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8 E’s Approach- An Educational Solution

By on April 11, 2017

Education is fundamental to development and growth. Access to education, which is a basic human right enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, is also a strategic development investment. The human mind makes possible all other development…


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Digital Literacy

By on April 11, 2017

Article on the impact of Digital Literacy across Pakistan Mr. Faisal Mushtaq – Executive Director RSS 18 March 2011
 “In order to prepare students for 21st century life, we can build on educational goals that have long been part of our understandings of how people learn.”

Partnership for 21st Century Skills:…


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EDUCATION REMAINS THE SUFFERER IN THE POWER GAME OF DEVOLUTION AND DECENTRALIZATION

By on April 11, 2017

The ways in which public primary and secondary education is financed and delivered varies greatly throughout the world. Many developing countries and countries in transition to market economies have highly centralized government administration of education and other public services. During the 1990s and early twenty-first century, many of these…


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Pakistan and its burgeoning youth: promoting leadership through youth engagement forum Pak LOT

By on April 11, 2017

Amid our seemingly endless vows stretching from radicalization, extremism, poverty, illiteracy and many others, young generation of Pakistan, with all its skill, will and intelligence, is probably a welcome respite in the challenges across the economic and social fabric of the nation.

Home to the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional…


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Variations in Content and Pedagogy: Text Books and Critical Thinking

By on April 11, 2017

Abstract of Talk by Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI

Founder & CEO Roots Millennium Schools

A concern with critical thinking in education, in the broad sense of teaching students the rules of logic or how to assess evidence, is hardly new: it is woven throughout the Western tradition of education, from the…


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Making yourself visible to change  

By on March 16, 2017

 

Today, was another ordinary day where I woke early in the morning and gave a long enfeeble speech to my unwakeable little mind about reading more books and building a little more knowledge about general things in life. This is where half of the time I’m either using terms…


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“BEND and CURL”

By on March 3, 2017

 

I curl up into a ball

I shrink to half my size

For you

So that my presence,

intellect and beauty

doesn’t threaten your ego.

So that my presence,

intellect and beauty

doesn’t emasculate you.

So that my presence,

intellect and beauty

doesn’t belittle your capabilities

I bend

I curl up into a ball

I shrink to half my size

For you

Because I’m of…


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The financial collapse of 2007-2008

By on March 3, 2017

Economic crisis occurred in 2008, that cost tens of millions to people, houses and industries. This is how it happened. Iceland’s population is 320,000. Its GDP is $13 billion. Bank losses were $100 billion. In 2000, Iceland was the most stable economy, with high standard of living and least…


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‘Globalisation and Millennialisation’

By on February 9, 2017

A platform where independent ideas gel in and where divergent opinions and statements are heard and considered, a conference was held in Regents, United Kingdom on 12th of January 2017 as to what the future of higher education holds. With very righteous and upright people streaming in and contributing…


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How Unique Is The New You?

By on February 3, 2017

 

Does nature really want us to be progressive or does it want us to be professional.

We’re born in a time where doing better than someone isn’t as difficult as doing better for someone. We compete, we give, but we cannot share. From sentiments to materials, we’re born into an…

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