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Parent Involvement in Schools [14 Expert Ideas]

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engaging parents
Recent surveys among teachers have revealed that about 25 percent of them consider their relationships with parents as a capital cause of stress in their jobs. This is certainly a lot. Ideally, the teacher should be parents’ best ally in the education of children. This is why, strong communication is fundamental to this partnership and to building a sense of...

PowerPoint for Teachers [10 Tips & Tricks]

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PowerPoint for Teachers
If Microsoft Word was a favourite among teachers in the past, the new PowerPoint will be your next best friend. PowerPoint is a versatile and intuitive tool with powerful functions that are not limited to presentations only. From posters to flyers, to flashcards, to videos, the list of things you can do with it is endless. So, here are some...

Coursebook Evaluation [An ELT Checklist]

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In 5 Characteristics of a Good Textbook we discussed five quick and easy ways to evaluate a textbook. If you can afford the time and energy to dig a bit deeper, I strongly suggest to look for those five things in our ELT Coursebook Evaluation Checklist: 1. The PPP lesson structure There are quite a few different strategies out there, but...

5 Characteristics of a Good Textbook

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characteristics of a good textbook: pen on open book
Novice teachers leaf through the textbook grammar contents: does it tick all the boxes? You don’t want to leave out that 3rd Conditional (heaven forbid). More experienced teachers delve into the vocabulary pool trying to hit that perfect balance (not too little – not too much) that will keep their students occupied yet motivated. My experience in the book business has...
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