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Beyond Retention: Meaningful Assessment in Social Science

Jayashree Nambiar

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Observation and drawing in learning science

By doing art, students can create and communicate new ideas. By seeing art, students can be inspired by new directions and new ideas. Check this Karen Haydock article where she draws from her wide experience on science reaching and learning.

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Every child does observe

When his students did not open up to actively talk or read, check what Mohit Sharma, a teacher in Dineshpur did to overcome this perennial problem and helped them improve their learning levels significantly.

3,4,5 And other memorable triples Part III

In the 3rd part of the series, we are trying to find all triples (a, b, c) of coprime positive integers satisfying the property a2 = b(b + c). What solutions does the equation have (in coprime positive integers) other than (a, b, c) = (6, 4, 5)?

How a phat phat boat inspired me to do science

I still remember the day when my mother bought home a small motor boat for me and my sister. We were eagerly waiting to see how it works. There was a small cup in which oil has to be filled; a cotton wick to be placed in the oil and lighted after the boat is placed in a tub of water. Finally it was lit but the boat did not start moving. We were anxious to know what’s wrong with it.

Children's Day Out

How about a organizing a class field trip for your students to celebrate Children's Day?

Making Homework Fun

Children don’t mind working hard when they enjoy it. Here are 10 ways to make homework creative, interesting and fun.

Assessment in Early Years Education

Assessment is an integral part of the education process. The purpose of assessment is as much to know the progress of children as to gauge the effectiveness of the teacher’s transaction of the curriculum and whether the teaching strategies used have been appropriate. The assessment results have to be used to support and improve every child’s learning and development and to offer need based inputs which would be meaningful and lead to holistic development of the child.

Teaching with the environment

To teach his students about the environment, B. Ravichandrane takes them out of the classroom. Through activities, his students learn about nature, the eco-system, etc. He shares here some of the activities they carried out, in this article published in Thisaimani (Journey 2) - an APF-Puducherry District Institute publication.

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