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Friday, May 12, 2006
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Well packaged, but rather delicate
Change in the classroom
It's time for change, says Dr. Vasudha Prakash. Today the method of instruction is linear, didactic, rigid, uninteresting and alienating. In short highly unappealing.
Going beyond horizons
The Horizon Lanka Foundation in Mahavilachchiya, Sri Lanka, has moved beyond teaching English to creating e-villages and more.
Let them make the choice
Schools should allow students to make their choice either Science or Humanities, instead of thrusting certain subjects at them based merely on marks.
High ambitions, expectations of greatness and no effort is spared. This describes most parents of school going kids. So what's the problem? From the time the child wakes up till the time he goes to bed, the parent has lined up activities. After ...
New on the rack
Ideas and activities about the city of Jaipur that could be of interest to all.
Overcome the inability to learn
Learning disability is a neurological disorder, but early intervention can help a great deal.
"Imagine" a healthy future
College students from all over the country compete for top honours.
Can you make your study time more interesting?
A platform to enhance not only your grades but also your skills.
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