Learning from Children What to Teach Them
This enriching book explores quality education at the grassroots level for disadvantaged children. It evolves and evaluates strategies for the promotion of the overall development of children in the motor, cognitive, language, emotional, social, and moral domains. The methods used revolve around children, with a larger purpose of shaping young minds as opposed to solely enhancing academic skills by relating the subjects of the syllabi. The essence of the book lies in what adults can learn from children while teaching them.
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Bridging the Gap between Education
Families of the Children of the Forests
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activities adults Andhra Pradesh anganwadi workers approach Arithmetic ashram schools assess Attention Bangalore behaviour boys camp cent child development child mental health child-friendly children from class children in class classrooms cognitive creativity D.B. Kuppe dance Developmental developmental psychology DPEP Effect Size emotional evaluation families forest girls government schools groups H.D. Kote H.D. Kote taluka haadi health workers ICDS improvement India Jenu Kurubas Kadu Kurubas Kannada Kapur Karnataka language large number Memory mental health problems methods Metikuppe motor Mysore National NCERT NGOs NIMHANS number of children older children Parameter Pre-Score Post-Score parents performance play poor population Post-Score P Value primary education Primary Health primary schools promotion of psycho-social psycho-social development Psychological Raven's Progressive Matrices rural areas Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Schedule Caste school children scores Second Standard Combined stories Table taluka teachers teaching total number tribal children village welfare sectors workshops