Some ideas and thoughts to go beyond rote memorization and regurgitation. What can be done to encourage analysis, critical thinking and problem-solving in education? This blog is written by Prajakta Mahajan.

Prajakta has 20+ years of IT experience. She has worked on IT solutions for a wide range of clients, from business start-ups to big multinational corporations. Before joining the field of Education, Prajakta has worked in the US and India for i-flex (Oracle Financials), Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management, Kanbay (Cap Gemini) and consulted with small Indian IT offshore companies. Prajakta launched www.thefreemath.org with the aim of providing free and quality math education to all. She set up and led Pratham’s IT initiatives and managed Educational Solutions Development, Educational Apps Development and Data Tracking and Analytics for over two years. She also contributed in Digital Content Development. She is associated with Project Udaan by Save Indian Farmers. The blog posts are her personal views. Currently, she offers consulting services in IT and using Technology for Education. For more details, visit www.dataspect.in

IMG_0379शिक्षणात ‘घोका आणि ओका’ ऐवजी वेगळे काय करता येईल? स्वतंत्र विचार, विश्लेषण, वेगवेगळ्या पर्यायांचा, वेगवेगळ्या अंगाने शोध घेणे या कौशल्यांना कशी चालना देता येईल याबद्दलचे काही विचार, काही कल्पना. लेखन :- प्राजक्ता महाजन

प्राजक्ताने माहिती तंत्रज्ञान क्षेत्रात छोट्या आणि मोठ्या कंपन्यांमध्ये, भारतात आणि अमेरिकेत, 20+ वर्षे काम केलेले आहे. मराठीत गणिताचे धडे असलेले
www.thefreemath.org हे संकेतस्थळ सुरू केले आणि प्रथम या संस्थेच्या तंत्रज्ञान विभागाचे २ वर्षे नेतृत्व केले. Save Indian Farmers या संस्थेच्या उडान प्रकल्पाशीही ती निगडित आहे. इथल्या लेखांमधली मते वैयक्तिक आहेत.

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