At PLS we believe in expressing our views about the issues closest to us. The PLS team regularly writes articles of this nature.
Learning, Seminar Magazine, 2020
Education should aid in the nurturing of your dreams. Without dreams, nothing works. You have to have some idea of where you want to go. It can change many times but the dream will guide you. Your dream is your best roadmap. However, rarely does this find mention in discussions on education. Read more
Five Areas of Development – A HundrEd innovation for 2017, 2018, 2019
A new school culture that refocuses the curriculum to address 5 key areas of development (Cerebral, Physical, Emotional, Spiritual and Social) and uses innovative methods to assess students, teachers and the school as a whole. Read about what the Innovator of the Five Areas of Development curriculum at HundrED, Finland has to say here
Learning How to Learn
The importance of educators to move from content-based education to a process based education is further spoken about here.
Wind Beneath Students Wings
Read another feature of HundrED, Finland here.
Helping Learners Actualize their Potential
Is an adult a reflection of the experiences he or she has accumulated during their childhood? Read more about it here.
Let’s Talk About Rape
Eight eminent Indians write open letters in Hindustan Times to discuss the reality of sexual assault in India. Read more about it here.
A Person of Substance E-book
A Person of Substance e-book is a compilation of student essays from the India Bhutan Youth Summit 2018.
The main objective of the youth summit is to enhance the ties between the youth of both countries and create an understanding of the importance of building India-Bhutan friendship. The Summit also seeks to create a pool of potential ambassadors, in both countries, who will carry forward the collaboration.
Centre for Escalation of Peace (CEP) and Pallavan Learning Systems (PLS), in collaboration with Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies (RIGSS), organized the inaugural India-Bhutan Youth Summit from September 21 to 29, 2018 in the Kingdom of Bhutan. The launch of the India-Bhutan Youth Summit came at an opportune time to celebrate the 50 years of friendship and partnership.
The nine-day programme is structured in a manner where learning experiences would incorporate a combination of academics and adventure. It includes an introduction to Bhutan and India, a three/four-day trek across the pristine landscapes, interactions amongst the participants on core issues, and meetings between the participants and eminent people. The participants will also visit places of interest and interact with the locals to gain a better understanding of the country and the aspirations of its citizens.
2018 marked the first India Bhutan Youth Summit which was held in Bhutan. In order to select from a long list of entries for the summit, participants were asked to write an essay on what they thought makes a person of substance. This book is a compilation of their essays.
Person of Substance eBook
Transforming Schools: Empowering Children
The author weaves together his expertise and experience to offer insights into what makes a ‘great’ school. You can read a review of the of the book.
Leading Out: The True Purpose of Education
This book searches for the true purpose of education and finds it in the emergence of self-leadership.