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~~Reading is a very important element in our everyday lives and learning (83% of our learning is visual) and it is important to consider that we never stop learning to read. How do you read the following text styles? Poetry, stage dialogue, a cinema listings page, a web page, a text message, a train timetable, information on an air ticket, an instruction booklet, a recipe, an academic text, the news bar that runs under newscasters on television, fictional genres (Sci-fi; thrillers etc.) You have learnt, through exposure and practice, to read all of the above and each of them requires a differe
All through history, great thinkers from all areas of society have spoken on the importance of having a good education, but recently the importance of a good education has been under attack. Critic's claim it's gotten too expensive and has very little value compared to its costs. History as well as the current geopolitical circumstances proves that the long term cost of an uneducated society can be even more disastrous. With so many nations developing at a frantic rate, the need for a top notch education system can't be overestimated. In order for us to remain competitive we need people with t
How do we measure the effectiveness of a classroom teacher? This one needs answer, right? And, answer/s must come from the people in the know. Does it mean he/she must have a doctorate degree--- or PhD, after his name?
One of the most in demand professions Down Under is teaching in Australia. Many districts, in order to either upgrade or maintain the level of the profession in Australia, have opted to tap the overseas worker market to fill the vacancies.
Math is scary. If you don't believe me just ask your kids. Or if you are a teacher, ask your students. Or better still; think back to when you were a kid. Unless you were one of those who are naturally good with numbers, you'll have to admit that it was a bit intimidating at times.
I started teaching at age 27. Though I thought I was old then, I look back now and see that I was most assuredly still a very young adult. Back then I was very much a self-starter.