Monthly Archives: June 2013

THE ABCs OF BEING ‘ALIVE’ AS A TEACHER!

A. Attitude, wear a happy positive attitude. Be open to your students thinking and behaving in different ways. They come to you with multiple intelligences and their learning styles vary. Accommodate every child in your class. B. Balance in all … 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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NYTimes: How Meditation Might Boost Your Test Scores

Meditation helps prevent the mind from wandering thereby helping students to stay focused during exams. NYTimes

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TOI: Choose C++ or python: CBSE

CBSE has introduced Python in computer science syllabus for class XI. TOI

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ParentDish: Babies May Know Right From Wrong From the Beginning

Study shows that babies might have an inherent sense of morality. ParentDish

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