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How Creative Are You in Teaching Your Class? (Part 4)
Amidst the heavy workload of a typical teacher, Mr Roel R. Maraya, Head Teacher at Korean International School, Philippines, only has one priority – to refine and safeguard the educational well-being of every student that walks into his class. For this to occur, Mr Roel sees the importance of getting to know his students on a personal level, while keeping in mind the role of a teacher. Are you looking for ideas on how to carry out your science lessons using the science textbooks series by Marshall Cavendish Education? Check out his lessons and get inspired to make a difference in your students' learning.
How Creative Are You in Teaching Your Class? (Part 3)
Understanding that this ‘smart’ generation of students can easily access biographical texts by at their fingertips by means of the internet, Ms Pangilinan-Gutierrez chose to provide an authentic learning experience for her students. In this project, she transformed her students from passive readers to active participants.
How Creative Are You in Teaching Your Class? (Part 2)
Teaching mathematics is close to Gloria's heart and she believes that teaching creatively to engage students is necessary especially teaching this subject because pupils need to be given different opportunities to train their brains and change their mentalities toward problem-solving to be effective in the workforce of the future. Mathematics is an unparalleled means to train problem solvers and is the by far the best training medium that she has come across in her many years as an educator.
How Creative Are You In Teaching Your Class? (Part 1)
In this first instalment of the 4-part series, Simon Williams shares how he taught his pupils from a private school in Nakhon Sawan, Thailand to use the possessive pronouns to discuss ownership. Take Off with English was used in his lesson.