B.P.Ed stands for Bachelor of Physical Education. It is an undergraduate degree in sports, sports science, guidance, counselling and outdoor education. B.P.ed is a three years course which requires candidates to have eligibility criteria of 10+2. Students meeting the educational standard of a minimum of… Read More »B.P.Ed


The term BYOD is an abbreviation for Bring Your Own Device. It is a concept that concentrates more on the device than on the technology. It has a narrower purview. The devices include mobile phones, laptops, hard drives, tablets, and likewise.  BYOD is more about… Read More »BYOD


BYOT or Bring Your Own Technology refers to a policy that allows students and employees to get their own electronic devices to their educational institute and workplace. Students are better acquainted and proficient with their own technology devices than with the institution owned technology, making… Read More »BYOT

Bursar’s Office

The Bursar’s Office is responsible for billing and collection of the university’s day-to-day charges. These charges include student tuition fees, technology fees, student activity fees, insurance fees, and so on. The Bursar’s Office acts as the institution’s treasurer and helps the institute manage its domestic… Read More »Bursar’s Office

Block Scheduling

Block scheduling is a classroom schedule designation system for students. It is a part of the American education system and is used in some Indian schools and colleges as well. In this teaching method, each student has to attend four class periods daily instead of… Read More »Block Scheduling


Brainstorming refers to a method of lateral thinking in conjunction with an easy approach to problem-solving. Alex Osborn, a Madison Avenue advertising executive, expanded the original approach and published it in his book, Applied Imagination in 1953. Since then, researchers have made several improvements to… Read More »Brainstorming

Brain-Based Learning

The Glossary of Education Reform defines brain-based learning based on teaching methods, lesson designs, and school programs in cognizance with the latest scientific research. It shows how the brain learns, which helps to understand the students’ different learning skills based on age, maturity, and cognition.… Read More »Brain-Based Learning

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a systematic classification of cognitive skills that facilitate teachers and students in the classroom. Benjamin Bloom invented the concept in 1956. He made this system in collaboration with Max Englehart, Edward Furst, Walter Hill, and David Krathwohl. They published a structure called… Read More »Bloom’s Taxonomy

Blended Learning

Blended learning is the merging of in-person teaching and online educational materials. It is the practice of using both elements (offline and online) for effective learning and experience. The physical presence of both the student and teacher is an essential part of this process. For… Read More »Blended Learning

Bilingual Learning

Bilinigual Learning Meaning The term bilingual learning refers to learning the educational content in two languages. One is a native language, and another is a secondary language. It is a medium of instruction for students and is also a part of the school curriculum. Bilingual… Read More »Bilingual Learning