Humans are visual creatures and we can easily learn things when we see it. This is why it is important for you as a teacher to innovate your teaching methods using the advantage of technology. In fact, you’ll see a lot of changes in the field of education in current times. Not to mention the use of smart boards, online learning and paperless schools.

Our lives aren’t perfect paint-boxes with equal cakes of every colour. Are schools meant to give us a taste of utopian equality, or do they prepare us to accept an unequal, imperfect world with compassion and understanding? Art can help us question and alter our existing perceptions in order to share it with others. We attempt making beautiful things with what we have and get our voices heard authentically.

This is an account of an attempt made in February this year to clear the concept of perimeter to class five. A story was narrated that was connected to the environment of children. The children loved the story from the beginning to the end. This story had the names from their surroundings, village and rural environment. The children understood the concept of perimeter almost in the first attempt itself. There was a village called Ichhapur where this incident took place a few years ago. There was a big open space in Ichhapur.

Since the last four years our school is practising different forms of art, providing time for it in our school time table. However, in the academic year 2016-2017 all of us teachers felt that we should try an art form from the basic level to its next level. We all sat together and discussed what type of art form we could try and practise it from the scratch. In this discussion two main ideas came up. One was carpentry and the other was clay modelling.

Are approaches to teaching Biology determined and constrained by its origins as a ‘science’? Or, would an approach that incorporates ‘art’ into its teaching practice enhance student learning? The author attempts to answer this question through some classroom examples from his own practice.

When lazy Raghu Mama claims he can go on wild adventures without leaving his chair, Amish and Soni are amazed. How does he do it? Can Amish and Soni go on these adventures too?

Explore and understand virtual reality in a fun way through this story of Lazy Mama. Whether you like it or not but there are lots of thing in education and learning which is possible through the application of Virtual Reality. And it is too simple to get or make a Virtual Reality headset too.

This article talks of the diversity among schools in India and how schools should collaborate in order to make a difference which is sustainable.


Grant Snider challenges you to chuck the curse of perfectionism and be productive. Add multitasking and procrastination to it, too. Counter-intuitive, it may appear. Try it out for yourself and for your learners before you dismiss this idea.


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