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Saturday, August 10, 2002
On the road to nowhere
School project blues
School projects usually showcase the talent of the parent and not the child's!
In 1992, at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, the focus was on the environment. Terms like climate change, pollution and biodiversity passed into common parlance. Now Rio+10 is the new buzzword. This refers to the World Summit on Sustainable ...
Sketches to satellites
In the last 50-odd years, scientists have explored and mapped places `where no man has gone before' the Antarctica, the moon and beyond.
Recently The Hindu organised a photography workshop in Visakhapatnam, as part of its Newspaper in Education programme. The participants were enthusiastic and they said they had learnt a lot.
Talk about it
Participants who attended the Workshop on Personality Development held in Thiruvananthapuram recently said the sessions were very inspiring and they were able to discuss many of their problems. This workshop was held as part of The Hindu NIE programm e.
Creativity at its best
At the interactive workshop, Newspaper: The Living Text, held recently in Bangalore, teachers learnt to use the newspaper in the classroom.
Math made fun
I recently attended a Teacher Trainer Course in Mathelang, conducted by Mr. P. K. Srinivasan. He said, "the transition from arithmetic to algebra is smooth; and, parallel as well. Because it takes into cognisance the pattern recognition trait in ...
Biology on stage
Dramatisation can help explain even the most difficult concepts. Actual participation in the learning process will make it easier to understand.
Schools with Quest this month
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