Compassionate students from Oakridge donate over 3000 books for underprivileged

Won’t you also agree that reading has changed our lives? Reading opens up the reader to all sorts of people, places and ideas of this world. There are plenty of benefits of reading such as improving various skills that add value to life. In addition, it helps improving brain, reduces stress, improves memory, imagination, develops […]

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Play and learning – is there a connection?

In the Early Years programme, one of the challenges is the quintessential question- ‘What did you do in school today?’. One often hears the answer, “I enjoyed playing!” This is baffling for adults attuned to the idea of rote memorization and recall of information as learning. There is a misconception that play is frivolous and […]

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Data Analytics in Today’s IB World

“In today’s data-driven world…”– Ever wondered why most of the content these days start with that typical phrase? Well, let us look at some data to understand it:  “In 2018 alone, data adoption increased to 59% from 17% in 2015.”  — Data Analytics Adoption, Forbes  It has become imperative for students studying in all fields of subjects to be ‘relevant’ today. At the same time, […]

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Six traits of good learner that a student can inculcate!

We are students throughout our life. Yet some of us learn better compared to others, and some of us possess qualities, which makes us better in our ability to learn effectively. Here are six traits of a good learner: 1) School Attendance: A good learner never misses even one school day. One school day missed […]

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