English is a West Germanic language that originated in England, and is the first language for most people in the Anglophone Caribbean…
Kalyani Nagarajan Communication skills, especially in English, are the need of the hour. Fluency in English is the magic key to a wide variety of job opportunities. Keeping this in mind, in 2004, Linguaphone, an international English Learning Programme, was Read More …
Ask some 8 to 10 year-olds what they understand by peace, and the answers you get will make you stop and think.
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If you believe that you have to invest a lot to develop or buy teaching-learning materials you are wrong. Here are inexpensive materials you can use from your surroundings to make teaching fun.
The World Wide Web is a tool with immense potential; it allows for collaboration and sharing information in a way that was never possible before.
Panamalai R Guruprasad
Once upon a time, knowledge was transferred from one generation to another by word of mouth. Then came palm leaves, sand trays and the chalkboard.
Usha Mukunda & Sunila Rau
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Meena Raghunathan and Mamata Pandya
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by Rashmi Kathuria
If you ask what subject they fear the most, eight out of ten will say mathematics. Why is this? Perhaps there is a need to reinvent the way the subject is taught to get more students to realize how fascinating it can be. A math teacher share with us her experiences of using e-tools to teach math.