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  • Best Coaching Class | The Why Academy | Mumbai

    CLASS Dream YOUR LIVE CLASS FOR SCIENCE & MATHS Try For Free WHA T MAKES US THE ONE FOR YOU Boost your scores with strategic problem solving Learn from the best faculty Experience High Energy sessions with personalized attention Understand concepts like never before HIGH-ENERGY SESSIONS WITH PERSONALIZED ATTENTION 1. Seamless interaction with teachers on chat, audio, or video 2. Get hooked to learning with live rewards & recognition in class 3. Platform-generated analytics help us keep you interested and engaged Saumya Dwivedi, RN Podar School Mumbai, says ... Most online classes are boring and monotonous, but in The Why Academy's online sessions, it is easy to communicate with the teachers, which makes it interactive and fun. Ideal for you if you are easily distracted and want to increase focus, or if you learn better with greater student-teacher interactions. Explore Our Courses UNDERSTAND CONCEPTS like never before 4. 5. 6. Engage LIVE with the teacher Concepts made easy with interactive simulations Get your doubts cleared by the teacher LIVE during the class Shaurya Singh, RN Podar School Mumbai, says ... In The Why Academy's online classes, teachers' make sure that concepts are explained clearly and no doubt is left unsolved. "If you are looking for a way to learn challenging concepts in a fun and effective manner. Try For Free BOOST YOUR SCORES with strategic problem solving 7. 8. 9. Level-wise problem solving practice to create a strategic mindset within the students Detailed analysis & feedback to create personalized improvement plan for you High energy gamified quizzing as you maximize your scores Vasudha Tiwari, RN Podar School Mumbai, says ... I loved every quiz and question-answer session. Even the assessment and testing is so much fun, that you get to increase your scores and boost your memory without having to take any stress.​ If you wish to target your weak points and learn the right way to maximize your scores, then The Why Academy's approach is the right choice for you! Learn More Explore Our Other Features

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    To see this working, head to your live site. Categories All Posts My Posts Forum Welcome! Join the discussions and connect with The Why Academy community. Create New Post Latest CBSE News Share stories, ideas, pictures and more! Views Posts 7 Follow Grade 9 Share your stories, ideas, questions, photos and more. Connect with our community of students, parents, and educators. Views Posts 6 Follow Grade 10 Share your stories, ideas, questions, photos and more. Connect with our community of students, parents, and educators. Views Posts 5 Follow Grade 11 Share your stories, ideas, questions, photos and more. Connect with our community of students, parents, and educators. Views Posts 0 Follow Grade 12 Share your stories, ideas, questions, photos and more. Connect with our community of students, parents, and educators. Views Posts 0 Follow New Posts simran1679 May 03, 2022 How to Boycott Distracting Habits Grade 9 Habits begin with a cue, or a trigger to act. Walking into dark room cues you to perform an action that will enable sight. Next comes a craving for a change in state – in this case, to be able to see. Then comes our response, or action – flicking the light switch. The final step in the process, and the end goal of every habit, is the reward. If your performance does not satisfy you, it becomes your trigger. Then rises the need to improve it, the techniques for which we discussed in our last article. But it is important to actively let go of those habits that interfere with newly formed productive ones. Increase friction for bad habits Despite having all the motivation to study, we get digressed as we have a habit of logging in 3 hours on social media or Netflix , or PS4. If you want to waste less time in front of the TV, unplug it and take the batteries out of the remote. Doing so will introduce enough friction to ensure you only watch when you really want to. Validation through apps My all-time favorite is Forest. It functions by allowing you to plant a tree, which will grow with every half hour you spend avoiding your phone. Should you stray from the app, it’ll kill your tree, which may seem inconsequential but you get surprisingly invested. It’s actually incredibly sweet to expand your forest, knowing that everyone represents thirty minutes of hard work. Immediate-return environment Our brains are wired into the immediate-return environment of earlier humans, who weren’t thinking about long-term returns like saving for retirement or sticking to a diet. They were focused on immediate concerns like finding their next meal, seeking shelter. So when you are pursuing habits with a delayed return, try to attach some immediate gratification to them. Eg. when you have decided upon increasing your study time by 30 minutes every day, it will not make a difference in tomorrow’s class test. But if you miss the 30 minutes, that will gratify you. Replace this gratification with putting in 10/- in a jar every time you make the 30 minutes cut. This practice will give you 300 bucks at the end of the month which you can spend on whatever you like. In motion vs taking action “The most effective form of learning is practice, not planning” James Clear, Author, Atomic Habits Sitting to strategize your syllabus, making a schedule, downloading mock tests, forming a group study are all ‘being in motion’. While this is useful, it does not produce results on its own. No matter how many routines you form, you’ll not increase your score incoming exams if you don’t actively engage in studying and memorizing. Starting on schedule, finishing the target exercises of a chapter is taking action. It is producing results by getting off stuff from your to-do list and honing your skills. Student’s Takeaway The aggregation of marginal gains, suggests that there is a tiny margin of improvement in everything you do. Since bad habits interfere in developing good ones, it is important that we get rid of them. Like 1 comment 1 simran1679 Jan 12, 2021 How to Develop a Habit Grade 9 In our previous article, we discussed how Habits are the compound interest of small changes. Hence, it is important to develop a sustained habit of studying to improve our scores. By adopting these 3 techniques, you are bound to see a boost in the long run. 1. Implementation intentions Most of us tend to be too vague about our intentions. To actually follow through on your intentions : Prominent/obvious cues - Instead of putting up motivational posters, put up diagrams, reactivity series, or working of an electric motor so that every time you look at it, you are coerced into studying out of compulsion or even guilt. Definite/precise goals - Instead of forming vague goals like ‘I will study better’, create precise ones like ‘2 hours target to practice all NCERT examples and 2 exercises of Heron’s formula’. This way, when you sit to study, you won’t distract yourself with what to study, where to start, etc. 2. Temptation bundling “More probable behaviors reinforce the less probable ones”. James Clear, Author, Atomic Habits Try taking a behavior that you think of as important but unappealing and link it to a behavior that you’re drawn to – one that will generate a motivating dopamine hit. Pomodoro it- An Italian technique of setting your timer at 25 minutes followed by a break of five minutes; rinse and repeat. Eg. the target is to finish metal and nonmetals. Set up a Pomodoro of 25 minutes, followed by scrolling/walking/chatting whatever you feel like. When the alarm goes off, back to metals Token reward- You know how IG gives you an ‘official blue tick’ after you accumulate a certain number of followers, followed by a silver and gold button on every milestone after that. Similarly, you can give yourself a star every time you complete Chemistry, then physics, then biology. These 3 stars can then be converted into watching an episode of your desired show. This way, even if you don’t want to study, you’ll become conditioned to it if it means you get to watch your favorite show. 3. Make it easily doable “Habits are easier to build when they fit into the flow of your life”. James Clear, Author, Atomic Habits Energy is precious, and the brain is wired to conserve it whenever possible. It is human nature to follow the Law of Least Effort, which states that when deciding between two similar options, people gravitate toward the option that requires the least amount of work. Reduce friction You are more likely to study, if you are part of a peer group that is invested in studying, are into academic co-curricular, etc, even if it is just to save face or be validated by your peers Eg. Instead of calling a friend to discuss a doubt and digressing into gossip, text them to keep it short .Instead of studying on the balcony, with tons of activities of the neighbors to distract you, sit in a quiet corner where you won’t fave these frictions Choose your medium of Learning Visual Learners should draw flow charts, diagrams, use colors , and highlighters while Audio Learners should make acronyms, rhyming words, refer to audiobooks. Like 0 comments 0 simran1679 Jan 12, 2021 Small Change-Big Gain Grade 9 It is easy to overestimate the importance of one defining moment and underestimate the value of making small improvements on a daily basis. We often dismiss small changes because they don’t seem to matter very much at the moment. But when we repeat 1 percent errors, day after day, by replicating poor decisions, duplicating tiny mistakes, and rationalizing little excuses, our small choices compound into toxic results. It’s the accumulation of many missteps—a 1 percent decline here and there— that eventually leads to a problem. If during a flight takeoff from LA, en route to New York, the pilot decided to adjust course 3.5 degrees to the south, the plane’s nose would move just a few feet and it would end up in Washington, DC, miles away from New York. However, If you can get just 1 percent better each day, you’ll end up with results that are nearly 37 times better after one year. Being a student in the 21st century is not fun. With the n number of deadlines, you are overworked and exhausted all the time. Making small routine changes like : sleeping/eating on time, controlling caffeine intake cutting down on study MARATHONS. We target to finish an ENTIRE book within the 12 hours of the night but can’t. The average Attention span is 40 minutes. Without a break after 40 minutes, you begin to wear out and lose your target, which further demotivates you Our education system best suits the traditional learner. Find your style and plan your study around it : Visual Learners should draw flow charts, diagrams, use colors and highlighters Audio Learners should make acronyms, rhyming words, refer to audiobooks Busting the ‘Overnight Success’ Myth When we struggle to build a good habit or break a bad one, it is not because we have lost our ability to improve. It is often because we have not yet crossed the Plateau of Latent Potential. When you finally break through the Plateau of Latent Potential, people will call it an overnight success. The outside world only sees the most dramatic event rather than all that preceded it. But you know that it’s the work you did long ago—when it seemed that you weren’t making any progress—that makes the jump today possible. “We often expect progress to be linear. This can result in a “valley of disappointment” where people feel discouraged after putting in weeks or months of hard work without experiencing any results. However, this work was not wasted. It was simply being stored. It is not until much later that the full value of previous efforts is revealed.” James Clear, Author, Atomic Habits Your outcomes are a lagging measure of your habits. Your weight is a lagging measure of your eating habits. Your knowledge is a lagging measure of your learning habits. You get what you repeat. Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement. Student’s Takeaway Research has shown, starting small makes new habits more likely to stick. If you can get just 1 percent better each day, you’ll end up with results that are nearly 37 times better after one year. Like 0 comments 0 Forum - Frameless

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