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Knot Theory AddendumE-Book | By At Right Angles | Apr 10, 2017  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

At Right Angles met up with author Ramya to discuss her article on Knot Theory.

Tying it up without loose endsArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 10, 2017  | Mathematics, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

What exactly is a knot? In simple terms, a knot can be thought of as a piece of string crossed in a certain manner, the ends being tied together.

Knowing and Teaching Elemantary MathematicsE-Book | By At Right Angles | Apr 10, 2017  | Mathematics, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Primary school mathematics, which is the foundation on which all further mathematics learning must rest, is itself not being taught and learned well.

10 tips for talking about news, politics and current events in schoolsArticle | By TED Ed | Apr 07, 2017  | Social Studies, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

In schools everywhere,

How to ask good questionsArticle | By Worth Sharing | Apr 06, 2017  | Arts, Environmental Science, Language, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Studies | 0 Likes

Instead of making a statement, Ask a question.

School Leadership part 1Article | By TESS India | Apr 05, 2017  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

These videos are produced by TESS-India to support school leaders in enhancing the quality of teaching and learn

The elephant in the room that we refuse to acknowledgeArticle | By Learning Curve | Apr 04, 2017  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

For several decades now most in-service teacher training initiatives have focused on subject- knowledge – euphemistically called hard spots.


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