Interesting and disappointing at the same time Your library articles in the August 2008 issue, especially the ones discussing the experiences of two different organisations in taking libraries to people in two different settings, were very interesting and informative. However, Read More …

Shaping learning in mathematics

Rashmi Kathuria
The teaching and learning of mathematics is an art. Somebody once rightly said, “One extra step taken by a teacher to help students can make a difference in their lives.”

Let your imagination flow

Sheela Ramakrishnan and Rajika Dhiren
Teacher Plus has been as a mantra talking about the project method to deliver content in the classroom as a means of tapping into the innate resources of the child and also to make the classroom a stimulating place.

A library in a community

Damini Sud
Pratham’s (An NGO working toward the betterment of the poorer communities including children) community libraries are situated in bastis that comprise 200-250 households.

A report card for teachers

Manish Jain
These days there is much talk of teachers as ‘facilitators’ and the need to move from being the ‘sage on the stage’ to the ‘guide on the side’ in the classroom setting.

Brainstorming in the classroom

Devyani Pandit
Brainstorming is now a commonly used technique for generating creative ideas and gearing up the process of innovation in industries and companies.