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Saturday, April 13, 2002
Afghanistan has had more than its share of problems and there seems to be no end in sight. The Hindu dated March 27, 28, 29 carried a report of an earthquake in a remote rural town in northern Afghanistan. The quake measured 6.0 on the ...
Rooting for nature
An eight-day camp in Kalimpong taught children to be responsible for their actions. It created an awareness among them on protecting the environment.
We too are gifted
Here's a letter sent to us from a dyslexic child. A plea for encouragement ...Will she get it?
In the classroom
A multi-sensory approach to education, the use of different types of aids and methods in the classroom can improve the child's understanding of the subject. Where possible, permit oral testing and eliminate or reduce the number of spelling tests. ...
The latest on the rack... A set of textbooks in Computer Science, Social Studies and Mathematics.
From me to you
Teaching and learning are a continuous process. The teacher and the taught need to be open minded for learning to take place.
Making more of less
How can we get the maximum benefit from the computers in school? A little ingenuity may be required from both the teacher and the student...
In an ever-changing world
Has modern technology changed the teacher-student relationship?
Taking a closer look
While scientific endeavour is the attempt of man to unravel the principles that animate nature and the cosmos, technology is his effort to use those principles for his benefit and comfort. Thus, technology is an offspring of Science wherein man ...
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