-William Arthur Ward, Writer
- John Dewey Philosopher and Educationalist
-Brewer and Smith
-Nelson Mandela, Political Leader and Philanthropist
- Rabindranath Tagore, Indian Poet, Musician & Artist
-Mahatma Gandhi, Indian activist, leader of the Indian independence movement
-Albert Einstein, Theoretical Physicist
A Community for Educators
“Learning is not an individual pursuit. Cognitive neurosciences also confirm that learning is community-driven, decentralized, small and cross-platform. The better teachers create a synergy by sharing a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.
This Academic Support is an invitation to join head, heart and hands together as a ‘community of practice’ to evolve a shared vision and to create and share some of the best teaching-learning resources.
Please log on to register your feedback on existing KClass or ask for additional resources for your subject.”
Applies to: Subject: Mathematics Overview Do birds know how to count, Ma’am? This question by a child of class 8 triggered my thoughts on ‘number sense’. This led to an interesting class session which I wish to share here with the fellow teachers. The basic...
Teachers' Diary_Modelling Scutoid As a mathematics teacher, teaching solid shapes and their surface areas and volumes to 10th grade students are a less effortless job as compared to other topics. Even the syllabus concentrates on the numerical skills of the students...
Applies to: Subject: Science Overview What exactly is science, what does it aspire to do, and why should we, the people, care? It seems like a simple question, but it’s an infinitely complex one. We, in our previous issue, had talked about what science is in the light...
Applies to: Subjects: History Board Grade(s) CBSE Grade 10, ICSE Grade 9 Overview Suppose all of you are forced not to wear Indian cloths and put on a felt hat compulsorily to come to school. Will you like it? Will you resist? Get around the point that colonialism...
Applies to: Subject: History Overview Use this tool to turn a biography into a wonderful story about a person’s life. http://fno.org/bio/biomak2.htm
Applies to: Subject: History Overview Survey of India sites offers a number of high-resolution maps for educational, click on the link below to view it. http://www.surveyofindia.gov.in
Applies to: Subject: History Overview Get a look at the ancient world through World War II through photos, voices and other media on this history site. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com
Applies to: Subject: History and Geography Overview Can our Earth be a Heritage? Of course, it can be that’s the reason we say, ‘One Planet earth and one family mankind’. Let’s read further on this interesting topic that is Earth and Heritage and how CBSE stresses on...