Archive for August, 2012

10th T/M poems (Unwritten Registry, Jimmy jet and his T.V set Bangle sellers, story that can be true Because I could not stop for death, Where the mind is without fear)


10th T/M poems (Unwritten Registry, Jimmy jet and his T.V set Bangle sellers, story that can be true Because I could not stop for death, Where the mind is without fear).

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The King and the Tamarind Drum


The King and the Tamarind Drum.

What’s Your Learning Style? | Edutopia


What’s Your Learning Style? | Edutopia.

CCE (CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION)-DETAILS


CCE (CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION)-DETAILS.

Teaching English versus Teaching English to Pass an Exam


Teaching English versus Teaching English to Pass an Exam.

Regional Institute of English, South India: Video in the Classroom


Regional Institute of English, South India: Video in the Classroom.


ITS VERY USEFUL POST FOR ESTABLISHING LANGUAGE LAB AND ICT IN CLASS-R00M

CLWB.org

Year-on-year $64bn is spent on ICT for schooling, but many schools around the world have yet to take their first steps to introducing ICT. Whilst the most advanced schools in the world can take full advantage of ICT, large tracts of the planet still don’t have grid electricity.

Figure 1. Huge areas of the world have no electricity, leave alone Internet and ICT

In 2007, the number of people with PCs passed the one billion mark – still a relatively small portion of the overall world population. The digital divide is still a defining characteristic of our age, and introducing ICT into schools is one way that governments are attempting to tackle this.

When technology is first introduced into schools, it tends to be used to supplement existing operations and processes. Schools begin to see the potential for ICT but operate in a typical “factory” approach with most learning, teaching…

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