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An Angry Lesson PlanArticle | By Nabanita Deshmukh | Oct 22, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

“STOP! I’ll punch you!” Sulekha Nayak heard these words as she entered the classroom but this was not the first time that she was hearing these threats.

Essential Pillars of a Comprehensive Literacy ProgrammeArticle | By Learning Curve | Aug 01, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 1 Like

Saktibrata Sen and Nidhi Vinayak

Three pillars of literacy

Let students ask and investigate: The case of a variegated plant Article | By I Wonder | Aug 14, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
What if teachers were to provide interesting but also confusing contexts to students? Would it encourage students to ask questions, and do their own investigations?
Fun with Archimedes principle Article | By I Wonder | Aug 14, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
This article presents the journey of a group of science teachers in exploring Archimedes principle, and related concepts, through well-loved fables like that of the
Interview with Lolitika Mondal Article | By I Wonder | Aug 09, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
Lolitika Mandal is an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali.
The Demotion of Pluto Article | By I Wonder | Aug 06, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
How did we discover the existence of Pluto? Why have we reclassified Pluto as a dwarf planet? What do we know of other dwarf planets?
Exploring the second brain Article | By I Wonder | Aug 06, 2020  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
Join the author in an exciting narrative about the Gut, a small but amazing organ that does so many things that it is called the second brain.

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