Bringing you this month’s TALL for you.

Here we share with you online teaching-learning tools, curricular support materials and other resources to create an enabling, interactive and productive online learning environment every month. Here is what we have for you in this month’s issue:

We hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.

Keeping the productive dialogue and engagement alive, we bring to you the October issue of our monthly e-magazine, TaLL, Teaching as Lifelong Learning.

Here we share with you online teaching-learning tools, curricular support materials and other resources to create an enabling, interactive and productive online learning environment every month. Here is what we have for you in this month’s issue:

• How can we teach mathematics with recipes? Integrating day-to-day activities as a curriculum is one of the aspects advocated by Gandhi’s Nai Taleem. On the 151st anniversary of Gandhi, our ‘Story of the Month’ explores the relevance of learner-centric curriculum situated in the community of practice in Gandhi’s pragmatic idea of Nai Taleem or Basic Education.

• How can teachers rediscover the fun of storytelling with technology? Read our ‘Teacher’s Diary’ section to learn how to create digital interactive stories.

• If you are bothered as to how to reach students with online teaching in low bandwidth areas, you need to explore the Wise app in our ‘E-Auzaar’. Get a detailed exposition on this amazing app, getting rave reviews for its efficacy, in this section.

• On the occasion of International Day of the Girl Child, our ‘Bioscope’ section talks about the challenges faced by girls world over and offers a plethora of resources on the topic.

• How can a science or social science teacher make content and language integrated into learning? The ‘Kitabghar’ section introduces a new resource book for our fellow teachers to inform and invigorate their teaching.

• Hiccups don’t mean someone is remembering you. Know some interesting facts and theories about hiccups in our ‘Roobaru’ section.

• In ‘Nai Dishayen’, we bring useful information and links regarding scholarships, awards, cash prizes and honors that await the deserving students.

And, of course, yet another engaging, interactive and creative puzzle awaits you in our puzzle section.

We hope you find this month’s magazine as enriching, useful and refreshing as ever.

Do send us your valuable feedback and suggestions to make it even better.

Happy Reading, Reflecting, Experimenting and Contributing…

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