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Article | Technology & Teachers

Yesterday, we talked of Technology Vs. Teachers. Today, we talk of Technology & Teachers. A key idea, inherent in the title of that post was the potential of disagreement between technology and teachers. We asked if a teacher can ever be replaced by digital tools. While the answer is obvious, it does (more…)

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Article | Technology Vs. Teachers

Today, the blackboards in schools are being replaced with digital interactive whiteboards. But does that mean that the real class teacher will also be replaced by a digital teacher? More importantly the question is “CAN” the class teacher be replaced by a digital teacher? In my opinion, the answer (undoubtedly) to that (more…)

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Blood Moon | Student Activities

October 8 2014 will witness Lunar Eclipse, which is also popularly known as The Blood Moon. During this eclipse, the Sun, Earth and the Moon will appear in a straight line. The Earth will block the Sun’s light from reaching the Moon. But, some light  rays from around the edge of (more…)

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OER | A Very Useful Example

There have been many debates and discussions regarding the use (and, perhaps abuse) of OER (Open Educational Resources). Most discussions have been centred around the proper definition of OER, their viability and sustainability. We’ll perhaps post on a later date, a summary of these debates. Today is about a very (more…)

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Opportunity | B.Ed English Teachers (Primary & Secondary)

One of our partners is looking for a B.Ed English Teacher (Primary & Secondary) to work part-time (from home) as a consultant for a publishing project. The candidate must have access to computer with Internet and should be able to dedicate 2-3 hours a day to the project. If you’re (more…)

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Classroom Strategy | Language Evolution

When working on this classroom strategy, one question that bugged us for a while was whether this applied more to an English classroom or the History classroom. While the content leans towards use in an English classroom, there are interesting elements to the content that lend themselves to use, by the (more…)

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Teacher’s Day Contest

Wishing all teachers a very Happy Teachers’ Day! Today, on the occasion of Teacher’s Day we salute and bow to all those who have taken up the honourable task of teaching (either formally or informally) or contribute in some manner to the teaching process. Being a teacher means so many (more…)

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Teacher’s Day Contest | Submit

This is the submission page for the Teacher’s Day contest that we recently posted. Please use the form below to submit your entry. Please read the terms and conditions carefully before you submit your entry. Please ensure we have your full name and correct email address to contact you. (more…)

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Learn | Open Knowledge: Changing the Global Course of Learning | Stanford Online

Stanford Online has recently launched a new course that relates to Open Knowledge. We have been observing a steady trend towards the use of open resources in learning (much like this site, which offers quite a lot of useful resources openly). Yet there are many questions about what exactly open means. (more…)

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Link | Ten useful reports on MOOCs and online education

Here’s a list of ten reports and papers related to MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) and online learning. This digest of reports and papers published over the past year is provided to support the ongoing debate on MOOCs, Open Educational Resources and online education. A brief summary of the contents, (more…)