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August 2010, Editorial »

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Sometimes wisdom comes from the most casual and incidental of conversations. Discussing a vision statement made by an educational institution, …

2010, August 2010, Primary Pack »

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Cynthia D’Costa
Priya lived in a small village named Vidynagar. She was quite excited. You see, her tenth birthday was …

August 2010, Tool Kit »

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Stories are always fascinating and there are so many things one can teach or learn from them. Take away history, science and life skills lessons from this story.

August 2010, Classroom Update »

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Are your students unenthusiastic about their economics classes? Do you feel you are losing their attention too often? This article, using the topic of recession, gives you tips to engage your students and make you economics classes interactive.

August 2010, Debate »

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This parent has chosen not to send his daughter to school. As this father calls it, he ‘unschools’ 8 year old Kanku. Read this very different perspective on the RtE.

August 2010, Debate »

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Indian education is slowly coming to terms with the RtE even as the debates continue. Adjustments and compromises are being made both by the government and the various stakeholders. The ongoing RtE debate in Teacher Plus.

August 2010, Let's Experiment! »

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Using the concept of Small Scale Chemistry detailed in the last issue of Teacher Plus, here is how you can experience concepts in electrochemistry.

August 2010, Project »

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Unveil the miracle of bamboo by undertaking this project with your students. See how bamboo weaves English, history, culture and sport.

Ask and Answer, August 2010 »

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The row wise arrangement of benches and desks may be convenient in most Indian classrooms but this is not a very inspiring seating arrangement. Here’s how you can shake away the boredom and reinvent your classroom despite the small space.

August 2010, Things to Think About »

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Reading as an activity is not really encouraged in the average Indian school. Various organizations working in the field of education including governments are attempting to change this. But are they doing it the right way?