I had earlier posted about how developing countries are shifting towards online learning. Little did I think that are educational institutes updating their physical infrastructure at that rapid rate? Never would I thought that access to internet would be a problem faced by the students in the United States … well … now their learning […]
One more infographic to share here … it’s interesting to note how pedagogy is changing and how certain education systems (US in this case) are able to adapt faster to this.
Does the rising cost of higher education defend the increase in demand and the burgeoning fees that parents have to shell out these days.
Recently I read a great article about how a well renowned web designer who was getting top chops from the major brands in the world to work for them was getting denied by most of the schools in that area, not because of lack of any skills but due to his lack of having a […]
As a CTO of EduPristine, let me explain to you why we chose to stick to using Moodle for delivering our Video based courses to an international audience.
When I first heard of KhanAcademy (KA), it was a collection of Youtube videos. Each video was lucidly explaining simply fundamental topics in Maths, Science and even some in Finance. That was back in 2002 when Salman Khan (no, not the actor) was doing these videos in his free time and was giving them away […]
Anasuya is two years old, and it was time for us to get her admitted into a good nursery for her schooling. Little did I know the amount of efforts, planning and arm-twisting that is required for acquiring admission for your ward! Prelude Being a student of Ramabai Paranjpe nursery, I naturally assumed that by […]