# Items where Division is "Foundation Publications" and Year is 2010

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**38**.

## 2010

Ranjekar, Dileep
(2010)
*Education for a just, humane and equitable society.*
In:
Ethics, business and society : managing responsibly.
SAGE Publishing India, New Delhi, pp. 81-94.
ISBN 9788132104025

## March 2010

Balasubramanian, Krishnan
(2010)
*Computational & mathematical concepts in arts
and science.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 23-25.

Behar, S C
(2010)
*The hypocrisy in math.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 109-110.

Chudgar, Amita
(2010)
*Learning to add: are we subtracting the
importance of the home environment?*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 114-116.

Dewan, Hridaykant
(2010)
*Pedagogy of mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 16-22.

Gananath, S N
(2010)
*Digital resources for mathematics teachers.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 133-135.

Gangola, Anant
(2010)
*Unsung heroes: what is it that makes them
stand out?*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 124-125.

Gupta, Arvind
(2010)
*Broomstick tables.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 81-82.

Gupta, Arvind
(2010)
*Maths missionary – P. K. Srinivasan.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 111-113.

Jagadeeshan, Shashidhar
(2010)
*A culture of enjoying mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 7-11.

Karopady, D. D.
(2010)
*What ails mathematics teaching?*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 42-47.

Kingdon, Geeta Gandhi and Banerji, Rukmini
(2010)
*How sound are our mathematics teachers?*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 52-55.

Kumar, Uma Hari
(2010)
*The value of drill and practice in math:
a perspective.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 69-71.

Kumar, V S
(2010)
*Engineers, accountants And mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 126-128.

Mukherjee, Amitabha
(2010)
*The nature of mathematics and its relation
2 to school education.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 12-15.

Mukunda, Kamala
(2010)
*Important concepts in primary school
mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 37-39.

Nadig, Devika and Gupta, Vijay
(2010)
*Meaningful teaching of mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 57-59.

Naik, Arun
(2010)
*Concept attainment model.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 60-62.

Narayan, Devika
(2010)
*Math for the non-mathematical soul.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 122-123.

Prasad, Indu
(2010)
*Confessions of a victim of mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 117-119.

Prasad, Indu
(2010)
*Mathematics and the national curriculum
framework.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 34-36.

Raghavan, Neeraja
(2010)
*Two books worth a read.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 130-132.

Rajagopalan, Sridhar
(2010)
*Insights about student learning from an
adaptive learning math program.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 93-99.

Ram, Shwetha
(2010)
*The elusive “Mr.Math”.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 120-121.

Ramachandran, Nat
(2010)
*Mother's math and the art of estimation.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 40-41.

S. Rathore, Abhishek and Sarangi, Falguni
(2010)
*Response analysis: understanding children
from their frame of reference.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 88-92.

Sarukkai, Sundar
(2010)
*Ancient India and mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 48-51.

Satry, V S S
(2010)
*Fold paper and learn mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 77-80.

Sharma, Ekta
(2010)
*Dialogue in math teaching: realities and challenges.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 63-65.

Shenoy, Sulata
(2010)
*2 + 2 = ? a case for early identification of
dyscalculia.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 72-76.

Shirali, Shailesh
(2010)
*Number: the role of pattern and play in its teaching.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 30-33.

Subramaniam, k
(2010)
*Culture in the learning of mathematics.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 26-28.

Subramanian, H
(2010)
*Ten great mathematicians.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 101-108.

Suresh, Meena
(2010)
*The role of concrete experiences in learning
primary school math.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 66-68.

Turner, Ross
(2010)
*Lessons from the international PISA project.*
Learning Curve (14).
pp. 84-87.

## August 2010

Batra, Poonam
(2010)
*Contested terrain of school social science.*
Learning Curve (15).
pp. 10-17.

Dewan, Hriday Kant
(2010)
*Vexing questions in social studies.*
Learning Curve (15).
pp. 28-35.

Paliwal, Rashmi
(2010)
*Assessment of social science in schools-our experiences, experiments and learnings.*
Learning Curve (15).
pp. 95-105.