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April 2013, Tea Break »

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Chintan Girish Modi
With summer in the air and vacation on your timetable, here’s a good time to indulge in some …

April 2013, Editorial »

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Summer is upon us again, bringing with it the heat and the piles of papers that signify final examinations. As …

April 2013, Primary Pack »

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Usha Pandit

Find out how and why the arts and crafts are the best way for young children to learn and grow.

April 2013, Gender Bender »

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Neerja Singh

We are living in such times when young people, at every possible opportunity, are receiving false messages of the right of male superiority. In such times it is only the teachers who can build a citizenry that truly believes in equality.

April 2013, Comment »

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Adrian Tennant

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation has received a lot of criticism from different quarters of the educational arena including the teachers who practice it. But a system that gives every student a chance to show what he/she can do rather than can’t has to be good. So what we really need is to provide teachers with a lot of support, besides developing tools and frameworks that fit the textbooks, to ensure that CCE is properly implemented.

April 2013, Ask and Answer »

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Manaswini Sridhar

This one is for the parents who are interested in contributing to their children’s growth. Read on to see how parents can work with teachers and the school to ensure their children’s success.

April 2013, Interventions »

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Usha Chandrasekaran

A group of B.Ed trainees and their teachers come together, as part of a project, to help teachers in a neighbouring government school identify and teach children with cognitive and linguistic learning difficulties.

April 2013, Let's Experiment! »

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Yasmin Jayathirtha

Looking for experiments that illustrate chemical changes? Here are a few of them.

April 2013, First Steps »

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Aditi Mathur and Ratnesh Mathur

Why is it that we curb children from expressing any of the so called “negative” emotions? Feeling angry and sad is as natural as feeling happy. It is important that we feel all our emotions and not withold any.

April 2013, Classroom Management »

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Gita Krenek

Disobedience is common trait in children. If we don’t learn to handle disobedience properly, things can get out of hand. Here are a few suggestions on how to react with disobedient students.