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Children love to play games, imitate, participate with others and just have a good time. These games have the goals needed for the teacher to motivate children to use those muscles and exercise their bodies into a fun-based educational learning way through these designed games for use both outdoors and indoors. The younger child and Continue Reading

Active Learning Game Ideas

Active learning is a process whereby children engage in activities. These games are “active learning” ideas which provide a physical outlet and reinforce important academic and affective domain skills. a. The Grocery Store Is Loaded With – An indoor game, which children use their vocabulary and memory skills. (The game gets better, when more children Continue Reading

THE BENEFITS OF PLAY Play allows children to use their creativity while it develops: • Their imagination, • Their dexterity, • Their physical, • Their cognitive and • Their emotional strength Play is important to healthy brain development. It is through play that children at a very early age engage and interact in the world Continue Reading

Understanding Classroom Interaction

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASSROOM INTERACTION AND CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR To get started we should separate classroom interaction from classroom behavior. 1. The term classroom interaction refers to the interaction between the teacher and learners in the classroom. 2. Classroom Interaction is also a practice that enhances the development of the two very important language Continue Reading

Communication!

Mostly, communication is oral, face-to-face, and one-on-one. In our communication, we are the sender of a message, which goes to another co-worker, parent, child, supervisor who receives the message. From this point, we are looking for feedback whether it is a child or an adult from that message that was received effectively. The receiver who Continue Reading

Case #8: You Be the Judge A male employee of an auto manufacturer is in the middle of a light-hearted workplace telephone conversation. He suddenly puts the receiver aside and dons a serious countenance, apparently remembering an important job task left undone. Instead of tightening some neglected bolt or putting the finishing touch on a Continue Reading

WHY SINGING MEANS SO MUCH TO ME (QUOTES)?

I don’t sing because I’m happy; I’m happy because I sing. ~William James You can cage the singer but not the song. ~Harry Belafonte Those who wish to sing always find a song. ~Proverb There’s no half-singing in the shower, you’re either a rock star or an opera diva. ~Josh Groban Some days there won’t Continue Reading

IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS IN OUR TEACHING!

For every organization, school, or projects, there are specific and timely reasons why it is appropriate to pursue as an ethic initiative. The following pillars include trustworthiness, honesty, integrity, promise keeping, respect, responsibility, caring, sharing, justice, fairness, civic virtue and citizenship. These are goals and fine reasons why to pursue in teaching true ethics in Continue Reading

What is a superstition?

Teaching Cultural Diversity and hearing stories about different superstitions was an interesting topic. Stories were shared from various superstitions about money, journey, health, marriage, pregnancy, baby, children, Moon, Halloween, New Year, horoscope. Also old superstitions and beliefs about animals, black cats, plants, human relations…etc. Superstition is defined as an irrational belief that an object, action, Continue Reading

THOUGHTS ON CHILDREN’S FIVE SENSES!

Every child comes into the world programmed to perceive. Perception happens as a result of the intricate interchange between brain and the five senses. Although babies have been using their senses before birth, they come into the world entering a whole new era. The sights, smells, textures, sounds and tastes have now changed. No technology Continue Reading