Samples "Teaching"


Addressing Teacher’s Burnout

Global research shows that teacher burnout is one of the main reasons teachers have a problem with teaching. Teacher burnout is a factor that affects many teachers in their duty, yet there are very few who know what it is. According to studies, teachers join the institution very energetic, with...

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982 words | 4 page(s)
Teaching Academic Reading Class

Discussion-based academic teaching is among the most intricate methods of education but also be among the most rewarding. Precisely, using discussions as the primary method of teaching enables the teacher to stimulate critical thinking. While the teacher creates a rapport with the students, he or she can indeed show gratitude...

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937 words | 4 page(s)
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Using Comics to Teach Distance-Time Graph

Mathematics is thematically unified by the constituents of functions, relationships, and patterns. Students, from the earliest of ages, ought to be invigorated to examine patterns found in shapes, expressions, and numbers which then allows them to make mathematical discoveries. Children should be provided with opportunities to create, analyze and extend...

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1015 words | 4 page(s)
Techniques Used to Teach Math Effectively

As a sixth grade teacher, I use a variety of techniques to teach mathematics effectively. One of the most valuable techniques is the use of manipulatives, such as money, dice, and even food. This gives students a hands-on experience that helps them understand how the mathematical concepts we are learning...

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630 words | 3 page(s)
Vygotsky and Piaget

The following paper compares and contrasts the approaches of two famous educators: Vygotsky and Piaget. This analysis is carried out using a research article by Lourenco (2012), where the author meticulously analyzes the two theories, that of Vygotsky and Piaget. To begin with, Vygotsky and Piaget (2012) can be considered...

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660 words | 3 page(s)