Nov 10, 2010
Classroom Management 6344 Views
Classroom management is probably the most difficult area for new teachers to master. While every teacher eventually develops their own management style, there are some strategies that just don't work. Eliminate these as options and you've gone a long way to having a smoothly running classroom.
Nov 10, 2010
Other 2901 Views
The compulsory attendance of children to go to school starting at the age of six to up nineteen in the thirteenth grade is called the K 12 educational system. Learning about a little bit of the background of this type of educational system makes it easier to understand its overall concept of teaching.
Nov 10, 2010
Classroom Materials 4014 Views
During the past 15-20 years, there have been many advancements in brain scan technology. These advancements are having a profound effect on the field of education in when, what and how we teach so that learning is maximized. "Brain-friendly" techniques are applications of those new discoveries.
Nov 4, 2010
Career Development 3433 Views
Education plays a unique role right from the birth of humanity in its onward journey. In the background of the emerging global country of 21st century, education has incomparably challenging roles to play. The 'global family' becomes a close-knit community, minimizing and eliminating geographic, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and all other barriers and the role of education has to undergo a conspicuous change. At this era of reconstruction and redefining, the very concept of education has to be reconstructed, redefined and modified assimilating the good elements of the past and discarding the bad ones.
Nov 4, 2010
Learning Methodology 3851 Views
A log book can be a highly valuable record for improvement. Log books are used to keep track of things such as the last date of automobile maintenance and what was done, or the number of hours a pilot has flown and where he's traveled. The log book becomes evidence of the event or action, and is used to ensure that the next trip or event is better because of what has been learned. Likewise, a student who keeps a learning log will be able to increase their understanding of material, make connections more quickly, and improve their learning "trip" along the way.
Forget about climbing Everest or the corporate ladder, teaching overseas should be number one on your list of things to do. Over a billion people are learning English worldwide and teaching English is one of the easiest ways to get a job overseas. Here are my top reasons why it will be one of the best experiences you will ever have...
Nov 1, 2010
Learning Methodology 3992 Views
It is very important for teachers, parents and children alike to understand that we are all gifted and talented in different ways. We are all unique, and rarely do any of us find everything easy. No-one is a genius in all subject areas. There are many different types of intelligences and in our brain we will all have 'cool spots'.
My father came over to this country sixty- five years ago not speaking a word of English with barely a penny in his pocket with the clothes he was wearing for the journey and a spare pair of socks. Being a tailor by trade he was soon working in an all immigrant clothes factory where no one spoke native English and...
The paper is about three ways of applying texts in the EFL classroom. They are TAVI, TALO and TASP. The paper's secondary focus is on the use of authentic material. All three ways are presented through three texts by Virginia Woolf.
This article identifies and discusses distinctions among Middle Eastern countries for EFL teachers. It also shares useful tips on how to arrive with the right foot forward.