Students are more engaged through teacher-supervised discussions, rather than the mastery of a predefined body of information. The key to motivation and engagement is collaboration among students in digital platforms, rather than mimicking the one-way transmission of knowledge inherent in lectures and textbooks. During the pandemic, these student learning outcomes are more important than ever. … [Read more...] about How to make online schooling work
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New Delhi: In April 2020, the New England Rate-payers Association (NERA) filed a Petition  to roll-back all ‘solar net-metering’ schemes in the US. In this petition, NERA put forward major issues regarding the financial viability of power distribution utilities and questioned their applicability to achieve carbon reduction goals, impact (of net-metering) on the reliability of bulk power system, jurisdiction over sales of excess energy, and the accounting methods related to net-metering. Furthermore, NERA described net-metering as "Robinhood-in-reverse" in terms of consumer benefits and compensation.Considering this petition as a threat to the renewable energy industry, more than 450 organizations, 57,000 individuals, and 37 states opposed this petition . This petition was ultimately rejected stating that it has failed to explain the cross-subsidization impact on the end-use consumers and that it has given some concrete arguments against the jurisdiction of the Federal … [Read more...] about OPINION: Net-metering of electricity – time for a re-think?
Professionals looking to set up e-learning businesses quickly are flocking to startups like Knorish and Invanto, and earning big money in the process.Yoga trainers, wine connoisseurs, primary school teachers, digital marketers, cybersecurity experts and business management grads are all looking to the startups to build personalised websites so that they impart skillsets through paid video content.Software as a Service startup Knorish, launched in 2018, has built e-learning businesses for 4,500 creators in the last four months, after onboarding just 500 customers till March. “These creators upload recorded videos or take live sessions on their personalised websites that we build for them,” Kinner N Sacchdev, CEO and co-founder of Knorish, told ET.Knorish has worked with around 150 yoga trainers as well as helped nutritionists, school tutors and coders, Sacchdev added.“We recently also got a call from a fisherman in Andhra Pradesh who wants to teach fishing … [Read more...] about As e-learning takes hold, creators flock to startups
The space-a-thon MMO, Eve Online is wrapping up its current invasion story arc that’s taken place over the last year or so. Those pesky Triglavians have been up to no good – first they invaded and now they’ve just gotten far too powerful, and it looks like it’s up to you to deal with them once and for all – or join them and assist said invasion, up to you really. The culmination of this story kicks off today, and with it comes a big makeover for the Abyssal Proving Grounds as well. … [Read more...] about Eve Online’s Triglavian invasion story arc is finally coming to an end
"The guidelines have been developed from the perspective of learners, with a focus on online, blended, digital education for students who are presently at home due to the lockdown.These guidelines on digital education provide a roadmap or pointers for carrying forward online education to enhance the quality of education," Nishank added. … [Read more...] about HRD Announces ‘Pragyata’ Guidelines for Online Classes by Schools, Recommends Cap on Screen Time for Students