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SBI PO – Last minute English tips

English Preparation : Read: Read more, let it be news article, previous question paper Reading comprehension, or even blogs. Analyse: Analyse the content that you have read. Try to understand the Main idea, tone, views of the author. Practice: Try... Continue Reading →

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Microlearning: A Closer Look at Bite-sized Learning

Microlearning (a.k.a. micro learning or micro-learning) is an emergent learning strategy known for quickly closing skill and knowledge gaps. It seems to be an ideal instructional approach for many situations because: Information changes quickly People find it difficult to keep... Continue Reading →

Flipped Learning & Ed-tech tools

Higher education has been pressured to shift towards more flexible, effective, active, and student-centered teaching strategies that mitigate the limitations of traditional transmittal models of education. Lately, the flipped classroom model has been suggested to support this transition. However, research... Continue Reading →

Why E-Learning?

E-learning is hot. And for good reason. If done right, it can produce great results by decreasing costs and improving performance. Also, unlike a one time classroom session, the e-learning course is available for others.  This includes the static e-learning... Continue Reading →

Time management – An Importance

We’ve all must have heard about time management and its importance. Every time we listen to it, we want to implement it in our daily life, but what happens? Most of us, are still not able to continue it for... Continue Reading →

The Book As An Interactive Device To Understand Today’s Educational Technology

The traditional media used in education has at least one major Achilles heel. No matter how well produced and instructional the content may be, the learning experience is primarily passive and the extent to which learners can control the flow... Continue Reading →

Building Curiosity : How and Why?

Of the many “habits of mind” that students need to develop in a 21st century world, one of the least developed is curiosity. Curiosity becomes an important attribute in a 21st century where uncertainty and rapid change is the rule,... Continue Reading →

Mind Mapping

A mind map is defined  as “a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central keyword or idea.” A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole. Educators and... Continue Reading →

Adapting to Adaptive Learning

In the present scenario of teaching, the biggest challenge which the teachers face is that they are unable to know that to what extent they must go so that their students are benefitted the most. This situation may also arise... Continue Reading →

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