Students benefit significantly when they manage their time wisely as it teaches them responsibility and can enhance their academic performance. But often students need guidance to make the most of their time. The great news is that there are several ways you can help your students get more structure in their day.
Here are some effective time management techniques students can use to stay productive and get what they need to be done in a timely manner.
Grading students’ work is a necessary part of any teacher’s job. However, it can be time-consuming and take away from other important aspects of education, too.
Thankfully, there are grading strategies you can apply to better manage your time. To be efficient with your time, you have to have a plan for keeping grading to a minimum. When you apply effective grading strategies to your grading routine, you can save time and focus more on teaching.
Procrastination is a bad habit, we all know that. Yet, for some reason, many of us continue to procrastinate, causing ourselves unnecessary trouble and stress. Sadly, teachers and professors teach students many things but overcoming procrastination habits is difficult for many individuals to learn.
Procrastination is too often a real issue for higher education students. If you want to keep up with your college assignments, you need to learn how to overcome it.
With testing season in full swing, we know all too well that student stress levels are at their peak. Some students may even feel burnt out. Often, test preparation has been viewed as overwhelming for both teachers and students alike.
However, with the right tools and priorities, though, test preparation can be painless and productive!
There are countless apps, devices, and programs available. But how effective are they in the learning process? Here we look at 10 benefits of paper planners over digital: (more…)
Driving and improving student success is a top goal for educators. Factors that contribute to success vary, ranging from student preparation to motivation to engagement. In truth, student success takes on many forms like meeting academic or curriculum goals and developing social skills.
Last month, we surveyed education professionals. Survey respondents included principals, assistant principals, superintendents, teachers, coordinators, administrative assistants, secretaries, coaches, and more.
It is an exciting prospect to embark on a new educational goal. Achieving that goal, however, often takes more than intelligence or skill. It requires course-taking ability. It is a process to translate the information provided by your professor into knowledge you can use effectively on papers and during exams.
Educators are always looking to find the latest and best resources to effectively reach students and to improve their own teaching methods. Podcasts are both entertaining and informative, which make them excellent tools for teachers to use both inside and outside of the classroom.
Teachers are not the only ones who benefit, however. Anyone involved with education ﹘ parents, PTA members, administrators, and counselors ﹘ can find inspiration from podcasts.
Below are some podcasts that are inspirational and practical for those in the educational field:
It seems there’s an app for everything these days. Students aren’t given textbooks and binders full of blank, lined paper for school anymore. Now they get an electronic tablet on which they download a digital version of their subject textbook. They take notes by typing into a word processing app. It sounds like a very tech-savvy, efficient way of educating children.
So why does the U.S. continue to lag behind other countries in math, science and literacy?