Teachers often wonder why children don’t learn what they teach. Why do children fail? What should be the nature of classroom discourse? In a...
The following article looks at the difficulties and the hardships that the teachers of Sheo, Rajasthan face on a day to day basis. This is reflexive of the greater issues that Indian teachers in remote areas have to go through.
In this lucid/illuminating piece, Professor Avijit Pathak has inspired young learners to celebrate sociology, and relate books and theories to lived experiences. Prof. Avijit Pathak
The vocation of teaching is an act of contentedness. A passionate pedagogue touches the soul of the learner and ignites the flame of knowledge. Here is the story of a creative teacher who discovers herself through her vocation each day.
The Budget gives 175 crore Rupees for the installation of CCTV Cameras in government schools stating the reason of precaution. The denial of classroom freedom is a concern for the teaching community.
The evolution of pedagogy and the constant process of reinventing oneself to meet the challenges of a holistic education are central concerns of every pedagogue. It is in this context that the performing arts play such an important role, let us explore how.
The classroom is like a second home for the child. Each and every child requires to be nurtured with unadulterated care and love to be able to realize her complete potential.
The primary objective of education is to cultivate critical thought and sensitivity among students. Can we achieve this?
The article is based on a qualitative study conducted with middle class parents residing in aglobalizing metropolis, Kolkata;it reflects on their educational views, aspirations, choicesand anxieties.
Education is more than the acquisition of knowledge and a set of skills, education should enable an individual to live a meaningful life and contribute to the nurturance of the greater good of society as a holistic enterprise. Upasana Kapur