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Schools and teachers too are in the forefront of COVID-19 fight

Schools (mostly government schools) serving midday meals have been turned into food centres for the hungry and vulnerable during ‘coronavirus lockdown’ and like healthcare facilities and health workers, these schools…

IB Schools come together for Job-Alike Session at LIS Gurugram

Teachers engaged in relevant topics like Digital Citizenship, Assessment, Mathematics Literacy, Differentiated Learning and the roles of Arts and PE in the classroom The fraternity of International Baccalaureate (IB) schools…

Navneet Foundation holds hand-holding workshop for teachers in Mumbai

The revised class X syllabus introduced by the government of Maharashtra this year is a new experience for teachers as well. So, teacher orientation is needed. Taking an initiative to support…

Mathematical blunder

The ‘established’ and taken for granted usage of saying ‘into’ for multiply (X) in Mathematical expressions in Indian English is wrong. Elsewhere it would mean just the opposite, that’s DIVIDE….

Revolution but no Evolution: Technology adoption hesitation in teachers

Sixteen K-12 schools were chosen as ET Best School Brands 2016 by Times Conferences Ltd recently and were felicitated at an event in Delhi on June 27th. It had time…

Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya NATIONAL MISSION ON TEACHERS AND TEACHING, First steps towards tackling ‘national emergency’ of TEACHER SHORTAGES

  On December 25, 2014, the union ministry of HRD (education ministry) launched the much awaited national mission on teachers and teaching with an estimated overlay of Rs 900 cr…