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Posts by: Learning Matters

Much has been debated and dissected about the challenges teachers face with the tectonic shift to online classrooms (Plug alert: read my article in The Hindu ‘Teaching in the time of Covid-19‘). Even more is being hotly debated about how to do online classrooms right by the children. I ask – and what about the

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Virtual Classroom
hr#vc_separator_1 { border-color: #888; margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 30px; border-style: ; border-width: px; } The world as we know it changed in the blink of an eyelid. Overnight, schools closed, (most) students were liberated from schools (but now confined at homes), and parents had to grapple with keeping children productive at home. In all the stress
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Learning Matters and Trishikha Rao, intern The rural population constitutes a very large part, approximately 66.46%, of our country’s population. However, the larger part of this segment does not have access to good education. If our majority does not receive basic education, how then can we possibly expect our country to be on par at
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Authored by Learning Matters and Shruthi Sharma, marketing intern Why do videos captivate us? Why are we unable to tear our eyes off videos on social media? Because videos are entertaining, informative and crisp. Research shows that we process information better when we receive inputs from more than one sense. Using multiple senses to receive
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Authored by Ramamoorthy G, co-founder & CEO Introduction Who holds the patents or copyrights for the following equations or statements? 2 + 3 = 5 Gravity is the force by which a planet or other body draws objects toward its centre. Sodium and chlorine react to form sodium chloride. The answer is obvious. No one. Now
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