Tag: students

5 Generational Tips for Enhanced Synergy in Schools

Each and every generation displays distinctive beliefs and perceptions that impact upon institutional cultures. Promoting synergy in the school house through empathic generational bonding may increase collaboration, lower attrition rates and support individual, professional and organizational learning right from the start. Read on for a few tips on […]

Stop Blaming Teachers

Those who scapegoat teachers may have much to gain, but students have much more to lose. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines scapegoat as one that bears the blame for others, or one that is the object of irrational hostility. Those of us in the education profession would define scapegoat […]

IS MULTITASKING BAD FOR STUDENTS?

In today’s digital world, students have more and more things competing for their attention. With access to so much entertainment and information, students are often left dividing their focus between more than one task—whether it’s checking social media while studying or trying to complete multiple homework assignments at […]

Ways to Use Slideshows in the Classroom

Slideshows have been around for a while, but in most classrooms they are only used as a way for presenting small amounts of information. Teachers may use a slideshow to give an overview of a topic and students may use slideshows to accompany research projects. However, slideshows have […]