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PSCN Conduct ‘Rock the Ramp Walk’ (Photo Feature)

Lalitpur – Taking the occasion of  National Children’s Day, Pre-school Committee of Nepal (PSCN) organized ‘Rock the Ramp Walk’ at Jyapu Pragya Bhawan, Chyasal, Lalitpur on Thursday, Bhadra 26 with Mrs. Sabhyata Khadka, PSCN Chairman and Rapper,NirnayaNsk as the Chief Guest. 14 Pre-schools with...

Project Based Learning : A must for 21st century Education

Studies have proven that when implemented well, project-based learning (PBL) can increase retention of content and improve students’ attitudes toward learning, among other benefits. What Is Project-Based Learning? PBL hails from a tradition of pedagogy which asserts that students learn best by experiencing and solving...

Journey of Global Pathshala to ISA Award

The International School Award (ISA) is a global accreditation scheme recognizing good practice in incorporating international dimension in schools. It acknowledges school collaboration internationally and provides a framework for recognizing schools globally. The International School Award rewards schools that have shown a commitment to...

CEEN launched Environmental Education and Awareness program

Kathmandu – Centre for Environment Education Nepal (CEEN) has formally launched Environmental Education and Awareness program from 6th June, starting from Sunrise English Boarding School at Bhaisepati, Lalitpur. The ward Chairman inaugurated the program amidst reporters from  NEFEJ – Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists,...

How to get good marks in science?

Science Success Step One Attend every class and pay attention in order to get good marks in science.  If you are not getting enough sleep, you are probably not getting the most out of every class.  So go to bed earlier and get enough...

NPC 2018: Principals must avoid these 6 legal hazards

Roger Riddell@EdDiveRoger In a packed Wednesday afternoon session at the 2018 National Principals Conference in Chicago, attorney Brian D. Schwartz gave what he called one of his favorite presentations: a rundown of a half-dozen legal hazards principals and their faculty must remain mindful of...

Teacher training applications fall by 4%

By Helen Ward The number of people wanting to go into teaching has fallen by 4 per cent compared to this time last year. The data published today by admissions body Ucas shows that by 16 July this year, 40,750 people had applied for teacher training...