Monday, December 06, 2004

The key to Educational Success

According to a Stanford education expert,
Educators who want to improve academic achievement often focus on exciting new strategies for teaching reading and math. But without a basic atmosphere of trust—among teachers, principals, parents, and students—such reforms have little chance of success.
I recall the day a couple of years ago, when during the presentation of an end semester report on "Innovation, Academia, and India", my answer to a question on improving research standards at undergraduate level was trust.

Read: Trust, Not Pedagogy, May be the Key to Educational Success

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