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This 15-Year Old Genius Boy’s Inventions Are So Good You’ll Be Amazed …..

While most kids his age are hankering after that one extra hour of play, he’s up all night in his lab experimenting and innovating! His hard work and passion have helped him win over 15 awards for various inventions! Let’s meet the young genius and find out what makes him…

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Masha Nazeem: Young Serial Innovator and IGNITE Award Winner

She is a serial innovator and has developed eight very interesting projects including the Flameless Seal Maker, which won her an award in the IGNITE 2009 competition of National Innovation Foundation (NIF). Hailing from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu, Masha is a very soft spoken girl and the favourite of her friends…

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The Innovative Teacher

Lively, inspiring, and very creative, Mrs. Vishnu Priya beautifully blends her strong desire to educate each child with her fascinating innovations. Known for her exciting and engaging activities inside her classroom and her compassion towards those children in need of attention in general, she has touched and transformed many lives. We thank her for opening up and…

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This Team Is Changing The Lives Of Adolescent Girls In Rural India In Just 15 Days

Excerpt: VOICE 4 Girls is giving a new voice to thousands of adolescent girls. Mansa, an adolescent girl who never stepped out of her village, is a different person now. She has not only been rallying against child marriage in her village but has also written a book about the…

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An Award Winning Innovative Research on Emotional Intelligence

Mrs. V. Gowrilakshmi, Principal Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Anna Nagar did the research on “How to improve Emotional Intelligence of the students in a classroom through positive teacher – student relationship”.  The research was under the theme of INNOVATIVE TEACHING OF GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP of the Global Teacher Accreditation project by British Council . She received this award…

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Connecting Classrooms: Exchange between Chennai (TN) and New Castle (UK)

British Council’s Connecting Classrooms Programme serves as an ideal platform for schools to make learning meaningful, engaging and enjoyable – a healthy sharing of ideas and information between schools and cultures that are inherently different yet bound by common goals. This programme has for it’s prime foci, interactive learning and teaching. It brings…

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Minimally Invasive Education is defined as a pedagogic method that uses the learning environment to generate an adequate level of motivation to induce learning in groups of children, with minimal, or no, intervention by a teacher.

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School in the Cloud

Help me design the School in the Cloud, a learning lab in India, where children can explore and learn from each other — using resources and mentoring from the cloud. Hear his inspiring vision for Self Organized Learning Environments (SOLE).

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Education scientist Sugata Mitra tackles one of the greatest problems of education — the best teachers and schools don’t exist where they’re needed the most. In a series of real-life experiments from New Delhi to South Africa to Italy, he gave kids self-supervised access to…

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Three Idiots Multiplied

Aditya Natraj is an exception. An MBA from Insead (France), he believes people need to be familiarised with the issues so they can device solutions. “”Gandhi, Kurien and Swaminathan had a deep understanding of the problems they addressed. To create such leaders again, it is crucial to create an understanding…

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