It is time to break free from the daily routine of getting up early, getting ready, doing house chores and then reaching school at the right time, talking and standing tall, teaching children all day long, checking homework and monitoring behaviors, and reporting and this and that…. Phew! Yes, we are talking about teachers here,… Continue reading Ways All Teachers Can Rock In This Summer Break
‘Confidence is one thing that you must carry with you, everywhere. It is only you who knows that you have no answer to the question.’ – Anonymous How many times did you hear your student say they just can’t learn anything or simply can’t do anything? If it is more than a few times then… Continue reading 5 Tips for Boosting Student Confidence
Classroom Management: New session has already begun. As a new teacher, your first classroom experience must be one of a kind. There is no doubt; you have been bombarded with a lot of information of do’s and don’ts to take care of. For a new teacher, it is hard to really know what is important… Continue reading Classroom Management Tips: Help Yourself to Manage Student Behavior
Ever had a big fail in the class? Do you then feel like you are a terrible teacher? Do you feel the kids didn’t really learn anything from your class? At times, it happens. We say it is perfectly fine to have an off day at work. We know that you had an intention to… Continue reading What to do When You Have a Big Fail in the Class?
Positive notes homes are one of the best classroom management strategies. However, they are not really used much by the teachers. It takes about one or two minutes of your precious time to write notes and send them with the students who have done a really commendable job. Why you should try sending positive notes… Continue reading Why You Should Try Sending Positive Notes Home
Teachers have the power to motivate their students. They have the full control of getting attention from their students. Teachers are the key influencers of any student’s life. Think about of the teacher whose wise words and way of teaching simply changed you. You became more aware of your classes. As an individual, you… Continue reading How To Motivate Students