Class 9-10

Did you know that the outdoors, teeming with plants, animals, birds and insects can transform into an immersive and captivating classroom? Nature Calls is a series of nature-based activities designed to encourage students to explore their surroundings, and stimulate their wonder and curiosity about nature.

Shreelata Rao Seshadri

Ritika Gupta

A curious 11-year old boy walks up to his teacher to ask, “What is a flame? What’s going on in there?” After a brief pause, the teacher replies, “Oxidation”. Factually speaking, the teacher was right on point, but the student felt deflated, wondering if there’s more to explaining the science behind something other than giving it a different name! The kid in this story grew up to be the famed Hollywood actor and director, Alan Alda.
The microscope is the mainstay of cutting edge research in many fields of biology today. When was it invented? What did the initial versions look like? What are some of the latest versions, and what can we use them for? This article provides glimpses into the history of microscopes before recounting some of its more recent and exciting developments.
Richard Fernandes co-founded Centre for Learning (CFL), Bangalore - an ‘alternative’ school, where he developed and implemented laboratory-based curricula for learning Physics. A strong believer in the dictum that “Physics is best learnt by doing”, he enjoys building experimental apparatus from material found in scrap yards or cannibalized from discarded instruments. In this interview, he shares his experiences of being a Physics teacher at the middle and high school.

Asha Singh

As a teacher educator, I begin my class with a classroom experience, though my undergraduate students, learning to be teachers, find it ridiculous at first to participate in a set of concentration exercises. This is what I tell them:

Ankur Madan

Amman Madan


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