Square Pegs in Round Holes: Mathematics Through Origami by Ravindra Keskar
Vigyan Prasar (2000)
For many kids in our schools, mathematics is a dreaded subject, perhaps even more so than physics, chemistry and biology. One reason for this, it is believed, is that whatever is taught in the name of these subjects has little or nothing to do with real life. Experience in the field has shown that once a clear link can be established, the teaching and learning of the subject at once becomes agreeable and enjoyable, the dread dissolved and children start loving it. That is why this particular aspect has been consistently kept in view in all NCSTC programmes and activities aimed at popularisation of science and mathematics.
Square Pegs in Round Holes: Mathematics Through Origami [PDF] Ravindra Keskar
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