Class 11-12

I have been working in the Azim Premji School, Dineshpur (Uttarakhand) from February 6, 2012. Our school came into operation with effect from April 10, 2012. A month before that, we went around Dineshpur, visiting homes and gathering information from parents about the children – children going to school, those who left studies midway, in what circumstances going to school stopped, and whether or not they now wished to resume and complete their studies.

This Interactive Lesson Plan helps the learner understand various concepts associated with the Mechanical Properties of Solids. Teachers can use them directly inside their classroom, or derive some ideas to help their students understand these concepts properly.

I joined the teaching profession 30 years ago, at the time when computers were just became available for everyone. It was quite natural to expect Time Table Software to speed up the work and to save hundred plus hours of teachers. Writing individual time tables of large number of teachers by hand was a nightmare for time table committee. ( Even today, most of the schools are doing this tedious work by hand ! why ?)
 
The one thing you can observe when you enter the premises of a school is a display board or bulletin board. Most of the time visitors first look at the bulletin boards to learn about the school. The kind of information displayed there, the creativity used to display the information all adds-up for the person to develop a good impression about the school. It creates an impact on the visitor’s mind. Bulletin boards also serve other purposes. They served as a center for knowledge.

Cube Conversations is a set of 80 (eighty!) animated lessons designed to promote visually rich math discourse. I’ve designed these lessons to invite many voices and vantage points into classroom conversations. You can control the animation with a few simple clicks  – and each click presents an opportunity for students to see and discuss an image in new ways.

The greatest myth that we have encountered in our student life is the idea of a ​ safe future​ and as my physics teacher simply put it for me years ago –

“Work like a donkey for a few years and live the royal life of a horse for the rest of your life”

You have probably heard it one time too many but we will say it again: teaching is a huge responsibility. Shaping the younger generation's minds and preparing them for life outside the classroom is a tall order which becomes easier with proper research and planning. Moreover, you also need to find the balance between teaching the students what they need to know and giving them enough space to discover and learn by themselves.

Prof. Indira Vijaysimha talking about the key aspects of the M.Ed. Programme offered at Azim Premji University.

This digital interactive lesson plan helps the learner understand Motion in a Plane with simulations and inbuilt assessment. Teachers can use it in various ways to discuss the concept of motion among their students.

It is impossible. You may not agree. But it is simply not possible.  Sex and learning will not go together. No amount of sex education can strike a deal between sex and education. Either sex or education, but not both. This is not a personal opinion but it is a scientific fact. Brain sciences have evidence for it.
 

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