The word ‘diversity’ holds a different meaning for everyone. When you’re teaching a class with kids of different races, cultures, or beliefs, it’s important to make sure that every student feels like they belong there. Here are some tips from educator and Digital Account Manager at Edarabia.com, Fazreen Razeek.
Levelled text systems provide children with a unique opportunity to start reading based on their own readiness and pace. Teachers have the option to use one or more systems. This article discusses what they are and how to use them in your classroom.
Every college student is familiar with writing essays. Despite advice from their instructors to proofread, many students finish their essays and submit them right away. This is a mistake. Learn how to self-edit your essays to improve your writing and boost your grades.
EssayJack teaches students how to write critically and organise their ideas into effective essays. Read our review to find out how it could benefit you and your learners.
There are a lot of books out there about teaching. We've rounded up twelve of the best to get you excited about school again.
Teaching history and social studies goes way beyond names and dates. It's about teaching critical thinking skills. The Gradual Release of Responsibility will help your students learn how to think like a historian.
Are your instructors always criticising your introductions? Follow these four steps to write introductions that will hook your reader and set your essay up for success.
Are you struggling to get students in your class to love reading for pleasure? These simple ideas will help you embed a culture of reading and raise the profile of books in your school.
A good introduction is one of the most important elements of your paper. Academic articles with great introductions gather widespread favor, as do blog posts, articles, essays, and other digital content. In this article, we examine how to open an academic paper with a killer introduction.
Academic essays are an unavoidable part of the educational journey. Learning to write well may be one of the greatest skills you gain during your college years. While you can't avoid writing essays, you can avoid making some of these common mistakes.
As a full-time teaching professor, I estimate I mark close to 900 essays a year across nine intensive marking periods. In every marking period, the same essay writing issues recur. In this article, I share the 7 biggest things I wish my students knew before they turned up in my college classes.
Do you need to use 'advisor' or 'adviser' in your writing? This guide contains definitions and examples to explain the difference.
Are you overwhelmed by your upcoming essay? Start with an outline. Here's some tips to get you started.
Many of you are probably familiar with the panic or dread that can accompany the act of having an essay topic dropped in front of you on your desk. Nothing’s been written, nothing’s even been thought of; all you have in front of you is a topic, a blank page, and the instructions to “write.” Check out this 5 step prep process that you can apply to any essay you write.
The educational blogging community continues to grow rapidly, especially with the advent of distance learning. In this piece, learn why you should start blogging as a teacher.