Science & Technology

Humans are visual creatures and we can easily learn things when we see it. This is why it is important for you as a teacher to innovate your teaching methods using the advantage of technology. In fact, you’ll see a lot of changes in the field of education in current times. Not to mention the use of smart boards, online learning and paperless schools.

Do you want to introduce Stephen Hawking's big ideas to your students? In just two and a half minutes, Alok Jha explains some of Stephen Hawking's big theories which made him the greatest scientist of our time. You can also think about classroom activities based on this animation and discuss some of his theories in a simple manner.

Explore "Motion in a Plane" and the concepts of scalars and vectors through this web based interactive activity.

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In school teaching-learning culture, it is assumed that a classroom is the learning platform for students only and teacher on the other end has a responsibility of educating them. But it is a mutual process in which both the student and teacher are in the same stream of learning. I experienced this during my classroom practice where I have got a different viewpoint. A classroom is fully meaningful if the teacher and students both are part of learning process so it is not only students but also the teacher.

The H.A.L. Scouts Group Amateur radio Club (VU2LKO) Lucknow, India is deeply devoted to explore Amateur Radio activity among Scouts & Guides and other interested people in state.

NASA and other space agencies including Canada, Russia, the European Partners, and Japan & other international partners like AMSAT, ARRL, RAC etc. have started an unique programme known as ARISS to fulfill Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) goals for students education.

This is the story of a private Indian company, TeamIndus, that is competing in the Google Lunar XPRIZE challenge to land a rover on the moon.

Science can be made a lot more engaging if we incorporate elements of storytelling. But, how do you actually get started with a story? The answer lies in using the universal narrative template of “and, but, therefore” or the ABT.

The evolutionary biologist Lynn Margulis is best known for her work on the Serial Endosymbiotic Theory (SET) to explain the origins of eukaryotic cells. This article presents key facets in the life of this avant-garde biologist and her work that has changed the way we perceive life on Earth.

Written by Arefa Tehsin, this book takes us into a world inhabited by the different species that visit our backyard — species we often see, but know little about. Each species is brought to life through in-depth research into its habits, sketches, anecdotes and questions.

They may be tiny, but like us, the life of a spider is filled with lots of drama! Spiders have to decide where to build their webs and find food, how to escape their enemies, find potential mates, and take care of their young ones. Intrigued? Discover the fascinating world of spiders with us.


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