Education is dying, and I am letting it die.

When I think of my education, I think 3 things made it worthwhile for me: Teachers who gave me space to learn at my own pace Curriculum (NCERT)that aroused curiosity and provided means to satisfy it Mentors and guides who taught without teaching - teachers, parents, seniors, friends, well-wishers When I look at my child's education, I find …

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स्वर गान

अ से अनार, आ से आम, अपना तो है पढ़ना काम। छोटी इ से इमली, बड़ी ई से ईख, मुन्ने राजा कुछ तो सीख। छोटा उ से उल्लू, बड़ा ऊ से ऊन, दिन में सूरज, रात में मून। ए से एड़ी, ऐ से ऐनक, ओ से ओखली, औ से औरत। अं से अंगूर, अः से …

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Some tips about implementing e-learning initiatives

Recently, I commented on this topic for someone, and that made me look around for some help, couldn't find any canned (and free!) listing of things to do/avoid during implementing e-learning initiatives in a developing country like India which has low bandwidth availability, large number of languages to be supported, and in general a low availability …

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Collecting the list of organizations involved with education

Here is a list of major organizations in this area, do let me know if there are others I should add here: http://www.wiproapplyingthoughtinschools.com/ - Azim Premji Foundation's work with education. http://www.pratham.org/ - Pratham works in the area of education. http://www.aksharafoundation.org/about_us.html - Akshara foundation, Banglore-based, involved in primary education, is a part of Pratham Education Initiative. http://www.smilefoundationindia.org/aboutus.htm - Smile foundation, involved …

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