Articles in the Ask and Answer Category
Ask and Answer, March 2014 »
Are you a principal who believes that you will be an effective principal only when you seem aloof and inaccessible to everyone in the school? If you are then change the way you think and be a more proactive and hands-on principal and see the difference in your school.
Ask and Answer, November 2013 »
A child’s school experience is not complete without the involvement of the parent. Read and see how you can get parents to take a more active part in their child’s education.
Ask and Answer, October 2013 »
Children can be shy, diffident or even chatterboxes. But children can also be clownish with a taste for constantly indulging in jokes, repartees and wisecracks. While this may lighten the mood occasionally in a classroom, too much of it can make the other children lose focus and may also prove to be an irritant for the teacher. So how can the teacher tame these class clowns ? This article gives you an insight into how this kind of behaviour can be changed.
Ask and Answer, August 2013 »
At school students are taught how to read, play or learn music, but learning about good behaviour is not included in the syllabus. Teachers must be given the time to teach the rules of good behaviour. They should be able to talk about the rules, reinforce them and demonstrate them in practice throughout the school level. Read on to get some tips.
April 2013, Ask and Answer »
This one is for the parents who are interested in contributing to their children’s growth. Read on to see how parents can work with teachers and the school to ensure their children’s success.
Ask and Answer, March 2013 »
We all know that parents and students are constantly under presssure, students especially. But does anyone think about teachers who are also equally stressed out having to tackle students, prepare for lectures and take care of the home segment too. How can teachers de-stress themselves? What can do they do to keep themselves motivated and happy?
Ask and Answer, February 2013 »
Workshops are an integral part of a teacher’s life. Yet it is not often that one sees teachers implementing what they learn in a workshop in their classrooms. Here’s how you can motivate your teachers to experiment more in their classrooms.
Ask and Answer, January 2013 »
What are the life-skills that pre-primary children need to be equipped with? How can a parent prepare a child so that it is ready to face a school environment?
Ask and Answer, November 2012 »
Staff rooms in most schools need to be given attention on a priority basis. Teachers are the pillars of any school and the torchbearers of the next generation. They need to be given quality time between their rush to different classes. For this, a staff room that is comfortable and airy, with enough chairs and cupboards and a friendly atmosphere is a must.
Ask and Answer, September 2012 »
Keeping a check on children is a major part of a teacher’s work. But a growing trend and one that is becoming a tad difficult to deal with is to handle deliberate latecomers. This article highlights a few ways in which a teacher can handle a perpetual latecomer.