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Broadstreaming, not Mainstreaming

‘Broadstreaming, not Mainstreaming’ – An Approach towards Solutions for Inclusive Development was delivered at XLRI, Jamshedpur as inaugural address in the conference on ‘Solutions to Inclusive Development’ on January 29, 2010. Download the presentation. Broadstreaming, Not Mainstreaming    

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Dining Time Interaction

(Excerpt from the book Creative Learning by Vijoy Prakash) Dining time is another great occasion for learning. Dining together in a family situation is helpful not only in binding the family together, it helps in understanding likes and dislikes of family members also. It is also useful in effecting emotional closeness among family members. Traditionally, […]

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Learning through games

The article Learning through games by Vijoy Prakash was published in Student Corner in Jagran Yahoo. There are many games you play in your due course of activities. But have you ever thought about learning with games? For example, there are many children love playing cricket. Is it possible to learn from Cricket? Let us see… In […]

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Why children do not perform well?

When children do not get good grades in any subject or are not able to perform up to our expectation, we often chide and goad them to work harder in the subject. Is it the right way to assess and motivate the child? Experiences at School of Creative Learning have shown that the issue of […]

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A short note on the Theory of Multiple Intelligence

There has been wide divergence among psychologists about the nature of role of intelligence in learning processes. Earlier intelligence quotient was taken be the real measure of one’s intelligence. But, now there is another development in the field of learning, which has far reaching implication for educational field. In 1983, Dr. Howard Gardner1, a psychologist […]

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