Category Archives: Ratna Sagar

Workshop Feedback

Here is a feedback received for our trainer Mr Vivek Kumar who conducted a workshop on ‘Exploring Opportunities’ at SBDAV School, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. Teachers from all the branches of DAV Delhi & NCR participated in this workshop. “It … Continue reading

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Story of English

The Norman Conquest of England in 1066 had a far-reaching effect on the English language. After the Conquest, English remained the language of the country but Norman French became the language of the government, church and law courts. As a … Continue reading

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How do you help students to answer questions?

Do not interrupt. Let the student complete the answer. If nothing works, then give the answer yourself and ask the student to restate the answer. If that does not help, then rephrase the question. Do not ask another student to … Continue reading

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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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Adolescence: All About Change

Adolescence: All About Change Several overlapping topics fall under the rather large umbrella of adolescent psychology. All of these have to do with ‘change’, which seems to be the key word for this phase of life. Of course, all of … 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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Let’s Be Positive

What conclusion can be drawn from this? Now, here is an activity for “Educators” Given below are rude reactions we hear ourselves using in classrooms. Let us rephrase our angry interjections to positive corrections. Our intent is to get the … Continue reading

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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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Book Review – A School Counsellor Casebook

The review of our book ‘A School Counsellor Casebook’ was published in Teacher Plus dated 1 March 2014. Please visit this link to go through the review.

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Our Authors’ Interviews

Our authors were interviewed by the Hindustan Times crew at our stall during the World Book Fair 2014. These interviews were published in HT School Edition dated 4 March.

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