Hi readers, I’ve been long fascinated with the life and times of brilliant scientists and thought leaders like Richard Feynman. In this week’s articles…
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I took a trip to the beautiful Blossoms bookstore in Bangalore, India yesterday. As I walk down the street, dodging vendors, vehicles and wavy pavement…
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With interests that ranged from the technical (electrical meters, high-pressure steam engines, dynamos, generators) to scientific (fused quartz optics…
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By Varsha Varghese: It was my first encounter with wonderful independent children’s publishers such as Pratham, Tulika, Tara, Eklavya, Young Zubaan, and…
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"Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.” – E. M. Forster
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Hey Readers, I’m a strong believer in the power of challenge-based learning for students! It allows them to ask big questions, explore new ideas and…
By Nithasha P
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Happy Independence Day to all our Indian readers! :) This week’s post comes to us from Sheetal Jain & Mridula Chalamalasetti. An event that is filled…
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Hi Readers, I had my first stint of teaching in 2012 with a shelter home in Bangalore, India. I taught children theatre & photography on two weekends…
How do you evaluate if a learning product is important?
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By Mridula Chalamalasetti and Sheetal Jain conversation starter at a party, Vendors in the train saying "Coffeee, Teaaa", Minute to Win It Challenges…
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