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Social Emotional Learning

by Fortuna Seva-Casiller As a teacher, how do we connect with our learners? Do we understand them? These are things that an educator should ask themselves. Why? Having a good connection leads to a better understanding of the learners’ differences. Part of these individual differences includes physical, emotional, social, spiritual, […]

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Paradigm Shift

by Anjana Subramanian Have you observed a paradigm shift in today’s world? Whether it is shaking up the normal 9-5 office schedule, introducing new forms of digital currency into the market, or technological or regulatory changes. Schools and Colleges have shifted to a hybrid model of learning which includes online […]

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Capital and English Language

by Pradip Kumar Nath  There is a close relation between language and capital as capital is a social relation of production. Without a ‘language’, capital is unable to expand. It is from around 1600 we see the rise of England, and subsequently the gradual unfolding of the English Language as […]

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Toy ‘Cult’ure

By Sakhi Thirani A comfort, a stimulus, an amusement, a means to learn– a toy provides a child with an experience that sustains way beyond the mere realms of stale memory. “Being there for a child is the noblest thing a toy can do,” Woody had stated throughout the course of Toy […]

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Musings

by Swati Moheet Agrawal I would like to be in so many places. I would like to be traveling and vagabonding. I would like to write in a quaint café in Montparnasse. I would like to get lost in books at Shakespeare and Company. Like Proust, I would like to […]

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A Ghost of Love Letter

by Pragya Suman There are so many presumptions and misconceptions that have been weaved around the triangle of Lord Mountbatten, his wife Edwina, and Indian Prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Flames always leaped up time and again out of the ash. This week, it again happened, a first-tier tribunal ( information […]

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Man’s Search For Meaning

By Swati Moheet Agrawal A man who becomes conscious of the responsibility he bears towards a human being who affectionately waits for him, or to an unfinished work, will never be able to throw away his life. He knows the “why” for his existence and will be able to bear […]

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The Earth Day

by Rajesh Sharma ‘Lalit’ Science is not making us convenient, It is taking us away from our lifestyle to be dependent upon it. So that we become used to it and become a slave to it. It’s giving us more harm than an advantage. It is making us lazy. Physical […]