Imagine a room full of children, heads down, diligently writing their exam and no adult to monitor them! Invigilator-less exams are a new concept that some schools are adopting as a way of helping students internalize values such as discipline and honesty.
Chintan Girish Modi
A writer reflects on his journey as a freelance educator.
Here is a wonderful example of how learning can be fun, interactive and can also be turned into a game or a challenge.
Do your students know how to give a good speech? What constitutes a good speech? How can the speaker engage the attention of the audience? Here is an interesting session on anecdotal learning, and you , as a teacher, can takeaway important lessons from this article.
A touching poem about the thoughts of a new born girl upon learning that she is unwanted.
Is there a major ‘boy crisis’ in the country? In all the talk about women empowerment and increase in female enrolment in educational institutions, are we leaving the boys behind? Read up this interesting article and make sure there is some reflection on your part.
Fairy tales are all nice and wonderful to read but when little children ask you difficult questions about these tales you thought were quite harmless you have to stop and think about fairy tales in a whole new light.
Let us not relegate museums to the itenerary of the tourist alone. Being a storehouse of knowledge, museums can become wonderful learning spaces for the interested.
Libraries are no longer simply storehouses for books. Librarians everywhere are taking that extra step to make reading a habit among their users. See how this librarian got students from her school excited to read.
Kirthi Jayakumar Children are highly impressionable. Think of them on the lines of a sponge: the propensity for absorption of influences from around them is exceptionally high. They, therefore, emulate and incorporate behavioural proclivities through observation. If a parent is Read More …