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English teacher Sylvia Guinan walks us through the opportunities and pitfalls of teaching online in. .A huge advantage in my book is the break-out room feature in most of the best virtual classrooms.
English teacher Sylvia Guinan walks us through the opportunities and pitfalls of teaching online in one of our top five articles of all time, illustrated by artist Jamie Johnson. I found a community of teachers on WizIQ who were very inspiring, and we worked together for two years on our Edupunk creativity experiments. This was how I learnt the ropes, and learnt how to manage groups online. You can divide classes into groups or pairs and send them to different sub-classrooms. In this way, you can introduce many new games as you have the advantage of information gaps to exploit.
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Enhancing the learners own personal experiences as important contributing elements to classroom learning. Student VariablesOne of the most important variables which have a great influence on teaching and learning is students’ variable. Without students, there would be no class, no teaching and no learning.
Much has changed since I taught middle school. I am struck by the extent to which recent technological innovations have created many new opportunities to better serve traditionally disadvantaged students. Schools serving higher-resourced families are often able to recruit better teachers and ps the most important school resources-even without additional funding
This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the . This book examines the opportunities and constraints of environmental leapfrogging in Asia by zooming in on several country cases: China, Vietnam, Singapore and Taiwan.
This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the environment. China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.