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November 2016
India Today;11/21/2016, p1
The article discusses the importance of research-based curriculum for students. It mentions the need to develop critical and analytical thinking skills in students. The author informs how research-based curriculum helps students. It highlights the responsibility of the policy makers and curriculum developers to design a transformative pedagogy. Some of the topics mentioned are problem-solving skills, inquiry-based teaching, collaboration and teamwork and quality of learning.


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