The westerner may find it a daunting experience in Asia. To be put into a class with a group of students staring wide-eyed at you. Dealing with the culture shock of a new environment and trying to put theory into practice. The ideas explored below aims to give...
Tropical cyclones are very dangerous and destructive weather systems. They leave a mass of dead bodies, rubble, flooding, uprooted trees and natural vegetation in tatters. They wreak havoc and leave a path of destruction behind. These systems develop in all warm tropical oceans. But, what gives rise to these destructive systems? What conditions are needed to allow their development? When we better understand these weather systems we are able to take the necessary precautions to save lives and protect our property.
Wearable technologies have become increasingly popular, the technology is being developed in strides and soon these devices will morphed into smart devices with similar capabilities of smartphone. Some technological obstacles have slow down the progress but it seems the market is moving in that direction. But can they be used in educational settings? Many other devices have been adopted in the classroom with mixed results, there is anecdotal evidence only, the research is still in the making.
Writing skills are very important for online learning students, your success in the program depends a lot on this skill. Four recommendations on how to improve this skill are laid out in this article. Follow these tips and you will see improvements in your writing, it will not happen overnight but you will make progress.
Teaching abroad can be confusing at first. Get advice and tips from other English teachers on what you need to know to get started off in the right direction.
What an English learner needs to know before taking the IELTS Examination
The differences between a hill and a mountain are vague and ill-defined. This page suggests some ways in which we may distinguish between the two.
Asking a “Big Question” can be a powerful tool to garner interest and curiosity in learners at the start of a new topic, and provides a focus point through which the topic can be explored. However, how do you go about actually asking a Big Question in the classroom...
How you respond to your high school reunion, will often depend on your personality, your personal experiences, and where you sat in the school pecking order. However, for almost everyone, our school reunion will be an overwhelming occasion, which will simultaneously blow the mind, induce nostalgia and make us think about how our life could have turned out differently.
A 7 step tactical strategy to enable a child to read. I developed this process for my 2nd child when she had no motivation to read. She only wanted me to read to her. Using Bob books, paper and pencil, I used these 7 steps 4 times a week for 6 months. My daughter is now reading easy books, road signs and text on boxes.
This is a continuation of the 7 Steps to Help Your Child to Read (Part 1). Presented in this article is a 6 step tactical plan to encourage kids to read. The steps utilize Bob Books, a primary lined journal, pencils and erasers to create an interactive reading activity between child and parent. The result is improved reading and writing skills.
In this article I will give you a few tips that can help you to concentrate on your studies and stop procrastinating. As a former university student, I know all too well about how hard it is to sit down and actually study. Hopefully, these tips will help you to be more motivated.
Sensory activities like soapy bubble foam are important in assisting your child to master new skills, form lasting memories yet at the same time make learning fun.
Learning is a necessity. Studying effectively is a choice. With the tips and tricks of studying in this article, you're expected to increase your productivity and make studying more fun.
Moving away for the first time is scary. A new city, new school, new friends, the beginning of a new chapter is a lot to handle. There is no need to add any extra roommate anxiety to your worries. No, you can't always pick your roommates, but you can pick how you go about dealing with them.