Thursday, 24 Sep 2020
Category: Special Topics
The Teacher as Effective Stress Manager

The Teacher as Effective Stress Manager

Stress as a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your balance in some way. The common cause of stress is the following: arguments, puberty, disagreements, taking responsibility for another mistake, conflict, illness, lack of basic needs, pushing your body too hard, changing weather conditions, pollution, and tobacco use.

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The Classroom As A Global Community

The Classroom As A Global Community

One purpose of schools is to prepare students for life in the larger societies in which they live. Today’s larger society is the whole world. Educators are beginning to seek out concepts, skills, and strategies that will help American students become more aware of and comfortable in a global society.

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Research Exposure A Teacher’s Edge in the 21st Century

Research Exposure: A Teacher’s Edge in the 21st Century

How can the teachers meet the market demands in the 21st century where teachers can start in their own classrooms and take the responsibility of examining their own practices. They ought to take leadership in knowing what insights about learning should be systematically applied in the classrooms especially with diverse learners. How can the teachers […]

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Peace Education in the Workplace

Peace Education in the Workplace

Peace can be defined as the absence of any form of violence. It is also defined as a state of law or civil government, a state of justice or goodness, a balance or equilibrium of powers. There are two types of violence such as direct violence as a form of violence where there is direct […]

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Critical Thinking The Power to Think Beyond

Critical Thinking: The Power to Think Beyond

It is important attribute for success among education in the 21st century. These educators who are expected to keep abreast of academic and social reforms as well as adept in addressing diverse needs of students should possess the power to objectively analyze and translate situations to come up with good problem solving skills and sound […]

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A Teacher for the World: Are You In?

THINK ABOUT THESE: “If you consider teaching as a system wherein the adult (the teacher) is given the responsibility to guide and educate the young (the learner), there is wisdom in refocusing the attention to the teachers to train them to capably lead the young.”

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