Teaching Is Not What It Used to Be
Ever since third grade, I had wanted to be a teacher. My goal was sure and steady. I graduated high school and set my major to Education with a minor in mathematics. It was what I had always wanted. Being a teacher was a dream job that I worked to achieve.
How Can Communities Help Educate Early Childhood Students
Teachers have the critical task of nurturing and educating children. It remains at the front door of our professional agenda. Our thesis never changes despite the challenges we encounter in education. We must understand that community affects learning.
7 Practical Reasons for Embracing Online Learning
Although e-Learning has been practised before Covid19, it skyrocketed during the pandemic. For some students and teachers, e-Learning presents many challenges making them detest it. Discover for yourself these down-to-earth reasons for reconsidering online education.
The Scientific Approach in Education
The field of teaching and learning requires continuous development and improvement. This requires stakeholders including teachers to conduct research– a scientific approach in education in which the goal is to gather information and facts to build new ideas and knowledge.
When You're Being Interviewed, Speak Like a Brand.
An interview is an inside look at a candidate who is being interviewed. My dear friends, the company is merely looking to hire a colleague, not a student! Let's take a look at the method you'll need to take as a student to get recruited as a coworker for the first time in your future workplace.
How to Write an Effective and Entertaining Lesson Plan in Three Steps
Writing a lesson plan can be daunting, but it's the first step in making sure you have a successful lesson.
Approaches and Methods for Teaching Listening and Speaking
Here are some approaches and methods for teaching these two macro skills (listening and speaking) that can help you as an English teacher.
How to Become an Effective and Efficient 21st Century Language Teacher
Characteristics of a 21st century teacher
14 Instructional Techniques for Students with Usher Syndrome and More
How do students with this dual sensory impairment differ from people who are blind or deaf? What are relevant instructional considerations for people who are deaf-blind? Read about these topics from a person who has taught students with Usher syndrome.
Bad Teacher News: October 2021
Bad actors, police officers and politicians will make the national news for their misbehavior. Teachers and school staff who misbehave are rarely reported outside of their city or state. This monthly series of articles on Hub Pages will try to partially correct this. It's for the school children ...
Bad Teacher News: November 2021
Bad actors, police officers and (sometimes) politicians will make the national news for their misbehavior. Teachers and school staff who misbehave are rarely reported outside of their city or state. This series of articles on Hub Pages will try to partially correct this. Our children are worth it!
Read-Aloud Across Secondary Curriculum
A Strategy that Works! Reading aloud to your students has a powerful impact on their comprehension and learning. A read-aloud is a short yet powerful way to demonstrate effective reading techniques to move your students beyond a superficial reading level.
Four Travailing Stages of Ascension
Five Travailing Stages Of Ascension In every pursuit in life, there are stages in life that must be surmounted before a dream can be realised. These stages are proof of your determination, consistency and passion. You have no excuses not to try again despite having exhausted enough time, but still,
The art of Learning : What is Tripod of Education?
Humans have a unique way of learning followed by the phenomenon of invention which commences from birth via the method of T.o.E.
Mushrooms, Yeast, and the Fungi Kingdom Lesson Plan
Observe mushrooms, learn their parts, taste mushrooms, learn how they reproduce, create a mushroom craft, create dough, blow up a balloon using yeast, and more in this fun, hands-on lesson plan on the fungi kingdom. Children's book list on mushrooms is included. Geared toward elementary & preschool.
My First Ever Online Class Teaching Experience In Pandemic
We have always imagined classroom scenario as Teacher teaching and student sitting and attending the class. Never in the wildest dreams one could imagine Online class as a new norm. Here's how I dealt with it.
9 Things to Consider to Manage the Class Effectively
Teaching is more of a service than anything else. The value of teaching in society is visible and influential. We can't deny the fact that it is the noblest profession. Entering into this profession needs a lot of dedication and effort.
Best Reading Technique-Accelerated Reader/Reading (AR) or Books.
Home Schooling and School with Grades 7 to 9 opt for Accelerated Reading. Are the Grades benefiting from AR or should there be a call out for only Books OR All grades should take the Accelerated Reading as the ultimate method of developing reading skills.
Teaching Methods You Can Try (Part Two)
The classroom is a unique climate, uniting students from various foundations with different capacities and characters. Being a successful instructor, in this way, requires the execution of inventive and creative helping procedures to meet understudies' individual necessities.
6 Teaching Methods You Can Try (Part One)
Many teaching methods work for any class, regardless of the age of the understudies or the subject. At the point when an instructor carries out a blend of viable showing procedures, their students or pupils have more freedom to perform better in class.
Who said Mew or the Holistic Method in Learning Foreign Languages
In teaching foreign langages the author tries to unite the painting and words for its explanation. Especially, he pay attention to the particular features of British culture, just in forming the image of the cat.
The Role-Morality on Profession
Professions have certain distinctions and specific social expectations. Does the level of education define one's character and morality? This article is written to discuss whether professions generate distinct and potentially conflicting ethical roles for practitioners or not.
With its creative grouping of learners across age and grade levels, multi-grade teaching can be a response to certain educational problems afflicting poor and rural communities. The type of problems that the present monograde teaching arrangements do not adequately provide for or solve.
Ontario Has No Clear Answers On Delayed March Break
Is it happening? Is it canceled? Are we going back after if it does happen? Ford doesn't want to "predict two weeks out," but why does everyone else get a break?
Self-Directed Learning: How to Create a Learner Centered Approach
Self-directed learning, self-training, technology, and adding engaging and motivating activities support the learner.
The Importance of Computers to All of Us
The computer has greatly invaded the lives of individuals, and has become used in all areas of their lives, including the mobile device, office devices, and others, The more advanced the device, the more benefits gained from it, and it is worth noting that its use is common in homes, institutions,