Monthly Archives: August 2017

How the science of learning can get the best out of edtech

Creativity is facing a slow death as the Indian educational system emphasizes rigorously on rote learning rather than critical thinking and problem solving, says Mitsuyo Tamai, CEO of Japan-based tuition centre Kiwami. People must understand that good grades don’t equate to proper learning, she said,

Designing the microstructure of printed objects

Software lets designers exploit the extremely high resolution of 3-D printers BY LARRY HARDESTY, MIT NEWS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Today’s 3-D printers have a resolution of 600 dots per inch, which means that they could pack a billion tiny cubes of different materials into a volume

Why do teens get depressed?

Learn to say a polite “NO” to things and people who make you uneasy Colloquially, to depress means to press down. It also means to be in a place where you were not in the first place, to be displaced from where you were. Psychologically,

MDIS bets big on inclusive education for women

New Delhi: Based on internal records and research, Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) today announced three course streams offered at the institute, that have gained immense popularity with Indian students, especially among women. These streams are… Business Masters in International Business (MIB), awarded by Grenoble