Did you no messy handwriting of a teachers improved the learning of the student?
It makes him concentrate more, quite bizarre really!
I find that very interesting! I did not know that. Perhpas that's why doctors write so messy. We pay attention and fill those prescriptions which means more dollars for them! Thanks.
by NJ's Ponderings 7 years ago
What is at least one way that schools can be improved?
by Paul Swendson 3 years ago
And if so, how?
by arizonataylor 5 years ago
Should teachers and students be friends on Facebook?
by Mohan Kumar 22 months ago
What, according to you are the traits of an excellent Learner?Many of the teachers I know frequently use terms such as ' he is a great student' ; 'she is an excellent learner' . what makes a good learner? How do we avoid prejudging and bias as a teacher in classifying our learners as good or bad?
by TaraCRC 6 years ago
It seems that while schools struggle to maintain a positive image, so many people find it far too easy criticize the schools for their failings. Some of the criticism is constructive and helpful and propels the school systems forward toward a positive change but for the most part, the...
by Ciel Clark 6 years ago
Is it harder to be a teacher or a student?For the teachers out there (or others who have comments!) which is more difficult: being a student and doing homework, or being a teacher and prepping/correcting homework? Both are learning experiences, but what felt/feels more difficult to you?
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