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  • Peet Junior High: A Profile of a Great School.    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article presents an overview of programs and practices at Peet Junior High that have demonstrated success in helping students both academically and emotionally. >> Category: Education
  • Peet Junior High: The Secret of a Great School.    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Schools can try many different programs aimed at improving the education and behavior of students, but few of these programs will succeed without the secret ingredients. Peet Junior High is a school that knows what these secret ingredients are, and most, if not all, the administrators, faculty, and staff add these ingredients every day. >> Category: Education
  • Reading Comprehension: Question-Text-Answer-Relationship (QTAR) Part 1    By: Timothy G. Weih

    The QTAR Strategy makes the process of answering questions over reading material very clear and literal for students to understand, apply, and see the inherent relationships between the questions, the text, and the answers that students are to deduce. >> Category: Education
  • Reading Comprehension: Question-Text-Answer-Relationship (QTAR) Part 2    By: Timothy G. Weih

    The QTAR Strategy makes the process of answering questions over reading material very clear and literal for students to understand, apply, and see the inherent relationships between the questions, the text, and the answers that students are to deduce. >> Category: Education
  • Reading Comprehension: Scan-Question-Read-Write-Review (SQRWR)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    In order for students to learn information while they are reading, they need to understand how to actively think as they are reading, in other words, they need to learn how to DO something with the text other than just reading it. >> Category: Education
  • Expository Poetry    By: Timothy G. Weih

    The Expository Poetry Strategy engages students in gaining subject vocabulary knowledge, subject content knowledge, reading comprehension, writing fluency, and collaborative work skills. >> Category: Education
  • Context-Clue Strategy: Teaching Students Word Solving Skills-Part 1    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Young readers or in the case of ineffective readers, either have not learned the processes involved in figuring out unknown words using context clues, or they fail to apply them. A helpful strategy that promotes the use of context clues for solving unknown words is the Context-Clue Strategy. >> Category: Education
  • Context-Clue Strategy: Teaching Students Word Solving Skills-Part 2    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Young readers or in the case of ineffective readers, either have not learned the processes involved in figuring out unknown words using context clues, or they fail to apply them. A helpful strategy that promotes the use of context clues for solving unknown words is the Context-Clue Strategy. >> Category: Education
  • Attention Grabbers: Getting Students' Attention Without Shouting    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Attention Grabbers have many benefits for both teachers and students. When taught and practiced correctly, teachers can feel more comfortable allowing students to enter into meaningful student-led discussions (see Weih, 2016) without feeling they might lose control of them and have to resort to shouting for the sake of regaining their attention. Moreover, teachers can implement Attention Grabbers as a transitional choral response strategy to let students know that they need to get ready for a different activity. >> Category: Education
  • Digital Collaborative Literacy Teams    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Teachers can help their students be prepared for today's challenging work environment through the implementation of the instructional method of Digital Collaborative Literacy Teams, which is a method that provides students the opportunity to build not only their collaboration skills, but also their technology skills. >> Category: Education
  • Teaching the Literary Elements of Narrative Stories-Part 1    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Beginning with the stories that all students have in their lives for teaching literacy promotes the idea to students that their lives are important, have meaning, and can be background knowledge for learning language in the elementary classroom. >> Category: Education
  • Contextual Factors For Instructional Decision Making For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Research has suggested that the best teaching takes into consideration the key factors related to children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development. >> Category: Education
  • Classroom Management For Grades K-6    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Managing a classroom of children in grades K-6 involves teachers in learning aspects of organization, structure, school policies and procedures, as well as learning the pre-established mode of doing things in the school. >> Category: Education
  • Content Standards For Curriculum and Instruction in Grades K-6: Part 1    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is the first part of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with educational standards and objectives and how to plan content literacy curriculum, instruction, and assessment that aligns with them. >> Category: Education
  • Content Standards For Curriculum and Instruction in Grades K-6: Part 2    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is the second part of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with educational standards and objectives and how to plan content literacy curriculum, instruction, and assessment that aligns with them. >> Category: Education
  • Assessment and Evaluation of Content Literacy For Grades K-6 (Part 1)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is part one of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with how to plan and implement content literacy assessment and evaluation for grades K-6. >> Category: Education
  • Assessment and Evaluation of Content Literacy For Grades K-6 (Part 2)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is part two of a two part article intended to familiarize the beginning teacher with how to plan and implement content literacy assessment and evaluation for grades K-6. >> Category: Education
  • Curriculum and Instructional Program For Grades K-6 (Part One)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is part one of a two part article that covers how to create, develop, design, and implement a content literacy curriculum and instructional program in Kindergarten through sixth grade classrooms. >> Category: Education
  • Curriculum and Instructional Program For Grades K-6 (Part Two)    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This is part two of a two part article that covers how to create, develop, design, and implement a content literacy curriculum and instructional program in Kindergarten through sixth grade classrooms. >> Category: Education
  • Literature-Based Phonics Instruction For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article describes practices, materials, and strategies for implementing literature-based phonics instruction in grades K-3. >> Category: Education
  • Oral Reading Fluency Instruction For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article describes practices, materials, and strategies for teaching oral reading fluency in grades K-3. >> Category: Education
  • Reading Comprehension Instruction For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article describes practices, materials, and strategies for implementing reading comprhension instruction in grades K-3. >> Category: Education
  • Literature-Based Content Writing Instruction For Grades K-3    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article describes practices, materials, and strategies for implementing literature-based content writing instruction in grades K-3. >> Category: Education
  • My Review of THE LIFE OF THOMAS MORE BY PETER ACKROYD    By: Boba Borojevic

    Peter Ackroyd's book 'The Life of Thomas More' is not the one many readers would chose to take on holidays unless they love history and are interested in reading about the changes that occurred after King Henry VIII succeeded with his self-serving plan to set up his own church of England. >> Category: Education
  • Towards Preparing the Teacher For a Rural Student    By: kamaraju pulugurtha

    Academic institutions at the rural side should strive to understand the student needs. With a realistic approach, the instruction in English can be directed at bringing a steady improvement. >> Category: Education
  • Writing the Discussion Section of a Research Grounded Paper    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article explains how to write the discussion section of a research grounded paper. >> Category: Education
  • Writing the Method Section of a Research Grounded Paper    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article explains how to write the method section of a research grounded paper. >> Category: Education
  • Writing the Results Section of a Research Grounded Paper    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article explains how to write the results section of a research grounded paper. >> Category: Education
  • Writing the Literature Review Section of a Research Grounded Paper    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article explains how to write the literature review section of a research grounded paper. >> Category: Education
  • Writing the Introduction Section of a Research Grounded Paper    By: Timothy G. Weih

    This article explains how to write the introduction section of a research grounded paper. >> Category: Education
  • Nitrogen Metabolism is Affected by Iron Deficiency-Studied in Cucumber    By: Haripriya Munipalli

    The deficiency of Fe has influenced the nitrogen metabolism by reducing the activity of nitrate reductase and by increasing the activity of glutamate synthase in the root and leaf of cucumber plant. >> Category: Education
  • The Culturally Receptive Mind of the Young Child    By: Ann Mitchell

    Young children are responsive and receptive when concepts and skills are introduced at the appropriate level. Each educational environment for the young child has experiences that enhance cultural awareness. The home, as the first educational environment, establishes the social foundation for learning how to interact with others. >> Category: Education
  • Is it Homework or Homeschooling?    By: Timothy G. Weih

    Homework remains a very hot topic, even being addressed on national news programs. Advocates for homework claim that it's necessary in order for children to keep up with other countries. Due to the recent emphasis on standardized tests, many schools have added test-prep practice to be done at home. Still some advocates hold the notion that homework is a means for making children into high achievers. On the other hand are those arguing against homework, or to be specific, too much homework for young children. Those in this camp hold that elementary children could develop a dislike for school and have mental health problems due to stressing over homework. In addition, the argument has been made that homework interferes with family time and the free time that young children need to develop extracurricular skills in sports and the arts. >> Category: Education
  • Homework and the Defiant Child: A Parent's Guide    By: Timothy G. Weih

    There is a lot of controversy over homework these days and many times parents and children are caught in the confusion as to how to manage homework. There are numerous guides that have been published for helping parents handle homework with their children. But the problem area that many parent guides do not cover is how to approach homework with the defiant child: the child that fights homework, struggles at school, and does everything he can to subvert the whole process. This present guide is meant to help parents and children through those difficult times. >> Category: Education
  • Dealing With Slow Learners    By: Dr Abdulaziz Dadah

    A very big problem that every school faces, i.e. the difficulty to deal with the slow learners. The teachers have their big headache over these children. Handle them in homework and class work, understanding the topic, etc are the areas concerned with the slow learners. We try to advise them or we try to get result by hook or crook through putting negative enforcement by punishing them. >> Category: Education
  • Needing a Better Way to Educate Our Children    By: Marty Savarick

    India's progress in education is on the upswing, but additional involvement by the best and brightest educators will enable greater advancement. >> Category: Education
  • Dedicated Teacher    By: Bindu Bharathi

    ABSTRACT Teacher is the role model for the students. Always teacher can understand the students and show concerns and love to them. If you are doing like this, the students will love you. Now a days the value of education is deteriorating and students are not respecting the teachers. Ethical principles are losing from both teachers and the students. As a teacher help them to develop good character. So as a dedicated teacher you can motivate the students and mould them to become a responsible citizen. The dedicated teachers are committing and devote oneself to a particular cause. An ideal teacher is an exemplary towards her students, peers, employer, clients and others come in contact with her. This article is dedicated to my beloved teachers; those who are encouraged inspired and supported me in all my endower. Author: Mrs. Bindu Bharathi, Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing, Northern Border University, Saudi Arabia. Email.binduvyshnavam@gmail.com >> Category: Education
  • How to Enhance Self Esteem?    By: Bindu Bharathi

    How to Enhance Self Esteem. This article outlines how to develop self esteem in an individual. It will helpful for the individual to identify their own abilities, potentialities and limitations. Most of them are having good talents but we are not utilizing our proficiency. Through this article author try to motivate all the persons to maximize their potentialities. So it will useful for professional development of the individual. If the person has good self esteem, they will be more competent in their profession. KEY WORDS Self enhancement, self esteem, self image and Global Self esteem >> Category: Education
  • E-Portfolio: A Fashion Approach    By: Dipti Ahuja

    This article talks about the utility of an E-Portfolio and give a direction to develop a Fashion Electronic Portfolio in the correct manner. >> Category: Education
  • The Politics of A-Level Results Day    By: Jade Azim

    Demonisation on a day that should belong to the students. Throughout A-Levels and the subsequent stress of revision and essay-writing, I have looked on at the Department for Education making firm decisions that, yes, the qualifications I have worked hard for are obsolete, and then I watch them take a U-turn, a characteristic that tends to plague this coalition, before deciding a whole different method on how to make A-Levels even more standardised >> Category: Education
  • Communication Skills For Larger Classes    By: kamaraju pulugurtha

    Large Classes are a problem exclusive to India and so,the experiences of the teacher are noteworthy. Strategies sometimes do not work, but even then, activities can not be given up. >> Category: Education
  • How to Make the Students Reflect on their Employability    By: kamaraju pulugurtha

    In the pursuit of their academic qualifications,students tend to be ignorant of their other important employability skills.The institutions have a vested responsibility in enhancing the employability of those whom they are educating. >> Category: Education
  • Regulations and the Future of Trade and Investment in Cameroon    By: Prudence

    Do the laws and regulations put in place by the Cameroonian government foster trade and investment? What are the challenges faced when doing business in Cameroon and can they be mitigated or are there others solutions? >> Category: Education
  • How to Get Good Marks in Exam    By: Gagandeep Singh

    How to get good marks in exams by studying smartly. It doesn't mean sitting for long hours with your textbooks or mugging up the whole book. In order to study smartly first of all prepare a timetable so that you can cover all your subjects in time. >> Category: Education
  • Ensure Harm to the Client in Electronic Banking    By: Dr. Riad Mr. Hussein Abu Saeeda Abu Saeeda

    There is no doubt that the evolution of the right banking emergence and spread of electronic banking is widely was accompanied by a number of legal problems arising from the deal for this type of banks. As these banks are based on mechanisms differ materially from those upon which the banks in the traditional sense .... >> Category: Education
  • Education System in India.    By: Jyoti Sharma

    Education system in India is divided into different levels such as Pre-Primary level, Primary Level, Secondary level, Higher School level. >> Category: Education
  • Great Things About Online High Schools    By: Matty Smith

    Planning to classes, visiting classes and next lots of the due diligence and large day's stressful schedule, it is by far the most complex timetables for virtually every individual. Normal Campus faculties have a very good rigorous agenda, which often is not going to help if as a student to possess an individual in their free time part of getting the livelihood. >> Category: Education
  • What is Crucial to Look For in an Online School?    By: Matty Smith

    Internet schools are an alternate option for the research of those who cannot afford to go to the campus schools or do not have sufficient time to go there and study. On the internet schools, supply a far better alternative towards the campus based education program acquiring all the identical aspects except for the genuine time presence of a teacher and classroom. >> Category: Education
  • Academic Institutions and Online Degrees    By: Matty Smith

    Certification is the most prominent components of one's existence. Several different issues with everyday life center on learning. Whether or not it is k-12, colleges and universities or possibly University degree, they both have specific to it significance. >> Category: Education
  • The Time to Prepare is Now for the Next Disaster    By: Rosetta Maise

    In our current world of politics can you afford to rely on Congress or FEMA to help in your greatest time of need after a natural disaster? You do not have to answer with words you are answering with your actions by doing something or doing nothing. The good part about your answer is you reap the benefits. The bad part about your answer is you pay the price. Death is not the worst thing that can happen to us, starting over is not something that we can control but how much we suffer in the start over process is a big deal that can shape your attitude at what might be your lowest point in life. The only person you will be able to depend on is you. Will you do something to help yourself today? Act now begin to get the right supplies for survival, not because you want to but because it is the right thing to do. >> Category: Education


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