Science education can also help students understand the processes that make science a reliable body of knowledge: experiment and observation; data analysis; prediction and falsification; and critical scrutiny by a scientific community (peer review). These aspects of science need to be taught explicitly, and given sufficient teaching time.
Monday, 25 March 2013
As plants interact with the environment directly by exchanging water and energy, they are very sensitive to storms, droughts and floods. These weather events can severely damage crop yield.
As you know, plants need water to live and grow. High temperatures reduce the availability of water and decrease crop yields. Young plants are especially vulnerable to extreme weather conditions.
Saturday, 23 March 2013
Lal Bahadur Stadium is situated behind the police control room, between the Nizam College and Public Gardens in Hyderabad. It is the venue for many national and international sporting events, especially for football and cricket. The stadium was previously known as Fateh Maidan. It has the capacity to seat around 25,000 people. The swimming pool, shopping complex and the indoor stadium are the important aspects of this stadium. The ground has flood light facility.
Friday, 22 March 2013
Purple Day is an event designed to raise awareness of epilepsy. Beginning in 2008, people are encouraged to wear a purple-coloured item of clothing on March 26.
Purple Day is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. On March 26th annually, people in countries around the world are invited to wear purple and host events in support of epilepsy awareness.
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Mathematics Laboratory is a place where students can learn and explore mathematical concepts and verify mathematical facts and theorems through a variety of activities using different materials.These activities may be carried out by the teacher or the student to explore, to learn, to stimulate interest and develop favourable attitude towards mathematics.
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
According to the results of the international survey on science education - PISA, Estonian 9th
grade students are very good at acquiring factual and conceptual knowledge, but weaker at solving
problems and making reasoned decisions.
For solving these problem Lotus Lap Public School Kamalanagar branch uses creative methodology for improving the student level.
Emus are large birds. The largest can reach up to 150–190 cm (59–75 in) in height, 1–1.3 m (3.3–4.3 ft) at the shoulder. In length measured from the bill to the tail, emus range from 139 to 164 cm (55 to 65 in), with males averaging 148.5 cm (58.5 in) and females averaging 156.8 cm (61.7 in).
Emu eggshells have attracted the interest of handcrafters because of the unique outer layer of dark green, which provides an interesting base color for carving or scratch art. The middle layer of the egg is a light blue. Some crafters refer to it as turquoise, in contrast to the outer layer. The inner layer is white, and artists say it is this array of natural colors that makes the emu egg extremely challenging and desirable to work with. No added color is necessary although many crafters use acrylics, oils or hot-glued items to complement its appearance.
|The Geological Survey of India, the premier Geoscientific Organization in the country is devoted to a charter of activities that includes geological mapping of the whole country on different scales, consolidation of geological data base for the development of mineral based industries, energy and environmental resources, research activities and dissemination of knowledge on all earth science related aspects. As the geo-scientific education in the country lacks adequate practical component, professional training is an unavoidable requisite. Accordingly a full-fledged Training Institute was constituted in 1976 with headquarters at Raipur primarily with a view to orient the new recruits to professional practices|
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated on the Chaturthi, i.e., the fourth day of Indian lunar month of Bhadrapada.
It usually falls in the month of September in the English calendar. Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed God is usually worshipped before commencing any activity in order to remove obstacles and ensure success of the endeavour. He is also the bestower of worldly intelligence and spiritual wisdom.