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The indian education landscape has witnessed significant changes in the mild nausea in the morning not pregnant past few years. While education for all is a key priority across all mild nausea in the morning not pregnant government mandates, this sector has also received significant support and funding from mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the private sector. The education commentary itself, in the last decade or so, has steered towards quality and impact with technology playing a mild nausea in the morning not pregnant significant role in shaping the methods of teaching, learning and assessments of the future – all of this augurs well for our younger generations, especially those who are part of the K12 system.

However, the dichotomy of india’s education landscape is sometimes hard to comprehend even for mild nausea in the morning not pregnant those who have a longstanding association with this sector. While technology has spurred the uptake of online and digital mild nausea in the morning not pregnant applications and smart devices in various parts of the country, there are large areas still in need of a decent mild nausea in the morning not pregnant brick and mortar education infrastructure capable of delivering and sustaining mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the ‘chalk and talk’ education model. The india vs bharat paradigm is often cited to explain mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the diversity in our country. It is therefore imperative that solutions in our country are mild nausea in the morning not pregnant bespoke and not mass-produced ‘one size fits all’.

The current K-12 school system in india is one of the largest mild nausea in the morning not pregnant in the world with more than 1.5 million schools with 260+ million students’ enrolled. Barring a small fraction of these schools, all others follow a fairly uniform pedagogy with print books mild nausea in the morning not pregnant at the center of the learning system. This is true for even the private schools that account mild nausea in the morning not pregnant for about 26 per cent share of schools in total. (source: technopak june 2017 report).

In the last decade or so, given the proliferation of technology in nearly every sphere of mild nausea in the morning not pregnant life, a growing segment of (mainly private) schools have adopted ‘digital’ in some form or the other – from encouraging usage of tablets in classrooms, to setting up of electronic boards, to creating full-scale ICT infrastructure – schools have done it all. Online service providers have been engaged to provide audio-visual content, assessment solutions and create online content repositories. However, while these measures were initiated with the right intention, they may not have necessarily done enough to improve educational mild nausea in the morning not pregnant outcomes. As per the 13th annual status of education report (ASER-rural) 2018, which checks students’ competency, 15.7 per cent children in grade III cannot even recognize mild nausea in the morning not pregnant letters. Only 50.3% of all students in class V can read texts meant mild nausea in the morning not pregnant for class II students.

Print content, being a largely non-interactive medium, has its own limitations – the onus of making it come alive rests mainly with mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the teacher. Besides, a curriculum restricted to ‘only print books’ can sometimes limit the ability to create an engaging environment. This obviously does not imply random application of digital in mild nausea in the morning not pregnant education – it calls for the application of curriculum and pedagogically aligned mild nausea in the morning not pregnant digital and print content that meets the needs of teachers mild nausea in the morning not pregnant and learners alike.

Integrated learning solutions seamlessly combine print and digital content and mild nausea in the morning not pregnant delivery to not just create a consistent learning environment for mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the student but also for the teacher and the parent. A print textbook aligned to audio-visual content for a digital board and mapped to an mild nausea in the morning not pregnant online assessment framework is an intelligent solution that is better mild nausea in the morning not pregnant placed to deliver improved learning outcomes.

Online teacher resources, test generators, class performance analysis, automated reports for parents accessible through mobile apps are easy mild nausea in the morning not pregnant inventions of technology that an integrated learning solution bundles with mild nausea in the morning not pregnant print books. While digital-only solutions restrict the role of a teacher to a mild nausea in the morning not pregnant facilitator, integrated learning solutions offer teaching resources and other aids that mild nausea in the morning not pregnant allow teachers to emerge as knowledge beacons who work with mild nausea in the morning not pregnant the students to create an engaging learning environment.

An integrated approach also makes it possible to do justice mild nausea in the morning not pregnant to the concept of inter-disciplinary teaching. Digital resources and textbooks can be woven into a much mild nausea in the morning not pregnant more effective learning experience across subjects, giving children more holistic learning experience. In the current education landscape, integrated learning solutions do seem like the ‘future’ of school education in india.

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