Tag Archive: Virtual Learning

Jul
28

Consistency is key to Become an Effective Remote Learner

“Having a consistent routine might seem like sucking the spontaneity out of life for many. But, in reality, having a routine simply means forming a bunch of new habits that helps you improve yourself and discover your true potential. It by no means stops you from leaving space for some unexplored activities that can further …

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Jun
02

A Trainer’s Perspective on Lockdown: Neither Your Student Experience Nor Your Career Development is on hold!

Colleges are not closed, only college buildings are locked. Teachers are not resting at home, they’re working harder and smarter from home. Even, students are not on Netflix chilling and killing their time, instead they are exploring different ways to upgrade their skills while interning remotely.  As much as it is true that the pandemic …

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Jun
02

Managing the “Uncertain Times Of The Pandemic” With An Attitude Of “Certainty of Learning”

“The fact that it is literally impractical to imagine a life without uncertainties has probably never been more true than today. And that’s why we as a community need to save ourselves from falling into the trap of thinking only about the worst-case scenarios that tomorrow may bring and start employing ‘learning’ as a tool …

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Jun
01

Learning By The Alumni and For The Alumni – A Double Header Learning Opportunity Created By FIIB During Corona Times

Coronavirus might have started as a health pandemic but the outbreak has impacted almost everyone in many ways, making major shifts in the way people live, engage and work. Some feel that those who are handy with the Internet and remote working culture are affected less than the others. However, the fact may be that …

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