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Schooling Them Differently

"It is widely accepted that children are visual learners. Almost 75 per cent of children's learning is through what they see. India needs to transform the education system using technology to bring in conceptual and personalised learning."

Technology led innovations have disrupted every industry. From automobiles, homes to retail we have witnessed drastic changes in how technology modernised these industries to cater to the evolving needs of people. Rise of Internet usage and adoption of smartphones have changed the accessibility landscape, too. From fingerprint sensors becoming accessible to masses through smart phones, to NASA manufacturing the first object ever 3D printed in space, the evidence of change is all around us. However, education has witnessed very less change we continue to teach our children the way we did over a century ago. The learning ecosystem still focusses on marks

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