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We are a group of passionate educators and experts dedicated to creating an environment in which students can learn and grow. We believe that classroom management is the foundation of any successful learning experience, and we strive to help teachers create safe, positive, and engaging learning spaces for their students.

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  • Survival Tips for Preschool Teachers

    Survival Tips for Preschool Teachers

    Preschool teachers have one of the most important jobs in the world. They are responsible for teaching our youngest children the basics that they will need to know for the rest of their lives. While it can be a rewarding job, it can also be a very challenging one. As such, there are a few […]

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  • Facts about Preschoolers: Why are they important?

    Facts about Preschoolers: Why are they important?

    Preschoolers are energetic, imaginative, and full of curiosity. They are also notorious for being fidgety, easily distracted, and disruptive. But there is a lot more to know about preschoolers than just their playful antics. In this post, I have identified about 15 facts about preschoolers that will help you with your classroom management as a…

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  • How to be a Good and Active Listener as a Teacher

    How to be a Good and Active Listener as a Teacher

    Active listening is one of the critical skills every teacher must have to be effective in the classroom. In order to be a good active listener as a teacher, it is important to first understand what active listening is. Active listening is when we listen to someone with the intention of understanding what they are…

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  • Why Do Teachers Need to be Good Listeners?

    Why Do Teachers Need to be Good Listeners?

    Listening is a skill that teachers need to develop in order to be successful in their profession. Effective listening helps teachers to understand and empathize with students, build relationships, and provide support. It also allows teachers to gain an understanding of the student’s goals and objectives and to make appropriate interventions. Moreover, teachers need to…

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  • Constructivism in the classroom

    Constructivism in the classroom

    Since its introduction in the early 1900s, the theory of constructivism has been widely used as a framework for understanding how people learn. The basic tenet of constructivism is that people actively construct their own understanding of the world around them through their experiences and interactions with others. In recent years, constructivism has been increasingly…

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  • Connectivism learning theory in the classroom

    Connectivism learning theory in the classroom

    Connectivism is a learning theory that emphasizes the role of connections in the process of learning. It is based on the idea that knowledge is created and maintained through networks of people, ideas, and resources. Connectivism has been used to explain how people learn in online environments, as well as how organizations can use technology…

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  • Cognitive learning theory in the classroom

    Cognitive learning theory in the classroom

    In the field of education, cognitive learning theory has become an increasingly popular way of thinking about how students learn. This theory emphasizes the role of mental processes in learning. When applied to the classroom, cognitive learning theory can help teachers understand how students think and learn. It can also provide guidance on how to…

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  • Conflict in class: Examples, causes, and prevention among students

    Conflict in class: Examples, causes, and prevention among students

    It is no secret that conflict can arise in any setting where people are present. This is especially true for children who are still learning how to effectively communicate and understand one another. While some conflict is inevitable and can even be beneficial, too much of it can lead to a hostile and unproductive learning…

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  • Pros and Cons of Being a Preschool Teacher

    Pros and Cons of Being a Preschool Teacher

    A preschool teacher is someone who teaches children aged 3–5 years old. In most jurisdictions, this person must have at least a high school diploma and a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Some states also require preschool teachers to be licensed. The job of a preschool teacher is to prepare young children for kindergarten. They…

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