Indu Jain, the founder of Key2practice has been an experienced teacher for more than a decade and continues in contributing to the education sector with her expertise. Her pedagogy is not only limited to providing academic solutions, but goes beyond in making learning a simple, joyful and fruitful experience for students as well as their parents and educators. Indu holds a Honors degree in Mathematics from The Lady SriRam College and a Master’s degree in Mathematics from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology. She is also a successful author of several Mathematics text books of grades ranging from 1 to 5.As a passionate educator and an experienced professional, Indu aims at creating an online platform with agile learning that will help students own their learning to develop a deeper critical thinking.
Toy baskets are full of them. Some new toys some old. Some toys were bought some gifted. Most of them picked up without a thought. Only if we knew, how important they are to a child’s overall development.
Various decisions that we end up taking as mothers cause guilt. It could be on a child’s school performance, their social skills, their marital life, mothers report feeling guilty. Exposing ourselves to negative emotions like mom-guilt can adversely affect our health.
Tic-Tac-Toe, Pictionary, Dots and Squares etc. All these pencil-paper games are all too familiar to us, whether a child or a grownup. How the non-fuss and bare minimum expense of these games make them a favourite of all.
All children can excel. They just need our patience and understanding. If your child makes mistakes in Maths it doesn’t mean he/she is bad at it. It just means they are taking the time to understand and develop interest.