Are We Teaching Our Kids To be Future-Ready? We Ask The Experts

Experiential Learning is the buzzword today and inculcating that in the schools has become inevitable. But are we aware of this necessity? Are we aware of what we need to do this as a parent? We ask the questions to the experts in an exclusive webinar this weekend. 
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As I sit down to teach my little girl with her school homework, I picture what she will turn out to be in the future? On some days she says she wants to be a teacher, and on other days a football player and on the best days it is an astronaut. I smile and we get back to the homework chores. But is my daughter honestly ready to face the world? Does she have the 21st-century skill-set that will be imperative in the coming years? 

Experiential Learning is the buzzword today and inculcating that in the schools has become inevitable. But are we aware of this necessity? Are we aware of what we need to do this as a parent? We ask the questions to the experts in an exclusive webinar this weekend. 

Join Mansi Zaveri as she moderates a panel discussion on "Integrating Experiential Learning In The Primary Years' Curriculum" with a stellar panel: 

  • Ms. Kinnari Shah, Principal, D Y Patil International School, Worli
  • Ms. Fatema Agarkar, Founder, Agarkar Centre of Excellence (ACE) 
  • Ms. Dolly Thakore, A Veteran Indian Theatre Actress & Casting Director

The panel would be discussing at length on what is experiential learning and what are its benefits, how the New Education Policy is going to be implemented, and also how schools can use "theatre" as a tool to implement experiential and hands-on training.

Click here to register for this webinar on Sunday, 6th September at 5pm. And if you have any questions or queries leave them in the comments below. 

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