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November 10, 2021 Wednesday 02:22:27 PM IST

Pedagogy shall be History of Science and Innovation for First years

Teacher Insights

Prof. Lee of Stanford University triggered this idea of making students aware of the stories of inventions which happened years back. Actually, this stands relevant today as our students will get to know the pain, struggle and sacrifice made by different scientists on their works, the stories of not only success but also failure. Long back humans didn’t had the facilities of technology and networking so our scientists struggled a lot just to communicate their ideas. New generation kids should take heart to understand the pain and gain behind all these facilities we enjoy today. According to experts, this kind of pedagogy can instill scientific attitude among children to model those great giants behind the inventions and have a crave towards science and innovations.