Unknowingly… very very unknowingly we utter whole sentences with all the best intentions, only for it to backfire. Words are a very crucial part of communicating and while we would go insane trying to be aware of every single word we utter, we still need to be mindful when we are talking about the big… Continue reading The Impact Of Words On Gender Equality
‘Just Peachy’, Facebook thought and woke up in the morning. Like a well-mannered person Facebook wished everyone a superb good morning and since Facebook was feeling especially poetic this morning, Facebook wished with a heartfelt quote on how to treat the day ahead. Some friends liked this zest for the morning and others loved the… Continue reading Hello Facebook. How Are You Today?
In an international standardized measurement in 2001, Finnish children came top or very close to the top for science, reading and mathematics. Finland attributes this success to : Finnish children do not start school until they are 7 and rarely take exams or homework until they are well into their teens.* The idea is that… Continue reading Why Are INDIAN Students Coming LAST In Math, Science And Reading?
“I only play in school. I do not study in the school” Our resident loudmouth – Peanut, responded with his biggest cheeky smile possible, when asked ‘How’s your new school?” After he had said this to a couple of our family and friends and after we – the parents, had received shock (from mainly friends)… Continue reading I Only Play In School. I Do Not Study In The School
As we had recently moved cities, the father and me had one important agenda – to find a good school for our very different children.We wanted a school that could (somehow?!) do justice to both our children – my last post( Click here to read -She sees all! He knows all! But do the Schools appreciate any?)… Continue reading Our Tryst With Schools – Admission Circles And A Whole Lot Of Crosses
Buttercup is a whole lot of things sweet and spicy and each enchant and surprise us, but one that is becoming remarkable is her observation powers. For a 4.5 year old girl she’s a smart little cookie in that department. There are just so many different kinds of intelligence and as evident from my 2… Continue reading She sees all! He knows all! But do the Schools appreciate any?
“Where’s my doggie? I had left him here but I cant find him. This is such a mystery.” and many such exclamations were made by 4 year old Buttercup on her way to bed. The fact that we had somehow been successful in getting her to head to bed was now lost. Bed time was… Continue reading The mystery of the missing dog