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Teaching strategies for modern classrooms

Teaching strategies for modern classrooms

  As the world evolves, the need of new teaching methods is becoming more and more inevitable. Clearly, today’s students are no longer the same audience, as that of the traditional system of education. The current student generation is working on a different level, with different pace and completely altered approaches. Education as we know […]

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Manage attention problems in 15 steps

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It is needless to say that the attention is needed in every segment of our lives, but when you have startegies in enhancing attention and managing attention problems your learning is more productive and you achieve better results.

The listing below is by no means exhaustive, but it is rather meant as a place to begin. There is no doubt that the best resources for strategies are the creative, inventive minds of enlightened assessment professionals, teachers and parents, in partnership with the students they serve. Only, together they can create multiple alternative strategies.
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Choice theory

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You might wonder what is a ‘CHOICE THEORY’ ? Defined in simple words, it is actually an explanation of all human behavior developed. (Dr. William Glasser)

Basically, there are five components of this theory:
– the basic human needs,
– the quality world,
– the perceived world,
– the comparing place and
– total behavior.
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Hyperactive child or else?

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I don not think that there is anyone in that has not taken, does not take or will not take a medication for something. Regardless whether it is high blood pressure, diabetes, prostate problems, thyroid dysfunction, ulcers, flue, cold, or depression just to name a few. Not to mention that medication is something that is needed by many, just to stay alive. Preventive medicine and post-preventive medicines are part of this group.

Children have always needed medications for childhood illness and some childhood diseases, at larger or at smaller scale. Only within the last 20 years, we have seen school aged children medicated with psychotropic drugs sometimes even as early as preschool.
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Your classroom needs to go virtual

Your classroom needs to go virtual – today!

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5 Perks of e-Learning for working students

digital learner from home

In order to keep up with the fast moving world, most of the students quit studies and go for jobs. They prefer online courses in order to get qualified. But it often gets hectic for them to manage. Still there are many advantages that a working professional can make while taking online courses. Take a look on the information shared below to explore the perks of e-learning for working students.
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Learn how to concentrate

Learn how to concentrate

What is concentration? One definition explains it as  an ability to totally focus one’s thinking on one subject. So, let’s go from here and explain more.
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emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence decoded

Emotional intelligence decoded

Emotional intelligence has been a buzzword in the corporate arena for many years now.

Prospective job applicants all over the world undergo psychometric testing to determine their suitability for a job. Your future might very well rely on the outcome of such a test. Although most of us are well adjusted and considered “normal” with regards to our ability to deal with the challenges we face in the working environment, we all have blind spots and weaknesses that are worth investigating and improving on.
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