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3 Benefits of Co-Teaching

3 Benefits of Co-Teaching

Since co-teaching brings two or more teachers together in a collaborative effort, it counts down on the number of students each teacher has to cater for. Co-taught lessons can reduce the teacher-student ratio and generally improve learning outcomes and knowledge impartation on the part of the students and teachers respectively. The lesser the number of students a teacher has to handle, the greater the impact of the lessons and vice-versa.

The Differences Between Teachers and Tutors

The Differences Between Teachers and Tutors

-          Teachers dictate the pace and path of learning for the students, providing different learning materials that suit different learning styles. With the tutor, the students are often the ones leading the way, requesting specific tasks or assignments. Tutors, more or less, help students find their way when in areas identified by the students as their weakest spots.

Specific Types of Mid-Lesson Breaks and How to Implement Them

Specific Types of Mid-Lesson Breaks and How to Implement Them

In a recent article by MindShift, a teacher in Finland talks about his experience incorporating brain breaks into the classroom and how it helped him reconnect and better engage his students. But, while he originally felt that he’d made a groundbreaking discovery, he suddenly realized that Finnish people knew long before him that giving children frequent breaks throughout the day kept them fresh.