Quality educators know how to engage their students and stretch them beyond their current abilities and understanding. A good lesson is one that is enjoyable and the learner has changed for the better because of it. It’s a challenging feat to accomplish. If you think it’s hard for you to teach your child or children, spare a thought for teachers who need to meet the needs of all their students in their classrooms. Quality educators are worth their weight in gold!
From last week’s Weekly Kids Co-op, come and marvel at how these quality educators work their magic. They not only create enjoyable learning experiences; they explicitly teach new concepts. It’s simply beautiful.
Throughout my schooling, Science was so poorly taught. It’s such a shame because Science is so interesting. I am baffled by how such an interesting subject could be taught so poorly. Carolyn from Mama’s Little Muse shows us how it could (and should) be done.
Another beautiful science lesson. Doesn’t the face say it all?
I have only just discovered Playdough to Plato and it is an absolute gem. Malia from Playdough to Plato is an exceptionally talented educator and her genuine heart to give parents the skills to help their children learn to read is evident in the quality of resources available on her blog. Bookmark it, subscribe to it, like it, love it.
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