10 April 2019

The Eduscan personality that resonates the most with me is ‘trustworthy’. My friends call me their ‘secret keeper’ as they highly trust me. By connecting with so many families and kids at Eduscan, I hope my class kids and their parents count on me too.

How to develop leadership at a young age

9 April 2019

Leaders are not born but made. “Before one becomes a leader, success is all about growing yourself. But when one becomes a leader, success is all about growing others.”
The overall development of the child depends on various factors ranging from academics to exposure to environment, passion or interests, extra-curricular activities, etc. Today’s young children will be the next generation of leaders in their families, communities and workplace. And hence it becomes very crucial to enhance all factors since their early age to develop their leadership qualities.

How to Identify & Treat Dyslexia among children

9 April 2019

The word dyslexia is made up of two parts, ‘DYS’ means ‘not’ or ‘difficult’ and the other part ‘LEXIA’ means language, words or reading. So, in its real sense, dyslexia means difficulty with words. It is regarded as a specific learning difficulty with reading which affects spelling as well. The kids with dyslexia have difficulty with reading, compression, and math. According to Dr Alka Kalra, a renowned educational psychologist, and director of Eduscan Group, dyslexia is not a learning disability but it is a ‘differently learning ability’.

How to Deal with Slow Learners

9 April 2019

All kids are special in their own way and have their own strengths and weaknesses. If a child is not performing well academically, then, instead of scolding the child and not supporting him/her, it is the responsibility of the parents and teachers to understand what difficulty the child is facing and then takes measures to help them overcome it. Generally, the low academic performers are of two types, one is slow learners and the other kids with learning difficulties.

3 Questions for Powerful Parenting through Communication

9 April 2019

“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.” — Mark Twain.
Communication is a very important aspect of parenting. Communication between parents and children happens all the time. Therefore, it has the most impact on children.

3 Effective Strategies to Deal with Stage Fright

9 April 2019

‘It’s the biggest day of your life and probably the scariest one too. There are hundreds of people in the audience who have gathered just to hear your speech. You finally step on the stage and hear a huge round of applause. Your speech starts; people are clapping and responding well. Suddenly, you fumble and forget your next few words and everything turns

4 Ways to Help Kids Become ‘Thinkers’

9 April 2019

Are you are parent worried about your children developing some analytical and creative skills? There are easy ways to help raise a creative child. From endless games and opportunities, to asking interesting questions of your child, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to develop creative thinking among young children.

3 Tips on How to Improve Your Child’s Memory

9 April 2019

Memory plays an extremely important role in our daily lives. It helps us retrieve and organize information in our brains. It is very important to work on improving and enhancing the memory of young kids. It is during this time that kids pick up and learn things faster. Using the right techniques and tricks to improve their memory goes a long way in helping them recall information later on in life.


5 April 2019

I have been associated with Eduscan since the past 15 years and so it has become an essential part of my life. ‘Trustworthy’ is that Eduscan personality that appeals the most to me. I make it a point to never disappoint my family and friends whenever they need me. I have been maintaining the same level of trust with my colleagues and all families associated with Eduscan


5 April 2019

I have done my masters of social work in medical and psychiatry. According to me ‘caring’ is that value of Eduscan’s personality that resonates with me the most. If my parents fall sick, I stay up all night to make sure that I am there for them if they need anything. Similarly, I care about my students at Eduscan and want to be there for them whenever they need me.