Class 9-10

Let me arise
From rough stone, hard rock
Let me raise myself
Shoulders hunched, leaning forward
Let me stand erect.
Let me recite
From unspoken words, mute stillness
Let Poetry emerge
Like most who have been to school, I felt I was assimilating so much of information every second that the word cramming seemed appropriate! What was troubling was not just the high intake, but not being able to express what ‘I’ thought, felt or understood. How did we as young people see the world – did it seem happy, confusing or conflicting; what did we give importance to; what we liked/disliked vis-à-vis what others would want us to like? What did I think about happiness, family, success, school and friends?

S N Gananath

Remarkable progress in the Information and Communication Technologies (both hardware and R software) in the past decade or so has made it possible for teachers to access quality digital resources and use them either directly or indirectly in the classroom.

What makes it attractive for teachers are some unique features of these resources such as:

 1. Extensive availability

Neeraja Raghavan 

V S Kumar

You may have heard the story of the IIT graduate who started business after completing his B Tech, and Y roped in his Chartered Accountant friend to 'look after the books'. Soon the friend had a problem: he could never balance the cash because the owner, who also had a key to the cash box, would take cash for expenses but never tell him what he took.

Anant Gangola

Devika Narayan 

Shwetha Ram

When I received an email from Giridhar of Azim Premji Foundation that the forthcoming issue of W their newsletter Learning Curve was all about Mathematics, two words instantly popped into my head - Love… and… Hate! And I was pleasantly surprised when I read further on that Learning Curve would like me to narrate my (rather choppy) ride with this intriguingly abominable subject called Math.

Indu Prasad 

My mother has immense faith in her Gods and it is to them that she turns in times of deep trouble. M She turned to them on that day - my day of reckoning – my Class X final Mathematics examination. She saw me off to school at 8 a.m. and went straight in to sit before her Gods in supplication. I returned home at 1 p.m. and there she was - still sitting before them having made every kind of promise in return for a passing grade in Mathematics for her youngest child.

Amita Chudgar

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