Aditi Mutatkar and Akash Lugun


This is perhaps a very common situation that most teachers have to go through—having a fellow teacher’s child in your classroom. A situation like this can sometimes upset the dynamics of a class. How should you as a teacher treat your colleague’s child so as not to seem biased in anyway? What should you do to allow the child to handle the situation rationally?

How can a teacher teach Math effectively? How can children learn to love the subject? Mathematics is learnt best when children are actively participating in that learning. This is true for teachers as well. Interactions are indeed the heartbeat of a mathematics classroom. The teaching and learning of mathematics is a complex activity and many factors determine its success....

Do you remember the days when you curled up in a chair with a book (anything from Tom Sawyer or Little Women to The Final Diagnosis) and a plate of munchies, oblivious to the rest of the world, especially calling parents? The book-reading child is slowly becoming a rare sight. The place of pride that the storybook occupied is being taken over by the ubiquitous television and the computer. This is not to say these are ‘bad’ per se, but I’m sure you’ll agree that the book is indeed something special.

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