Category Archives: Science

Ahimsa Silk: Silk with a Soul

It’s possible to wear the gossamer fabric that people call silk without a prick in the conscience. A Hyderabad-based textile technocrat Mr Kusuma Rajaiah has researched and developed an innovative way of making silk that does not involve the merciless … Continue reading

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Hands On

For all the Educators, something to help in your classroom..

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Bravo Malala Yousafzai

We salute the spirit and determination of Malala Yousafzai who raised voice and fought for girl education. The youngest educationist, a leader, an activist, a revolutionist and a teenage girl who wants to study! We exhort all our readers to … Continue reading

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Yahoo!: Spectacular Solar Eruption Unleashes

Solar storm eruption from the sun, captured by NASA. Yahoo!

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Planet Save: Rat on Mars

An image taken by NASA’s Curiosity rover captures a rodent on Mars. PlanetSave

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Amazing Animal – The Echidna

Also called the spiny anteater, is only one of the two egg-laying mammals in the world. It is covered with coarse hair and spines. It has very short but strong limbs and is an ef? cient digger. It has a … Continue reading

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Multiple Intelligences: Understanding different learning styles to adapt lessons to various strengths

Multiple Intelligences! We know them, but let’s just do a recap! Each of us has a learning style as unique as our fingerprints. We have a unique way to take in information. store information. retrieve information. It is very important … Continue reading

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Teaching Strategy for Knowledge Retention

“What I hear, I forget; what I see, I remember; what I do, I understand” – Confucius For all the teachers, this ones for you!! How do you ensure knowledge retention in students? How deep and long lasting is learning? … Continue reading

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DeccanHerald: Open book CBSE exams from 2014-15

The Ministry of Human Resource Development announced that CBSE will introduce Open Book Exams for classes IX and X from the academic year 2014-15. DeccanHerald

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National Geographic: Resurrecting the Extinct Frog with a Stomach for a Womb

ExtinctFrog: Reviving the extinct (brooding) frog with a stomach for a womb. NationalGeographic

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