Educators

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ARGOPREP’s Initiative: “Education MUST BE EQUITABLE”
PROBLEM: Regardless of family income or background, countless research studies show student academic performance is heavily tied to parent involvement. Schools and districts work hard to provide various equitable family engagement solutions to get families more involved. Unfortunately, across the board, most schools fail to provide equitable supplemental educational resources to families to support student […]

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Using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) to Make Your Class Effective
  Overview The concept of Depth of Knowledge was first introduced in the year 1997 by a Mathematician named Norman Webb. In essence, his theory was all about increasing a student’s depth of knowledge. It also indicates how each student must hold a deep awareness to attain and explain answers. Moreover, it also shows how […]

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Ways to Prevent Teacher Burnout
Teachers often face heavy stress and anxiety compared to other professions. When all this stress piles up slowly and gradually, it leads to teacher burnout. Most educators experience this burnout at some stage of their careers. Some face it more often, while others less regularly. Many educational institutes have started to work closely to prevent […]

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Student-Centered Learning
Here is the thing; the teacher remains in charge in both a teacher-centered learning environment as well as in a student-centered learning environment. Nevertheless, both the learning systems are extremely different from one another. In fact, one may have more benefits than the other, especially when it comes to results. Thinking about the term ‘student-centered […]

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Divergent Thinking in the Classroom – An Overview
Nurturing creativity in your students is extremely important for encouraging growth and development. If you’re looking for easy yet effective tactics to do so, divergent thinking maybe your answer. It is a process that allows and helps students discover their abilities and creativity. By using divergent thinking strategies in your classroom, you can not only […]

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Classroom Management Strategies
As a teacher, you will often have to deal with students’ disruptive behavior. You will often find children running around or yelling at each other, which means you just can’t get a word in. A teacher’s inability to make students behave in an orderly manner is a sign of poor classroom management, which leads to […]

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Building Professional Learning Communities
Are you looking to turn your classroom or school into a more collaborative place? As an educator, it is only natural for you to want a healthy environment where students and teachers can strive for a better tomorrow. However, implementing changes in a school can feel like going out for battle. Though it might sound […]

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Restorative Justice in Schools
Overview Numerous schools take on the restorative justice to reduce the amount of conflict happening in the premises. The approach focuses on resolving any sort of conflict and restoring peace inside the school. The ultimate goal of the approach is to prevent any sort of harm to the students. Source With the help of a […]

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