Newton once said, "If I have seen further,
it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants." Mankind progresses
by building on the knowledge acquired by previous generations.
and teachers have the unenviable task of teaching to their students
in a span of about 15 years, all the knowledge that mankind has
gathered over more than 3000 years! In this process, distortions
are bound to occur; gaps in the process of learning and teaching
are bound to appear. As a result, at times, our schools, teachers
and education system appear/become ineffective and inadequate.
We launch binary options login upon this endeavour to add to the education space available.
attempt here is to walk beside the students, and relive the excitement
of discovering what we these days either assume or accept without
much argument. In earlier times, the diameter of the earth was calculated
with commonsensical observation, without the use of complex mathematics
or modern devices. What did Science believe to be cause for
an apple to fall to ground before Newton came out with his theories?
What was the need to invent the concepts of logarithms, quadratic
equations, calculus etc.?
It is a common saying that necessity is the mother of invention.
Did all knowledge that mankind now possesses, arise from physical
needs alone? Or is curiosity also a need of human beings, as critical
as their physical needs. In our view, it is man's physical needs
combined with his metaphysical needs that led to the pursuit and
accumulation of knowledge.
We plan to structure our content around the school curricula. This
will help us connect with our audience better and make the process
of learning at schools, from teachers, from parents, and through
books more rewarding. Join us as students, teachers, parents, educators,
and curious observers or as anybody who has a stake in the future
of mankind and let us attempt to live the past 3000 years.
Study Material :
Check out our chapter on Quadratic
Equations for class X, CBSE students. It gives you a taste of
things to come in this section. Don't just solve the quadratic equations:
Ask why do you need to learn quadratic equations? Where are these
used in day to day life; and what is the history of quadratic equations?
Guide helps you review and revise in minutes all that you have
Last Minute helps you handle the pressures
that all students feel just on the eve of the examinations.
Table : Check out the Periodic
Table to see atomic number, electro-negativity, orbital, oxidation
number, Atomic mass, melting/boiling point, Electronic shells, Isotopes,
atomic radius, and names of discoverer of all the elements of Periodic
table on a single screen, at one place.
qEquationSolver : When you solved
Equation, did you also think of Calculating Discriminant, shape
of parabola, and the position of Vertex of parabola. Try solving
and plotting quadratic equations using our qEquationsolver.
Conversion table : 5 joules
are how many calories? or how many horse power? or how many watt
hours? And how many British Thermal Units? One Pascal is how many
pounds per square inch? Our Conversion
Table helps you out.
ActiveMath : Have you forgotten
the proof that three sides on a triangle add up to 180 degrees?
Try our activeMath,
and hopefully you will not forget it again. Check our sine,
cosine and tangent curves for a special treat.
Online Dictionaries : What is
the meaning of word 'iconoclast' as per Webster, Oxford, Yourdictionary,
Webopaedia, Thesaurus, Allwords, Wordsmyth, and Dictionary.com?
all these dictionaries simultaneously here.
Exam Alerts :
is the calendar for next SAT or GMAT examination? What is the last
date for admission to Stanford's next fall session? When is Common
Admission Test for admissions to IIMs scheduled? Check it out on
our site on examAlerts
or ask the alerts
to be delivered to you by email.
For Teachers :
for teachers? You are teaching Calculus to class XI tomorrow. Find
out the best available resources to help you handle your class better
at TeacherPlanet. What are the mustReads?
"Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore
in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace."
These are the opening lines of a speech
that the US President Richard Nixon would have delivered, had
the Apollo 11 mission failed, and the crew perished. The Nixon administration
was fully prepared for such a contingency. Read this and many more
speeches in our greatSpeeches
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