The Hindu – Digital literacy for government school students

Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) along with IL&FS Education is carrying out the digital literacy programme for class 8 and 9 students. These students would be trained in digital literacy as part of the 16-hour training. Aspects such as computer basics, awareness on internet, creating e-mail, carrying out cashless transactions, google maps and search engines would be covered in the training.

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BW Education – Feeding Two Sides With One Byte

A plethora of English Apps are now available on the cloud. A smart phone, an internet connection and a quick download later (often for free); a person can dive into learning to speak English. However, very often, this does not solve the problem.

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The Hindu – Blended Learning is Here

Interactions are vital; interactions with a teacher, classmates, and application of the language in day-to-day situations are vital for learning of a language effectively. So, besides grammar, enunciation, pronunciation, structure of sentences, vocabulary, what is crucial is to shed one’s inhibitions and apply the learnt elements of the language.

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Face to Face with Sanjay Gupta

Sanjay Gupta, the Chief Executive Officer of English Helper, is committed to the democratic vision for education. A prolific writer, he is a trustee at, ‘Udayan Care’ as well as on the Board of, ‘The School of Inspired Leadership’ among others. Sanjay is also a guest faculty at Duke University’s Executive Education Program.

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Newsletter – Edvantage April – June 2019

Education must not be driven by a dogmatic set of values and practices. It needs to be directed by a clear-sighted vision that ‘senses the future’ trend by taking due cognizance of the emerging needs, risks, opportunities and uncertainties. Edu- Tech for...

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Blogs-Publications – Newsletter – Edvantage – September 2018

Why is learning a language important? We all know the answer. This skill, when acquired, opens a plethora of opportunities, be it in the personal or professional domain. A language is not just learning how to read, write, listen and speak, in whatever order, but to understand the culture that the language stems from. One of the most common languages, English, has seen a paradigm shift in teaching and learning experiences over the years.

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