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Digital Detox For Teachers In 20 Easy Steps

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If the thought of leaving your smartphone at home or not checking it whenever you get the chance fills you with horror, maybe it’s time to think about a digital detox. In order to stay healthy in this super-connected world we are living, we need to adopt viable habits in the way we use technology, and digital...

The Use of Online Teaching Tools

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Education is evolving and students are learning in new ways, exploring, creating, and interacting with content through modern channels. We started an online survey aiming to map the new digital landscape, the challenges, the goals, and the tools of education professionals around the world. We have gathered all the data and present the results so far in...

5 Key Elements to Help You Revise for Your Physics Exams

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What's scarier? A crocodile or a physics exam? Physics exams! With your physics exams approaching soon, if you’re a student in Singapore, you must be already searching on Google for ‘popular physics tuition center in Singapore,’ but guess what? Wasting your time on the internet won't be necessary! We have more accessible solutions to help you prep...

Online Activities To Amp Your Flipped Classroom

In a flipped classroom students engage with lectures or other materials outside of class to prepare for an active learning experience in the classroom. With online teaching, preparing and delivering online activities and assessment becomes a challenge. How will my students prepare for the online activities? Typically students will do either...

The Best Tips And Tricks For Teaching With Zoom

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With so many teachers now using Zoom as their platform of choice for their online lessons, we thought some tips and tricks would come in handy. So, we gathered the most practical advice available for beginner and intermediate users in one post. Getting started with Zoom

Teaching Adult Learners

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Adult learners returning to college after military service, parenthood, or other life experiences may approach college in a very different way than their less experienced classmates. Many college instructors think of their undergraduate students as adults and treat them as such. In this teaching guide, the terms adult students and adult learners refer to undergraduates who...

Choosing A College: 4 Important Things To Consider

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Choosing a college to attend can be a bit of a minefield. There are so many factors to consider, and so many colleges to choose from, you might feel completely overwhelmed and not know which way to turn. Putting pen to paper could help clear your mind, so...

How to Prepare Your Students Best for Standardized Tests

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Are you preparing your students for the GMAT, SAT, PSAT, or other standardized tests? How can you tell that they are ready to take the test? An ideal test prep strategy assists the students to stay calm and collected during the exam. For, they know that they’ve covered all the relevant areas. So, what is your working...

Learning Styles: The Truth Behind The Myth

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What are Learning Styles? The term learning styles is widely used to describe how learners gather, sift through, interpret, organize, come to conclusions about, and “store” information for further use. As spelled out in VARK (one of the most popular learning styles theories), these styles are often categorized by sensory approaches: visual, aural, verbal , and kinesthetic. 

Survival Guide To Teaching Alternative School

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The First Days of Alternative School Out of the 16 years that I spent teaching in public schools, 6 were spent teaching in an alternative school. I know some stuff that might help. This is my good news for you about teaching in alternative school: The pressure will make you a...
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