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Six ways to a calmer classroom

Tips on how to achieve a tranquil teaching environment

It doesn’t matter how much you know; if you can’t manage a class there’s no way children will learn. Here are some ideas for success based on conversations with teachers at a primary school.     read more >>


Mobile learning



We tell students to turn off their mobile phones in class, but should we be telling them to turn them on? Can we use such technology for educational purposes?

Here’s a synopsis of the findings of a British study on how mobile phones help learning in secondary schools. It was funded by the government as part of their e-strategy “Harnessing Technology.”



Build up your presentation skills

How do you feel when you have to make a presentation?
Do you feel confident and relaxed, are you well prepared and certain enough that your presentation will have the desired impact on your audience?
Or is the thought of standing on a podium, in front of so many problably unknown people, holding a microphone, enough to give you stage fright?
Enjoy it or not, presenting – in some form – is usually a part of business. Whether it is a formal presentation, a lesson presentation or you simply have to make your voice heard in a meeting, you’re using presentation skills.     read more >>


What can I do to make my lessons more creative?

“The principle goal of education is to create people who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done – people who are creative, inventive, discoverers.”  Piaget.