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Event, September 2007 »

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by Sheel
The Learning Network held its 5th annual conference in Karnataka from Jul 20-22. A report by Teacher Plus.

Comment, September 2007 »

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by Seetha Anand Vaidyam
The objective of education is to gear students for life. But today it seems as if the only important thing is to gear them for examinations. It is high time that schools assessed the situation and brought about a change.

Did You Know?, September 2007 »

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How safe are Compact Fluorescent Lamps?

Scrapbook, September 2007 »

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Did you know that bamboo is the tallest grass? This scrap book gives you more such interesting facts about this grass besides talking about the many uses of bamboo from building to clothes.

Focus, September 2007 »

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by Chandrika Mathur
Non-Hindi people often find it difficult to learn Hindi–whether it is speaking the language or writing it. And teaching Hindi to them also becomes difficult. But here are a few ways to overcome that difficulty.

September 2007, Thinkers and Educators »

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In the month of September who better to talk about than Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan? Deepa Onkar traces the evolution of Radhakrishnan’s vision of modern Indian education.

Last Word, September 2007 »

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Blogging is very common among the young. But among teachers? Blogging is becoming a rage among teachers in the west. Read to find the experiences of a few teachers.

September 2007 »

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by Lucy Pereira
What is your favourite teaching aid? The computer? The television? Or books? With several new and appealing teaching aids, this author says most teachers are forgetting the fist ever teaching aid — the blackboard.

Project, September 2007 »

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Usha Raman

If there’s any motif that is close to being universal, it is bread. Roti, pao, pan, pita, pain… and …

Primary Pack, September 2007 »

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Sheel
Learning by doing is a cliché today; and yet, one can breathe new life into it constantly.