Making Summer Reading Fun And Exciting

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Asking most kids to pick up a book during July or August is like asking them to clean their room or eat their Brussels sprouts. Fortunately, there’s a simple solution to the quandary of summer reading lists: Stock them with titles that are fun and challenging and encourage kids to look beyond a book’s covers. […]


Understanding Reiki Therapy

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Reiki healers are divided into three levels of therapy practice through attunements. The Reiki therapy teacher normally conducts a ceremony in which the teachers attach their hands in a proper position together with the symbol. The Three Levels The Reiki healers I usually learn the basic hand positions and the sacred symbol and they can […]


Tips For Parents Starting The School Year Right

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Increased parental involvement provides the best foundation for a successful start to the school year. “Back-to-school offers an opportunity for parents to get to know their children’s teachers and be involved in education year-round,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “To reach their full potential, students need parents to take an active […]


Partnership Between Parents And Kindergarten Teachers

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Pre-school is an educative learning partner of the family. Some reasons that kindergarten is an extremely important educative factor are: – Kindergarten creates an environment for children and it helps them develop their social skills – Kindergarten prepares children for primary school – is a protective environment and passes the time with children of their […]


5 Tips For A Winning Parent Teacher Relationship

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Behind every successful public school student is a great public school teacher. And great teachers make great public schools. But teachers can’t do it alone. The research is clear: Students perform better in school when their parents are actively involved in their education. “Teachers help students soar and make their hopes and dreams come true,” […]


Tips To Help Your Kids Succeed In School All Year

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Research shows that parental involvement in schools improves student achievement, reduces absenteeism and restores confidence among parents in their children’s education. “Children need parents who have an interest in what’s going on in the classroom,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “Parents must do everything they can to get their children fully […]


Child Beating

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A majority of parents beat their children. Many school teachers punish children to correct them. They do it to teach them properly and make them good citizens of this world. How many of these parents and teachers themselves are good citizens of this world? How many of them themselves know what is right and what […]


Kids Celebrate Reading

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It’s been proven that children who read achieve. They boast higher test scores and recognize letters and numbers more often than their peers who read less often. But getting children to crack open a book sometimes can be the tricky part for parents and teachers. Nine years ago, the National Education Association launched the “Read […]


How To Help Your Kids Succeed In School All Year Afa

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Research shows that parental involvement in schools improves student achievement, reduces absenteeism and restores confidence among parents in their children’s education. “Children need parents who have an interest in what’s going on in the classroom,” said Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association. “Parents must do everything they can to get their children fully […]


5 Ways To Keep Your Kids From Getting Sick

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Teachers are finding it more of a challenge than ever to keep their classrooms healthy and clean for students, according to a recent survey of teachers. The survey found that 90 percent of teachers think it is “common for students to come to school sick.” Only about 30 percent said their schools’ custodial staff disinfects […]


Tips To Help Your Kids Celebrate Reading

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It’s been proven that children who read achieve. They boast higher test scores and recognize letters and numbers more often than their peers who read less often. But getting children to crack open a book sometimes can be the tricky part for parents and teachers. Nine years ago, the National Education Association launched the “Read […]


Counting Our Way Out Of Anxiety

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Mathematics is still one of the most challenging subjects faced by ordinary grade school and high school students. It is not uncommon to hear of students who flunk at math not just for because the subject is hard to learn, but also because they are afflicted with what is now called by teachers as — […]


Cincinnati Schools Creates Programs To Improve Teaching And Learning

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Teacher Advancement Program Three Cincinnati Schools have volunteered to take part in a new program next school year that is aimed to improve the school’s instructional strategies and increase professional development. The aim of the program is to illustrate the connection between effective teaching and the student’s academic performance. The Cincinnati Schools involved in the […]


Is Teaching English Challenging In Korea

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“A lot of people have said that Korea is one of the toughest places on Earth where you should be employed teaching English. When I hear this from teachers who have returned from Korea, I start getting a bit worried. English teachers in Korea have complained on a cross-section of issues. When I put down […]


Cleveland Schools Aim For Healthy Students And Teachers

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The Motivating Movement Through Marathoning Challenge Eighty-three students and teachers from seven Cleveland Schools are participating in a program designed to increase health and self-confidence. The eleven week Motivating Movement Through Marathoning Challenge is a joint program between Cleveland Schools and the Cleveland YMCA. The Motivating Movement Through Marathoning Challenge was created out of the […]


Is A Degree In Esl Worth It

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A recent poll asked whether English teachers should have a degree of some type. Approximately 64% of the respondents thought they should have a degree for teaching ESL: quite a high “yes” because, as always, there were some “don’t know” meanings that makes the “no” camp very small. I am generally in favor of teachers […]


What Are The Requirements For English Language Teachers

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So you believe you have what it takes to be one of the many English language teachers around? You should know that English language teachers are not all of one type – there are differences between English language teachers (just like in other occupations.) Types of English language teachers 1. EFL – EFL teachers are […]


The Hallmarks Of A Professional Teacher

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Have you ever wondered what the qualities of a really professional teacher are? I know that all teachers want their students to like them, but being liked isn’t the be-all and end-all really, is it? I mean teachers have to make some unpopular decisions sometimes. Teachers can be popular just because they are friendly and […]