#EducationIsChanging Webinar Series
First, there was COVID. Children did not have school. There were no exams. Then there are online classes. Some have longer class hours than regular schools. Some have just an hour of school. Many have chosen to homeschool. We are not yet sure when schools are going to re-open. Then the New Education Policy has been announced. The class structure is going to change. More focus on experiential learning, literacy than rote learning. Thirdly, there is so much happening in the Ed-Tech industry. Every day, some new innovation is happening.
All in all, the education landscape is changing. It is not going back to the way it was. The objective of the #EducationIsChanging is to help parents, educators and schools understand and navigate this changing environment
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Self education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is .-Isaac Asimov
Self-learning has emerged as the best tool to ensure continuous learning in these times. Our idea of ‘school’ is being challenged. More and more children are learning at home. Parents are looking to make this learning process effective and useful for their children.
Alternative approaches to learning have always existed. Now they are becoming more mainstream. There is support from the community, organizations and the government to ensure children are learning according to their age, interests, and ability.
This webinar explores questions on out of school learning
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Indraa Raju (Founder and Parent) is a passionate visionary with a dream to create a place of joy and a centre of excellence for children .Her son became the inspiration in bringing about a change to the education system ,she has herself grown as a mature human ,understanding the philosophies and deeper connect to the human kind . Her deep explorations and engagements with alternative forms of schooling have now manifested as Abheek – an ever-evolving space that invites students, educators and parents to participate in the act of living, learning and sharing.
Head of Facilitation,
Cilre Learning Spaces
A perfectionist, a multi-tasker and a speed-reader with a photographic memory- Aparna possesses super human abilities when it comes to finishing a task and she puts it to good use by being an all-rounder for Cilre. Her attention to detail and immaculate planning enables us to conduct our workshops with precision and ease.