The novel Coronovirus has brought the world to a standstill. With various countries imposing lockdown, we are experiencing the ‘new normal’ and are struggling to have a normal life. With lockdown imposed in India, various exams stand…
Mar Apr 20
There is a long disruption of educational activities across the globe. Schools and colleges are closed in most of the countries, academic sessions have gone for a toss. Parents wonder what impact this lockdown would have on their children’s…
Art in any form, as we all know is a creative expression of our thoughts. What can be a better way to deliver our teaching of different subjects integrating art in the teaching-learning process.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. “As the twig is bent, so grows the tree,” the school curriculum should take the shape of a strong tree.
“Art has the power to transform, educate, to illuminate, inspire and motivate.”
Says Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank,’ Minister of Education, in conversation with The Progressive Teacher.
Krishnagar Public School, a CBSE affiliated senior secondary school in Nadia district, West Bengal has come up with some unique and innovative measures to continue the teaching-learning process with the least disruption possible.
Teaching is not just a job to cover the academic syllabi but to show patience and perseverance towards the young learners. The impact created by a teacher shapes the character of a student.
As a developing nation, dynamic changes in various facets, ranging from economic to educational reforms, plays a key role in substantiating our progress. Education, particularly, is a significant facet of our growth, as it is the backbone…
Time and again, all teachers must have dealt with difficult parents. Teachers need to respond differently in different situations. Here are a few tips for teachers for dealing with difficult parents: