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August 2014, Editorial »

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The last issue of the magazine marked our 25th anniversary and celebrated the role of teachers in today’s complex education …

August 2014, Primary Pack »

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Neerja Singh
‘Measurement’ as a lesson is a classic example of how removed our classroom can be from life around …

August 2014, Things to Think About »

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Rupa Ramachandran
The topic of learning difficulties has been in and out of the limelight for some time now. Much talked …

August 2014, Things to Think About »

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Bubla Basu
Long before we were attacked by the likes of Pokemon, Schulz cartooned Peanuts for entire families to enjoy. There …

August 2014, Math Speak »

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Monica Kochar
The market is flooded with learning material for primary and middle school maths lessons. However, for senior classes the …

August 2014, Project »

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Sujata C
The Earth is the only known planet with a soil cover. The word ‘Earth’ originally meant soil, later …

August 2014, Nature Watch »

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Geetha Iyer
“What sort of insects do you rejoice in, where you come from?” the Gnat inquired.
“I don’t rejoice in insects …

August 2014, Let's Experiment! »

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Yasmin Jayathirtha
During the holidays one takes a break from classes, curriculum, and the day-to-day planning of lessons. It is at …

August 2014, Teaching Practice »

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Geetika Saluja
The 21st century demands that we all know how to think – to reason, analyze, weigh evidence, solve problems …

August 2014, Ecowatch »

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V Santharam
Having introduced students to nature and the outdoors, how can we ensure that their interest in their surroundings and …