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by Harekrushna Behera
Why is this child in your class always irritable? Why is that one so stubborn? How do you react to such children? Do you feel they are trouble makers? This article offers a few helpful tips on what it takes to educate a child.

Maths, The e-learning Way

by Rashmi Kathuria
If you ask what subject they fear the most, eight out of ten will say mathematics. Why is this? Perhaps there is a need to reinvent the way the subject is taught to get more students to realize how fascinating it can be. A math teacher share with us her experiences of using e-tools to teach math.

Did You Know?

by M V Pattabhiraman
We all know that when something falls it will come down and not go up. But this author experienced something strange. When in neutral gear his car actually went up a hill! Read to find out why this happened.

A Framework for Change

Shalini Advani Schools are, or they ought to be, dynamic, changing organisations if they are to be effective in educating our children. A school which does not think about how to develop, how to constantly grow, is a dead organisation Read More …

A Special Kind of Learning

by Pawan Singh
Remember those times you taught a younger sibling or were taught by an older brother or sister? The author shares his experience of learning from his older cousins.

Come Into My Parlour

by S Upendran
If you have ever wondered why the rooms in your house are called what they are called then you will find an answer to two such rooms–drawing room and bathroom–in this article.

Creating New Learning Spaces

by Manish Jain
Lots of schools in India are waking up to the fact that education has to be child centered and not teacher centered. But is that good enough? If a child has to learn things that he should know then education should not just be child centered but child-led. In part II of his article, the author elaborates on this idea.

Violence and Response

by Kavita Anand
Violence is inherent in human beings and if we don’t want our children to grow up with daggers drawn at each other then we should take care that we meet their bad behaviour with compassion and persuasion rather than punishment or hatred.


The school has to be unquestionably an ‘organic unit’ which offers numerous fulfilling experiences.