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[1 Dec 2016 | Comments Off on Doodle it to discover it | ]

Ramya Sriram

Which child doesn’t enjoy cartoons? One or the other has caught every child’s fascination. So let’s make the most of the idea and laugh our way into learning.

December 2016, Windows »

[1 Dec 2016 | Comments Off on Making film, making the mind | ]

Matthew Baganz

The multiple intelligence theory is quite a popular theory but perhaps not always a practical one. How should a teacher with 60 children in class cater to each student’s intelligence and finish teaching her subject? The answer might lie in a film making project.

December 2016, Windows »

[1 Dec 2016 | Comments Off on The art behind learning | ]

Jane Sahi

Why is art always seen as an “extra” curricular activity in school? Art can and should become an integral part of the learning system. From her 40 years of using art as a medium of teaching, the author tells readers how art can be integrated into everyday schooling.

December 2016, Windows »

[1 Dec 2016 | Comments Off on The basis of arts-based education | ]

Madhulika Sagaram

Using the arts as a teaching-learning approach. Fascinating, isn’t it? But not practical you say? See how arts can become the medium of teaching the more “regular” subjects in school.