Classroom scene 1 (a twin decade back): Teacher tutoring from the dais at the front of the room. Students sitting in rows and learning. Some hurriedly penning down notes in notebooks while some immersed in textbooks open in front of them. Classroom scene 2 (today): Teachers with Bluetooth enabled, wireless, 2.4GHz USB handheld laser pointer, […]

The necessity for 21st-century children to be capable enough to empathize with their counterparts has never been bigger. They need to assess varied viewpoints and cultures, know how events around the globe are intertwined, and resolve evils that rise above the borders. Just look at the incomparable flood of refugees, including the children, from the

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