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Manish Jain
Straws and potatoes can be used to explain some simple laws of physics. Here are a few experiments which can be tried out in the class or by students on their own. Not only can children have fun with these toys, they can also learn a lot along the way.

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Arun Elassery
The mainstream educational discourse stridently insists that science and mathematics are the most important and also the most difficult …

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Compiled by Sanjana Krishnan
On the 17th of January, students of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, set up an exhibition called Paradigm. …

Interactives, May-June 2015 »

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Tejasvi Dantuluri
There is a growing apathy in students towards science. One reason (or misconception) is that it is a …

Interactives, May-June 2015 »

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Kripa Gowrishankar and Richard Fernandes
Galileo is credited with discovering the laws of the simple pendulum. It is a much told …