Magazines for School Education

Quality learning resources for teachers, teacher educators, functionaries and those interested in the area of education. 

In our endeavour to provide good-quality learning resources to practicing teachers, teacher educators and educational functionaries, we bring out several publications which are available both in print and online formats. 

Some of these publications which were originally brought out in English are now also translated in Hindi and Kannada extending their reach and usefulness significantly. These periodicals promote dialogue among school teachers, practitioners and educationists on current discourses and perspectives on education, classroom pedagogy, research and on the ground experiences. 

These magazines provide valuable resources for science, mathematics, and language learning. They help build teacher capacity and facilitate more experiential and meaningful teaching-learning processes not just inside the classrooms but also in the school processes. These magazines also help build engagement of the school with the communities that they serve.

All the following magazines are available in the public domain free of cost. We also conduct weekly webinars where interaction sessions with authors are facilitated.

Recent Webinar

Can a science lab offer space for students to inquire into everyday phenomena like germination by designing and conducting their own experiments? What role would a teacher play in this process? To explore these watch our interactive webinar with Dhanya K and Radha Gopalan.

Their discussion was around this article by Dhanya from the latest issue of i wonder…

The discussion was in English.

Speaker’s details:

Dhanya has worked as a high school biology teacher. She is interested in supporting students to be active learners and in making biology more approachable and fun to learn.

Radha is a Consulting Editor at i wonder….She has worked as a middle and high school environmental science teacher. She is interested in creating open, democratic, learning spaces for children.

Read more about each magazine below.