I am still in the process of defining what education is to me. But, I do know what it isn’t! There are ongoing attempts at resolving the conundrum called education…
Tons of practical tools and resources for reflective learning in the book “The Reflective Learner” -an enduring tool for learning to draw inspiration from mistakes.
Gijubhai Badheka introduced and incorporated teaching tools that we need today- over a hundred years ago from a small town in India.
The ‘Acting Kindly @School’ card games provide an amazing opportunity for young people to step out of their normal roles and learn empathy and kindness.
BusyWings reinforces the tradition of orally passing on Carnatic Music from the Guru to the Shishya through a music-themed quiet book.
Anthill Creations is revitalizing living spaces by building back play through functional, low-cost, quick playscapes for kids.
The Soul Proprietorship initiative brings a source of renewed energy and celebration for single parents providing meaning and support to each other’s journeys.
Millennials continue to the be most willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings, with generation Z not far behind. Here are 12 sustainable lifestyle ideas that might well become the staple in our children’s lives- much like smartphones and social media have become in ours.
From tips on bonding to learning the value of effort, from hitting it up with neighbours to sharing the love with pets, this holiday to-do list for parents has it all covered adorably!
Through our experience of interacting with children in schools, we realized that the civic curriculum in most schools often puts off young minds from understanding the laws and rights better. Lawtoons was a fun way to make law simple for kids.
While writing and publishing a book is still a dream for many well-accomplished adults, one woman has made it incredibly easy even for children to put their imagination out into the world.
If there’s one thing that has changed for children and parents of the current generation, there’s likely a definitive answer – it’s technology. The biggest concern with the inundation of technology in our lives is …