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A Few More Words about Why Online Learning Is the Key to Success

The Internet has made our communication easier and knowledge much more accessible than ever before. With its help we are now able to work, travel and study from home. It has erased many social, religious, geographical and political boundaries that used to keep people apart. One of the greatest advantages that the Internet has introduced to us is the availability of information on virtually any subject. In the past it took people much time and effort to find some information. They would go…

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Resolving Conflicts in the Classroom


Apart from teaching itself there are many ways that teachers have to interact with their students. Sometimes they act as coaches or an arbiter, at times they have to try on a hat of a psychologist or a probation officer. With that much of pressure on their heads there is always a chance of things getting out of control in classrooms.

Today we’ll talk about some useful tips and tricks that might help an educator to resolve conflicts and diffuse a difficult situation.

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3 Useful Tips to Help Teachers Stay Focused and Organized All Year Round

 

Even the most enthusiastic and seemingly well-prepared teachers who start a new academic year very energetically, at the end of the semester might find themselves in the position of falling behind their well planned teaching schedule. It does not happen because they lack skills or knowledge but because the curriculum is often too challenging. See for yourself: apart from teaching itself educators are required to do some lesson planning preparatory work, think about how to best…

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Improving Your Writing Skills with the Help of Technology

 

The negative effect of high-tech innovations on students’ writing skills has been widely discussed and debated recently. It stands to reason that Twitter and similar microblogging services with limited use of characters, do not really promote to a person’s ability to write. But the strange thing is that, according to some studies, some technology innovations can actually help students improve their writing skills.

There are a great many tech tools and techniques that people…

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Facebook Code of Conduct for Teachers

Originally designed to serve as a means to help college grads track each other down, Facebook has now become one of the largest social networking sites on the globe reaching the audience of about 1 billion users worldwide. People use it to stay in touch with their families, keep their friends posted on what is going on with them; they use it to establish business contacts, promote their brands or advertise goods.

With minimum age requirement for signing up of 13, more and more schoolers…

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5 Funny Ways to Help Your Child Overcome Their Classroom Presentation Fear

 

Making public speeches is an extremely stressful experience dreaded by many otherwise confident and courageous adults let alone children who are much more vulnerable to criticism and often find it difficult to control their emotions.

Some amount of anxiety is quite healthy and explicable, it indicates that a person takes the matter seriously and helps him to stay focused all along. However, if a person does not try to recognize and deal with it properly at an early stage, it…

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5 Tips on Connecting With a Student in Your Classroom

Learning is in many ways very much like an exhausting hurdle marathon where only a few most determined and enduring ones are lucky enough to make the finish without feeling physically, emotionally and mentally squeezed out. Other participants of this years-long academic race either fall out of it halfway or are at the tail-end all the way through school.

Teachers are increasingly concerned about the growing number of students who get disinterested and disconnected in class despite the…

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Teaching Tips from the Most Effective Online Instructors

A good teacher is good no matter what settings he has to work in, whether it is face-to-face instruction delivered in a traditional classroom or a virtual session with a tutor who might be thousands of miles away, an effective teacher will be able to help students to develop knowledge and skills in a particular subject and overcome any academic struggles a student might have.

However, the setting does have to be considered for there are a number of certain techniques and tools that can…

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Challenges Facing Multi-Grade Teachers

As school budgets are shrinking more and more schools are forced to go in for multi-grade classrooms, which is an organizational structure that provides for students of different ages, grades and academic abilities to be taught in the same group and frequently by the same teacher.

This poses greater challenges on teachers who are mainly trained to teach mono-grade classrooms and are ill-prepared to cope with situations, which can arise in such a heterogeneous learning environment. They…

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Effective Ways to Improve Students’ Reading Comprehension

Reading comprehension is important for our everyday life, work or study. Whether it is a chemistry book or toaster user manual, the latest best-seller or a newspaper article, the more you get out of it, the more value the time spent will have.

How often do you see your child or student struggling to understand the paragraph he has just read? Do you often have to help him grab the main idea of the text or book? How to help a child overcome his reluctance to start doing his reading…

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