I am a highly opinionated person who is never afraid to voice personal views and biases, no matter how different they are from popular beliefs (Santa Claus is real, okay?). But I tread carefully while expressing my personal views in the classroom as it can have a deep impact on the way my students think. Manipulating students’ thought processes and making intellectual replicas of myself is the last thing our society needs (one is enough - trust me!). So, how can a teacher keep his/her personal biases aside while teaching students?
A teen who has been homeschooled needs a different type of preparation for college than a teen who has attended public school. After all, your teen will no longer be learning in a familiar home environment. Plus, he or she will be responsible for keeping track of assignments, tests, exams, papers and more. Parents of homeschooled teens can do a lot to prepare their children for the new environment and daily activities they will encounter while away at college. Check out a few things you can do to prepare your homeschooled teen for college.
Okay, so if you’re not familiar with the ‘Drabble’, then I envy you. I had to produce one for university.
Editing polishes writing into something others want to read. On average it should take as long to edit a post as it does to write it.
In recent years, There has been global excitement around the progressive potential of learning and technology.
If you are a substitute teacher, especially if you have been in the game for a while, there is no doubt that you have run into the horrific scenario of walking into a classroom with confusing lesson plans, missing materials, or no lesson plans at all. You may have had to fight the urge to run out of the classroom screaming because every teacher knows that failure to plan is a plan to fail. Most teachers will agree that having to teach a group of students without sufficient plans and supplies can be extremely stressful.
Having a homeschool memory book can be a great source of memories. On one hand it's a good record of academic progress. On another, it's a way to measure and remember certain milestones. Memory books are creative road maps of your child's path, past, present, and possibly future.
Classroom libraries are becoming more popular in schools across the nation. No longer do students have to go to a school library to get books of their choice. Instead, students can conveniently grab a book right from their classroom library. With the horror of skimming through the shelves of a large library, and going through the lengthy checkout process, Students are able to choose books from a wide range of genres and topics.
An assignment is an important task in a student’s life. This is a scorecard of the knowledge he gained in that particular subject. Many students struggle with writing a flawless assignment that can score an A+. So, here is a list of 20+ assignment writing tips shared by the experts who provide online assignment help to students across the globe. Let’s get started...
My freshman year, I never went to bed before 4 am, waited until the absolute last second to do work, forgot about assignments, never studied until cramming the night before a final- you get the point.