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Anusiya, a 9th grader from Lalitpur Myadhamik Vidhyala claimed to be an introvert who enjoyed spending time by herself writing stories and poems.

After 7 weeks of creative computing where she had to constantly work in a group, her feelings toward working collaboratively has changed drastically.

"Before joining Karkhana's #CreativeCompiting classes at Innovation Hub Kathmandu. I was not a big fan of working in groups. I was always afraid of letting the group members down and thought working alone is always more efficient”, she says.

"I never knew working in a group could be so much fun. We can discuss problems and ideas with each other, and when one person from the group learns, every member of the group learns too. I wish classes at school allowed us the same freedom to work in groups", shared Anusiya.

She now also claims to work much better in a noisy environment after attending Karkhana's classes.
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With school leaders, policy makers and educators concerned about the path, the current education system is taking, there is a need for incorporating arts, poetry, and maker based activities to break the monotony of the system.
Niladri Parial, who is also advocating for progressive education system covers the Innovation in Education Fair 2016 aimed at addressing this issue . The event, co-organized by Karkhana, Quixote's Cove, Srijanalaya and supported by Danish Centre for Culture and Development and the U.S. Embassy, Nepal was held on 5,6 and 7th August, 2016.
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