by Alejandro Guevara Onofre
From an economical perspective, Malaysia is one of the most industrialized countries on the continent of Asia. By the 1970s and 1980s, the economy was highly developed and Malaysia boasted one of the highest economic growth rates on the planet. By that time, it expanded its educational system very fast.
Teaching English as a second language is a division of education that is continually growing. Teachers wishing to acquire a job in education may be more likely to do so if they look for a job in an area such as ESL or ESOL. The competition for ESL jobs is usually not as stiff as the competition for regular classroom teaching jobs.
Jan 9, 2010
Classroom Management 7408 Views
Teachers, no matter how experienced they are. still have a difficulty pinpointing the disruptive students in class. Some instructors feel small conversations to be already disruptive; thus giving the students some disciplinary actions. Catching the wrong sets of students often leads to more chaos, since the non disruptive ones will receive inappropriate actions.
Jan 9, 2010
Teaching 4298 Views
What are the TOP 10 trends to be aware of in schooling in Australia in 2010? Schools are in a constant state of change. 2010 will also see significant changes. Be aware of the TOP 10 Trends in schooling in Australia this year.
Jan 9, 2010
Teaching 63191 Views
For a small minority, writing report cards isn't a big deal. But most teachers generally dread report card writing time. Completing the comment sections can be time consuming, especially if you have twenty students in your class to get through.
Jan 8, 2010
Classroom Management 5309 Views
One of the best parts of my job in managing children's extreme behaviour problems is seeing adults in schools becoming increasingly confident in dealing with behaviour and managing kids who they previously felt were unmanageable. Today I went to a school to see a year 5 boy who has had appalling behaviour problems in the past. Less than 6 months ago the school were on the point of permanently excluding him from mainstream school...
Jan 8, 2010
Study Skills 2722 Views
Everyone wants a good grade in their exams, whether it's GCSE or A level, and with enough hard work, we're sure to get it. But sometimes unwanted interruptions could distract us from from our main goal.
Jan 6, 2010
E-Learning/CALL 13657 Views
Read top 5 hot E-learning topics in 2009 and education tech prediction in 2010 here! You will catch up with the hottest education affairs and know more about the education technologies like making Flash quiz, portable devices,etc.
The Effect of Using Information-Gap Tasks on Iranian EFL Pre-Intermediate Learners' Lexical Development: The major aim of this study is to find out whether there is any relationship between the use of information-gap tasks in the classroom and Iranian EFL learners’ lexical development. For the purpose of this study five different kinds of information-gap tasks were chosen and practiced with the experimental group.
Jan 2, 2010
Other 3550 Views
Nothing of permanence or long-standing value comes without reflection and evaluation, and that is true for education and our goals there as well. What we do to educate others matters, how we teach it matters, and the value we place on the application of the material at hand speaks volumes of our character and reputation.