Secondary stage is a period of transition when the individual changes from a child to an adult rapidly - physically and psychologically. Secondary students are encountering physical, social, emotional, and intellectual changes in their lives. It is at this time that students need a new approach, like the flipped classroom, to be brought in by the teachers into the classroom.
A first- person account of two teachers— one who labelled a child as ‘not capable’ and another, who probed deeper to find out what was wrong with the child. It is your guess as to which teacher won the confidence of the child.
Ideally, teachers should be able to discuss (over a cup of tea, maybe?) several academic as well as classroom management issues in the staff room. However, we know that this is seldom possible due to the rush-rush-rush of a teacher’s day. Therefore, we felt that the sort of discussion which should ideally take place in the staff room (but perhaps doesn’t, as often as it should,) could easily happen in the leisurely pages of Teacher Plus.
Multiple Intelligence is the new buzz word. So, how can a teacher teach something as basic as the English alphabet using this theory? For all teachers at the primary level, this article is a must-read.
Pallikoodam is a school that does things differently and their different approach has yielded them success over the years. Read on to find out how education has become exciting, fun and desired in this school...
Subir Shukla shares the lessons that have been learned from work in the field. He also talks about the role of the teachers and students in learning and the efforts made and challenges faced by those in the system.
An interview with Mr. Subir Shukla, Consultant at MHRD and Principal Coordinator - IGNUS-erg
The state of primary education in Public Schools gets regularly highlighted in the Annual Survey of Education Reports (ASER) from time to time...writes E.S. Ramamurthy founder and current chief mentor of Sikshana, a programme aimed at evolving a sustainable model for the Public School System.