Offering students space for spontaneous immersion in the natural world can help them develop their observation skills and experience a sense of discovery.
On the other hand, structured learning experiences can help students engage with scientific concepts from the school curriculum in a focused and systematic manner.
How do we, as teachers, bridge these two requirements? Join us as we explore this question in an interactive session with Radha Gopalan and Vinay Suram.
The discussion will be in English.
Read the article: https://publications.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/2853/
About the Speakers
Radha Gopalan has a PhD in environmental science and has worked as an educator at Rishi Valley School, Andhra Pradesh.
Vinay Suram works as a teacher educator and resource person at Azim Premji Foundation.
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