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Virtual Teaching: How To Share Resources With Your Students

With the pandemic affecting everyone’s everyday lives, virtual learning has become the norm for a lot of students, parents, and teachers. Many tutors and teachers wonder how they can make the most of the online world to make learning fun and effective. The same goes for music learning and the teaching of music. It might be quite a change for some, but there are still ways to keep each other inspired. In this article, we will be looking at several ways in which you, as teachers, are able to share various resources with your students virtually, so that they receive the same level of learning as they would within your classroom. But most importantly, these digital tools can help us maintain our love for learning and music. 

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Teaching English Online from Home for Parents

In the last two years, the whole world has learned to adapt to new situations and face unexpected obstacles with creativity and ingenuity. Education is one of the industries that has had to be particularly quick and efficient with its changes,  with the help of modern technology. It is because of this, perhaps, that many parents have decided to have the best of both worlds and to bring up their children while working from home (WFH) and taking full control of their lives by being their own bosses.

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Challenges of Teaching Kindergarten Boys

They say boys are made of snips and snails and puppy dog’s tails, an old idiom reflected in the daily life and trials of educating young boys. While female counterparts are usually calm and organized, boys tend to push boundaries and get dirty, always striving for the next adventure no matter their environment. This can create problems in the classroom, especially once timetables become the norm.

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7 Ways You’re Making Your Homeschool Day Harder

Across America, many parents have begun pulling a double shift. They have added homeschool teacher to their resumes. Are you among their number? If you are, you might discover to your dismay that there’s more to teaching than fingerpainting. However, if you find yourself continually gritting your teeth around your kids, maybe you are making homeschooling too hard on your children — and yourself. Learning about the following nine common errors can help you make the academic day smoother.

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Welcome to Quarantine Homeschooling: How to Survive

Parents nationwide have been thrust into the role of a classroom teacher and homeschool parent. The unplanned home school period may only be for the final semester of the school year, but it’s still a major challenge, as kids and parents adapt to the new schedule. You may feel unprepared to take on the role of teacher but focus on the bright side. You have the chance to bond with your kids as you engage them and expand on the lessons their schools provide with creative, practical, and fun activities.