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Finding a way into learning

Urvashi Nangia

Written by Patrick Chamoiseau, School Days, is a disturbing yet beautifully crafted account of the author’s experiences of going to school. Readers can take lessons from the author’s desire to fit-in in another culture and yet stay true to his own.

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The lived life of a school

Gurveen Kaur

How do different schools in India function today? What are children learning in these varied schools experiencing? What happens in a school apart from academic learning? It is these questions that the book, Ethnographies of Schooling in Contemporary India attempts to answer.

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How can your garden grow?

Sadhana Ramchander

Gardening is an activity that has the potential to teach us a lot of things. Tending a Schoolyard Garden tells us how we can incorporate gardening into the everyday school curriculum along with its benefits. The book also comes with a CD that has many resources that can be of use for the teacher.

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Taking stock of learning

Anjali Sharma

Evaluating learners is an important part of every teacher’s job. It is also the least explored part of a teacher’s job. Assessing Learners–A Pedagogic Resource by Geetha Durairajan is therefore a timely resource.

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