Chintan Girish Modi
Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk made him a wellknown name in the education circles. After his passing away, his daughter, who describes her father’s work as ‘a love letter to human potential’, has brought out this book. It is meant to be a concise introduction to Sir Ken Robinson’s key ideas and propositions, developed over a lifetime.
The fact that human survival depends on the survival of the ecosystem has not yet fully sunk in. We must strive from all possible directions to help each other understand the importance of the conservation of the environment. In an effort to help his peers, and hopefully the adults, comprehend the gravity of the situation, a young school student brings us this story.
When you think of stories for children, they are usually fantasies or adventures. Then there are the educational books. While it is wonderful to transport children to fantastical worlds, it is also necessary to introduce them to reality; along with magic, they must also come face to face with the ordinary. It is this need that Priyadarshini’s books Unsung Sheroes and Heroes and The Postwoman and Other Stories fulfill.
Inclusive education has been around for a while now, but are those of us who practice it true to the spirit of this concept? Kanwal Singh, while sharing her own experiences, urges her readers to reflect on what inclusive education truly means and how we can achieve it.
If you are looking for a fun yet educative book to teach about organisms living in the inter-tidal zone, pick this one up.
Chintan Girish Modi
The world is changing and so are its institutions, such as marriages and families. And yet when it comes to learning about them in school, we stick to the age-old definitions of these institutions. It is time that we left stereotypes behind and started talking about new-age families. Purnah: the complete parent is a book that nudges us in this direction.
Here is a book on the community of J.Krishnamurti Schools across the country. There are several insights in this book for teachers who want to make learning more meaningful. Tips on how everyday practices can offer teachers valuable opportunities to rethink and reshape their intent to teach can be found in this book.
Indian children’s literature is warming up to climate change and this book is a wonderful and much needed complement to school EVS texts.
The everyday challenges faced by a group of teachers working at a public school that lacks funding and the comical situations that arise every day is what makes this show interesting. Teachers will find the show highly relatable.
Students opt to learn economics to understand man’s relationship with his livelihood needs. However, the conventional approach to teaching and learning economics restricts their understanding of real-life economies. Macroeconomics: An Introduction tells us why pluralism is important when learning economics.