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Periodic Video - Chemistry
Periodic Video - Chemistry
A lesson about every single element on the periodic table

Created by the Periodic Videos team using the TED-Ed platform.
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Maths useful resource links across the world
Maths Useful Resource Links Across The World
It is very useful to mathematics teachers and students
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English learning Platform
English Learning Platform
With more than 96 percent of children in schools, India is close to achieving universal enrollment in the 6-14 year age group. Unfortunately, this dramatic improvement in access has not led to a commensurate increase in student learning levels. India continues to perform poorly in national and international learning surveys such as ASER and PISA. Addressing this issue first requires regular high-quality assessments to gauge whether educational achievement goals are being met, at a classroom, school, and system level.

In recent years, India has instituted assessments at the classroom level in the form of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), at the state level in the form of State Learning Achievement Surveys (SLAS), and at the national level in the form of National Assessment Survey (NAS) in order to provide teachers and policymakers with valuable feedback. Several states have also initiated whole-school evaluation efforts to assess performance at a school level. While there has been increased policy intent on the assessment of learning outcomes, ability to successfully implement remains poor. There are significant mindset and capacity barriers in the development of high-quality assessments and the use of assessment data to drive decision-making.
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National Digital library
National Digital Library
Educational materials are available for users ranging from primary to post-graduate levels
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Global radio
Global Radio
one can listen any radio in the world
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Phet Simulations
Phet Simulations
It is very useful while teaching physical sciences in secondary classes
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making symmetric figures
Making Symmetric Figures
It is very useful to the teacher in creating interest among the students
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Geogebra
Geogebra
This software is very useful to mathematics teacher, one can see many examples of class room transaction activities students can explore well, please download the software and use it in your class room
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Robo Compass
Robo Compass
Teach and learn geometry exactly as you do using a physical straightedge, compass and protractor.
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Maths simple quiz
Maths Simple Quiz
this is very useful to children we can use in formative assisment to children all categories of quizes are there
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Appreciating Mathematics Around  us
Appreciating Mathematics Around Us
See the beauty of Mathematics appreciate it and find the nature which taught the mathematics
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Geometry constructions
Geometry Constructions
here is fine reference of web which deals a visuvalisation of geometry
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Andhra Pradesh State Curriculum Framework 2011
Andhra Pradesh State Curriculum Framework 2011
Schooling in this country was once a privilege of the few but today it is a fundamental right
through Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009. Providing education to all is an
important goal upheld by the Indian Constitution. India took up concerted efforts to establish a
system of mass education more than 60 years ago. Constitution of India made it obligatory for
the state to provide basic education to all in the age group of 6 to 14.
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POSITION  PAPER NATIONAL  FOCUS  GROUP O N TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS
POSITION PAPER NATIONAL FOCUS GROUP O N TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS
The main goal of mathematics education in schools is the mathematisation of the child’s thinking.
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Math anxiety and elementary teachers
Math Anxiety And Elementary Teachers
Math anxiety and elementary teachers is an upcoming reseach across the world entire world is look at this matter
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Ramanujan's Day
Ramanujan's Day
When your automated teller machines divide and arrange your money before coughing it up, they are all using Ramanujan’s partition theory.

had ridden in taxi cab number 1729 and remarked that the number seemed to me rather a dull one, and that I hoped it was not an unfavourable omen.

‘No,’ he replied, ‘it is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as the sum of two cubes in two different ways.’
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