How do you Empower students to love learning?
Empower Students to control of their own learning. To lead functional and fulfilling lives. This helps them to meet their needs.
I’ve been mulling over the UK inclusion agenda . . . but on a personal level, it has been hard to find . . . an appropriate school for my teenage son who has autism and sensory processing disorder.
Creativity is the key to breaking student’s feeling of monotony! Creative teaching is not just about art or the arts teachers . . .
Learn to use your brain! Students often say ‘I can’t do this. I have no brains!’. My response is ‘We all have one, you just need to learn to use your brain’. Or ‘We all have brains – it’s just that some use it more than others’. Try it, you will be surprised how it stops them in their tracks.
As exciting as this new frontier is, it can be overwhelming (and scary) for students that haven’t received a global perspective in their education . . .
Teachers are always in pursuit of any new teaching strategy that will result in the most effective way to not only teach students, but to inspire them . . .
Never give up on a student, empower students to learn. I left school with nothing, but I became a primary teacher and I love to teach. Later I became a principal. I still teach, in . . .