What did you ask at school today?

The skill of being able to ask the 'right questions' is far more important than giving the right answers, says Kamala V. Mukunda, author of this book. She applies frontline research in child psychology and calls for a dramatic change in approach towards school teaching. She urges teachers to adopt good teaching practices and an open mind towards the learning process of a child. It demolishes many cherished myths about the way children learn, and reaffirms our faith in progressive pedagogy.


It guides the reader through how the combination of contemporary understanding of child psychology and brain research in academic circles, could help a teacher (or a parent) in engaging the children and to facilitate learning. It is an insightful and well-researched book for anyone closely interacting with children.