Home » REFERENCE & EDUCATION » Archive for the ‘Home Schooling’ Category

Other Subcategories of the "REFERENCE & EDUCATION" Category:

Sort by:

How Can You as a Teacher Get Maximum Impact Out of Homeworks?

July 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Home Schooling

As a teacher you want the best out of the kids you teach. After all, it’s your job to see that each student does his or her best whilst under your supervision. The problem arises when you are in charge of a class with maybe up to nearly thirty pupils. There’s only so much time …

How to help students get more out of homework

May 1, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Home Schooling

No one could ever step back and say its easy being a teacher. It isn’t easy to hold the attention of twenty children while trying to give them as much knowledge as possible. You have to have patience and the desire to invigorate and anything less simply isn’t good enough. It’s a hard job but …

‘Who wants to be a buccaneer’ – Do you have what it takes?

March 29, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Home Schooling

Buccaneers & Lobsters went live in July 2010, the brain child of an 11 year old boy computer whizz kid Peter Fitzgerald. The game has got into the World’s top 100,000 sites in January of this year and has a significant presence on Facebook. Buccaneers and Lobsters is a pirate themed adventure game where players …