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Science Coursework
"It's that coursework time again! Before you begin to panic, just think of it as an easy way to score marks for your science GCSE. If you do well in your coursework, it takes the pressure off your exams. Coursework is an excellent opportunity for yo
So you Want to Teach Elementary School
So you want to teach. Let me give you a preview of what your life will be like if you succeed in becoming an elementary school teacher. If you become an elementary school teacher this is what you might expect. For nine months of the year your life w
There's More Than One Way to Solve Division Problems
There aren't many students, teachers and parents who don't dread having to deal with long division problems. But it doesn't have to be that way. Even though most teachers use the same old, tired algorithm to teach long division, there are shortcuts
Dealing With Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia is a big word, a mouth full, really. Most people are aware of it and aware that it has to do with problems doing math. But this syndrome encases so much more than simple math inefficiencies. Dyslexia is so common that everybody knows wha
Writing With Dysgraphia
When thinking about dysgraphia, people usually dont think of it as a learning disability. Writing is just difficult for my child. Or, my child has poor handwriting, but so do doctors. Yet, dysgraphia is real and the sooner that we consider it a lea
Teaching Children to Overcome Math Problems
Although it is indeed difficult to overcome a math problem, there are many remedies that can be used to help students succeed. Before getting to any specific math instruction, however, you should work at overcoming any math anxiety the student may h
Pe Performance Programs
For thirty seven years I have3 seen students perform in musical programs and plays. I have written most of the ones that my students participated in. They are always fun because students like to show off. After retiring I had a Physical Education te
Pe Parent Programs
PE or in the school setting Physical Education has sometimes got a bad deal in the elementary setting. Many people including parents feel that students go to PE just to play games. Many feel that it is just a time out or another recess for the stude
Ways to Get Shy Students to Participate in Programs
Some times getting a shy student to participate is very difficult. You can beg or demand, but to those students it will not be a fun experience and they may start to not like you for making them do it. School programs should be fun and memorable exp
The Importance of Books and Reading in Early Learning
The last two decades have witnessed a transformation in thinking about the development of children during their pre-school early years. Beginning in the late 1970s and early 1980s researchers began to investigate the importance of the early years on
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