The first week of October is celebrated as the Joy of Giving week. So, it is time to make time for others—-people as well as animals. Do your bit and spread cheer around.
Category: October 2013
What role do sand dunes play along the coast? How do they act as a natural barrier and protect the coast from strong winds? How are they formed and are there different types of sand dunes? This edition of Classroom Update takes us on a reading journey about sand dunes and their importance in our natural environments.
Chintan Girish Modi
This month’s focus on people making a difference in education is on Ravi Gulati who runs an NGO called Manzil. Manzil serves the children of housemaids, electricians, drivers and servants. Read all about this inspiring effort.
Reverse engineering is the thorough examination of a device or a product to understand its mechanism and the way it functions. It can be used in different fields. By using this principle in the classroom, children’s curiosity is increased and they learn to grow holistically. An important point to keep in mind is to ensure that teachers create working models of the curriculum and relate them to real life applications.Read More