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NEP 2020 envisions making students global citizens. How do LEAD Powered schools achieve this goal?

NEP 2020 envisions making students global citizens. How do LEAD Powered schools achieve this goal?

19/10/2022

Prajakta Sakpal

School Owner

It is critical to train future leaders in sync with globalisation as it unfolds at breakneck speed. The era of globalisation has had a profound effect on education systems, especially in India. It has ignited a debate on the need for an education system that nurtures global citizens.

According to the World Bank, “The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the learning crisis, and the impact on the human capital of this generation of learners is likely to be long-lasting.”

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What does NEP say

Current learning crisis

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What does NEP say?

To facilitate this, the National Education Policy (NEP) unveiled in 2020 focuses on training Indian students to be global citizens. Global citizens are a product of global education that empower learners of all ages to undertake active global roles, building more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive and secure societies. By cultivating a global mindset and competency early on, children will develop the skills required to thrive as global citizens who embrace diversity in all aspects of life. 

As a result of the unveiling of NEP 2020, the age-old education system will be revamped , rightly so, because the last education policy came into action in 1986. The New Education Policy (NEP 2020) takes a visionary, practical, progressive and comprehensive approach towards education and its purpose.

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Not staying in oblivion

Despite the government’s efforts to introduce a policy that can transform the education sector, the ball now rests in schools’ courts.

According to the World Bank, “The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the learning crisis, and the impact on the human capital of this generation of learners is likely to be long-lasting.”

The current crisis has made it imperative for schools to adapt to combat it and find reliable measures.

Did you know a report says that 85% of jobs to exist by 2030 do not exist yet? Children of the 21st century must be prepared for such a world. They must hone a few traits to be a global citizen or future leaders. Some of them are:

  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Creativity and imagination
  • Critical Thinking

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LEAD EdTech solutions are designed in a way that helps students become globally relevant. With over 400+ locations across the country, LEAD is one of India’s most trusted brands in the education sector. LEAD helps students stay relevant irrespective of geography. It does so through various means. For example:

International Standard Curriculum

The curriculum at LEAD is benchmarked with Singapore, US, and Canadian education systems and will be accessible to children regardless of location. The curriculum is also more integrated, student-focused, application-based, and multi-modal to help  children become more confident and future-ready.

Smart Classrooms

Smart classrooms pave the way for interactive learning, which engages students’ visual and auditory senses. Unlike traditional education, pop quizzes and group activities help improve conceptual understanding.

Super Teachers

LEAD teachers are fully certified and are equipped with a teacher tablet loaded with lesson plans, audiovisual resources, and training resources. Readily available teaching tools and helpful resources make teaching easy and effective.

Coding & Computational Skills

It enables each student to use various software, think logically & computationally, and build apps, games and websites.

Superior English Skills with ELGA

ELGA stands for English Language and General Awareness that helps students focus on the five components of English language skills:

  • Phonics  
  • Whole Words  
  • Reading and Listening Comprehension  
  • Grammar  
  • Writing and Speaking Expression 

World-class Learning @Home

Learning never stops with LEAD. Students get access to 100% classroom content at home, where they can also practice with friends and earn points. This helps in enhancing collaboration and teamwork.

Unlimited Exposure

Students get exposure beyond their curriculum via celebrity masterclasses, championships and student led conferences.

Conclusion

NEP 2020 has been a strong move of the government to tread forward and help students be leaders of the global world. As the World Bank says, “We are confident that today’s youth, given the skills and opportunities, will lead us toward a peaceful, sustainable, and prosperous future.”

With its cutting-edge EdTech solutions, LEAD is committed to helping Indian students emerge as global citizens. If you want your students to have an education of ‘international standards,’ which perfectly aligns with NEP 2020, feel free to contact us at +91 86828 33333 or [email protected].

Article Summary

  • NEP focuses on training Indian students to be global citizens
  • Children of the 21st century must have skills such as: Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and imagination and Critical Thinking
  • International Standard Curriculum at LEAD helps children become more confident and future-ready
  • Smart classrooms pave the way for interactive learning and promote better conceptual clarity
  • Readily available teaching tools and helpful resources make learning easy and effective
  • Integration of coding & computational skills help students think logically & computationally, and build apps, games and websites
  • Students develop superior english skills with ELGA
  • Students get access to 100% classroom content at home using integrated learning app
  • Students get exposure beyond their curriculum via celebrity masterclasses, championships and conferences
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Prajakta Sakpal

Prajakta is a Content Marketing Manager at LEAD. She is an IIT Kanpur alumnus and has extensive experience in the ed-tech domain. She believes education is the premise of progress, for an individual, for a family, and for society.

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