Engage

ENGAGE

Frankly speaking, we were never “ENGAGED” by our education system except for a few geniuses. Weren’t you really? No different story for today’s kids also.

Engaging means that the teacher plays only a role of facilitator and student himself explores the elements of learning objectives. It is proven by research that a person can pay attention to the instructions not more than couple of minutes, still our classes last for 60-90 minutes. So, averagely, we attend the instructions only for approx. 13% of the time.

Let us understand it by an example. When trignometric geometry is introduced for the first time to the kids. The unit circle and embedded triangle suddenly jump into the book and student is left awestruck. Here, a small exercise of matching triangle with a circle makes the task much easier and rest of the learning become easy ride.

EducarElivE wittingly picks up this gap and create “ENGAGE-tainment” so that kids can vroom their learning and carve out their own destiny. Do you share the same thoughts, if yes, start exploring the exciting “ENGAGE” by click the following—