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Why Do Things Move? Interdisciplinary Paths to Exploring MotionArticle | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
Most human understanding of motion is relatively recent – whether it’s the movement of the Earth, the expansion of the Universe, the perpetual motion of atoms or the
Why Do Things Move? Interdisciplinary Paths to Exploring MotionArticle | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
Most human understanding of motion is relatively recent – whether it’s the movement of the Earth, the expansion of the Universe, the perpetual motion of atoms or the
Water: a surprising molecule Article | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
Why is our search for extra-terrestrial life forms linked to a search for water? Why does ice float in a glass of water?
Wall Magazine: An Extraordinary Window for Learning Outside the ClassroomArticle | By Learning Curve | May 20, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Anil Singh

Stepping Outside the Classroom: An Opportunity for Rich LearningArticle | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Saurav Shome and Archana Dwivedi

Beyond Four Walls: An Example of Project-Based LearningArticle | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes
Shubhra Mishra, Dinesh Bartwal, Narender Kothiyal and Virendra Negi
 
 
A Book Corner in the ClassroomArticle | By Learning Curve | May 30, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

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