Category: Classroom Management

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MI Monday |Try English

Welcome to MI Monday The study indicates that most of the rural schools students are poor in English language due to lack of skilled teachers, proper teacher training, using proper teaching methods and materials, so on. As a result English curriculum implementation at primary level in India is becoming difficult. Problem (more…)

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MI Monday | Incentive Chart

Welcome to MI Monday Identifying students’ improvement areas, and providing them structured guidance can drastically accelerate their learning outcomes. However, it is often hard for teachers to keep track of individual children needs. Today’s micro-innovation suggests a way in which students progress can be tracked systematically to provide them personalised guidance (more…)

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MI Monday | Getting Kids to School

Welcome to MI Monday Research has proved that one of the biggest factor influencing children academic success is their attendance to school. Children who attend school regularly are likely to learn more, and progress faster academically. In this context, today’s micro-innovation describes an idea used by a principal, Ms.Pritam Kaur, to (more…)

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Article | Are You Being Fair?

An interesting article for teachers. Perhaps this weekend could be a good time to reflect on fairness – do we always know if we are being fair in class? Babad, who in the late 80s studied the teacher’s pet phenomenon, says problems arise in the classroom when educators’ non-verbal behaviors, (more…)

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MI Monday | Student Attendance Scanner

Welcome to MI Monday I Week 15 Research has proved that one of the biggest factor influencing children academic success is their attendance to school. Children who attend school regularly are likely to learn more, and progress faster academically. In this context, today’s micro-innovation describes an idea used by a (more…)

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Article | Creating a Positive Classroom Environment

When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce. You look into the reasons it is not doing well. It may need fertilizer, or more water, or less sun. You never blame the lettuce.  – Thich Nhat Hanh   Consider students as the lettuce, (more…)