Editorial Team

Bridging The Gap – Strategies to enable efficiency in online learning for students with special needs.

The 2020 pandemic forced the world into isolation. Physical contact meant an increase in the chances of infection resulting in most of the operations to be shifted into a virtual medium. Schools also had to convert all of their classes into a digital medium. While adapting into this change is difficult for most children, for …

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Teacher’s – Let’s Take a Break!

“Subject planning, grading, quizzing, creating lesson plans, online assessments, communicating with parents, answering questions at all kinds of odd hours, attending meetings,” the list could go on… The 2020 pandemic has tumbled the world over and only those who have sustained the fall, survived. Along with our frontline health workers, you, our teachers have also …

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Which Way To Go?

The unprecedented emergency of a worldwide outbreak called for many unexpected and sudden changes. While the work culture shifted online, the education sector shifted online as well. The colleges and the campuses were not prepared for such prolonged closures. The students as well as the campuses had different challenges going forward. On one hand, where …

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Success Story of Using Differentiated Instruction in Remedial Therapy

  Student Aditya (name changed) came to Drishti in Grade 10 diagnosed with LD (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia. His previous progress reports indicated poor performance in his curriculum subjects. The student was facing difficulties in coping with the academic curriculum. He also exhibited behavioral difficulties (hyperactivity, impulsivity, distractibility, poor concentration, and inattention) when he came …

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