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Conflicts With Students And Solutions

26th October 2021
If you’re a teacher, you will learn why there is a conflict between you and your student. Conflicts can be of various types. It has often been observed that students lose interest in the class and start engaging in something else. They may be checking their phones, reading a comic book, gossiping with other fellow classmates, and so on. ...

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5 Best Gift Ideas For School Counselors

11th October 2021
Well, first thing first, gifts for school counselors do not have to be highly extravagant or exotic. Keep it simple and watch the beautiful smile on their faces. The gifts must be meaningful and what matters the most is the utility factor. ...

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5 Tips Inspire Students To Switch On Camera

30th September 2021
Distance learning can make teachers obsessed over being able to see student’s faces but it is only natural for teachers to do so. Not only it helps the teacher to monitor students, but it also adds value and quality. When students feel comfortable in showing up, the lesson can be made interactive. ...

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Amazing Virtual Games To Play In Your Elementary Classroom

10th September 2021
The teaching career has undergone a lot of change in recent times. The traditional classroom is nowhere scene in today’s scenario. Today’s classroom is learner-centric and needs to be skills-oriented. Involving games, activities in the lesson make it more engaging and encouraging for the learners.  ...

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The Smart Path Of Better Leadership For Novice Administrators

26th August 2021
For novice administrators, the first year of their job role can be a bit stressful and overwhelming. To navigate the way through changes and shifts, lean into your strength and address your flaws. This is going to bring all essential the positive change you want for yourself towards embracing leadership. ...

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How to Shift Students' Attention from Grade to Learning?

17th August 2021
Learning environment created by teachers sets the tone for how students are supposed to work. Classroom practices that are focused on demonstrating skills are much more meaningful for students rather than lessons that are planned on grade based learning. This way, students can work with the headspace of mindful learning rather than stressful score chasing. ...

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