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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The Zen of Digital Classrooms




Children learn from the company they keep. ~ Frank Smith How many students do you teach- Twenty five, maybe twenty? Let me pose it the other way around- How many students do really learn- Twenty-five, or is it fifteen, maybe ten? We spend countless hours on students. Prepare lesson plans, design instruction, teach, grade, and carry...
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