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Motivation is the reason/s for doing something, factors which make us keen to do something. These reasons can be individual and personal or come from external sources. If learners are motivated then classes are smoother and more productive. For example: Motivated learners will be…  * Active classroom participants * Enthusiastic * Ask questions * Be prepared to take risks * Willing to communicate * Able to learn more  Un-motivated learners will be... * Quiet * Disinterested in activities * Easily distracted * Disruptive * Passive * Unwilling t

Bangkok has become one of the best places to pursue professional TEFL course in order to begin with a successful English teaching career abroad. On the other hand Bangkok is the place where you can find a happening TEFL career. Being a native English speaker or having a capability of speaking good English might make you eligible enough for EFL teaching. But the EFL teaching teacher training course has an important part to play in the career. The course features importa

  Do you know someone with Autism? Chances are, you know someone with an autism spectrum disorder. Autism is a lifelong complex developmental disability affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. The chances a child has autism are now 1 in 68! Just last month, the Centers for Disease Control released the most comprehensive data in history on the prevalence of autism in the United States. The result? One in every 68 American children has an a

Developing critical thinking questions can be challenging for teachers. So, how do we create inquiries that drive critical thinking? Teachers should ask questions that create ongoing thinking. When we receive an answer from a student, we have given them permission to stop thinking. When the questions continue, the thought processes continue. Making sure we cover content for students to recall is stopping their thinking processes. We should: · Provide content that encourages thinking. · Provide content that requires thinking to encourage learning. When students have quality questions, thinkin

A med­ical doc­tor from the pre­vi­ous cen­tury would not rec­og­nize the tech­nol­ogy in today's hos­pi­tal; a col­lege pro­fes­sor from that era would see vir­tu­ally no change in the tools of edu­ca­tion. But with the ram­pant tech­no­log­i­cal break; we would soon be wit­ness to tech­nol­ogy being lever­aged for opti­mal yield for ease of edu­ca­tion.

One of the challenges we face as educators is to discover a way to captivate the learners. The mind needs to be fed a proper diet of information, the emotions need to inspire our students to learn and the will needs to bring about the discipline necessary to assimilate the information into paradigm shift and ultimately lifestyle change.