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Grammar matters and should be taught – differentlyArticle | By The Conversation | Nov 07, 2016  | Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Re-crafting educationArticle | By TeacherPlus | Oct 28, 2016  | Arts, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

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What can we learn from children’s drawings?Article | By The Conversation | Oct 13, 2016  | Arts, Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes
Children like to draw. Around the age of two they discover the sheer pleasure of making marks.
Value education: what do we mean by it?Article | By Rohit Dhankar | Oct 20, 2016  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes
Almost everyone is convinced that our education system does not inculcate values, it is accused of being all cognitive, as if the issue of values involves no cogniti
Prof Yash Pal speaks on Science EducationArticle | By Worth Sharing | Oct 18, 2016  | Science & Technology, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Prof Yashpal's brilliant contributions to the study of cosmic rays notwithstanding, he is more popular to the general public as an avuncular explainer in Doordarshan's

Enriching math vocabularyArticle | By TeacherPlus | Oct 12, 2016  | Mathematics | 1 Like

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How conscious are you of your learners' context?Article | By Nabanita Deshmukh | Oct 11, 2016  | Language, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

How do teachers learn to unlearn redundant concepts they were taught in school yet still continue to use in class

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