Poster 3 presented at EPISTEME7, HBCSE, Mumbai

Kanchana Suryakumar, Shubha Venkatraman and Hema Gowda from POORNA LEARNING CENTRE (www.poorna.in), Bangalore presented a poster titled ACTION RESEARCH ON MIXED AGE GROUP (MAG) CLASSES FOR MATHEMATICS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL at EPISTEME7 (https://episteme7.hbcse.tifr.res.in/ ). Conducted over two years (with research ongoing currently in the third year), this study aimed to enable children of the middle school to learn Math at their own pace. Their paper can be accessed by clicking on the following link: Mixed Age Group Action Research_final and their poster can be accessed by clicking on the link below....

POSTER 2 PRESENTED AT EPISTEME7, HBCSE, MUMBAI

At the recently held International conference EPISTEME7 (https://episteme7.hbcse.tifr.res.in/), three papers that resulted from research facilitated by THINKING TEACHER were presented as posters. Reshma Kiran [Chemistry Teacher at The Peepal Grove School (www.peepalgroveschool.org] presented a poster titled:ENLIVENING THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF CHEMISTRY. Her paper can be accessed here Reshma Kiran Paperand an enlarged view of her poster is available by clicking on the image...

Poster 1 presented in EPISTEME7 at HBCSE, Mumbai

At the recently held International conference EPISTEME7 (https://episteme7.hbcse.tifr.res.in/), three papers that resulted from research facilitated by THINKING TEACHER were presented as posters. Karanam Bhaskar [Chemistry Teacher at The Peepal Grove School (www.peepalgroveschool.org] presented a poster titled: BRINGING EXCITEMENT INTO CHEMISTRY THROUGH ACTION RESEARCH. This paper can be accessed here Paper Bhaskar, and you can view the enlarged poster by clicking on the image below...

RESEARCH IN ACTION 5

Read the latest installment of RESEARCH IN ACTION from TEACHER PLUS magazine below: Research in Action Jan 18 Link: Research in Action Jan...

The Power of Reading

Click below :for the fourth in the series RESEARCH IN ACTION carried by TEACHER PLUS: RIA 4

TEACHING ARCHIMEDES PRINCIPLE WITHOUT TEACHING VOLUME, DENSITY

Have you ever tried teaching Archimedes Principle without first defining volume, density, mass and/or buoyancy? If you would like to read about one teacher’s attempt to do this, read a paper from the September Issue of TEACHING SCIENCE (the flagship journal of the Australian Science Teachers Association): TS 63-3 article - Teaching Archimedes principle2 Link: TS 63-3 article – Teaching Archimedes...