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'.
English is considered by many foreigners one of the most difficult languages to learn. The following list displays the obstacles that prevent some people from learning English:
Jan 29, 2012
Learning Methodology 3992 Views
Learning is the process of acquiring any information that modifies a person's behavior, values and knowledge base. An ongoing process that starts as early as the fetal stages in humans, learning occurs in many forms including instinctive, experiential, conscious, and purposed learning. In formal learning, different methodologies are used to effectively impart knowledge to students within different learning scenarios.
Aug 20, 2008
E-Learning/CALL 3991 Views
Up until today, you may have missed one of the most exciting teaching revolutions that modern technology has provided. And as some of the best revolutions are, this one is free.
Nov 25, 2008
Speaking/Listening 3990 Views
Why don't students understand when faced with a listening comprehension task? Larry Lynch suggests seven possible factors...
Dec 28, 2009
Young Learners 3988 Views
Children are the core component of any nation. Without a socially and economically harmonious and healthy environment child development or child education has been pushed to darkness. Child labour, trafficking, exploitation are the main issues every developing nation is trying to overcome.
May 27, 2016
Teaching Methodology 3988 Views
Churches (2007)'s intellectual and timely revision of Bloom's Digital Taxonomy is a consequence of evolving varied areas of instructions dictated by fast changing times. This contemporary taxonomy pursues to elevate the order thinking skills that every learner should acquire. With the proliferation of emerging technology and media intervening with pedagogy, changes are yielded paving educators' innovative perceptions to flourish. These variations enabled the alliance of media and technological tools in pedagogy to form common goals for the viability of knowledge absorption. Because of these two factors' inseparable interconnections, technological fruition is media proliferation; both are adopted as teaching tool-kits. As a favorable result, traditional learning is systematically being replaced by 21st century methods and strategies in formal and non-formal classrooms as a manifestation of advocacy among educators worldwide.
Benjamin S. Bloom's (1956) Taxonomy of Cognitive Domain which ...
Mar 4, 2010
Young Learners 3987 Views
Many children experience anxiety related to mathematics to a certain extent, and this may begin as early as kindergarten. This anxiety can result in poor academic performance in math, many misunderstandings in math content and procedures, and negative attitudes toward math.
Feb 27, 2011
Speaking/Listening 3986 Views
If you can't understand what your partner is saying it might end up to be a huge hindrance to the effectiveness of your interpersonal English communication, so when trying to figure out how to improve spoken English, you should not neglect this area. The speech is too fast, or the accent is too strong - it is all a part of the same problem.
Sep 21, 2009
Classroom Materials 3984 Views
For an individual who thrives on order and routine, our world is a scary place! Humans interact at record breaking speeds; everything we do is high speed, instant and ever changing. Even our homes and classrooms tend to be quickly moving people from one activity to the next, changing schedules and living in the moment. It is a sign of our times and right or wrong, it is what it is.