Teaching Techniques : Social Media – A variant of the previous section is to utilize social media in the classroom. Students today are always connected to their social network and so will need little motivation to get them engaged with social media in the classroom. The ways you can use this method of teaching are […]
Tips on using Social Media by Teachers : Social media have become an essential factor of our lives. In the huge family of social media there are a large number of teachers who have also included social networking as an important factor of their lives. It is good to be social however; there are a […]
Voice Meter – Tell your students that when they are inside the classroom, they must be audible but use moderate voice. Outside the classroom, they are welcome to raise the volume, as long as they do not disturb anyone. Put your hand up to answer/to ask – In their enthusiasm to answer or ask questions, […]
Teaching Tips : No Aggression (kicking, punching ,hitting, pushing or biting) –This rule does not apply to children in grades above one or second. However, children who are in pre school or first first grade, tend to not realize that some behavior are not acceptable. Young Learners sometimes engage in aggressive behavior because they do […]
One of the most favorable, hopeful and an encouraging methods is online learning. It is not just convenient and economical but it gives learners a broader spectrum of modern learning. However, it is quite unfortunate that many people fail to discover, the efficacious weapon called online learning and making it work for them. Online has […]
When you are trying to teach young children about their senses, here is an idea for the sense of touch. Create a bulletin board with the words �Please Touch� as a title. The following are some ideas of what you can put on this board: a feather, cotton ball, sandpaper, a piece of material, ribbon, […]
1. WE NEED MORE TIME TO FIGURE THINGS OUT Give more practice problems in a particular area. More time may be needed on speed drills or reading comprehension than is allowed for in the curriculum. Show patience! Tutor after school in help classes, if necessary. Create emotional security by not embarrassing them in front of […]
• Use rubrics. Conduct a class discussion in which students develop a rubric to be used for scoring performance tasks. This allows students to gain an understanding of expectations for solutions to multi-step problems. • Use notebook/homework quizzes as a way to easily assess if students are doing their homework. Provide students with a list […]
Are you teaching in your normal voice? Every teacher can remember this from the first year in the classroom: spending those first months talking at an above-normal range until one day, you lose your voice. Raising our voice to get students’ attention is not the best approach, and the stress it causes and the vibe […]
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