Whether you are a parent or a teacher, it’s in your best interest to know the differences between growth and development. Having a clear understanding of the two terms will help you in formulating appropriate learning styles to improve your child’s understanding.

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Being a teacher and parent, we will want to know the 5 stages of child development. Having an understanding of the 5 stages of child development can let us better prepare ourselves for interacting with a child appropriately.

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Homework isn’t just additional learning content but an effective strategy to test students’ comprehension of taught concepts. Since its introduction in the 16th century, homework has elicited various reactions with some advocating for it while others condemning it. Here, I will be highlighting the top 10 benefits of homework to convince you that homework has its place in education.

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With free online tools, we can provide students with a more engaging learning experience. They can help us make our lesson more effective, as well. In this article, I will show you the free online tools to start.

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Motivating a child to study requires you to be aware of the many details involved in your interaction with the child. Through awareness of these details, you will be better able to modify your interaction with the child in a way that will motivate the child to study.

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A growth mindset provides the foundational mental support that has many benefits for a learner. This mental support can develop improved confidence, resilience to stereotypes/labels, able to accept failure and move on. Importantly, a growth mindset focuses the learner’s mind on striving for greater effort in their continued learning journey, which leads to higher achievement.

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You can use six thinking hats as a thinking tool to help facilitate your students’ learning in the classroom. It can be used within group activity, whereby each student can take on different thinking hats’ role in the group. This provides students with a framework to engage in group discussion from all perspective. Also a great way to ensure each student contributes to the group activity and explore different opinions.

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Students with a growth mindset understand that their ability is not fixed, and they can improve with effort. Therefore, they will be willing to spend more effort and time on a task or assignment leading to better achievement.

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