I need a help for my brother. He is studying in 10th grade CBSE. He got loss marks in math and he can't follow his school classes. So anyone please suggest a method to find expert tutors with affordable rates to clear his doubts to get decent marks.
I am new to the field of education. I want to open an alternative school some day. Currently, I am exploring different ways of teaching the academic subjects. I went though the different approaches of teaching followed in alternative schools in India. I particularly liked the Mirambika's way of teaching. As you may know, Mirambika is a school in Delhi based on teaching of Sri Aurobindo. It follows project based learning approach to teach most of the subjects (other than languages). I have a few questions about PBL (Project Based learning):
1. How important is it to have online teacher communities? Are they needed or not? Why or why not?
2. What would/should be the salient features of online teacher communities? Do they have to be regional/subject specific/ private-government teachers/ etc ?
3. What are the roles that teacher communities play - are there aspects that online platforms can address and not physical communities?
“Science is not a subject to be taught just through books”, teacher Narendra Sharma said. “If we provide opportunities to children to learn while doing, they are able to learn easily and do not have to take the path of rote-learning."