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One of the major concerns of every parent today is getting their child to do assignments on time and effectively. So when it comes to homework, it’s always a difficult part for parents to handle the fuss around it. However,...
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Creating an intensive lesson plan is a pressuring job, especially for some teachers who juggle multiple classes from different grades. You do not want to accidentally use a 3rd Grade material to teach a 4th Grade class.  No worries. Read...
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In 2011, the United Nations (UN) announced the International Friendship Day, which falls on the 30th of July. It is a celebration that focuses on peace and human solidarity.   As educators, we should emphasise the importance of friendship to our students....
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Successful people know exactly how they got there. They are the goal-setters and dream-chasers of the world. Now imagine how much more they could accomplish if they started their vision to succeed at a young age! That’s why teachers should...
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A teacher has dozens of students with individual quirks. Some may be more hyperactive than others, and getting them to stay focused can be a task on its own. So how can you help them combat carelessness and thought overload?...
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The pandemic is transforming the way a classroom looks. From schools that are still fully online to those who are doing a hybrid form of learning, teachers around the world had to get creative fast. As a result, it might...
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Reading games are an absolute necessity for online English classes. But even the most attentive of students can find their minds drifting away. It’s difficult to focus if there isn’t any form of excitement or novelty during lessons. For all...
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Every June 5, billions of people band together to honor World Environment Day. This beautiful holiday is about raising worldwide awareness and taking action to protect the Earth from environmental degradation. It’s a fantastic opportunity for teachers to educate students...
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Kids are rarely thrilled over writing activities. Considering the countless monotonous writing practices they often have to do, we really can’t blame them. Like it or not, kids are always looking to be entertained. Putting pencil to paper calls for...
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It’s an orthodox assumption that the body and mind are separate entities. Nevertheless, physical movement impacts the brain’s learning inclination more than we think. As educators of the world, we’re always looking for creative ways to revitalize our students’ educational...
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Why Do Students Need Educational Videos? Learning requires students to concentrate, focus and be interested in the topic to bring about effective results. As children are exposed to more technology and devices outside of school, conventional teaching methods may not...
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If you’re looking for new ways to make your class content fun or keep your students engaged, Kahoot! is definitely the teaching solution you’ve been looking for.  Schools nowadays always encourage teachers to bring technology into the classroom and in...
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By now, it is well-established that visual learning is key to effective teaching. Teaching styles will differ from teacher to teacher but a picture will always convey a thousand words to any student in any grade. Don’t believe me? That’s...
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I have been following ‘Teach it DIY’ Facebook Page since 2019 and am loving all the simple yet effective DIY activity ideas to make my english class more fun and interesting. Below is the Top 10 DIY Ideas that I...
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Writing a book report has been popular in classrooms since the dawn of time. Even fictional characters such as Opie Taylor have had to do them. A book report is often dreaded by students, but they are one of the...
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Academic studies coincide with textbooks but interactive lessons can go a long way in spicing up the atmosphere. Read on as we take a look at the top 7 educational game show ideas that you can incorporate in your next class!...
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FlipGrid, the video-sharing tool has been growing in popularity in recent years – so popular in fact that its rise has been called “FlipGrid Fever.” The web app has been free since its acquisition by Microsoft.  How can teachers use FlipGrid?...
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With the advent of virtual classrooms, more and more teachers are asking how to make online classes more interactive and enjoyable. Engaging your students during an online class is not easy but far from impossible.  One of the best ways...
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