Inductive teaching gives children a broader platform for learning by utilizing strategies that allow the information to be absorbed by different parts of the brain. This includes categorizing, discussing, comparing lists... More »

Inductive learning is a teaching strategy that emphasizes the importance of developing a student's evidence-gathering and critical-thinking skills. By first presenting students with examples of how a particular concept i... More »

One example of methodology is the strategy a teacher uses to decide which games or teaching tools he should use to practice subtraction skills with a large group of students. Methodology often refers to the section in a ... More »

A philosophy statement by teachers typically includes a declaration of educational and student goals, teaching methods and style, methods of assessing learning, and an assessment of teaching. These are most commonly foun... More »

While core teaching strategies vary from one teacher to another, veteran teacher Kellie Hayden suggests some strategies include being inviting and positive, having a classroom management style, varying types of instructi... More »

An online classroom is a virtual space in which teaching and learning take place between instructors and students separated by distance, according to Iowa Public Television. Students log in to a website to communicate wi... More »

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A thematic approach to teaching and learning is an approach where many different areas of the required curriculum are connected using a common theme. For example, a kindergarten class focusing on a beach theme might lear... More »