The aim of learning is to be able to apply knowledge to solve new problems - that not only requires deeper conceptual understanding, but also requires attitude to extrapolate knowledge to discover the path to solution. Each and every thought to solve a problem is a path leading to some knowledge but not necessarily to the solution. The exploration of paths that lead to some knowledge but not the solution are what we call as productive failures. GanitCharcha encourages to make productive failures as it is one of the proven way to engage anyone with Mathematics. A properly designed and instrumented process to commit productive failures can infuse a sense of accomplishments amongst learners and thereby enhancing their confidence and love towards Mathematics.

We are excited to host 176-th and 177-th Carnival of Mathematics in a single blog post for December 2019 and January 2020. And perhaps this is happening...

Are you an educator or a teacher? Have you found yourself in situations in the classroom where you glanced at your students and found them staring blankly into...

Ganit Charcha completes 5 years of teaching and inspiring with MathematicsThis year, the 29th of September will mark our 5th anniversary into this unique...

We are glad to host the $165$-th Carnival of Mathematics in January $2019$ after last months Carnival of Mathematics 164 by Life Through a...

We are glad to host the $153$rd Carnival of Mathematics in December $2017$ after last months Carnival of Mathematics 152 by TD Dang & Matthew Scroggs at...

We are glad to host the $141$th Carnival of Mathematics in December $2016$ after last months Carnival of Mathematics 140 by Tom at Mathematics and Coding....

In this article we will establish the connection between Irreducible Fractions and Recurring Decimals. We will start by defining irreducible fractions....

One Saturday afternoon Rima was relaxing with a storybook in her hand. Just then there was a knock on the door, her sister…oops…how could she...

We are glad to host the $129$th Carnival of Mathematics in December $2015$ after last months Carnival of Mathematics 128 by Mike...

Pierre de Fermat posed one problem more than 350 years ago and the problem is stated as follows “Find a number which can be written in two different ways...