How to keep the students engaged while teaching online?

Have you ever had any subject that you loathed in school but found it interesting when you learnt it again through an online video or a friend? For me it was physics. I studied it only to score marks because I found it boring in class. But I am sure that if Walter Lewis had …

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5 Traps to Avoid While Teaching Online

If you try to remember your teenage years, you were probably scratched for using your phone all the time. You were thrown statements like, “Get off the phone or you will get blind.” And if you are still a teenager, please get back to your online class after you finish reading this 😛 These are …

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What are the strategies used by successful online tutors?

The scorching summer of this infamous year has brought the virtual space for teaching and learning into a setting that has to be evolved with every single code. The teachers have already geared up to lead the pack of confused students to a place of continuous knowledge and learning. But there is a twist. The …

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5 Tips to Keeping Your Online Class Proactive

Precaution is better than cure, they say. Being a student all my life, I am sure about one thing that being proactive gives you an edge over others. And in this era of unlimited content and smart devices, having an edge over the competitors is almost mandatory. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to the …

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Unlocking the Student-Teacher potential with EdTech

The relationship of a student and a teacher has always been perceived as one of the most sacred relationship in our world. It is the only relationship that stands high with a parent-child relationship. I never understood this analogy until my teacher gave up all his materialistic dreams in order to be a saint. The …

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Business Blogging for Beginners

We have already established the benefits of business blogging and if I have convinced your about its importance, here is a guide to get started. We have discussed about how it is important to gain leads and traffic and how it can help us rank higher, but we need to understand that business blogging is …

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Education : Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

I am pretty sure our pupils dilated when we saw Guru Vasishtha teach Lord Rama and his brothers under a banyan tree. I almost got disowned by my family because I was using my phone during Ramayana but, in the education realm, the only thing that fascinates me more than the online learning is the …

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Earth Day 2020

4.54 billion years. The Earth we tread on, is 4.54 billion years old. I am sure that wherever you live, you either have a dense forest, a coastline or a mountain that you are proud of. I am proud of the coastline of Diu because I feel home there and the people of my town …

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The most Frequent and Important questions that tutors ask

“utobo? That’s an uncommon name. What does that mean?” Most of your who haven’t heard about utobo before, will have this as your first question. Q: What does utobo mean? Ans: The essence of the name utobo stands for innovation, independence, determination, courage, sincerity and activity. Isn’t it a beautiful world? A word that beautifies …

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The Stirring Weekend: Techstars Global Startup Weekend

Let’s begin this with an anecdote. It’s a story that you have heard before but probably forgot. It is a story about a farmer and his 6 children. On his death bed, the farmer called all of them for his last words. He asked the eldest child to bring a few sticks and try to …

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