There is a simmering difference between performance and potential in all sectors, more so in education space. The essence of bridging this gap lies in the fact that teachers and students centralize their attention on core strengths. Discover the keys which make you steadily move up in life and career. Bizarre as it may sound, fish out that notepad now and make a list of things you enjoy doing. But don’t forget to pay attention to the following eight-precepts.
Role of a teacher as mentor is indubitable; however, it needs to be re-enforced emphatically to achieve greater good. Learning the art of mentoring can go a long way in enhancing outcome.
Over the next 5 years, education per se will see seismic shift, right from what a degree really means to how the degree is earned. It is high time that educational outcome is redefined and looked at from the prism of 5 big changes.
A lot has been written and said about gurus on the occasion of Guru Purnima* day. From teaching-learning perspective in higher education, what would a guru like the shishya to be? Three blessings from guru would make a student what it would take them to be and also improve the teaching-learning in higher education.
Weariness is the biggest danger deterring learning of students. There is a lot we can learn to overcome this ‘hurdle in learning’ through our experience as a teacher and, of course, Kolb’s description of learning style.
Faculty must learn to differentiate course syllabus into Vital, Essential, and Desirable (VED) for maximizing gains out of their time-bound teaching engagement.
Informal learning is quite often neglected; however, it can play a crucial role in strengthening formal learning.