One of the earliest documented uses of time management in education was in the late 19th century when American educational reformer, John Dewey, emphasized the importance of time management in his educational philosophy. Dewey believed that learning should be experiential and that students should be given the opportunity to manage their own time and work at their own pace.Read More
Inquiry based learning has existed for thousands of years nearly in the 1900s. All in all it begins with the basic principle that the way to make sense of the world is through inquiry. From infancy onward, the process of gathering information, data & knowledge starts with seeing, hearing, touching, tasting & smelling. It’s a critical component of scientific method of the early enlightenment and it was a core idea of both John Dewey and Maria Montessori around Student Centered Learning.Read More
“Science & Technology interpreted through Engineering & the Arts, all understood with elements of Math”
Often seen written as, ST∑@M, this version denotes the definition most commonly cited for STEAM as not just an acronym to collect the fields, but one to show the order and purpose of how the subject fields relate in the societal development areas of the world. The goal of developing this framework was for teaching that could be based on natural ways of learning, customization for ALL types of students and programs and is Functional!Read More
Summer Vacation Activities aligning with Kolb’s Theory, the goal is to engage the students on a personal level, the goal is to let them experience concretely and reflect their observation with active experimentation as this model was proposed in a cycle thus there is no order of how to begin with experience based learning, letting them have an abstract conceptualization is the key.Read More
Toddlers or children with slow language grasping powers often face difficulties in distinguishing (He & She) pronouns. Some children call everyone “He” or everyone “She” despite their genders, same goes with “His” & “Her” or some children even have their own ways of creating a new form of grammar 😀 so they intend to omit all of these pronouns out of English grammar entirely.
Well no matter how your child is changing it, it gets very difficult to keep up with his/ her train of thought until you are fully aware what he or she is exactly talking about.
For all the homeschooling moms and teacher I am listing down some of the real affective ways to help you out with this difficulty.
There are multiple gamification ways to introduce Nouns. Here I am giving a little helping hand to all the teachers and homeschooling mothers by introducing one of my free homeschooling resources or free educational resources for Preschool.
Starting with the very basic while introducing nouns to the little ones, they should know how to differentiate between person, place or thing and simultaneously they should know that all of these are Nouns.
It is quite easy for the kids to adapt with this little game and all their concepts will be cleared gradually.