Photo by Binti Malu from Pexels As a teacher, I do trust my students’ overall unique package. Each student is different. The more I do it, the more they lay their confidence and self-esteem. Thus, I venture to lay the carpet with incredible tips on how to develop positive self-concept in students. As a Junior High School teacher, I meet diverse learners with varied interests and learning styles. I always believe that for my students to do greater…Read More
A great teacher can change a student’s life.There are many stories that clearly illustrate the benefits of a strong relationship between an educator and pupil. As some of the most influential role models for developing students, teachers are responsible for more than just academic enrichment.Read More
Live, Love, Teach We all have heard that Teaching is a noble profession! Not only are the hours long but teachers also have to come up with their own lesson plans, schedules, and homework. And after this expect the unexpected when they step into the classroom. Teachers encounter bullying, disrespect, frustration, joy, love, and triumph during their career. Are you a teacher – looking for the most impactful, the most inspiring, the most beneficial books that…Read More
Image by Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay What to look for in your school teacher? A great teacher is one who inspires hope, ignites the imagination, and instills a love for learning. Students always remember and cherish great teachers and they have a long-lasting impact on their lives. Figuring out the quality of a teacher at any school isn’t all that difficult. You will just need to network with students and other parents. You can find out teachers whose…Read More
Are you an educator who wants some inspiration to think differently and encourage the same in your students? TED Talks are a wonderful source of inspiration, motivation, and knowledge for many teachers and educators. Here is a list of 10 TED Talks that will inspire you to dig deeper and help you rethink your perspectives. 10 Inspiring TED Talks for Teachers Bring on the Learning Revolution by Ken Robinson In this poignant, funny follow-up to his…Read More
When rewards center around materialism such as candies and gadgets or punishments turn into ‘timeout’ for disapproving behaviour, they send out an unclear message to the child about his/her behaviour.Read More
There are some obvious factors that affect child behaviour – like child abuse and bullying in schools.
However, there are few factors that do not exactly ring on top of our heads while analysing the cause for a sudden change in child behaviour.