Different ways to maintain your students motivation
One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a teacher is learning how to motivate your students. Svetlana is going to highlight the importance of maintaining motivation among your students (teens, kids and adults) and share some tips and tricks which help her greatly in her teaching experience.
Making reviewing meaningful in the early years and primary classroom
Research shows that over 80% of a lesson can be forgotten if reviewing does not take place immediately after or shortly after a learning period. This metacognitive aspect of learning is often a neglected part of lessons sometimes due to poor planning and time management or to children's young age. However, classroom practice shows that even very young children are capable of and enjoy voicing their opinions about their learning experiences and can be taught to do this. This webinar will demonstrate a variety of reviewing activities that can be applied in the English classroom and contribute to a positive learning experience.
Encouraging a Growth Mindset in Class and at Home
Children's academic success is all too often measured in grades, but an excessive focus on results can be stressful and demotivating. Developing a Growth Mindset can help children enjoy the process of learning again, and will ultimately lead to greater success. In this talk, you will discover some practical ways parents and educators can change a child's attitude to learning and foster a more positive mindset.