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John replied to Jackie Brody's discussion Teaching math at the elementary level
"You know, maths is not a subject which can be clear to everyone and that is an average situation, unfortunately. And the main reason for this is the students' inactivity, reluctance and, as a result, a lack of motivation in learning that. The…"
Mar 19, 2018
John replied to Ed Vectus's discussion What really makes a great teacher, well, great?
"See, this is a question with two points of view. A teacher can have a great experience, good teaching skills and so on, but at the same time, students don't like her or him. What are reasons? First of all, a good teacher cares about the…"
Mar 17, 2018
John replied to Ed Vectus's discussion Good Teachers: are they Born or Made?
"When you ask "What was the fist: a chicken or an egg?" you should know that turtles appeared on the Earth before chickens. So the egg. If seriously, I don't think there is an exact answer to this question. See, a person which was born…"
Mar 16, 2018
John replied to Kelsey Fautsch's discussion Social Media in the Classroonm
"There are a lot of ways of using social media in the classroom. The most practiced ones I will describe a little bit. First is giving more pieces of information than there are in books. You can find a great educational video which is not too long -…"
Mar 16, 2018
John replied to Kaila Soltez's discussion Homework: yes or no?
"Each student at least one time complained about a huge amount of homework given. And you know, this is the question of two sides. From the one hand, they should practice to gain more experience and to prove their skills. A homework is a way to…"
Mar 15, 2018
John replied to Jonathan E. Wisniewski's discussion Why Students Plagiarize?
"You know, plagiarizing is one of the most spread problems in the academic life and in the teaching progress. Nowadays students are searching for easier ways to complete some tasks. When they are asked why do they plagiarize, they tell about…"
Mar 15, 2018

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