Over indulgent parenting is toxic rather than enabling, educationist John Marsden’s new book ‘The Art of Growing Up’ is truly a mani-festo for the contemporary times.
Jam packed daily schedules, excessive pressure of performance and the fear of lagging behind have made modern day childhood a strain for children and adults alike.
Not everything is dead. It is possible for a teacher to arouse the child’s imagination; it is possible to generate poetry in a science class. In this article—written with immense clarity and conviction, a Chemistry teacher takes us to the realm of pedagogic revolution.
The introduction of a child to the world of books is one of the best gifts that parenting can offer.
The dynamism of educational philosophy will lie in its ability to constantly renovate itself and make itself adequate for the needs of the changing times. This article reflects on this requirement and throws light on this important issue. Dr. Sushama Yermal
As teachers and educators we must be committed to a lifelong process of learning. In this process of self-discovery and exploration the works of the Danish educationist philosopher Kristen Kold open before us a whole new horizon of path breaking insights.
As young learners grow up they realise that many of our urban practices are not is sync with our eco-sensitive pretensions and thus there seems to be a paradox in our times. What should be the role of teachers and pedagogues in cultivating a true sensitivity and concern for nature among their students?
Education is the ethical core of society and when educators discover within themselves an undefeatable urge to transform the lives of the learners, a true revolution is not far away. The story of Turturmuri School in rural New Zealand is a tale of such hope and perseverance.
PEDAGOGIC INNOVATION Mathematics can be seen in a new light and made into a subject that can make the child culturally-aesthetically sensitive, a creative teacher shares her pedagogic interventions. Dr. Agnes D’Costa
A lifelong commitment to education and a passion for children mark Arvind Gupta’s fascinating story as an educator who has dedicated his life to innovative teaching through the creation of toys and tools with materials discarded as waste.