How to Cultivate the Love of Reading




How much time do your kids spend reading each day? An hour? 30 minutes? 15 minutes? As per a survey conducted during the 2014-2015 school year, nearly 54% students were found to read less than 15 minutes per day. And, on an average, only 18% students read for more than 30 minutes. Challenging statistics aren’t...
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Why Flip? A Closer Look at Flipped Learning




As we progress rapidly into the middle of the second decade of the 21st century, questions continue to be raised about how education addresses the ever increasing demands for change, integrating emerging technologies, and maximising the possibilities for every student. Teachers are searching for ways to focus on engaging students in authentic, complex and powerful...
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7 Things to do Before End of Class




Utterly chaotic! Mrs. Wilson continues, “The classes always end with me shouting out the last-minute reminders, while students are busy chatting about the day’s lunch menu, packing up their books and exiting the room.” The truth is, by the end of class most students feel drained and exhausted. Some even feel sleepy. If you are not alert,...
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Why to Use Videos in Your Classroom




Should you use videos in your classroom? Even today, many teachers consider watching videos as a passive activity, and it hampers academic achievement. However, if you are teaching the generation M, you should consider integrating videos with your lessons. Visual media is the medium of choice for 8 to 18 year olds. Videos provide students...
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7 Strategies for Successful Collaborative Learning




Collaborative learning In a collaborative classroom students team together, and explore questions and create projects. They engage in multiple activities – they discuss lectures, work on group assignments, share their views, and create solutions. Classrooms with clear objectives engage in multiple tasks that help improve their understanding of the concepts. Moreover, as students learn to...
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