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How Nursery Rhymes Assist Cognitive Development

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If you say the first line of a nursery rhyme out loud, it’s fair to say someone close by will recognize it and may even join in. They are familiar, comforting tunes and poems that we all grew up learning. With World Nursery Rhyme Week in mid-November, there’s no better time to discover just why they’re...

14 Amazing Grading Apps That Help Teachers Save Time

If you are taking the difficult and time-consuming route, why not enlist the assistance of technology to help you with your classes? In this blog article I will recommend some fantastic grading apps that will help you get the job done more quickly and easily. Instead of spending time slogging for hours on...

Does Homework Help?

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Does homework really make a difference to a student’s long-term success? The world has been debating over the advantages and disadvantages of homework since the late 19th century. Some of us as teachers or facilitators may feel that homework is an effective way to reinforce the concepts taught in school. In other cases, working...

Formative Assessment In Practice

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There is a lot of confusion about testing, and especially about formative assessment. The word assessment brings back a very traditional idea of paper and pencil test. But an assessment is anything that we can use to measure student progress, from a computer game to answering questions orally. So, what is the different between...

Creating Student Leaders

With the youth being the backbone of society, your students must be prepared for the demands and challenges of leading an ever-changing world. After all, no one is too young to lead.For example, student activist Zyahna Bryant organized her first demonstration at the age of 12 by posting homemade signs against police violence, leading to the removal of the...
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