Teacher Plus talks to Asiya Shervani, Education Consultant, to try and understand what a corporate school means.
Simple yet effective methods to teaching primary math concepts.
Corporate schools, entities that educationists love to hate. And yet every street corner in India houses a corporate school. What are these corporate schools? Why are they so in demand? With all their flaws maybe these schools doing something right to make them so popular? An attempt to demystify corporate schools.
How can you teach children to read? Simple. By learning to read and enjoying reading yourself.
Is a caring teacher really an oxymoron? By expecting our teachers to discipline our children are we taking away the natural human instinct to care? Naturally caring for their students shouldn’t be an option that is given to teachers, it should be the norm.
Show and tell is a popular teaching-learning technique in the primary classes for very obvious reasons. But there are several other important reasons, not so obvious, as to why show and tell should be used more often by the primary school teacher.
Absentiesm is a chronic problem, especially in rural schools whose students often have to decide between going to school and working to earn a living. Can we think of innovative solutions to help such students stay in school?
Poems are not meant to be taught but experienced. Dissecting a poem to arrive at its meaning only kills the beauty of the poem. Students have to be given the space and the freedom to interpret a poem for themselves.
Technology is making waves in the field of education everywhere. Why then has it not really taken off in India? What are the problems that we should consider in this country when building tech driven teachig tools? What kind of EdTech tools are available to us inspite of the many problems?
Of late there has been a lot of noise about conserving and preserving nature. Meets and talks are held on improving nature education in schools. Amidst all this din are schools implementing nature education the way it should be? What are we doing to bring practical changes in nature education in schools?