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The current one-size-fits-all model of education has lost its function

As companies across multiple domains embrace change as the new constant, players in the education space are following suit. In our opinion section, we weigh in on some of the most promising trends emerging in the education sector and talk about why companies must keep a close tab on them to remain relevant in a learner-driven ecosystem. In this blog post, let us take a look at what is fueling the popularity of personalized learning.

"Effective teaching is exceedingly difficult to deliver virtually"

Senior Lecturer at the Westminster School of Media and Communication at the University of Westminster, Aasiya Lodhi, talks about coping with COVID19.

Chaos, Creativity and Calm: Online Learning in Times of COVID

Although the move to incorporating more online learning in college classrooms has been a topic of discussion for some years now, Shoma Chakrwarty, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, Mumbai never imagined it would land up on her doorstep the way it did during the lockdown.

Are you ready for a lifetime of learning?

With closures in 188+ countries last year that impacted over 90% of the world’s student population, education has been changed forever. What does that mean for the degree? Here are a few salient thoughts.

'Most of the impediments to online learning are socio-economic… I don't see a quick tech fix for those'

Is online learning everything it’s cracked up to be? That is the question academics and students are still responding to globally. Ashoka University’s Mandakini Dubey weighs in.

How to Foster Creative Thinking in Online Classrooms

How are students coping with the shift to digital? Will campus-based learning become irrelevant? Do educators still matter? Dr. Belliappa weighs in on important questions raised by the pandemic.

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Education

The application of AI in education and learning will increase by 47.5 percent by 2021, according to a study. What does that mean for academics?

Inclusive learning technologies can improve access to education

When COVID19 mandated the use of technology in classrooms across the globe – it exposed the digital divide. Access remained as large a question mark as ever. But there is hope. Inclusive learning technologies designed for children with specific needs may play a crucial role in improving access.

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