India-Australia must forge knowledge partnership

Can the two countries envision a mutually-benefiting relationship on the basis of education, questions AMIT DASGUPTA

Finishing strong

School holidays: MOHAN DHALL suggests finding a balance between self-absorption and (shock horror!) routine activities

Exam wisdom

Learning how to successfully navigate the process of exams is itself an educational experience, writes MOHAN DHALL

There is no such thing as a lazy child

If we treat a child as lazy, we devalue their intelligence, writes MOHAN DHALL

A love of Hindi

Hindi students of IABBV showcased their learning of the language by means of presentations in song, dance, skits and poetry

‘Decoding’ your child’s school report

Although school reports have become more articulate and detailed, the jargon is leaving parents confused about their child’s performance
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AISG talks community issues with Victoria Premier

The roundtable event held at Victoria’s Parliament House provided the Premier insights from members of the Indian community on subjects varying from filming to aged care to employment.

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.
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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.
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Practice makes perfect?

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