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Innovative changes in Education sector 2018

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Innovative changes in Education sector 2018

We need constant change always in life even in Education too.  Education is benefitting from trends across sectors from the integration of technology to making hard sciences a more creative. Its the  process to encourage innovation. Though,this year the authority is going to mark with more innovation in education sector .


Our children who using Google for a research project is no longer a luxury but the norm.  While the debate on how to use the technology is still on, it is no longer avoidable. Digital citizenship is going to become a crucial aspect of an educational curriculum. As it provides a safe opportunity for students to question, discuss and consider safe and appropriate use of technology. Digital citizenship is about providing the students with the tools and knowledge to make the right decisions.  Parents and schools have limited control over how students partake in social media. Hence

Educating students on why and how to create a positive digital footprint .They are proud of is essential to any educational curriculum.


Creating this shift helps students see science in everything that we do.

Be it to think about mathematical proportions when making pancakes to using different measurements for ingredients.

Also time for measuring beats in music or even working on projects in English, social studies and science.


A crucial element in learning is that children should not be told that they’re way of thinking is wrong.

Instead encourage them to build on further insights in a positive way.

This technique is in the line of the socratic way of questioning and must be implemented in education .

It as much as possible to encourage critical thinking, especially while introducing a new concept.

Hands-on activities help make academics more tangible for students and becomes a bridge to abstract thinking.

Using interactive games in class, both on and off-line reinforces concepts and gets children out of their seats and moving.

Encouraging team work helps develop communication and problem solving skills in a cooperative way.

And it  provides children the opportunity to present their solutions in their own way, while receiving feedback from other class members.


In the digital age, parent engagement with the school and their children will become more digitised.

Parents will be able to receive communication from their school and individual teachers on the progress

It made by students and know where to provide assistance.


A maker space provides hands-on, creative ways to encourage students to design, experiment, build and invent as they deeply engage in science, engineering and tinkering.A maker space takes collaborative elements from a science lab, crafts corner, computer lab or an art room to create something of an impact.

Traditional interactive whiteboards are becoming harder to scale or costly to replace, whereas SMTs are turning to more future-proof, upgradeable technologies.

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