Centre for Fundamental Research and Creative Education

Probing Nature     Nurturing Minds

Centre for Fundamental Research and Creative Education  is dedicated to ignite positive change and creative self-actualization through scientific inquiry and education. It brings the full power of the Neuro-Cognitive paradigm into education and excels in empowering students, educators, parents and families on one hand and corporates, professionals and inquiring individuals on the other hand.


CFRCE Participates in LOOPS 13 Conference

CFRCE students Vasudev Shyam and Madhavan Venkatesh formally in their 12th grade at "Sri Kumaran Children's Home" (SKCH), Bangalore, and already accomplished as World-Class Mathematical Physicists in the making participate in the LOOPS 13 conference held at the Perimeter Institute, Canada in July 22-26, 2013.
Sriharsha Sheshanarayan, Abhijith Janardhan and Arvind Shreyas, students of the CFRCE Science Achiever's Mentoring Program pursuing their Master's Program in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Toulouse, France.
The University of California, Santa Barbara awards Nischal Mohan a student of the CFRCE Academic Achiever's Mentoring Program the Global Scholar Certificate of Achievement" in recognition of exceptional academic achievement and potential for continued outstanding success."

           Scientific Inquirer's Program
A customized Credit-based Certificate program for the student passionate in pursuing a career in the pure sciences.

The CFRCE Science Achiever's Program is the perfect program for the serious student of Std 11 and 12 interested in pursuing a career in the pure sciences. It provides the complete preparation necessary to make it to a career at Indian and Foreign Universities. It is also a Credit-Based Certificate Program that enables the student to earn credits throughout the learning that serve to record and document the topics covered. An early exposure to scientific methodology, Inquiry mode of learning and research mindset are the characteristic
features of the program.
          Science Achiever's  Program      
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Recent Research at CFRCE

Science News

Lack of movement and Classroom confinement Retards Brain Development

Source: Huffington Post Education

In the past, based on what they knew about and observed in young children, early childhood teachers designed their programs to meet their students' developmental needs. Play and active learning were considered key tools to accommodate those needs and facilitate the children's education....

...a growing body of research is determining that physical activity activates the brain much more so than doing seatwork. While sitting increases fatigue and reduces concentration, moderate- to vigorous-intensity movement feeds oxygen, water, and glucose to the brain, optimizing its performance. Furthermore, learning by doing creates more neural networks in the brain and throughout the body, making the entire body a tool for learning. Active learning is also more fun and engaging for young children, which means it matters to them and is more likely to encourage lifelong learning.
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