Questions question our understanding of concepts, situations and ideas. There is no question about this. This is an account of the way one teacher, Kinzom Khampa, used the tool of enquiry to get children find the answers.
This book which begins with an essay by the Nobel Prize winning economist brings out the point that the accident of birth is the greatest factor in social inequality. His  essay is based on the premise that children who are born into socially, culturally or educationally disadvantaged families seem to exacerbate those disadvantages: by the
There are studies available and many books published dealing with the process of learning to read. However some of the language used often means that such  knowledge is only accessible to specialist early years professionals, when in fact many individuals are involved in preparing children to be successful readers, whether they know it or not.

Learn about the different parts of your body through this story, written by Pankaj Chaturvedi and illustrated by Ajit Narayan.

To understand what it takes in terms of curriculum and other enablers, to provide quality education to the children of migrant labour Azim Premji Foundation decided to start schools for these children.


Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish -- and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us how to get out of the educational "death valley" we now face, and how to nurture our youngest generations with a climate of possibility.

Gibran on Children

Your children are not your children. 




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