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Motivation is the reason/s for doing something, factors which make us keen to do something. These reasons can be individual and personal or come from external sources. If learners are motivated then classes are smoother and more productive. For example: Motivated learners will be… * Active classroom participants * Enthusiastic * Ask questions * Be prepared to take risks * Willing to communicate * Able to learn more Un-motivated learners will be... * Quiet * Disinterested in activities * Easily distracted * Disruptive * Passive * Unwilling t
Elementary schools that still schedule students into self-contained classrooms could be depriving their students of a better education. Teachers in self-contained classrooms are not always the most qualified people to teach all four core subjects (literacy, social studies, math and science). In addition, teachers in self-contained classes are generally not confident in teaching all four subjects. Schools should seek other ways to schedule their teachers that better sup
Today in education, more than ever before, teachers have to know how to analyze data. For the most part teachers have mastered the art of administering assessments. There is no shortage of assessments. We use screeners, diagnostics, progress monitors, and outcome assessments. And let's not forget the good old test prep. Test prep is probably the most-used assessment of any other. One of the more useful ways to analyze data and sort kids into groups that I have used is the "Four Quadrant Sort". The purpose of this article is to explore several different reading and math four quadrant sorts.
Teaching is sharing knowledge and something good about life. Teaching is giving inspiration to students and how they could be the best and good of what they are. Teaching is the teacher as a good example of truth and righteousness.
Teachers, it's time to get smart. Plagiarism is sooo 20th century. In today's world, students are outsourcing their academic assignments and papers to highly educated ghost writers in foreign countries. If you're a teacher, find out how they do it.
If teaching is, as I suggest, the new selling, then I might be in trouble running my own Internet business - not because I disagree with the concept, but rather because all those teachers out there may want to have a share in what I am doing! Allow me to explain how I have arrived at this theory.