Are Humanoids Teaching Indian Kids?
Science has been surprising us since forever! From giving us computer to mobile, it has been helping and serving us with delightful discoveries. However, science traveled a whole new path when they walked on the road not taken before—Robots, Cyborgs, and Humanoids. But have you ever imagined that someday some humanoid or cyborg would become a part of your daily life? No, never!
Your mind might be blown away, but this imagination just turned into a reality for the students of Indus International School, Bangalore (IISB). IISB was on cloud nine as they introduced their humanoid teacher under the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM). To everyone’s surprise, the students of the school are being taught by a humanoid! A whole new aspect that completely blew away the minds of students and the teachers along with the heads of other institutions!
Humanoid Teacher: Boon or Curse?
The mind-blowing idea was put forward by the CEO of IISB Lt. General Arjun Ray, PVSM, VSM (Retd.). A visionary par excellence, Mr. Arjun Ray initiated this CLM for the students of Grades 7, 8, and 9. The humanoid excels majorly in several subjects such as physics, biology, chemistry, history, and geography. You might think that they are only making things worse as they will be replacing teachers with these humanoids. But that’s not the case at all! They are only implementing these humanoids to help the teachers. You see, the humanoid is teaching what’s present in Google. None can deny the fact that we all consider Google as our one-stop solution for every query or problem. So here’s a Humanoid version of Google which will provide answers to every head-scratching question of the students! It will, undoubtedly, help the teachers to teach in a more systematic way.
Creativity Strategy or Marketing Strategy?
Though there is no doubt that it is a great initiative to focus the student’s concentration toward studies, it is also a big marketing strategy which will only make the IISB unbeatable when it comes to bringing in new challenges or ideas. But does anyone really pay any heed when life is so beautiful? Sure, it is a great marketing strategy, but it is only helping the students to learn more and the teachers to enlighten the students more about their particular field of interest.
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