While one might be habituated to terminology, it is worth taking a pause to think on these terms. Terminology shapes how we view and act in the world—understanding its influence and power helps us understand its workings with a fresh perspective.
Who are ‘we’? One wonders about the many.
The more one reads John Dewey, the easier it is to see the profound impact he had had on Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the chief architect…
In this world, we are raised with beliefs and models that help us form values. These are either explicitly taught or are imbibed from others…
“…a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.”
– Herbert Simon
The completion of yet another earth revolution presents us with the opportunity to contemplate on the many revolutions we have witnessed in 2019. Whatever changes…
In India and other countries with similar challenges, both primary and higher education witness a couple of things in common — dreams have little wiggle room and a low ceiling while learning experiences are not as diverse or effective as they could be.
When I was in school, I thought I knew what I wanted to be in life. I had a few options, with the little I had seen growing up:
1. A catholic priest
2. A rockstar
3. A doctor