Tips and Tricks to Remember Formulas

May 29

During preparations, working through hundreds of problems can be unmercifully tedious. Therefore, we bring you some suggestions that will help ease the exhaustive process of remembering formulas. Use diagrams to understand formulas. Example- Two dices are rolled. What is the probability of getting a sum of 2, 3...

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Prominence of Curriculum: An Outline

Dec 27

“If we teach today as we taught yesterday, then we rob our children of tomorrow” I’m always struck with wonder and amazement at the sight of students (from primary to PhD level) engaging and making money out of something of their interest outside the four dim walls of their classrooms. Growing popularity of...

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The Main Use Of A Translator

Nov 24

The Main Use Of A Translator

A translator is often seen as a guide when you go on a vacation. You can see them, translating languages to their particular customers. But today translators are also used in different offices and services. The pace of economic migration is increasing day by day in the global economy and the voice of the people across...

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The Power of Non Verbal: How Your Body Language Can Bring Learning to the Class

Sep 12

We are continually communicating, verbally and non-verbally. Non-verbal communication is through body language, which is a skill we need to take advantage of, learn, practice, and master. Even when we may not be speaking, we are always communicating with our bodies and fifty percent of all our communication is...

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Tips to ensure that the grades don’t affect a student’s learning

Sep 12

Let’s get this thing right out the gate. Grades can be useful in contained scenarios. But in modern education, grades are seen as a benchmark for a student’s learning capabilities. The result, an emotional and motivational demoralization of the student. This often has an adverse effect on a student’s learning So...

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