Do you remember how you were as a kid? The random excitement over seemingly trivial things? Do you remember how you did things just for the fun of it? A game, a drawing, a song, just about anything. The outcome didn’t have to be perfect. There didn’t even have to be an outcome for all… Continue reading Get off my cloud!
I recently came across a very interesting analogy in a discussion between esteemed educator Sir Kenneth Robinson and mystic Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev. (Check out the full discussion here) Sir Kenneth Robinson says that modern education is very much like the industrialization of agriculture. The main focus there was to increase crop output through artificial enhancers… Continue reading Humanizing education
It is time educators look at education in schools for what it truly is - a key stop over in an individual's journey towards the highest realization where he/she picks up very essential tools with which they build the world of tomorrow. It is therefore our choices today that decide whether what we see tomorrow… Continue reading Palaces of Love and Unity
I vaguely remember being explained the concept of a “two-wheel” and “four-wheel” drive in the past. And if I were to be totally honest, probably had it explained to me more than once even. But it was not until recently that I understood this highly simple concept in a way which will let it stay… Continue reading How we learn