In today’s time we all have access to internet and we get news about everything trending on social media. Kids too learn from trending news about celebrities from all over the world. The celebrities leave an impression on young minds too by how they portray themselves. We discuss here whether celebrities are good role models for children or not.
Education is the foundation of a successful career. However, we see many stories of entrepreneurs who have achieved success without formal education. Here we are discussing the need of education for a successful career or whether students can make it without formal education.
We have been using animals for medical experiments in order to discover new and better cure for various illnesses among humans. Schools too have been following animal dissection to teach students practically in school labs. Many people want the practise of dissection to be banned in schools. Read here whether the animal dissection at schools should be banned or not?
Fashion has been an inseparable part of our daily lives ever since human beings have attained conscious about it. Fashion is basically related with trending clothes, accessory and footwear. Children these days are more aware of fashion trends as compared to children a decade ago. Read here pros and cons of fashion for children.
School attendance has been an issue of debate over the past years. Students are in favour of optional school attendance and school authorities in favour of compulsory school attendance. In this article, we discuss about school attendance issue whether it should be made optional or mandatory.
Global warming is one topic that has been hogging the limelight for a long time. It is considered to be a very serious ecological issue since many parts of the world have been witnessing major fluctuations in seasons and there have been instances of both extreme winters and very hot summers.
TERI is going to organise Green Olympiad Examination 2017. It is India's first annual examination on environmental issues for school students of class 4 to 10. The Olympiad will be conducted in English and Hindi in three levels on the theme of ‘Environment and Sustainable Development.’
We have heard about and seen many students who study at boarding schools, away from their parents and homes. Then there are those who attend day schools where they go in the morning and spend few hours of the day to study and get back home. Both methods have their own attributes which we are discussing here.
Students who are studying in a year-round school attend the same number of classes as students in a usual, regular school attend. But the schedule of a year-round school is spread out more evenly over the entire duration of the year where the incidence of vacations is more frequent with shorter duration. They don’t get the usual two-month summer vacations.
Education is the foundation over which careers and futures are built. When we talk about education in a formal, official way, it starts very early, when the child is about four or five years of age and then there is no stopping.
Many schools start their day by holding prayers of different kinds, from different religions and different faiths, since it is believed that by invoking the divine the day will pass off peacefully. Here we debate whether it is okay for schools to carry on with these practices or should it be discontinued.
Past few years have witnessed a huge rise in the number of students who score very high marks, with some of them even scoring 100 percent in different subjects. This trend has sparked off a debate whether the method of education should be made more competitive or should students be given more relaxed and easy-going curriculum.
It is widely believed that students with good attractive handwriting are an ideal for those with bad clumsy handwriting and that extra marks should be given for good handwriting. But there are many who argue that giving extra marks on this basis will be unjust as real skill is much different from handwriting.
Since the surge in the cases of HIV-AIDS and sex-related crimes, there has been an increasing demand to impart sex education in schools. While there are some who are in support of the move, there are some who are against it.
At school, we get numerous opportunities to delve, explore the world with a very different perspective. We are not alone in the quest. Our parents, teachers, friends, and most importantly peers are with us. Peers, classmates are in the nearest proximity, both physically and metaphorically, and this nearness brings with itself certain kinds of emphasis or peer pressure.
Co-education has its advantages as well as disadvantages. It is in the interest of the students that they get the kind of environment at school that is most suitable for them as it will help them to develop to the fullest whether it is co-education or independent.
As online education is catching up fast, more and more institutions are offering different online courses in different subjects. But there are many who believe that regular classrooms are much better as compared to online sessions. Here we discuss both.
Cell phones have become more of a necessity than a fancy item. Even young kids can be seen carrying cell phones and smartphones, either chatting or playing some game. There is no denying that they have become a part of everyday life. In fact, life cannot be imagined without a cell phone.
But lately, it has become a hot topic whether or not to allow cell phones in schools.
School uniforms are viewed as an essential part of early education as they fill them with a sense of belonging and pride and also educate them for the future. But there are some who believe that school students should be given a choice to wear the clothes of their choice. This article views both the aspects of the debate.
The idea and purpose by schools to give homework to students is debated and also the rationale behind is being discussed for a long time. The two sides that oppose and support the notion are yet to come to a solid wrapping up.
Students love to watch television almost on daily basis and they view different kinds of programmes which have different kinds of impact on them. Hence, it is a matter of serious discussion as to whether television viewing is really good or bad for school students.
There are different views on allowing serving of fast food items in schools and we present both the notions that support and oppose the idea of serving fast foods in schools.
Every now and then we come across the news related to social media, whether it is about how it has created some problem or has helped in some manner. What we discuss here is the effect of social media on the students.
In this article we will be discussing on the debate topic Success is more important than happiness. This is very important to teach the school students from starting that what is actual happiness. Here we have discussed the topic from both aspects that is success is more important than happiness and vice versa.