Teacher development

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We, the teachers are born to make a differenceVideo | By TED Ed | Jun 20, 2017  |  | 1 Like

Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, "They don't pay me to like the kids." Her resp

Gender equality in the classroomArticle | By TeacherPlus | Jun 16, 2017  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

It is typical for a teacher to say, “Abhishek looks so confident, and he will make a good leader while Nazneen i

Does your school push you to do non-academic work?Article | By P.V.SATYA RAMESH | Jun 09, 2017  | Views and Reflections, Others | 1 Like

Recently I came across a reminder issued by the Principal of a reputed educational institution to his teachers.

Are teachers allowed an ego?Article | By TeacherPlus | Jun 02, 2017  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

I would like to present two scenarios that will hopefully lead the reader to the answer this question.

Not a single student is bored in this history classArticle | By Karen | May 29, 2017  | Social Studies, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Imagine a Social Studies class in which the desks have been pushed together to make groups of about 5 students.

Social science lessons through a grocery shopVideo | By Vikas Arora | May 25, 2017  | Environmental Science, Science & Technology, Social Studies, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Vikas Arora shares this video from localfutures.org. You may use it in your social studies and economics class to trigger a discussion around fund allocation and resource distribution.

Small roadmap to spice up your geography classArticle | By AJABUL BISWAS | May 18, 2017  | Environmental Science, Social Studies, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Geography is one of the oldest disciplines in the world.


Teacher Development