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How AI is Changing Teaching and Learning in the Classroom:

The Classroom of the Future: How AI is Changing Education The education industry is going through a major shift. The way we teach and learn is increasingly influenced by artificial intelligence (AI). The way we interact with knowledge is being transformed by innovations like automated grading and virtual reality simulations. However, what does this mean for students and teachers? Continue reading to learn more about the exciting opportunities and potential drawbacks that AI presents for education. What is artificial intelligence (AI)? AI is a broad term that includes any technology that can carry out tasks that typically call for human...

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Creating a Positive Mindset in the Classroom

  A positive mindset is essential for academic success and overall well-being. When students believe in themselves and their abilities, they are more likely to persevere in the face of challenges and achieve their goals. As a teacher, you have the opportunity to create a positive classroom culture that encourages and supports a growth mindset. Here are 9 strategies to help you foster a positive mindset in your students: Set high expectations for yourself and your students. This will help create a sense of purpose and drive in the classroom. Use positive reinforcement. Praise your students for their efforts and...

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Using skip counting games in the classroom

Digital skip counting games can be a fun and engaging way for students to practice their skip counting skills and improve their mental math abilities. Here are some ways you can use digital skip counting games in your classroom or at home: As a warm-up activity: Start your math lesson by having students play a quick round of a skip counting game as a warm-up activity. This can help get their minds focused on math and get them ready to learn. For reinforcement and review: Use skip counting games as a way to reinforce and review concepts that have already...

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Phonics: Teaching Sounds in SPELD Recommended Order

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Phonics: Teaching Sounds in SPELD Recommended Order

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Teacher Burnout: When School Takes Its Toll

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Teacher Burnout: When School Takes Its Toll

  As a teacher, I know first hand the immense pressure that comes with the job. From lesson planning to grading papers to managing a classroom full of students, the workload can be overwhelming. It's no surprise that many teachers experience burnout at some point in their career. In fact, a recent study found that nearly half of all teachers in the UK have considered leaving the profession due to stress and workload. Teacher burnout can have serious consequences for both teachers and their students. When teachers are burnt out, they may become disengaged from their work and less effective...

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