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The lack of social and emotional skills can lead to burnout. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to develop these
skills. No one taught us these skills when we were kids. We also didn’t know that they’re vital in our adult
life and they can be developed.
Schools are just starting to understand how emotions can affect students’ way of learning and overall well-
being. Thus, students who were lucky enough to have compassionate teachers growing up have been trained
Added by Catrin Cooper on January 18, 2018 at 10:07am — No Comments
Motivating students in math is one of the challenging tasks for many of the parents and teachers. Student’s engagement is the key of learning math and math engagement comes from motivation. This article will explore many learning techniques to parents and teachers which allow them to encourage students to get excited about math learning. Many students hate math because they have the feeling that math is a hard subject. Below you can find 7 guaranteed ways which will help students to motivate…Continue
Most of the students struggle with math, especially when it comes to algebra. The main reason for this is algebra have many different concepts, procedures, rules and formulas. Algebra is the core of mathematics. Tutors teach algebra concepts almost at each grade, starting from 3rd or 4th grade math tutoring to till higher grades tutoring. This article will help you to learn…Continue
Added by John Marsh on January 17, 2018 at 8:00am — No Comments
Stress is a natural part of being human and some stress can be good as it motivates us to work hard. When it comes to math exam, most of the student’s sweat as the date of examinations approaches. In today's world exams are unfortunate necessity and math exam stress is the big part of student’s life. This article cannot make math exam away, but still it will help you to deal with math…Continue
Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics. It is a central of mathematics. Trigonometry is all about the relation between the sides and angles of the triangles. The father of the trigonometry is “Hipparchus”, he introduced first trigonometry table. Trigonometry is the subject which is easy to understand if approach in a right manner. Go through the article to understand the basic concepts.…Continue
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Teaching math to the slow learner is a challenging task for many parents and tutors. Math may be challenging for slow learner, but not impossible. Students who are slow learner are not learning disabled. They are also like normal students, even slow learners also want to solve math problems but lack of ability and the system of math education made them slow. There are few techniques which can help slow learning students.…
Added by John Marsh on January 9, 2018 at 3:00am — No Comments
Psychometric testing will help the company to understand the calibre of a candidate regarding behaviour, aptitude, and personality. It becomes difficult if the company must take every candidate through a detailed interview process when the client timelines are very short for completing any project. Therefore one scientific approach to cover all areas including skill, intelligence, and personality can help the company to save time and hence money.
Added by Silvia Watson on December 26, 2017 at 6:30am — No Comments
Any version of WordPress is easy to handle and install. A standard WP site has three components – the installation, contents of the wp-content directory and the primary database. The wp-content directory contains all the themes, plug-ins, and the uploads. While most site owners do not access the database directly or manage the data in the store, the WordPress database is always working behind the scenes to keep the site online.
WordPress has been traveling far and…Continue
Added by Silvia Watson on December 22, 2017 at 5:40am — No Comments
In the beginning
When I began teaching digital citizenship in 2010 it was an innocent time. We were only worried about the students believing all websites were real. I directed students to The Dog Island website, where you could pack up your dog in a crate and send him off for a week long romp on a beach. The site was very believable; pictures of the dogs, and even information about how to ship your dog. There’s other sites too; you can learn…Continue
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How can you get your little one to listen to you? This is probably the most common question we we hear from parents all over the globe. Children have a on their minds, from the newest computer game, to the soccer tryouts to chemistry test. Toddlers are busy exploring the…Continue
Added by Silvia Watson on December 16, 2017 at 12:47am — No Comments
Horse riding is a very peaceful pass-time, horseback riding can provide a way by which you can train a remarkable animal and also explore sceneries around you, or become engaged in various competitions, races, and shows. You can be a novice or even a lifetime horse-rider, but in this article, you will learn some tips which are guaranteed to make your riding more enjoyable.
Added by Silvia Watson on December 7, 2017 at 7:56am — No Comments
Today’s modern world demands minds able to think deeply and well, so the capacity of America’s learners in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) areas is critical. The US Department of Education has responded with…Continue
Added by Alexandra Grayson on December 7, 2017 at 7:26am — No Comments
I have parents coming into my classroom today asking how their child is doing in my class. They only have a 95, how can they get a higher grade?
This happens over and over again. I wonder why they're here. I don't think it's to make themselves feel better about how great their child is doing in school. I also don't think that they are very worried about the 95 not being a 98. I believe it's to show their child that they are fully invested in…
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Taking some well-deserved time off? I hear you. Being an academic is hard work. There are the classes, the research, but most of all there is the publish or perish mentality which has taken over at most of the big universities out there. This can be incredibly stressful.
More importantly, however, it often means that academics –…Continue
Added by Shannon Jones on November 28, 2017 at 12:25pm — No Comments
From a NYCSchoolsTech Facebook discussion, teachers offered their best practices on how to manage today's classroom. Here's what we shared.…Continue
Whether you are looking for a school for yourself or for your child, it’s always hard to decide on which institution is best suited for your needs. There are so many choices to consider even without thinking about public or private schools as different entities.
However, if you take a look at any student testimonials and pay closer attention to what they have to say, the differences are quite huge indeed. What are some of the most notable differences between public and private schools…Continue
Added by Kathleen Wallace on November 20, 2017 at 9:02am — No Comments