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Engaging Students in Learning: Tips and Ideas

A brain-based classroom is one in which students are actively engaged in learning. What exactly does it mean for students to actively participate? It’s certainly not about students completing worksheets, answering basic questions, or taking lecture notes. Take a minute to think about the definitions of these two words. The word active It means moving, […]

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Housework makes children successful and happy

Okay, I can’t guarantee the promise of happiness, but a recent article called “Science Says Parents of Successful Kids Have These 13 Things in Common” posted on Tech Insider lists housework as a factor that could lead to success. children as adults. Author Julie Lythcott-Haims (How to Raise an Adult) is cited as a compliment […]

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Speed ​​Reading Tactics: Comprehension and the Myth of Enlarging Sight Size and Word Groups

As you begin to research and select an approach to develop your speed reading skills, you will inevitably find continual references to the fact that untrained readers need to expand the number of words the eyes pick up with each eye stop. These stops are called fixings. In theory, the more words the eyes assimilate […]

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