"Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.” – E. M. Forster
Hey Readers, I’m a strong believer in the power of challenge-based learning for students! It allows them to ask big questions, explore new ideas and bu…
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Happy Independence Day to all our Indian readers! :) This week’s post comes to us from Sheetal Jain & Mridula Chalamalasetti. An event that is filled w…
Hi Readers, I had my first stint of teaching in 2012 with a shelter home in Bangalore, India. I taught children theatre & photography on two weekends. …
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By Mridula Chalamalasetti and Sheetal Jain conversation starter at a party, Vendors in the train saying "Coffeee, Teaaa", Minute to Win It Challenges, …
There was a time when every restaurant, airline meal, 90s home dining table would have toothpicks on the side. As a child, these toothpicks were obviou…
Hey Readers! Welcome to a whole new avatar of the newsletter. After many issues over the past 46 weeks, I’ve learned a lot about the kinds of reading t…
The promise of game-based learning has existed for decades now. 
One of the most difficult things about learning and education is that it’s never ‘complete’. And there’s no easy score or number, that says you’ve comp…