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Maybe it is just me - Ha, yeah right! - but grading is one of the most difficult parts of this whole teaching thing. I know I am not the only teacher who feels this way. In fact I had a student tell me that he was thinking of being a teacher until he realized all his teachers complained about the grading. I actually felt bad that I contributed to his negative thinking and apologized to him for complaining about my job. I gave him honest reasons why teaching is amazing
Many educational experts and teachers value keyboarding over handwriting. This brings up some questions. Does a child need to know how to write his or her signature? Should a child be able to express himself or herself with handwriting? How does handwriting alter the brain?
Novice writers like many of the English Composition students as well as students seeking a degree in English, can benefit from pre-writing strategies. There are several elements of the pre-writing process. They include choosing your topic, exploring your topic, and organizing your writing. This article will focus on various ways to organize information so that you know exactly what and how to include important information in your paper.
John Creswell is recognized as a leading authority in the development of doctoral level research questions. Over the course of many years of discussion and research he has identified the following general procedure and considerations for crafting qualitative research questions.
As part of your coursework for earning your certificate or degree, it is likely you will have to write several well-researched essays. Essay writing should be a central feature in any balanced CV. You should be able to show that you know how to select a topic, research it thoroughly and then put together a series of arguments with supporting facts based on your research.
Learning, learning, and more learning. Writing and learning. Writing across the curriculum. As a teacher, you know how learning and writing are connected.