14 Quotes Highlighting The Crucial Role Of Response-to-intervention (RTI)

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Response to Intervention, also known as RTI, is a teaching method that is applied in classrooms to deliver high-quality instruction, evaluate each student’s progress to ensure that they are making expected development, and offer extra help (intervention) to kids facing difficulties. RTI is a type of early intervention strategy that aims to stop long-term failure … Read more

DIY: Types Of Triangle Craft

DIY Types of Triangles

Art and crafts are important for a child’s development. These activities allow self-expression, develop patience and confidence, promote planning and organization skills, improve fine motor skills, and enhance understanding of academic subjects.  That’s why I always try to use art and craft activities at home to strengthen school learning. Recently, my daughter learnt about the … Read more

9 Online Games For Vocational Skills In Little Learners

Online Vocational games

Recall the last time you did well on a test. What skills enabled you to perform exceptionally well on that exam? If it was a social science exam, chances are you read and understood the information thoroughly, were able to structure it efficiently in your answer, and so on. There are several skills involved in … Read more

7 Engaging Vocational Skills Activities For Adults

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Vocational skills are practical abilities that people learn in a particular field of interest. These are the practical abilities that a person needs to acquire in order to select a job path. When people obtain vocational training in college or another educational setting, they are not merely being prepared to study for exams and graduate … Read more

Abstract thinking vs Concrete thinking: Understanding the difference

When you look at a country’s flag, what do you see? If your answer was something along the lines of a piece of cloth with different shapes and colors on it, then chances are you are a concrete thinker. Whereas, if you thought it is a symbol of the country’s freedom and sovereignty and a … Read more

10 Useful Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Websites For Educators To Checkout

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Social and emotional learning (SEL) has always been integral in the overall development of a child. The outbreak of the pandemic further emphasized its importance as classroom learning converted into online learning. Today, educators and parents agree that social-emotional learning is crucial to prepare children for the future. A 2021 report published by McGraw Hill … Read more

10 Common Myths About Dyscalculia

myths about dyscalculics

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON DECEMBER 01, 2022 Dyscalculia is a developmental concern commonly recognized by difficulties with basic numerical and arithmetic concepts. While dyscalculia has no particular cure, it is a learning difference that can be overcome by early identification and interventions. But for the individual to get diagnosed and access these tools that could … Read more

6 Engaging Abstract Thinking Games And Activities For Little Learners

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The capacity to think about principles, concepts, and ideas that are not physically present is known as abstract thinking. Abstract thinking boosts the general thinking capabilities of children. It then results in a problem-solving mindset beneficial in future endeavors. Any problem-solving process benefits greatly from the use of abstract thinking to produce fresh concepts and … Read more

Experiential Learning Vs Active Learning: ELI5 The Difference

An ever-transforming field, Education, has been flooded with opinions, research, and methodologies to enhance the learning process for the coming generations. Experiential and active learning methodologies are a byproduct of these ongoing explorations.  Even though these pedagogical approaches extend life-long benefits to both the educator and learner, many struggles with the basic theoretical understanding of … Read more