Purvi Shah My experiences as a student have largely defined the way I view my children’s education. Having done well academically all my life it was only when I attended my MBA classes at NMIMS that I started questioning...Read More
Category: August 2012
The rains have finally come and the planet is soaking in some much needed water. While this brings a smile to our faces, there is also the flip side–the problems that schools face. No matter how well prepared we are, the monsoon manages to surprise us every time. Apart from battling runny noses and wet classrooms, teachers have to understand that their students’ lives, during this season, outside the classroom cannot be ignored. Teachers have to learn to acknowledge and work with these realities.Read More
Little minds, always curious, gather a lot of information from their surroundings. Some of which may be right and some wrong. Their prior knowledge often leads to misconceptins forming. Here’s looking at a few common misconceptions in science and how teachers can uncover these misconceptions and work with the students to remove them.