How to Motivate Yourself to Study

How to Motivate Yourself to Study Although American College Testing (ACT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores are not required for students to submit their scores for college consideration in every single state in America, there are, nevertheless, other important responsibilities for every student to sustain: In addition to receiving school instruction, students must learn howContinue reading “How to Motivate Yourself to Study”

How to Use a Rubric to Facilitate Learning

How to use a Rubric to Facilitate Student Learning Teachers must provide a way for students to select their own grades. Often towards end of a grading period students would ask for bonus points or extra assignments to complete to increase their grade average. Some teachers may feel annoyed with this question yet often succumbContinue reading “How to Use a Rubric to Facilitate Learning”

How to Self-Regulate Learning

How to Self-Regulate Learning Hi, Susan. Hello, Doc. Break time. (laughs) No problem. Have a seat. (smiles) What are you doing? Analyzing student data, seeing that the learning standards continue to hang below expectations, especially among the races. The margins are wide: Baffling–(continues) Yes. fifty years of The Coleman Report (1950), the report to determine answers of theContinue reading “How to Self-Regulate Learning”

How to Cope with a Pandemic while Learning at School

  SIX TIPS for Coping with Learning During A Pandemic, by Dr. Cynthia Mathews, Classroom Instructor, Curriculum and Instruction Consultant, Educational Leadership Consultant, and Educational Blogger. Be Responsible by Understanding the Significance of a Pandemic. According to multiple reports of “Pandemic,” it shows a wide spread of a virus or disease. Usually the spread of the virus is around the world.Continue reading “How to Cope with a Pandemic while Learning at School”

How To Become a Triumphant Teacher, not Remain a Timid Teacher

Dr. Mathews’ Class 2010 Triumph vs Timid Teacher Hypothetical Test: True or False You move two-feet away when your towering, unkempt 6’5 robust, loud talking student approaches you. You avoid calling on a student whose head is on his desk to ask him to participate in a class activity because, to you, “at least heContinue reading “How To Become a Triumphant Teacher, not Remain a Timid Teacher”

How to Motivate Students to Learn Vocabulary

How to Motivate Students to Learn Vocabulary Think about the students that have been taught vocabulary during classroom instruction: Are they the typical ones that enjoy learning vocabulary? If “no,” what steps are necessary to teach students how to learn vocabulary? Understandably, students’ reading is a pivotal part of their education, and vocabulary is anContinue reading “How to Motivate Students to Learn Vocabulary”

How to Combat COVID-19 in the Classroom

How to Combat COVID-19 in the Classroom Amid the influence of COVID-19, a Corona-virus that could potentially be deadly, teachers must seriously reflect on their classroom management plans to decide how they will handle classroom management issues that the Coronavirus may bring. Research explains COVID-19 spreads from person to person through droplets when an infected personContinue reading “How to Combat COVID-19 in the Classroom”

How to Promote Student Learning through a Motivational Curriculum

  How to Promote Student Learning through a Motivational Curriculum What can educators do to help eradicate retention and social promotion of students since research presents argument that neither retention nor social promotion benefits students, positing that most retained students eventually drop out of school not being able to remain on the same grade levelContinue reading “How to Promote Student Learning through a Motivational Curriculum”

How to Add Creativity and Teacher Autonomy to Instruction

With a diverse population of students in schools at present, students must learn from standards that reflect and support the individuals they are. The old-fashioned means of teaching status quo standards to all students have failed to promote academic excellence of students across the board. All students, especially Blacks and Hispanics, as indicated by commonContinue reading “How to Add Creativity and Teacher Autonomy to Instruction”