A quick glance on some of the constitutional battles

The RTE Act 2009 is about the 'right of children in India for free and compulsory elementary education' ; it is about children and not
about schools, hence the significance of the Act is to all schools. This article busts many myths surrounding the Act.. Read more

The necessity of a common education system is a result of having a democratic constitution and polity. This need is articulated and justified in the National Policy on Education. The NCF is the instrument through which the ideals of NSE can be actualised... Read more

In the 1st part, we shared Prof Ramanujam Meganathan's wonderful posters on English Language Teaching that address the art & craft (and the challenges) of helping the learners acquire English.

Prof Ramanujam Meganathan from the Department of Education in Languages, NCERT shares these wonderful posters on English Language Teaching, the ones that you can hang in your staff room as a reminder. These posters address the art & craft (and the challenges) of helping the learners acquire English.

Here is Munnabhai speaking on today's schools. While the screenshots are from the movie Lage Raho Munnabhai, the resource has been scripted by Rajkishore. 

 Note: The views expressed here are those of the author.

The National Curriculum Framework 2005 has stated that “fertile and robust education is always created, rooted in the physical and cultural soil of the child, and nourished through interaction with parents, teachers, fellow students and the community.” However, there can be various forms of community involvement in schools. Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education, 2009 (RTE Act) is a legislation which seeks to provide quality education for all children in the age group of 6-14 years.

Here is a short discussion on parabola and ellipse.

Here is a clip on Archimedes' Principle. Vignan Prasar & IISER, Pune present Prof Pierre Fontes who through kitchen, toys and day to day materials deconstructs the aura of science for school teachers. 

Here is another clip on atmospheric pressure. Also watch the part 1 by clicking here


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