Seetha Anand Vaidyam and Usha Raman
Chess, pacheesi, snakes and ladders, hop-scotch, kite flying—all traditional games that go far beyond just entertaining the players. Get you children to do a project on traditional games and open up for them a world of culture, values, history, geography, and much more.
Girls from NASR school, Hyderabad displayed their knowledge and skills in science, art, and math through models and exhibits at their annual Science, Art and Math exhibition.
Do you find the teaching of a concept, particularly an abstract concept difficult? Why not try using analogies? Here’s how and why using an analogy will make concepts a lot easier to teach and learn.
You learn as you play. This was the thought behind the two board games reviewed in this article. These board games are ideal for pre-primary school children to learn about people and their surroundings.
School counsellors have a tough job as they have to handle a very volatile group of people. In a country where school counsellors are a new breed and have very little support, this book is a very important resource.
The spotlight on this times Naturewatch is the Fiddler crab. Learn about these asymmetrical yet beautiful creatures.
History teachers have it the toughest when it comes to making their class lively and interesting. However it is not an impossible feat to achieve. This teacher shares her experiences.
Learn a few more magic tricks to awe your audience even as you internalize a little more chemistry.
Sexual abuse and harassment are so rampant today that even schools are no longer safe. It is extremely important that teachers and students are made aware of this malise and that schools have sexual harassment cells to help victims cope with the trauma.
Feedback is an extremely necessary if you want to be a good teacher. How can you gather feedback about you as a teacher? Here’s how.