Early Childhood Education

Dr Gifty Joel

 Dr Ankur Madan

If we ask our colleagues or friends whether there is any connection between learning mathematics and language, perhaps their answer would be ‘no, there is no connection’. This is because the relationship is not evident. Based on my experiences and certain articles that I have read, I would like to share a few things about how language has and can contribute in mathematics. They are as follows:

Aruna Jyothi

Classrooms are becoming far more dynamic in nature due to multicultural diversity, student diversity, rapid societal and technological change, high expectations and aspirations of parents, new cognitive research on human learning etc. This would mean, ‘more and more, diversity among students in public schools represents the norm rather than the exception.’ (Gollnick and Chin, 2009).

Arpita Yadav

Anuradha Naidu


Anupma Rai

Finding safe, secure and affordable learning opportunities when you are the parent of a child with disability is a daunting task. In this article, I will outline some steps I took with my son.

We have often seen that what we think happens the way we wanted it to happen but at times the results are much better than what we expected.
‘Mathematics Mela’ was an alien and unimaginable word to me before this was held in our school. Generally schools arrange science exhibition or science mela where children display things that take place in day to day life and are also connected with principles of science. These exhibits, or events, are presented from the point of view of science and children participate in it with a lot of enthusiasm.
Teaching social science in upper primary has its own uniqueness since learners can understand changes in human society through the community around us, by close observations at homes, through newspapers, media etc. A teacher also gets similar experiences from community.


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