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July 2024

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Fighting climate change by minimizing food waste
Subhadip Senapati and Narayan Barman
Is there a link between food waste and climate change? With nearly a third of the world's food going to waste, the environmental and economic consequences are profound. Subhadip Senapati suggests practical steps we can take collectively to reduce food waste and mitigate climate change.
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Fascinating fungi-facts
Nandini Dholepat
From mysterious mushrooms to symbiotic lichens, Nandini Dholepat writes about a world where every fallen log tells a story of renewal and biodiversity.
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Chocolate, anyone?
Sujata C
Who doesn’t love chocolates? What makes them irresistible? From ancient rituals to modern-day indulgences, Sujata C writes about why this seemingly humble bean captivates our senses. She presents an educational yet fun project for school children that blends science, history, geography, and more, to learn all about chocolate!
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Grisly tales from Indian history
Sheel
Sheel reviews SV Iyer’s book ‘Rouges and Rajas: Dark Tales for Tumultuous Times,’ a collection of dark and captivating stories that brings to light the tumultuous lives of ancient rulers and thinkers, offering a new way to engage with history.
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Can the museum be a space of discovery and delight?
Ashwin Prabhu Can museums transcend their dusty reputations and become dynamic hubs of discovery for stu...
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For the love of a good story
Usha Raman We have reached the end of a long chapter, as we bring to you this last print edition of Tea...
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The magic of sharing stories
Menaka Raman Stories are the best ways to connect with people. For children’s author Menaka Raman, the be...
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Building bridges through stories
Suroor Alikhan We are becoming more and more selfish and less understanding and accepting of ‘the ot...

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May-June 2024

Library narratives
Anitha B and Seethal PS
If you are looking for ways to make the best use of your library, read to find out how these two librarians got their students and teachers to explore the library.
Integrating sustainable development goals with school education
Nirali Dagli
Mere lip service won't help anybody. If we want our students to be able to confront and solve problems that are in the way of their future, we need to train them from right now.
Going green
Alka Kapur
If you are thinking about implementing green initiatives in your school, Modern Public School shares with you a few practices that you can follow.

April 2024

What drives schools? A critical sociology perspective
Simran Luthra
When did schools, as we know them today, emerge? Is the Indian scenario peculiar? What drives them? What should drive them? Who gains from schools and how?
The peer pressure of tomorrow
Neerja Singh
Peer pressure driven by social media is a major challenge today. Do we realize its impact on the youth? Can we help the youth with the

skills, knowledge and support systems they would need to deal with this?

Hedy Lamarr: A beauty with brains
Mamata Pandya
In this issue we get to know about a Hollywood actor, known for her beauty, who also had a lifelong passion for invention and often spent her evenings working at her drafting table and studying research texts.

March 2024

Teacher evaluation: time to rethink and reform
Dr. Gopal Midha and Dr. Tanushree Rawat
Evaluating and assessing students is a big part of the teacher’s job. It helps her understand where her students are on the learning

graph and if and how she should change her teaching methodology. But what about the teacher herself? Who is to assess her performance? Are there systems in place to measure teacher effectiveness? Usually student performance is considered a reflection of the teacher’s performance, but is that all there is? How well a teacher knows and imparts her subject is only one aspect of measuring teacher effectiveness. Evaluating teachers and their teaching is a difficult and sensitive issue, but one that is also very important. While discussing the challenges of teacher evaluation, the cover stories in this issue also point to the tools one can use to make it fairer and more empathetic.

Sporting horizons
Neerja Singh
Sports broadcasting has come a long way from the days of the radio. Today with games streaming online and the many features that digital technology offers them, fans are

more involved participants in sporting events. The digital world is changing the way fans and athletes interact, transforming the sporting world.

Annual day: a platform for leadership development
Shalini Solanki
Songs, dance, drama, musical performances — school annual days are platforms for students to showcase their talent. But is that all there is to an annual day? School annual days are

also events where several other life skills including leadership skills can be developed.

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Yet another beginning

For teachers, beginnings and endings are commonplace. Each year we send off one batch of students and welcome another.

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Maximizing assessment effectiveness:

Charanjit Kaur Brar Charanjit Kaur Brar examines the effectiveness of Bloom’s Taxonomy, a well-known framework for creating assessments, developed by Benjamin Bloom. It classifies learning objectives into six levels of...

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Maryam, the mathematician

Mamata Pandya Mamata Pandya writes about the mathematical genius Maryam Mirzakhani and the extraordinary journey she took from a childhood in war-torn Iran to winning the prestigious Fields Medal.

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Touch me not!

Arti Pandey, Anshumalika Rai, and Nimesh Ved Arti Pandey, Anshumalika Rai, and Nimesh Ved review “Adi and Anku Learn to stay safe: The body safety guide for preschoolers” by Aditi...

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