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Envision Being Video Recorded As elementary teachers close their classroom doors with their students inside, they experience this false sense of autonomy that speaks to them within their deep inner voice that whispers whatever they do, whatever they say, or whatever attitude they display through their nonverbal communication, ultimately, they will not be held accountable, because after all, they are the adults, and their classrooms are filled with children, who are easily fooled, easily deceived, and easily influenced. Elementary children lack the social knowledge that comes from experiences o


OK! We all know that how important technical skills are, still apart from these technical skills it is these kind of skills that matter the most. Having technical knowledge is just the entry point to get into the industry. Your main competition begins when you start communicating with the clientele. So, you will have to make sure of the work ethics, communication skills, attitude, empathy, IQ, EQ and similar other attributes which are considered as crucial for career success. If you possess these skill sets, you can excel as a leader because then delegating, problem solving, team building and


n my experience as an adult educator and life-long learner, I have found that adult learners returning to formal study for the first time, have often had negative learning experiences at school, and as a result of this, they lack confidence when it comes to studying and learning. These barriers to learning need to be addressed.


Academic work and research know no language barriers. Their authors, however, do. One of the biggest obstacles to larger audiences for academic writing is the language barrier. Often an author's native tongue limits the appeal of his findings or literary works. Translation services can help both independent and institutional researchers and writers get their work in front of more people.


There are many education recruitment agencies out there. So how do you choose one and do they all offer the same? When choosing an agency you should look at what they offer, you are better off choosing one that offers a tailored bespoke service working closely with the individual and school to bring both teachers and schools together.


In a short documentary film* produced in the 1970’s, I coined the term Total Physical Response (which is now known worldwide as TPR). The film shows the complexity of spoken Japanese that three 12 year-old American boys could understand in only 20 minutes of training. Then, we located one of the boys a year later and after a few warm-up trials, his retention of Japanese was an extraordinary 90 percent.