For Teachers Archive
With the COVID-19 pandemic having led to school closures affecting – according to the World Economic Forum – over 1.2 billion children globally, it’s hard not to raise the question of whether the international education system has been permanently altered. There are quite a few reasons to believe that
We have come to learnthat education is essential and has many benefits. Many parents are working hard for their children to go into good schools and have a great system. Governments of different countries and states have made efforts to try and enable every child to at least have
As a teacher, you have a very important responsibility of imparting knowledge to the younger generation. However, people are often different with different things appealing to them. This also applies to learn as there are some people that you could explain a concept for within 5 minutes and they
School playground equipment has changed a lot over the years, advancing from skipping ropes and chalk to climbing frames and sensory play. Regardless of its form, play equipment has always been an integral part of the school playground and the school day and this is even more true in
What are the biggest challenges that school psychologists face? The answer used to be the rare act of violence or mental break by a student. Unfortunately, changes in society at all levels are making their job much harder. Children from broken homes have three to four times the rate
Education is fundamental for preparing young people for the future. Growing in knowledge on range of different topics, experiences and events supports our self-progression and self-development. Through our experience of learning we gain a better understanding of the world our place within it.
Spelling and grammar, combined with general vocabulary knowledge, are an important part of writing. To be able to have great spelling and grammar skills practice is essential, however, there are some other ways to encourage children to improve their English skills.
Some of us absolutely love a period drama but trying to get a classroom of teenagers to share that same enthusiasm can sometimes be a struggle. There are a broad range of topics when teaching 19th century prose, from revolution and rebellion to adventure and discovery, this makes it
Teaching primary school students throughout key stage one and key stage two can be an extremely rewarding experience.
The start of a new term can always be tricky, especially after an exciting period such as Christmas. Getting your students engaged and ready for action again is easy with a bit of preparation and planning.