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Teachers from small towns shine

Staff Reporter

Plan to publish a booklet of their innovative work

NEW DELHI: : They may be teachers with the best of technology and infrastructure on their side, but giving them a run for `ideas' are their lesser cousins from small towns and cities who have nothing but self motivation to egg them on. From a `drive' into the mysterious human body and effectiveness of techniques to improve handwriting to use of playful methods to tell children about their rights and developing life skill education through aesthetic sense with reference to library, they are supposed to be some of the best ideas used by teachers across the country to make learning more enjoyable.

If the All India Competition on Innovative Practices and Experiments for School Teachers and Teacher Educators organised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) which concluded here in the Capital on Wednesday is anything to go by, then teachers from small towns and cities are the eventual winners.

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