Getting involved in your child’s school

Parent participation, especially in primary school, helps a child fit in better. It increases your child’s confidence because they feel their peers and teachers understand them and their culture better, and also accept and respect it.
Akshay Venkatesh.IndianLink

Indian Australian math prodigy wins international award

Often thought of as the Nobel Prize for mathematicians, the Fields Medal is awarded to two to four researchers worldwide under 40 years old to recognise outstanding mathematical achievement for existing work and for the promise of future achievement.
Practice.Indian Link

Practice makes perfect?

The idea of ‘perfection’ we seek in our kids’ endeavours from constant practice is deeply flawed. By MOHAN DHALL

Ishaa Sandhu: Merging beauty and banking

Sydney Uni student finds a way to empower women in India’s beauty sector

Indian-origin Karthik Nemmani wins 2018 Spelling Bee championship

He takes home $40,000 and a trophy from Scripps Bee plus a $2,500 cash prize from Merriam-Webster
Bully.Indian Link

Bullies and an angry world

What happens when those you expect to empathise and protect you from bullying become the cause of it, asks MOHAN DHALL

What kind of parent are you?

There’s no doubt parents are the best advocates for their own children. But when does advocacy stop both parents and children from growing? BY MOHAN DHALL
teacher feedback.Indian Link

Hit and run

Don’t accept a teacher’s feedback that identifies your child’s problem but doesn’t offer a solution, writes MOHAN DHALL.
Dog Therapy.Indian Link

Dog therapy for stressed students

Therapy dog sessions have a measurable, positive effect on the wellbeing of university students.
Goal.Indian Link

The problem with goal-setting

Most academic goals are not students’ own, but rather ones set by parents or teachers, writes MOHAN DHALL