Day: April 9, 2020

LEARNING WITH VISUALS: KNOW WHY

Significance of Visuals: Ever heard of a theory, where a person asks you not to think about an elephant, and instantly an elephant image pops up in your mind? Not only does this prove our rebellious nature, but also that we think in images. We think, memorize and remember in visuals, even while reading a […]

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Rigor in Academics

Rigor in academics means describes the result of work that challenges students’ thinking in new and interesting ways. Promoting rigor in the classroom requires expectations and experiences that are academically, intellectually, and personally challenging. Let us see how to cultivate rigor in Academics Start by Building Strong Relationships The relationships teachers have with students play […]

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SPORTS CHANGES LIVES

Sports changed my life and perspective greatly. All my school life, I struggled to get into the school team. It’s not that I wasn’t athletic or lacked skills, but my physical education (PE) teacher thought I wasn’t worthy of representing my school. One day, however, the sun did shine on me. I was wandering on […]

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The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change

“The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.” — Carl Rogers I got too inspired by the above quote and got self- motivated. I gave it a thought that as an educator, I am dealing with 21st-century students, I need to get armed and upgrade my […]

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