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4 Ways You Can Keep Your Kids Busy at Home Amidst COVID 19

There's no denying of the fact, COVID-19 has given birth to several challenges across the globe for parents who had ...
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5 Signs You’d Be A Great Teacher

Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? Teachers are one of the most important parts of our workforce as they ...
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Top Ways to Improve Engineering Students’ Technical Drawing Skills

Engineering and architecture students are honed to perfect their skills in drawings and creating architectural blueprints and plans. However, there ...
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How Teaching Technology is the wave of the future?

Education is definitely the most vital function in our general public today, yet it is still not properly understood, in ...
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4 Digital Safeguards For Modern Teachers

I started my teaching career in 2002. Our world and the digital landscape have changed dramatically since then. Navigating this ...
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Reading aloud – enriching your young child’s reading experience

There are many benefits to reading aloud to your kids. To begin with, reading helps parents bond with their children, ...
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Homework and study – key practices that will make it easier for both parents and kids

When it comes to doing homework, both parents and kids are stressed out. As you may have already noticed, it’s ...
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Six major barriers to teachers using technology

The use of advanced technology in education has been severely affected by frail digital literacy skills. However, experts agree that ...
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How students are taking advantage of education tools available in technology

Technology fosters fundamental structural changes, and can be used by students to attain significant productivity improvements. Used to support learning ...
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How technology can help create and foster an individualized learning environment

Here’s an interesting irony: we live in a society that values creativity and encourages individualism, yet the education system is ...
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Three tips when you consider your child’s daily interaction with technology

There’s no better proof for the fact that technology is the future than the numerous surveys whichindicate that 70% to ...
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SYWTT on Pinterest

I have heard about Pinterest for years but never got into it. I don't need new recipes or DIY projects ...
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5 Tips For Effective Parent-Teacher Communication

One of the major downfalls for young teachers is poor parent-teacher communication. Too often we forget that parents can be some ...
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10 Mistakes New Teachers Make (And How To Avoid Them)

If you're anything like me, you gained a great deal of academic knowledge about your content area in college and very little ...
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Level Up Your Teaching: Engaging Students Through The Power Of Classroom Games

Learning only happens when students are engaged, but unfortunately, teachers continue to struggle with engagement, especially when children enter middle ...
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Gamification of Education: How to Bring it into Your Classroom

If only students loved attending class as much as they loved playing video games. Sometimes, the issue is that the ...
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5 Great Books About The Science Behind Growth Mindset

Rigor Grit The "10,000 Hour Rule" Growth Mindset We hear these buzzwords thrown around a lot in educational circles these ...
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10 Ways to Integrate Social Media into Everyday Class Lessons

In recent years, many schools have cautiously begun to let up the reins on electronic device usage. Countless teachers each year ...
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July 2016 On SYWTT

July 2016 was a great month as I continue getting back into the blogging groove of things. Below are some ...
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New Teacher Resources

So you got that elusive first teaching job. Congratulations. If you experience is anything like mine has been, you now get ...
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Things High School Students Can Do Right Now To Go To College Debt-Free

Tuition is a major concern for anyone who has plans to attend university, whether that be for undergraduate study or graduate ...
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Professional Email Etiquette For Teachers

As an educator you know that in this increasingly digital world, email is a primary source of communication between colleagues ...
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10 Things To Do Before The First Day of School

As the new school year approaches, many new teachers find themselves entering the ranks of professional educators for the first ...
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How To Avoid Arguing With Students

Many students like to argue. It's a fact of life. And arguing is normal, isn't it? Or is it? This article explores ...
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