Category Archives: Reading Habits

Happy Birthday Ruskin Bond!

Happy Birthday Ruskin Bond! Ratna Sagar conveys regards and best wishes to the legendary poet, author and writer. We thank you for being an inspiration to millions and for showing us the beauty of nature through your magical stories and … Continue reading

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Ratna Sagar pays tribute to William Shakespeare

Ratna Sagar pays tribute to the “Bard of Avon” William Shakespeare on his 450th birth anniversary today, 23 April. We proudly present his immortal works ‘The Merchant of Venice’ & ‘Much Ado About Nothing’.

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Ratna Sagar feels proud to be the publishers of Padma Awardees

Mr Ruskin Bond is conferred with Padma Bhushan.┬áMs Manorama Jafa and Mr Keki N Daruwalla are conferred with Padma Shri. A treat for poetry lovers! Those who would love to meet Mr Ruskin Bond, please visit our Stall (# 63, … Continue reading

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Inverting the Classroom Model

The recent buzz around the world about the changing methodology in education revolves around the concept of the flipped classroom. Teachers are using technology to connect with their students and help them learn. In a traditional classroom, the teacher is … Continue reading

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DBW: 2 Ways Digital Books Benefit Kids

Research shows how ebooks can benefit kids. DigitalBookWorld

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MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

Attending to physical & emotional needs of students to enable learning… Abraham Maslow, a familiar name in motivational psychology, proposed that humans have a hierarchy of needs. Only when needs at the base of the pyramid are met, are we … Continue reading

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TEACHING STRATEGY | Reciprocal Learning

Make your classroom a collaborative learning community The reciprocal-learning teaching method, developed and tested in the 1980′s by psychologist Ann Brown and her colleagues, is a way to make your classroom a collaborative learning community, where students take charge of … Continue reading

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The Story of English

The beginnings of the English language can be traced to two significant events. The first of these was the invasion of England by the barbaric Germanic tribes, namely the Angles, Saxons and Jutes in the third and fourth centuries. They … Continue reading

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DNA: Meet your child’s new teacher – the iPad

iPads for Education – A Boon or a Bane? DNA

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Workshop on Encouraging Reading Habits

Ratna Sagar recently organised a workshop on ‘Encouraging Reading Habits’ for students of Classes VI-X at Happy Senior School, Kirti Nagar, Delhi. Separate sessions were held for students and teachers which were conducted by Mr Sridhar Balan. The response was … Continue reading

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