The year was 1995....the first day of my role as a teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya is still very much fresh and alive in my memory. The date was 1st November.Even though I was appointed as a Primary teacher I was given the responsibility of teaching Sanskrit in Classes VI  to VIII due to two reasons. The school did not have a qualified Sanskrit language teacher.

“So—there’s no script, no predictability, and teaching changes from one minute to the next… so how am I supposed to prepare?”. You say.

We all agree that we need to excite students to learn basic sciences and motivate them to ask fundamental questions and to think creatively. While this is true for teaching any subject, what specific methods would one use to teach biology? Read on to find out.


As a creative art teacher, Lekha has a good chance to gauge the personalities of her students through their drawings.

Here's a story of a teacher who responds to the uninterested, demotivated & disruptive class of rowdies and inspires them to be a class apart! Watch the short film and & celebrate that teacherness in you!
Over the last four years, I have heard various educationists, school leaders, teachers and policy makers talk - at various Education conferences and in the media - about the enormous challenges in school education. Over time, I found a few recurring themes:
1. Focus on learning, not teaching.
2. Create the joy of learning – and children will learn for life.

Mrs. Anne Fernandes taught us English at school. And she taught much else.


The author shares, in his article, his experiences with Teaching Learning Material...

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.


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