Tata Trusts Kal Ka Classroom

Tata Trusts Kal Ka Classroom

The government of India passed the right to education act in 2009, securing free and compulsory education to all children between the ages of 6 to 14 years. And India currently has 487 million children. So how does a country like ours provide a good quality education to nurture young people into active citizens of a vibrant democracy? In this podcast series, Tata Trusts aims to highlight the progress, celebrate the achievements and understand the challenges faced by educators. So let’s understand how to create Kal Ka Classroom.
Foundational Literacy, Regional Languages & Children’s Literature
Tata Trusts Kal Ka ClassroomNovember 14, 2021
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Foundational Literacy, Regional Languages & Children’s Literature

In this special episode of Tata Trusts’ Kal Ka Classroom, Amrita Patwardhan, Head of Education at Tata Trusts and Shailaja Menon, Associate Professor at Azim Premji University dive into understanding foundational literacy in India; the value of integrating regional languages into early learning as w...

Life Lessons Through Cricket
Tata Trusts Kal Ka ClassroomNovember 12, 2021
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Life Lessons Through Cricket

In India, cricket is not just a sport, it’s an emotion. People are either glued to their television sets or are seen in a gully playing a match with their friends. But what if cricket wasn’t just about playing a game, but that taught you how to be a better at life? Tata Trusts’ Kal Ka Classroom talk...

How QR Codes Won Teacher $1 Million
Tata Trusts Kal Ka ClassroomNovember 11, 2021
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How QR Codes Won Teacher $1 Million

Ever since the pandemic, QR codes have become essential to our lives. From reading the menu at a restaurant to making online payments, everything can happen in just one scan. But, how can QR codes become a part of a child’s education?  Tata Trusts’ Kal Ka Classroom talks about their initiatives that...

Literacy through Libraries
Tata Trusts Kal Ka ClassroomNovember 11, 2021
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Literacy through Libraries

Today, a book can be bought with just a touch of a button. What’s more, it could be entirely read on a small device. Despite these technological advancements, there are children who cannot access books at all in India. Tata Trusts’ Kal Ka Classroom talks about their initiatives that work towards imp...

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Tata Trusts Kal Ka ClassroomNovember 03, 202100:00:57888.34 KB

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The government of India passed the right to education act in 2009, securing free and compulsory education to all children between the ages of 6 to 14 years. And India currently has 487 million children. So how does a country like ours provide a good quality education to nurture young people into act...