A parent – teacher meeting is always approached with a feeling of apprehension both by the teacher and the parent with the child caught in between. There is criticism and finger -pointing from both sides with little or no room for compromise. What then is the golden rule? Read on to find out.
Peer evaluation seems like an easy enough thing to do. But when you take an online course at the end of which you are asked to evaluate your peers and award them marks it suddenly becomes difficult. The author shares here how she learnt to be fair in her evaluations.
Chintan Girish Modi In the first half of June 2014, I was invited by Snow Leopard Adventures and Ananta Aspen Centre to co-facilitate a programme called Planet Harmony in Rishikesh with a group of 32 high school students from Delhi, Read More …
Here’s an interesting article asking parents to celebrate if their children choose sports as their career.
A student sharing her experience of working on the school magazine.
A heart-warming story of one woman’s effort to practice what she learnt— to bring about change in the lives of people around her.
Teacher Plus which never goes out to market itself recently had an amusing experience at a Kids Fair/School expo that it participated in.
Despite being small, chillar can be the cause of really big worries. A fun article on the problems created because of the lack of chillar.
The first week of October is celebrated as the Joy of Giving week. So, it is time to make time for others—-people as well as animals. Do your bit and spread cheer around.
You are probably aware that if you are a teacher, your students have already fit you into a stereotypical profile. It is time that you surprise them by breaking the stereotype.