Articles in the August 2007 Category
August 2007, Ecowatch »
Schools are meant to prepare you for life. But how prepared will you be if they don’t teach you about your own region? Citing Ladakh as an example this article asserts the importance of “locale specific learning.”
August 2007, Comment »
Lakshmi Rameshwar Rao
How importan is punishment to discpline a child? Are there other ways of discplining children? Read to find out.
August 2007, Classroom Update »
Have your students found collocations confusing? Well, they need not by. Find out why.
Ask and Answer, August 2007 »
Teaching is an extremely important job and it is necessary that teachers are porfessional in their work.
August 2007, Primary Pack »
There are no arguments when it comes to the fact that children enjoy learning when there are games involved. Here are a few games that primary teachers can make use of in their classrooms to teach.
August 2007, Scrapbook »
In the 18th century fans were used as a means of communication! Read to find out the history of the fan and its various uses.
August 2007, Things to Think About »
We have often heard debates about schools having uniforms versus not having them. Which side of the argument are you on? Read to find out why the author believes that schools should have unifroms.
August 2007, Resources »
Usha Mukunda & Sunila Rau
What is an open library? How different is it from a regular library? Will your school or neighbourhood have greater attendance because of the nature of the library?
August 2007, Thinkers and Educators »
In her series on great thinkers and educators from India, the author in this issues writes about Rabindranath Tagore’s idea of education.