By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer An estimated 20.4 million students started their first year in American colleges and university for the 2017-2018 school year. Next year, it is likely that there will be more teenagers entering college, and if your child is one of them, then you may have already begun the preparations for the big day. Preparing your […]
By Jane Sandwood, Freelance Writer We can all develop bad habits one way or another, but teaching our children financial literacy early on can help them prepare for when they haven’t got us to rely on when they’re older. In the same way, as we develop effective study habits over time, we also need to learn help children […]
Teaching mathematics with a problem-centered approach may cause some teachers to step outside of their own comfort zone, the benefits that students receive from learning in this environment are well worth the discomfort that may be felt. Take a look at the 5 benefits of a problem-centered math classroom followed by a classroom video segment below.
When we think about engaging students through the use of rigorous lesson an aspect that we must attend to is the context in which students are learning. What we mean here by context is the setting, situation, or role that students engage with and/or take on when learning and applying new understandings. This is often […]
Within any given classroom at any particular grade level, a teacher will understand that their students come from diverse backgrounds and will have unique, personal and individual differences. Subsequently, each and every student may learn new knowledge differently and this naturally, will affect how they perform in the classroom. Understanding learner differences can be an […]