Kick-Start the New Year

29th December 2017

The New Year is a wonderful time to start trying new things in the classroom with your students. With the year rounding off, you have spent a good amount of time with your students and feel more comfortable exploring new strategies and practices that are more tailored to their learning needs. ...


Reading & Writing Activities for Young Learners

26th December 2017

Doing activities with your children allows you to promote their reading and writing skills while having fun at the same time. As a teacher trained in Pre & Primary Teachers Training, your main goal will be to develop great enthusiasm in the reader for reading and writing. As a teacher you are the child's cheerleader and more important for the child to learn to love reading and writing. If your young learner finishes one book and asks for another, you know you are succeeding! If your youn ...


How Real It is To Kick-Start Your Dream Goals

21st December 2017

Time to choose right: Choosing a right career option is the most vital decision in everyone's life. Students often go through a dilemma of choosing the right career path after completing their 10th, 12th or graduation. After completing of graduation, you gain a superior knowledge of a particular stream of education. Graduation provides a base that you can utilize to realize your dreams. While many students find a right way to fulfil their dreams, a majority of them find it difficult to ch ...


Making a Winter Day Special for Students

12th December 2017

Finding effective teaching strategies to engage students including young learners during the winter months can be a challenging task for teachers, especially for those that live in areas where it can get very cold and dreary. As a teacher trained in Pre & Primary Teachers Training, there are a lot of ideas for involving the young learners in the winter season, including some great winter crafts, colouring pages and encouraging proactive indoor games. Here are some ways through which you c ...


10 Top Tips for Teaching Children

4th December 2017

Elementary school children are the most gratifying age level to work with. Why? Because students at this age possess natural instincts like being cooperative, curious and they learn very quickly. A teacher motivates the young learners to learn and grow. The teachers have young learners which they can influence which are a major responsibility not to be taken lightly. The foundation of education for children is given prime importance as that is the time their skills will be honed and knowledge ...


Why Attire Is Important For Global Classrooms

27th November 2017

Teachers are educational practitioners who bring about a large impact on the lives of students. As classrooms over the world have become more diverse in socio-cultural nature, it is important for the teacher to understand each student individually and present themselves as role models and mentors for students. The onus is on the teacher to navigate through this diversity in order for teaching and learning to take place in a systematic manner. Educators play an important role in shaping the mi ...


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