Paying attention in class is important because it helps students learn, process information and show respect for the teacher. When students are alert, prepared and ready to listen, they have more of an opportunity to thi... More »

Paying attention to details is important for avoiding errors, maintaining efficiency, preventing injuries, making a good impression and analyzing information. Professionals who are detail-oriented have an advantage in a ... More »

Students may misbehave in the classroom for several reasons: physical problems, special needs, craving attention, boredom or a lack of teacher engagement. It is perfectly natural for students to get restless occasionally... More »

To organize a school binder, divide it into sections, one for each class, and organize these in a way that makes the most personal sense or do what the teacher requests. One way is to have the syllabus first, then all no... More »

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The process of creating a yearbook is often managed by a teacher adviser, reports Walsworth Yearbooks. While there's no substitute for experience, new yearbook advisers are encouraged to focus on organizing and planning ... More »

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The "banking" concept of education is a method of teaching and learning where the students simply store the information relayed to them by the teacher. It was described by Brazilian educationalist Paolo Freire. More »

Back-to-school letters typically give parents information about their child's teacher, including how to contact the teacher, a short teacher biography and the teacher's expectations for the year. These letters also let p... More »

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