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In Conversation, October 2016 »

[3 Oct 2016 | Comments Off on A curriculum for collaborative learning | ]

Ankita Rajasekharan

The IB is fast becoming the most sought after learning methodology. Why is that? What is life like for an IB teacher? Does he/she work differently from other teachers? A conversation with four IB teachers reveals the answers to these questions.

August 2016, In Conversation »

[1 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on For a brighter tomorrow | ]

Ankita Rajasekharan

Dr. Siva Kumari is the first Indian and the first woman to hold the post of the Director General of the International Baccalaureate. Teacher Plus caught up with her on a recent visit to India. Excerpts from an interview.

February 2014, In Conversation »

[3 Feb 2014 | Comments Off on Dealing with learning problems | ]

Nagalakshmi Balakrishnan
A conversation with an occupational therapist whose focus is on children in mainstream schools who have behavioural problems . Setting up support systems for these children and interacting with parents, teachers and the children themselves is part of her well thought out strategy. Read on to know more.

In Conversation, January 2014 »

[3 Jan 2014 | Comments Off on Digital learning: the future of education | ]

Divya Choudary

That there is a lot of potential for technology in education is a fact. With schools too busy completing their syllabus, a lot of private players have entered into the market offering students the experience of digital learning. Teacher Plus in conversation with Sameer Bora, Head R&D, Next Education.

In Conversation, September 2008 »

[31 Aug 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

Pooja Vijay
Hardly any of us realise that our teachers have lives outside of the classroom.

In Conversation, September 2008 »

[31 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]

Chintan Girish Modi
Mrs. Anne Fernandes taught us English at school. And she taught much else.

In Conversation, September 2008 »

[31 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

Pawan Singh
I remember her voice, her saris and the way she wore her long hair – tied loosely to cascade naturally.

In Conversation, September 2008 »

[31 Aug 2010 | Comments Off on Let’s keep it simple | ]

Soren Wagesh
When I reached class six, the school I went to decided that we needed more practice with numbers and theorems and therefore allotted two extra classes for the teaching of mathematics every alternate day.

In Conversation, September 2008 »

[31 Aug 2010 | Comments Off on Akka gave me a life | ]

Janaki akka was much more than a teacher for me. She gave me a life I might never have had otherwise.

In Conversation, June 2007 »

[2 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Stretching the canvas | ]

Teachers have very few platforms to come together to discuss ideas. Here Teacher Plus makes an attempt to bring together a few interested teachers to discuss the role that art plays in education.