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Stress from 'overthink'
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Teacher Insights
May 16, 2019 Thursday 11:35:51 IST

Stress from 'overthink'

Children are more likely to suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) if they think their reaction to traumatic events is not 'normal', according to a new research. While most children recover well after a traumatic event, some go on to develop PTSD that may stay with them for months, years, or even into adulthood.  The study, published by University of East Anglia’s Norwich Medical School, reveals that children begin down this route when they have trouble processing their trauma and perceive their symptoms as being a sign that something is seriously wrong. Symptoms of PTSD can be a common reaction to trauma in children and teenagers. These can include distressing symptoms like intrusive memories, nightmares and flashbacks. The c

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Personal
May 15, 2019 Wednesday 02:20:47 IST
Education Begins at Home

Education Begins at Home

“Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.” - Carl Jung. "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." - Benjamin Franklin“Education...is painful, continual and difficult work to be done in kindness, by watching, by warning, ...  by praise, but above all - by example.”- Joh

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Teacher Insights
May 14, 2019 Tuesday 03:36:03 IST
ADHD linked to maternal diet

ADHD linked to maternal diet

A study led by Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) suggests that the risk of a child developing symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be modulated by the mother's diet during pregnancy. The study, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, analysed samples of umbilical cord plasma to quantify the l

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Teacher Insights
May 13, 2019 Monday 05:40:08 IST
Fictional Characters in Video Games Create Lasting Impact on our Brains

Fictional Characters in Video Games Create Lasting Impact on our Brains

Playing fictional characters such Pokemon in childhood may create lasting impressions in the brain as it activates certain area of the brain, according to psychologists at Stanford University. Eleven adults who took part in the study had played Pokemon extensively during their childhood. The game involves battles. When they

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Teacher Insights
May 13, 2019 Monday 12:07:34 IST
Teacher Assessments Good at Predicting Educational Success of Students

Teacher Assessments Good at Predicting Educational Success of Students

New study by King's College London has revealed that teacher assessments are a reliable in predicting the performance in students in an examination.

Editor’s Note : Thought for the week

Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master- Leonardo da Vinci Quotes

What's Trending?

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National Edu News
May 15, 2019 Wednesday 10:39:28 IST
NTA NET admit card 2019 to be released today

NTA NET admit card 2019 to be released today

NEW DELHI: National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the admit card for UGC NET(National Eligibility Test) 2019 on its official website on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Once the admit cards are released, the candidates who have applied for the UGC NET 2019 examination are advised to visit the official website of NTA- ntanet.nic.in- to check and dow

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National Edu News
May 13, 2019 Monday 01:13:04 IST
CBSE Invites Application for Awards for Teachers and Principals

CBSE Invites Application for Awards for Teachers and Principals

Teachers with ten years of regular teaching experience and principals with ten years of teaching experience and five years as principal can apply for the National CBSE Awards. Eligibility  1. Only a working teacher with at least 10 years of regular teaching experience in CBSE affiliated school(s) and working principals with 10 years of

Get your Science and Tech fix

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Technology Inceptions
May 16, 2019 Thursday 01:27:10 IST
Robots to Taste Beer

Robots to Taste Beer

Robots built with components sourced from Lego toys will be used to assess beer quality for 15 colour and foam-related parameters. Presently, quality checks are done by human volunteers.The RoboBeer works with two Lego servo motors. It has three sensors to measure temperature, carbon dioxide gas release and alcohol.It also incorporates a smart

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Technology Inceptions
May 16, 2019 Thursday 12:22:32 IST
Detect Ear Infection in Children With Smart Phones

Detect Ear Infection in Children With Smart Phones

The smart phone app is capable of detecting middle ear infection in a much better way than acoustic reflectometry systems

Looking Ahead

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Creative Living
May 02, 2019 Thursday 02:41:06 IST
Hunters of black holes

Hunters of black holes

The April 10th of 2019 brought apleasant surpriseto the world of science and technology! The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) made the first ever snap shot of  M87 black hole, which is 55 million light-years away from the earth! A feather in the cap of the towering genius of Albert Einstein, who predicted for the first time the presence of bl

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Creative Living
April 04, 2019 Thursday 10:53:04 IST
Those who have ear to hear, They Hear!

Those who have ear to hear, They Hear!

More than 99% of the information that reaches human mind reaches either through eyes or through ears. The other three senses, the smell or touch or taste provide only nominal input to the mental processes. What we hear is sound and what we see is light. Both sound and light are but waves. Sound is a mechanical wave transmitted via compressions

Welcome to Rajagiri Round Table Conference

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Round Table May 13, 2019 Monday 01:47:17 IST
Fund the Student Not The Colleges: Biju Vithayathil, Amity University

Fund the Student Not The Colleges: Biju Vithayathil, Amity University

The sysem of government funding and assistance for engineering and management colleges should end and it should be replaced with the funding of the meritorious students, according to Mr Biju Vithayathil, Director of Amity University. A panelist in the 48th Rajagiri Roundtable, 'The Changing Needs of Education' held at Rajagiri School of Engine