Although India has made strides in the education of girls, performance and participation of women in stem are still a challenge. An examination of International Benchmark Test data show performance disparities in mathematics and science between girls and boys grow as students proceed from primary to secondary level. Abha Bhagat and R Vijayaraghavan report.
Teacher engagement is an emerging topic in school education but what does it mean and what can schools do to increase teacher motivation? Jeny Raphael draws from her teaching experience and research to discuss the issue.
Teachers and other educators can play an important role in helping young people to realise their ambitions and to hone their leadership skills. Amy Lightfoot explains how.
Co-opting parents in the education of their children can help schools in many ways. Ashok Pandey shares five strategies schools can implement to ensure optimum parental collaboration.
Communication is an art and it is essential to learn the right way of communicating so that the correct message is conveyed. Dr Rashida H Kapadia discusses why communicating well is important for a teacher.
Many classrooms across the globe have learners coming from different language backgrounds. In this article, Amy Lightfoot discusses multilingual approaches that teachers can use within the classroom set-up.
In this article, Ashok Pandey shares insights from a school-based research study that examined critical questions on schooling in the pandemic and beyond.
‘The use of AI in education has grown significantly during the current pandemic. However, evidence on the impact of AI on learning in the long term and across different settings remains scarce.’ In this article, Jyoti Sharma discusses the use of artificial intelligence in educational contexts.
‘The mismanagement of non-biodegradable waste has affected ecosystems of Indian villages in various ways.’ In this article, Suresh Joshi and Harleen Singh discuss a student-led sustainability program that can be implemented by schools.
In this article, Dr Amrita Vohra, Education Director of GEMS India and Executive Principal of GEMS International School, Gurgaon, discusses opportunities and challenges to providing inclusive learning environments that allow all students to make satisfactory learning progress.