Creating a learning environment at Azim Premji School

Saha, Tapasya (2013) Creating a learning environment at Azim Premji School. Learning Curve (21). pp. 66-68.

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Learning is a continuous journey. This thought is as old as Confucius (551-479BCE) who felt that success in life is linked to learning, which should be instilled in childhood. The Buddhist “Vinay”, and in Islam, madrasa, both refer to a physical space where religious and philosophical discussion can take place. Plato’s “Academy” was perhaps the first school, or his most famous student, Aristotle’s “Lyceum” where the wealthy menfolk would gather to discuss philosophy, politics and learn from each other’s views. As time passed on society needed different kinds of workers.

Item Type: Articles in APF Magazines
Authors: Saha, Tapasya
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Education, Elementary education, Early childhood education
Subjects: Social sciences
Social sciences > Education
Divisions: Azim Premji University > University Publications > Learning Curve
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