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Kenth Nasstrom

Free Newsletter Templates for Teachers

Teachers around the world spend less time on teaching and more time on paperwork each year. Using school related templates like newsletter, calendar and lesson plan ...

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Aaron Whirl

How To Cope With The Challenges of Teaching English as a Second

Teaching English as a Second Language requires constant effort and adaptability to the changing needs of different students. There are many challenges inherent in...

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Diana Hunter McGuerty

Bureaucracy, hierarchical bullying, leaders and lowly followers, and any other form of governing at the expense and exploitation of the governed... these are hurtful and criminal systems for the

By: Diana Hunter McGuerty l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 11, 2012
Lance Winslow

Have you ever considered how much we work to modify our history books, weaving in current era morality to fit what we hope the next generation will become? We seem to be changing our history books

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 08, 2012
Priya J Ramcharan

Some teachers, whether they're new or not make mistakes. To avoid doing that would be very helpful if we had some sort of covenant. Alas this isn't possible in all countries.

By: Priya J Ramcharan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 01, 2012
Dan Meyerson

Youth leadership classes are impossible to run without adequate staffing, but your budget may not allow for enough employees to implement quality teen leadership activities. Read this article to find

By: Dan Meyerson l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 30, 2012
Richard D Boyce

Doing an examination is always a stressful situation for all concerned, teachers and students alike. To create less stress on students, the teacher must provide an examination environment that runs

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 29, 2012
Richard D Boyce

Doing an examination is always a stressful situation for all concerned, teachers and students alike. To create less stress on students, the teacher must provide an examination environment that runs

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 29, 2012

What ancient and highly effective teaching tool has been totally neglected in contemporary educational practice? What can be used to overcome the extremely common problems of students being unengaged

By: Thomas E Swanson l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 29, 2012

South Africa was primarily a Dutch colony and later taken up by the British. The country was plagued by racial and cultural conflicts but has conquered over its' troubles to a large extent in the

By: Aparupa Patowary l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 27, 2012
Diana Hunter McGuerty

Who are you? Where are you going? Is it a noble journey? These questions are posed at all times, in my classroom and out, since that classroom is a training ground for the real world. My purpose is

By: Diana Hunter McGuerty l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 25, 2012
Joseph Standley

For any kind of flight training, you need to develop the right mindset. Some people go into it with a certain way of thinking that will not work out to their benefit. In the end, it will end up

By: Joseph Standley l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 23, 2012
Paul W Hoffmaster

We need Berean believers who search the Word of God to see if what is spoken from the pulpit lines up with the Bible (Acts 17:11). If in fact it does not, we need to dust our feet and seek a body of

By: Paul W Hoffmaster l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 14, 2012
Richard D Boyce

The process of learning to write and administer assessment tasks will always be a work in progress. There will always be ways to improve your assessment techniques. For the young teacher starting

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 25, 2012
Richard D Boyce

This article explains how a trainee teacher was using groups to help her classroom management. The article explains how the groups were formed initially and then used during the school day. The group

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 24, 2012
Aaron Whirl

It can be quite difficult for young ESL students to get comfortable using English, especially given the notoriously daunting nature of English grammar. With the specific parts of speech and extensive

By: Aaron Whirl l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 24, 2012

Having previously looked at the structure of the school years within England and Wales the following article covers the equivalent structures across both Scotland and Northern Ireland with each

By: Stuart P Mitchell l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 23, 2012

Explaining the mechanics of the English language to young students with little or no background knowledge of English demands a teacher who is not only highly qualified and experienced but also

By: Brian M Giles l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 22, 2012

Teaching children is a difficult job to get right and takes a lot of patience and time to find the right balance. Here are various ideas which should help people find that balance as well as various

By: Harry Robinson l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 22, 2012
Steve P Morgan

Around a third of all students are visual learners, so engaging wall charts and displays of information are a great way to teach the curriculum. In this article we'll be exploring how to make an

By: Steve P Morgan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 20, 2012

Kinesthetic learners are extremely creative people with much to offer. But to help them be their best, we need to identify them and customize lessons to their needs.

By: Chris Standley l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 19, 2012

Any graduate who acquires a TEFL certificate can qualify to teach English overseas. Job opportunities for teachers are numerous. Countries, such as Thailand and China, are keen on finding certified

By: Matthew Kepnes l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 19, 2012
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Kenth Nasstrom

Teachers around the world spend less time on teaching and more time on paperwork each year. Using school related templates like newsletter, calendar and lesson plan templates can save time. Here are

By: Kenth Nasstrom l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 204 lComments: 0
Aaron Whirl

It can be quite difficult for young ESL students to get comfortable using English, especially given the notoriously daunting nature of English grammar. With the specific parts of speech and extensive

By: Aaron Whirl l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 154 lComments: 0
Steve P Morgan

Around a third of all students are visual learners, so engaging wall charts and displays of information are a great way to teach the curriculum. In this article we'll be exploring how to make an

By: Steve P Morgan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 139 lComments: 0
Alfred B Porter Jr

Once you have identified the students in question you should begin a whole new personal and professional attitude adjustment. But you should really identify the whole class because if your students

By: Alfred B Porter Jr l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 137 lComments: 0
Aaron Whirl

Conversation is the essence of language, and ESL conversation activities are the essence of any ESL or EFL class. Although writing and reading are important, conversation is perhaps the most crucial

By: Aaron Whirl l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 117 lComments: 0
Aaron Whirl

Teaching is among the hardest professions, and the work teachers put into classes is often under-appreciated. This is especially true of ESL teachers, who must not only teach the curriculum, but do

By: Aaron Whirl l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 108 lComments: 0

The concept map, along with other knowledge map formats such as mind maps and association maps, is primarily a way of organising keyword information in such a way that the position of, and linkage

By: Sylvia J Mawby l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 91 lComments: 0

Kinesthetic learners are extremely creative people with much to offer. But to help them be their best, we need to identify them and customize lessons to their needs.

By: Chris Standley l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Aaron Whirl

Let's face it: ESL writing classes can be boring and predictable. Many students have an instinctive aversion to writing due to the fact that most writing lessons are routine and tedious. That's why

By: Aaron Whirl l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Priya J Ramcharan

Some teachers, whether they're new or not make mistakes. To avoid doing that would be very helpful if we had some sort of covenant. Alas this isn't possible in all countries.

By: Priya J Ramcharan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 01, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0

One of your goals as a teacher is to make your students listen to you. You need to know of ways by which you can get the attention of your students.

By: Melody Andes l Reference & Education > Teaching l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0

Sunday school games are one of the best ways to teach kids Bible stories and help them learn the Bible. Use these Sunday school teacher tips for your next class to guide your kids to becoming

By: Annette M Phillips l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0

Explaining the mechanics of the English language to young students with little or no background knowledge of English demands a teacher who is not only highly qualified and experienced but also

By: Brian M Giles l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0

The article provides practical advice to minimise the extent of challenging classroom behaviour. The ideas discussed can be easily implemented with some preparation and will make a positive

By: Ritchie Morgan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

South Africa was primarily a Dutch colony and later taken up by the British. The country was plagued by racial and cultural conflicts but has conquered over its' troubles to a large extent in the

By: Aparupa Patowary l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 27, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Felipe Bazon

Touch typing has become an essential life skill that the earlier you master it the better you get as the years pass. But many people and that includes myself, have learnt to touch type on their own

By: Felipe Bazon l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Alfred B Porter Jr

We are not cry babies here, but there are numerous problems that an ESL instructor faces day in and day out. Below are a few problems that may stir the pot. In order to be satisfied, and to cover as

By: Alfred B Porter Jr l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Diana Hunter McGuerty

Bureaucracy, hierarchical bullying, leaders and lowly followers, and any other form of governing at the expense and exploitation of the governed... these are hurtful and criminal systems for the

By: Diana Hunter McGuerty l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 11, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

Teaching children is a difficult job to get right and takes a lot of patience and time to find the right balance. Here are various ideas which should help people find that balance as well as various

By: Harry Robinson l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Having previously looked at the structure of the school years within England and Wales the following article covers the equivalent structures across both Scotland and Northern Ireland with each

By: Stuart P Mitchell l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
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Lance Winslow

Have you ever considered how much we work to modify our history books, weaving in current era morality to fit what we hope the next generation will become? We seem to be changing our history books

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jul 08, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

Having previously looked at the structure of the school years within England and Wales the following article covers the equivalent structures across both Scotland and Northern Ireland with each

By: Stuart P Mitchell l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0

If it's going to be more than just you tutoring for $40-$55 an hour, you're going to need to hire some tutors to work for you. So where do you find qualified tutors?

By: Robert F Weigel l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Sarah Short

"Why did the chicken cross the road? To move him to the alternative street edge." You won't have them rolling in the aisles for any other reason than that they find your punchline amusing for its

By: Sarah Short l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

One of your goals as a teacher is to make your students listen to you. You need to know of ways by which you can get the attention of your students.

By: Melody Andes l Reference & Education > Teaching l Mar 01, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0

To educate the child to learn how to read with phonics, a teacher provides an environment where the study and careful instruction of the relationship of sounds and symbols used in a given language,

By: Alan B Dunoon l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

Schools handle the important responsibility of imparting education to students and develop them into responsible and enterprising individuals. This can only be achieved when the quality of education

By: Shilpa M Arora l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Felipe Bazon

Touch typing has become an essential life skill that the earlier you master it the better you get as the years pass. But many people and that includes myself, have learnt to touch type on their own

By: Felipe Bazon l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Norman Wilson

This article presents a broad discussion the question of teacher evaluations. Three suggestions are made for teacher evaluations.

By: Norman Wilson l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Alastair S Rogers

Using a virtual learning environment in a primary school is a great way to get the children involved in their learning. It can help teach basic ICT skills such as editing and formating text, handling

By: Alastair S Rogers l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

Listening, as the complimentary aspect of the spoken language to speaking, is often neglected as a skill by the teacher. We teach our students how to speak but we rarely spend time teaching them how

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

Games, used in the classroom, can help students develop skills in problem solving/critical thinking as well as knowledge and basic skills. All games have some advantages. In my experience, teacher

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

The process of learning to write and administer assessment tasks will always be a work in progress. There will always be ways to improve your assessment techniques. For the young teacher starting

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

This article explains how a trainee teacher was using groups to help her classroom management. The article explains how the groups were formed initially and then used during the school day. The group

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

Doing an examination is always a stressful situation for all concerned, teachers and students alike. To create less stress on students, the teacher must provide an examination environment that runs

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Richard D Boyce

Doing an examination is always a stressful situation for all concerned, teachers and students alike. To create less stress on students, the teacher must provide an examination environment that runs

By: Richard D Boyce l Reference & Education > Teaching l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

The article discusses practical ways of dealing with challenging classroom behaviour once it starts to happen. It also offers some strategies that may minimise the chances of it happening.

By: Ritchie Morgan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0

The article provides practical advice to minimise the extent of challenging classroom behaviour. The ideas discussed can be easily implemented with some preparation and will make a positive

By: Ritchie Morgan l Reference & Education > Teaching l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Alfred B Porter Jr

We are not cry babies here, but there are numerous problems that an ESL instructor faces day in and day out. Below are a few problems that may stir the pot. In order to be satisfied, and to cover as

By: Alfred B Porter Jr l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Alfred B Porter Jr

Once you have identified the students in question you should begin a whole new personal and professional attitude adjustment. But you should really identify the whole class because if your students

By: Alfred B Porter Jr l Reference & Education > Teaching l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 137 lComments: 0
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