Discipline problems usually occur when students are faced with a complicated task and don't know what to do. Teachers can offset a majority of discipline related issues by monitoring how well their students absorb the information. You want to engage your English language learners (ELLs) so they are constantly on-task even if they don't know a lot of English.
Aug 1, 2009
TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 4129 Views
So you're preparing for the IELTS? Here are the most useful tips which can help you get a good score:
Nov 1, 2009
Classroom Materials 4123 Views
Here are ten relatively simple ideas that you could easily use in your next class (assuming you already have a Word Wall):
Aug 26, 2009
Teaching 4122 Views
Now that the fall semester is gearing up, you're probably cooking up new ways of getting today's students engaged in their studies. And since conducting class via Twitter sounds neither feasible nor appealing, it might be time to look into your other options.
Sep 1, 2008
Learning Methodology 4121 Views
You can significantly enrich your learning by incorporating the following building blocks.
Dec 29, 2010
Career Development 4120 Views
Researchers have found the whole brain teaching method to be extremely successful in helping students reach their full potential. This teaching method can help students improve their test taking approach, math and verbal skills, and their ability to concentrate and retain what they are being taught.
Apr 25, 2011
Teaching 4120 Views
For new teachers, creating thorough, effective, well-timed teaching plans is the most time-consuming activity you will do. Even experienced teachers spend a great deal of time in lesson preparation when perfecting previously used plans, teaching a new subject, and/or starting with a new textbook series.
by Prof. Bhushan Manchanda, MCMI
Feb 18, 2012
Teaching 4120 Views
We know the books are important, the pencil, the computer, the white and blackboard and so are the chairs to sit on, but if there is no motivated and inspiring teacher in front of the chairs, if there is no such teacher to write with chalk on the blackboard and to teach ... then there is no learning, no reading, no maths, no passing on of knowledge,ethics and values, no instilling of a "love to learn ethos" in the student.
Jan 13, 2011
Learning Methodology 4118 Views
When it comes to innovative and scientific ways of teaching and learning, that one name which stands out from the rest is that of Dimensions. They widely believe to adhere to a three-fold principle while designing primary curriculum. Both academician and non-academician alike appreciate...
Nov 15, 2011
TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 4118 Views
In the Speaking and Writing tasks of the IELTS exam, you can use idioms to make your speaking and essay more interesting. Even if you already know what an idiom is it is still very important to be cautious with its usage. Every idiom can still be detrimental to your IELTS band score if not well-chosen and properly used.