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  • S. L. Faisal 3:26 pm on December 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Around the World in 30 Days – December 2017 | HuffPost 

    Source: Around the World in 30 Days – December 2017 | HuffPost

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  • S. L. Faisal 1:47 pm on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Here, students learn the smart way – The Hindu 

    Aryan N., a class 7 student at the Government Model Primary School (GMPS), Kengeri, enjoys sitting in his classroom and learning mathematics and science. He doesn’t rely only on his textbook, but abso

    Source: Here, students learn the smart way – The Hindu

     
  • S. L. Faisal 12:46 pm on November 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Register-Pajaronian | Thousands join call for ‘Afterschool for All’ 

    PVUSD’s first afterschool program opened in 1999 with the 21st Century grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Originally serving 1,100 students, the program has grown to now serve more than 3,000 students, providing homework assistance, mentoring, tutoring, and classes and clubs in sports, recreation, mathematics, science and dozens of other subjects.

    Source: Register-Pajaronian | Thousands join call for ‘Afterschool for All’

     
  • S. L. Faisal 12:41 pm on November 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    The technology-free class where the kids choose the lessons | Stuff.co.nz 

    There’s chickens and seats made from tree stumps but no screens in this back-to-earth classroom.

    Source: The technology-free class where the kids choose the lessons | Stuff.co.nz

     
  • S. L. Faisal 2:01 pm on October 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Open classrooms — open minds – Porterville Recorder: News 

    Picture a traditional classroom, with desks in rows and one teacher instructing students at the front of the room by a chalkboard. This classroom is flanked on either side by identical classrooms of students in the same grade level to make three classrooms in one wing, separated by two walls.Now knock big holes in those walls, allowing as many as 60 students to flow from room to room, interacting and collaborating in several smaller, task-specific groups supervised by two teachers and instructional aides. This is the essence of the open classroom design

    Source: Open classrooms — open minds – Porterville Recorder: News

     
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