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Powered by AWS and Amazon Alexa Students and teachers at Sri Kanchi Sankara Vidyalaya in Thiruvidaimarudur, a village near Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu, have been learning the basics of spoken English with Tara, an interactive, AI-enabled natural language voice recognition tool. The brainchild of Learning Matters, an award-winning education technology startup headquartered in Bangalore, India,
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How to become a successful entrepreneur
‘Being your own boss’ is an ultimate career goal for many. As amazing as it sounds, it’s certainly no cake walk! The word most synonymous with ‘entrepreneurs’ is ‘millennials’ as the millennials are the most entrepreneurial generation. The editor of MiLLENNiAL Magazine, Britt Hysen, claims that 60 percent of millennials consider themselves entrepreneurs and 90
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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) encompasses a vast array of subjects. STEM education focuses on improving how students comprehend and apply scientific concepts in their lives through project-based learning in the classroom. The projects and activities incorporate technology to emphasize the application of science and prepare students for future classes.The National Science Foundation maintains
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5 ways online teaching should be different from face-to-face teaching
The concept of traditional education has changed radically in 2020 due to the pandemic. Now with the rise of various ed-tech learning solutions, being physically present in a classroom isn’t a requirement for learning anymore! Pandemic or not, it’s safe to say that online teaching is here to stay as a full-time or some kind
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The pandemic-led pivot to online learning hasn’t been easy on teachers or students. While students went from sitting in classrooms to being confined at home and learning online, teachers have had to figure out how to teach remotely and get accustomed to teaching online. Even though online teaching and learning began with trepidation, the current
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