It’s the start of yet another exciting school year with new learners, new activities and new challenges. Alleviate the stress of preparing for term one and jump into the 2015 school year with our back-to-school checklist.
Posts By Leigh Ann Studer
“To let the brain work without sufficient material is like racing an engine. It racks itself to pieces,” said iconic investigator Sherlock Holmes. No matter how great your ideas are or how well you can…
Whether it’s Laurel and Hardy, Calvin and Hobbes or Woody and Buzz, popular culture loves a good duo. There’s just so much on offer when the right match is struck; not only do we get two great characters but we get the synergy between the two of them. It’s not just double the fun – it’s triple!
The Flipped Classroom approach to teaching and learning is turning the tables on how modern education works. It radically reduces the contact time between lecturers and students but keeps classroom results constant. The New Media…
It is important to follow a strategic decision-making process when making an informed career choice. Share this five-step process called the PACED decision making Process with your learners to help guide them in making the best decision for their future.
Learn more about the annual Oxford-Cambridge Paddle to Read charity dragon boat race in this informative infographic.
Join us on Saturday 29 November 2014 at the V&A Waterfront at 09h30 and share in the excitement first-hand.
After a busy year in the classroom, deciding on what skills you would like to acquire or improve is essential. Have a look at these great ideas on how you can develop and enhance your own skills as a teacher.
Exam questions don’t just ask for a specific area of information- they ask for that information to be given in a specific way. There’s a difference between name and describe or analyse and discuss. To really nail an exam it’s not just about having the answers; it’s also about knowing how exactly to give them. Here’s a handy infographic to help you.