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Articles on How to Teach
Educators share their very best insights and tips on
how to be your best.
Steps to Better Teaching Right Now
a few fundamental tactics in the classroom can help even the
newest of teachers make the grade. Here are some tips to help
reduce harried instructor stress.
How to Develop Note Taking and Study Skills
Chad Donahue says a good place to start with helping middle
school students to glean more from learning materials is to annonate text in
three levels of sequence.
Theories in a Nutshell
books and journal articles have been dedicated to defining and applying teaching theory. Need to save time?
Here's a quick summary of theories on multiple learning intelligences.
and Economic Trends in Education
The first decades of the
21st century are looking good for educators overall, counting tertiary and
primary/secondary teachers, according to projections courtesy of the Bureau of
Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.
with Disruptive Students
It only takes one disruptive student to derail a class and drain the joy right
out of teaching. Here are some tips to help convert classroom disruptions into
Teaching Literary Analysis
Chad Donahue provides a checklist of tips to help students
better analyze the power of sentences in a piece of literature. The fundamenal
question: what is the point and purpose?
Themes Bridge Cultures
Research shows that certain themes and images in international classrooms can
encourage resonant interactions between cultural groupings. This article
includes video clips demonstrating how it works.
Learning at a Distance
New technologies may provide a reach to nearly every corner of the planet with
education opportunities. More than a matter of means and money, it could come
to a matter of will.
Theory and Practice Texts
and frequently enlightening to take a quick glance at the bookcases of your
colleagues. Here are some of my all-time favorite teaching reference
books, journal articles and such sitting handy on my shelves.
the Bus Go Round and Round
A metaphor-weary adjunct slams the brakes on a familiar adage that casts contingent
teachers in a role of 'where the rubber meets the road' -- but rings more as a
'eulogy for road kill.'
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