Aug 12, 2008
Learning Methodology 5186 Views
What's one of the things all successful students have in common? The can memorize easily. They remember the facts and details of battles in history, the formulas in math and the unending list of elements in science. So what can you do to help your child develop memory strategies that can instantly help them be more successful in school?
Jan 25, 2009
Classroom Management 5185 Views
Young people today come to school with a different orientation than past generations. Traditional student disciplining approaches are no longer successful for far too many young people.
Teaching overseas is a rewarding experience, no matter which country you're in. Although many teachers have great success working in Asian and European countries, many others prefer the culture that comes with finding teaching jobs in the Middle East. While this region is thought to be full of strife and tension, companies that hire teachers to teach English typically work in safe cities that are friendly to foreigners.
May 10, 2015
Classroom Management 5178 Views
What has compelled me to write this article, is often the lack of foresight teachers, particularly in primary schools, put into setting up their rooms.
As a relief/substitute teacher, I have, for example, found it difficult to get around the room to help students. White boards are often put to one side to allow the main central space for an electronic board. This prevents the easy use of the white board when any problems arise.
This article discusses issues that the teacher needs to address to create the best learning environment in the classroom. The three most important considerations are: 1. Ease of movement around the room for your students; 2. Creating a disciplined learning environment; and 3. Making sure that every student can see and hear everything that is going on in the teaching situation.
With these considerations in mind, you need to think seriously about the most appropriate place for the following physical equipment. (My suggestions follow each item). • White and ...
English is a language that inspires. Every English learner should know that only developing speaking English skills will fetch you barely any polish. A well-polished speaker is someone who knows and understands the in and out of the language. It should be 'a piece of cake' for you. Confused? Well, 'a piece of cake' is a famous idiom in the English language. It is used to state that 'it is that simple/ easy'. This article will help you learn and understand the ten most common idioms along with their meaning to simplify it further for you.
Ten common idioms used in English:
1. Piece of cake- As mentioned above 'a piece of cake' is referring to something that is very easy or doable. You use it when you find something extremely light and distressful.
Usage- That class test was a piece of cake for me.
2. Break a leg- It might sound funny yet it isn't the literal meaning. Break a leg means good luck or do well. It's used as a well wish in situations that need it.
Usage- Oh! You've got an ...
Nov 5, 2008
Teaching Methodology 5166 Views
The newest is always the best or so many people believe but what if we took the best of the old and combined it with new technology to deliver it? For literally thousands of years there were only a few teaching methodologies for foreign language education. Then with the advent of world war two there was suddenly a need to teach foreign languages to large numbers of people in a very short period of time.
Feb 24, 2009
Classroom Management 5166 Views
Are you a teacher who feels at her wit's end? Do you feel out of control in your classroom? Do you feel as if your student's don't listen? Well, you've got to learn effective managerial skills. I'll be honest with you, managing an elementary classroom isn't an easy task.
Nov 28, 2012
Teaching Methodology 5152 Views
"A good teacher is someone who cares about others, and loves to explain things," one teacher writes. "Jr. High teachers have no fear of standing in front of a classroom full of disinterested teenagers, trying to get them interested in the day's topic. Elementary teachers don't mind wiping runny noses."
May 30, 2012
Teaching Methodology 5144 Views
Achieving optimal results with your blended learning programme depends on it being both effective at teaching your selected audience as well as being cost effective. When web-based learning was first introduced the uptake was enormous but experience has shown that making learning material accessible online
If you want to become a teacher, you should consider the possibility of becoming an English teacher in Korea. The demand for English teachers is disproportionately high in this country. Your chances of getting your dream job are considerably high and in addition to this, there is 100% guarantee that your paycheck will be heftier compared to the offers you receive in other countries. This could turn out to be the best experience of your life. It is still advisable to approach the entire concept with some common sense.