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[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on More Creative Strategies | ]

More Creative Strategies Innovative ideas in any field are always appreciated. I am always trying and working on new ideas and methods of teaching and learning mathematics. It’s a pleasure to share with you that in the July issue of Teacher Plus, I came across a very interesting article “Eventful learning” by Dr. Lalit Kishore. […]

November 2007, Primary Pack »

[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Fun with Set Theory | ]

Shailendra Kumar Gupta
Are you looking for a fun, easy and effective way of teaching set theory? Then your search ends here.

November 2007, Tea Break »

[30 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

Teacher Plus introduces interesting word games for teachers to take a break from everyday school schedules. These games can also be played as a classroom activity, with children, helping them improve their English language skills. The solutions to the games in this series will appear in the next issue. The first three entries with the […]

Comment, November 2007 »

[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Waves of Change | ]

Sandhya Siddharth
There are a lot of things one needs to understand before starting a teacher resource centre. Find out what they are.

November 2007, Thinkers and Educators »

[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on An Educationist for All Times | ]

Deepa Onkar
Our Thinkers and educators this time focuses on Aurobindo and his principles of education

November 2007, Outreach »

[30 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

Dev N Pathak
The philosophy of peace education is easier to preach than practice.

November 2007, Project »

[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Clothes on the line | ]

How clothes can help your class touch upon a variety of concepts from different subject areas – history, geography, science, language, even maths.

Classroom Update, November 2007 »

[30 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Pardon me? | ]

Manaswini Sridhar
Speaking skills in most educational institutions take a backseat, with the result that speaking has become a problem today and companies are forced to spend lavishly on getting their employees to speak the right way – by sounding interested, intelligent and intelligible.

November 2007, Words Unlimited »

[11 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

S Upendran
English continues to be on overdrive when it comes to borrowing from other languages.

November 2007, School Management »

[11 Jun 2010 | One Comment | ]

Parul Sharma
Measuring and rewarding the right kind of performance forms the cornerstone of any well functioning system of incentives.