What is Dyslexia? According to Cambridge dictionary; dyslexia is a condition affecting the brain that makes it difficult for someone to read and write. Then again, we see is a condition that affects the student in their school needs, such as reading and writing. I’ve found that students with dyslexia are vehement when applying knowledge, … Continue reading SPECIAL EDUCATION-Dyslexia I
Tell your students what you expect from them and explain if you have rewards planned for their good behavior TIP: ask them to write their name, date of birth and their emails in one piece of paper. This will help you to see their writing skills and possible problems such as dyslexia. It can … Continue reading FIRST TIME AS A TEACHER – II
LEARNING THE NATO PHONETIC ALPHABET Hi Guys, you know I’m learning to pilot these days. Hopefully getting my pilot license in a year or so. If you’ve been following my Pilot’s Diary blog post (every week); you’ll see that I’m learning much more than I thought I would. I decided to start another weekly post … Continue reading Weekly Challenge- NATO P.A.
Facing classroom. You already signed your contract as a teacher and it’s your first time! Welcome to one of the most beautiful adventures any person can experience. As a teacher you will feel that your family has grown and your students will start feeling as your own children. If you have children already, then you … Continue reading FIRST TIME AS A TEACHER-I
INTRODUCTION Your children or student needs you to understand them so you can be able to help them out. Sometimes we feel frustrated with our students or children because they seem unreactive to all the efforts we are making for their academic success, but we get to neglect their own personal struggles. I’ve confronted parents … Continue reading SPECIAL EDUCATION Intro