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200 hour yoga teacher training in india

By bodhi yoga | Dec 16, 2017

if you are looking for in depth study of yoga from the very source where yoga was originated, then you are welcome to join our 200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh india from The Bodhi Center. visit this site for more details- https://www.thebodhiyoga.com/200-hours-yoga-teacher-training-india/
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Yoga teacher training in Goa

By ashtak yoga | Aug 22, 2017

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By mdali | Mar 23, 2017

I am pursuing D.EL.ED in regular mode. I am planning to take admission in bachelor degree (distance mode) in the same session. Is my degree valid or not ? If 'yes', then please share any document as a proof.

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Social Science

By anandjayamola19... | Dec 14, 2016

Old Stone Age... Paleolithic or Old Stone Age: from the first production of stone artefacts, about 2.5 million years ago, to the end of the last Ice Age, about 9,600 BCE. This is the longest Stone Age period.Jul 18, 2014

Punitive Actions to Teach Discipline and Subject

By parveenwrites | Sep 29, 2016

There has been news about teachers beating the children at school or scolding them badly. We who say that we have learnt from stric teachers can not favour the beatings today. It is not about child-rights or about human rights. I wish to ask, Do the Teachers beat kids because they know less of teaching (might be full of knowledge)? What approach a school should have about inculcating discipline and stopping Punitive Actions?

Teaching needs PASSION

By shivamstalent | Jun 17, 2016

"Education involves a passion to know that should engage us in a loving search for knowledge"
GOOD TEACHING is as much about passion as it is about reason. It’s about not only motivating students to learn, but teaching them how to learn, and doing so in a manner that is relevant, meaningful, and memorable. It’s about caring for your craft, having a passion for it, and conveying that passion to everyone, most importantly to your students.

How to build character strengths in children?

By aksheyjawa | Apr 25, 2016

Dear all,

Can you please suggest how a school can teach character strengths or spiritual qualities like - love/compassion, fearlessness, honesty, will power, calmness/peace, patience, selflessness, etc ? Idea is not just to teach but help them build these strengths also.

Online teacher communities

By junykwilfred | Mar 1, 2016

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?

ABOUT SOCIAL STUDIES

By SSPATIL@59 | Dec 1, 2015

R/S
Presently I am a teacher of TLH-III and Geo-civic.so my student frequently asks many Questions like syllabic and Non-syllabic of which they asked this question as below so please clarify anybody if they aware of it.
thanking you.

Question

1) what does it mean ? GIS ,GPS & GPRS
2) What it is the deference between GIS AND GPS ?

Can a school in India run without any affiliation till 8th (read description please)

By sudhendu | Nov 3, 2015

Hello Everyone,
Hope all are doing well.I am currently doing some research (on education in India) and in that, I am stuck around the question of "whether a K-10 school in India run without affiliation to any board (State board or IGSCE, CBSE, IB, etc.). The idea is to provide school with 'inbound' curriculum till 8th standard and then do affiliation with any board (for 9th and 10th standard, mainly to provide a valid exit certificate to student). We teach children our way till 8th standard. This is to develop a more dynamic and relative up-scaled courseware.

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