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A Review of G H Hardy's A Mathematician's ApologyE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 29, 2017  | Mathematics, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

I shall ask, then, why is it really worth while to make a serious study of mathematics?

The Story of Maths A Brief ReviewE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 29, 2017  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

If you want a whirlwind tour of the history of mathematics in four hours, where you will be taken to marvellous sites all around the globe, meet historians of mathemat

Why science teachers should care about social justice?Article | By I Wonder | Mar 13, 2017  | Science & Technology, Social Studies | 0 Likes

This article explores the need for social justice teaching in science education, and what it can accomplish, especially for students who come from communities that hav

Infusing curiosity for chemistryArticle | By TeacherPlus | Nov 21, 2017  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

Chemistry is everywhere – right from the food that students eat to the toys that they play with.

Infusing curiosity for chemistryArticle | By TeacherPlus | Nov 21, 2017  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

Chemistry is everywhere – right from the food that students eat to the toys that they play with.

Is your school collectively intelligent?Article | By Jeny Rapheal | Nov 20, 2017  | Views and Reflections | 1 Like

Intelligence was a term usually used to describe individuals. Simply put, it stood for the ability of the individual to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.

The most important ways parents can prepare children for schoolArticle | By The Conversation | Nov 10, 2017  | Arts, Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

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