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The Role of Libraries in Encouraging ReadingArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

We had a big hall in our previous school which we used as a book distribution area because there was no library as such in our rented premises.

Changing Social Perceptions about TeachersArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

‘Teachers in government institutions do not work, they have a leisurely job, ample holidays, they weave sweaters all day, eat peanuts idly and even if they decide to t

How I made learning English simple and joyfulArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

It was very early days in a new school. Also it was a new experience for me to be a facilitator of English in a school where English was the second language.

Children who are Unable to LearnArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Even though this could be an issue for debate, it can surely not be denied that the teacher definitely has a significant role to play in whatever children learn at sch

Experiencing art with my students Article | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Arts, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Our lives aren’t perfect paint-boxes with equal cakes of every colour.

Bonding with your students - A Teacher's ReflectionArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

I joined Azim Premji School, Dineshpur in July’16. Its been almost a year working with this school. I am a graduate in science and did my BTC from DIET Lucknow.

Teaching Maths Through A StoryArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 12, 2018  | Arts, Language, Mathematics | 0 Likes

This is an account of an attempt made in February this year to clear the concept of perimeter to class five.

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