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Cursive Writing Fuels Creativity

Cursive Writing Fuels Creativity

Print Letter recognition is essential only for reading. Cursive is a very important skill from a cognitive standpoint for the following reasons: ~Hand-eye coordination ~Sensory-motor coordination. ~Thinking memory. ~Dynamically engages … Continue reading

Memory Management

Memory Management

Memory is a crucial aspect of enhancing our skills and remembering some of the most valuable moments of our lives. It is the ability to store and retain experiences and … Continue reading

Educational Trends 2019

Educational Trends 2019

Education is forever changing. The trends followed in 2018 may become obsolete in the coming years. Therefore, it becomes important that we get familiar with new trends each year. There … Continue reading

Educational Trip to Jaipur

Educational Trip to Jaipur

Memories of school educational trips are among the most prominent in the formative years, as it is the most amazing break from the normal routine of students and teachers. The … Continue reading

Giving Students a Voice

Giving Students a Voice

Students are capable to excel in the other skills but they find it difficult to express their opinions without any fear. They have a common fear of making a fool … Continue reading

Empowering Young Minds

Empowering Young Minds

There is no limitation and boundaries to learning. It enables young minds to take part in shaping a better future for the world. It emphasizes unity, the interdependence of human … Continue reading

ATL HACKATHON- INNOVATION STORY

ATL HACKATHON- INNOVATION STORY

At Hallmark Public School we genuinely feel that there has to be a system where schools get transformed into co-working spaces, reduce the urban-rural drive, exchange resources, empower students to … Continue reading

Refine and Rebuild the Students

Refine and Rebuild the Students

“The greatness of a culture can be found in festivals.” Almost every educational institution understands the importance of making the students feel more connected to the Indian tradition and culture. … Continue reading

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