Charting the Course of Teaching and Learning in a Networked World
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Education for Children of Tribal Communities in Orissa, India: Experiences…Continue
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“It’s the things people know … that ain’t so”,
Howard Armstrong, Inventor of FM Radio
What is it that allows people to come up with ideas outside the box?
When I ask teachers what do they see are the skills required for the 21st century some of their answers include
lateral thinking, risk-taking, problem…
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A_Mira University, Bejaia, Algeria
‘An Algerian university teacher seeks out autonomy in…Continue
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Let's take a look at Malaysia's national language (Malay) which all students in
Malaysia have to learn.
The only letter that represents more than one sound in Bahasa Malaysia is the
letter ‘e’. It can be pronounced ‘er’ or ‘ay’.
You pronounce “besok” as if it is “bay-sok” (meaning tomorrow) and “beruk” with
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Teaching Dyslexic Children the English Language.
My name is Luqman Michel. I am a retiree. I have been successfully teaching dyslexic children for more than 5 years. I would like to share with all of you my
findings and would be happy to receive your comments and views.…
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