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Creative Teaching Ideas for Teaching United States History
by ShiggityShaw in Education
History can be confusing for students. It's easy for all the dates and names to become mixed up, which can leave students confused and frustrated. United States history can be broken into just a few centuries, since the country and history is young compared with the rest of the world. Try to come up with some creative and interactive ways to teach United States history so it becomes something that

Math Teaching Strategies for Teaching Division in the 3rd Grade
by Matt Brewer in Education
Children develop division ideas naturally before they begin elementary school as they learn to take turns, divide snacks equally and do simple tasks such as setting the table (there are four spoons, and each person gets one). By third grade, they are learning complex methods, especially long division, to divide large quantities quickly. Helpful teaching strategies include focusing on mastery of mu

Teaching Ideas for Teaching Early Childhood Teachers
by Henry in Education
Early childhood teachers spend vast amount of time researching effective teaching techniques for young children. Using their classroom time to make valuable links to practical teaching methods helps these early childhood teachers gain practical knowledge they can use one day in their own classrooms. Use effective teaching ideas such as classroom environment projects, differentiating learning activ

Effective Teaching Strategies for Teaching Elementary Science
by Surya in Education
Teaching elementary school science has to be approached in a way that differs from higher education levels of science. Young children are best suited to learn through hands-on experimentation and an integration of other subjects into the science curriculum. Concepts should be broad enough to cover many areas of science and include mathematics whenever possible. The National Science Teachers Associ

How to Compare Teaching in the 21st Century to Teaching in the 1970s
by Hugo in Education
Three things come into account when comparing teaching in the 21st century to the 1970s. Teachers drove curriculum in the 1970s, whereas school standards drive curriculum in 2010. Current trends include classroom technology and advances, very limited in the seventies. Testing was used for reference, not to determine promotion. CurriculumToday's classroom is standard's based. The state determ

Divergent Teaching Vs. Convergent Teaching in Preschool
by mndoci in Education
Using a teaching method at the preschool level may seem trivial to some because youngsters just seem to want to play all the time. Ensuring that preschoolers receive the correct instruction sets them up for learning for years to come. Convergent and divergent teaching methods are parts of teaching at the preschool level and both play an important role in a child's development Convergent Learnin

Teaching Characteristics That Are Important for Effective Teaching
by maximumbob in Education
It takes more than a teaching degree to be prepared to stand in front of a classroom of students and teach them effectively. Effective teachers share a number of character traits that are essential to their becoming great teachers. As you prepare to enter your classroom, consider developing these traits so that you, too, may be an effective teacher. Management SkillsTo teach effectively, you ne

Teaching Techniques for Teaching Culture & Diversity
by Brazil in Education
Teaching culture and diversity might arise in a history classroom. It might be a special class offered in the school where you teach. In any case, using certain techniques and activities to teach the subject matter will engage your students in the material. Diversity CalendarAs part of an ongoing unit or section, set up a diversity calendar in your classroom. Instead of a traditional calendar,

The Difference Between Top-Down Teaching & Bottom-up Teaching
by Stephen Judge in Education
Effective teaching methods may be constrained by school curriculum, but educators can still devise instructional approaches based on the needs of their students. Some courses are taught better through lecture, while others may require class participation and direct interaction through laboratory and field-trips. Two common teaching methods are known as top-down and bottom-up, which take opposite a

How to Use Teaching Talents Without a Teaching Degree
by bigrod in Careers & Job Searching
Most people think of a teacher as the man or woman at their child's school--this person with a degree and a teaching certificate who provides a K-12 education. Or a teacher is seen as someone who focuses on at least one subject of education or perhaps a professor at a local college. But you don't necessarily need a teaching degree--or even a bachelor's degree in anything--to use your teaching tale

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