Issue 4 - May 2000
- Written by Shirish Beri
The question posed before me as an architect is, “Can architectural space influence the learning process in a positive way?” or, “Can architectural space contribute to the personal growth of a child with joy, freedom, compassion and awareness?” From my experience in designing and studying a number of educational institutions from primary schools to postgraduate research institutions, and from various postoccupational surveys, my answer to the above questions is a resounding “Yes!”
- Written by K. Gopalakrishna
Find your place on earth, dig in, and take your responsibilities from there.
- Written by Mallika Sen
The Annual Teachers’ Conference held at The Valley School, Bangalore between 15 and 17 Oct, 1999, was an occasion for the coming together of teachers from the various KFI centres.
- Written by G. Gautama
One of the features of schools is that teachers are expected to do what they are allocated.
- Written by A. Ramachandran
There are many issues related to the problems of growing up that we face in school.
- Written by B. Ramdas and Rama Sastry
‘You are supposed to be teachers and you don’t send your children to school?!’ The local community was aghast.
- Written by Divya Kumar
A school, like any other institution, is a complex amalgam of intentions, processes, practices and of course, people.
- Written by Editors
'UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES' and 'A FLAME OF LEARNING'
- Written by P. Ramesh
“Keats complained that Newton had destroyed the poetry of the rainbow by explaining it.