In the final video in this 2-part series, Kiran Bir Sethi, Founder of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad talks to ACER India's Anannya Chakraborty about the school’s global programs – Design for Change and I CAN School.
In our annual Teacher magazine reader survey, we ask you to share one piece of advice with a fellow educator. In this infographic, we share some of the responses we received from educators in India on the themes of reflecting and connecting.
Toys are an integral part of our childhood years – from a traditional toy like a spinning top (lattoo) to the latest games consoles, we cherish the time we have spent with our childhood friends playing with our favourite toys. Head of Pragyan School Divya Kapoor explains Toy-Based Pedagogy can be an effective teaching and learning approach for students of all ages.
Giving students a practical, hands-on challenge is a great opportunity for them to demonstrate what they can do and the progress they have made, while gaining an appreciation of the relevance and wider application of the knowledge and skills they’ve learned.
The WISE Awards 2022 for innovation in education were announced last month and include several pioneering projects that are making a difference to students, teachers, leaders and communities in India. Here, we look at the winners.
Dr Sheetal Rajvenshi has received the Jigyasa Progressive Educator Award for prioritising professional learning. Here we find out how she has used new strategies from her training to make learning every day a holistic and robust experience for students.
Research analysing data on 1.3 million students and 50,000 teachers in the United States has demonstrated a positive impact on student academic achievement and behavioural outcomes when they are taught by the same teacher twice. Dr Leigh Wedenoja shares more details with Teacher in this article.
Kiran Bir Sethi is the Founder of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad. In today’s video, she talks to ACER India's Anannya Chakraborty about the school's user-centred curriculum.
‘Changing video consumption patterns in education have inspired a growing body of research focused on measuring video’s effectiveness as a learning aid’. In this reader submission, Tara Walsh shares some findings from her recent literature review into the use of instructional video in K-12 education.
A new report has assessed whether copyright limitations for educational purposes are unfit for remote education through a legal analysis of copyright laws in 40 countries. This infographic shows the number of countries in the report for which the following online teaching scenarios are not legal.