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Forum, May 2008 »

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Counsel the adults first
Children are largely guided by the adults in their lives – the parents and the teachers. As …

May 2008, Notes from a Teacher's Diary »

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Shakuntala Jaisinghani
Kanika was a brilliant student, with a bright future ahead of her. She passed her secondary exam, topping the merit list of the State Board.

May 2008, Project »

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Usha Raman
You get up in the morning with an uneasy feeling that you’ve forgotten to do something, that there are too many things unfinished… sounds disturbingly familiar?

May 2008, Resources »

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Usha Mukunda
Ask some 8 to 10 year-olds what they understand by peace, and the answers you get will make you stop and think.

Classroom Update, May 2008 »

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Saroja Sreekanth
Proficiency in algebra is now considered all important as it forms the basis of higher maths.

Comment, May 2008 »

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Lalit Kishore
Children are among the most important assets of a nation. However, while they have become the focal point of development and education policy, effective implementation is necessary for the benefits of these policies to reach every child in India.

Focus, May 2008 »

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C Radhika
A baby’s first words are mama, dada, tata. As the baby grows older and develops her (his) communication skills you will notice these simple words replaced with the more complex why, what, who and where.

May 2008, Time Out »

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Sujata C
Anyone would think a playground is a harmless place. But it is the most common place for injuries considering …

Did You Know?, May 2008 »

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As any grandmother will tell you, your body does not need an ice cold soda can to cool it down …

May 2008, Words Unlimited »

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S Upendran
A couple of months ago, while writing about culinary insults (Teacher Plus, March), I had concluded the article by saying that in the next instalment I would explain, or at least attempt to explain, why Americans are called ‘Yankees’ and the English, ‘Limeys’