Articles in the July 2009 Category
July 2009, Things to Think About »
Mothers have amazing teachers called children.
July 2009 »
Chintan Girish Modi
“They eat meat; I won’t play with them,” said my seven year-old cousin from Vadodara, of his Muslim friends, a year after the riots in Gujarat, post-Godhra. It struck me hard.
The Sixth Pay Commission’s recommendations that teachers be given substantially higher salaries is a welcome, if belated, recognition of the role of the academic community in building the foundations of our democracy.
July 2009 »
As we got to reminiscing about the 20 years that Teacher Plus had been in existence, we decided to add to our stock of memories by asking past editors and those involved in creating the magazine to share with us pages from their Teacher Plus scrapbooks.
Dr. Lalit Kishore
Ever since science has become a part of environmental studies at the elementary school level, its importance is being neglected in the curriculum.
Ask and Answer, July 2009 »
Children who are aggressive in the classroom provide a considerable challenge to the teacher.
Classroom Update, July 2009 »
One of the topics that is covered in nearly all syllabi, whether state or central, is health and disease.
July 2009, Words Unlimited »
A week before the place of leisure throws open its doors, the ‘eager’ beavers of ‘one form’ gravitate to their favourite stationary shop to buy the new ‘feathers’ and ‘little tails’ they require to keep themselves entertained in the garden.
In teaching and learning, questions are a regularly used tool… Teachers use ‘Why’ questions with children as young as 5 years. But what do we want to teach the children through these questions?