Articles in the September 2010 Category
Editorial, September 2010 »
We have just celebrated India’s 63rd year of independence and with each passing year August 15 is turning out to be just a day for rituals and paying lip service to the nation. With Teachers’ Day round the corner let us set aside this sense of ritual and adopt one of enthusiasm, faith and trust.
Primary Pack, September 2010 »
Put down your chalks, dusters and textbooks. Find here are some fun ways of introducing numbers and basic mathematical concepts to young children.
September 2010, Tool Kit »
Unwind, relax and enjoy this Teachers’ Day. Forget the textbooks and classes for this one day and bond with each other playing these games.
Comment, September 2010 »
Whether we like it or not CCE is here to stay. For those of us who find it difficult to shift focus from the old style of evaluation to this more demanding one this article tells us how we can begin to continuously and comprehensively evaluate children.
Let's Experiment!, September 2010 »
Observing the reactions of the halogens, especially chlorine is quite easy with Small Scale Chemistry. Here we give some experiments that you could try out.
Classroom Update, September 2010 »
Comprehension–a simple yet difficult skill to develop. How does one teach comprehension? What is the idea behind comprehension exercises in grammar? Are comprehension passages just aimed at children providing answers after reading the given text? This article answers all these questions.
Debate, September 2010 »
Read the continuing RtE debate in Teacher Plus. This is the perspective of yet another person working with an alternative school.
September 2010, The Other Side »
Discipline is an important aspect of education. Unless a child is disciplined gathering and assimilating knowledge is difficult. And this is not something that the school alone can achieve. The family plays a very important role in inculcating discipline in a child.
Student mobility is a problem that every school is familiar with. While you can’t stop this from happening there are ways to deal with transient students. This principal writes to tell how you can make student transfers smooth for both you and the student.