society, education is the means of initiating its young into adulthood. This involves pr… MORE Teachers and the Pandemic By Susheela MenonTeachersALL Posts, Best Practices, Education Challenges, Teaching and Me 0 No educational system can stand without its teachers — be it the group that goes door to door tea… MORE About Author Susheela MenonSusheela lives and works in Singapore. She has taught Creative Writing to primary school children for several years, and attempted online teaching amidst Covid chaos.