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The Importance of Teaching Methods

Liepmann, Erica. “Methodology Is More Important Than Teaching, Study Finds.” The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 12 May 2011. Web. 30 Oct. 2014.

We’ve all heard the saying “quality over quantity”, and we all know that is true in some cases, but it seems like we don’t apply this concept in education. 485 more words

Teaching Methods

Constructivism Reflection

Constructivism is all about recognizing the different ways of how people learn. This theory shows that each child has a different way of understanding knowledge through experiencing different things and how they reflect on it. 100 more words


Master Debaters: Using Debate in Sex Education


Debate is as old as ancient Greece and is still relevant today. Debate is a useful teaching tool to have students practice public speaking, critical thinking, and research skills. 619 more words

Curriculum & Lessons

Top 5 Apps for Teaching

Moving on to my last practicum where the focus is on inquiry learning in a modern learning environment, it has led me to discover with great joy some of the apps that are out there. 271 more words


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On my first teaching day this semester

Two days ago (on 23.10.2014), my excitement woke me up at 04.00. The chilling 6 degree Celcius could not damp or freeze my excitement. Having quickly climbed out of the warm bed, I reread the typed lecture notes over and over again. 713 more words

We now have a new YouTube channel !

It’s been another learning curve. We hope you enjoy the first in our series of videos. It is titled ‘Reading Crisis’

Reading Failure

Halloween Piano Style!

It’s almost time for Halloween! I’m really big on giving my students Halloween themed repertoire. I find it’s fun if they have a monthly piece to play for the holiday. 154 more words