Post Archive by Month: January,2020

Curiosity: A catalyst for learning

Curiosity enhances students learning because students tend to be drawn or get more interested in what sparked their curiosity. Fostering students curiosity makes them resilient towards learning, they tend to be active and comfortable in uncertainty by becoming critical thinkers, which nurtures their adaptability and strength. It has been shown that curiosity enhances memory, and curiosity increases when the level

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Evidence-Based principles on teaching for teachers.

Evidence-based learning is a well designed scientific approach, processes and strategies that have been demonstrated to produce learning outcomes which comprise of evidence-based learning and evidence-based teaching. Learning is effortful and cognitive, this has brought individual both students and teachers in finding what makes good learning. Students learning is based on their ability to reproduce what they have been thought

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Digital tools for transformation in classrooms

Technology might have some of its disadvantages but the good outweighs the bad. Today’s world is a digital tool away from accessing resources and information, learning has been made easier through online learning sites and the popular YouTube channel that is brimming with a wealth of knowledge for both teachers and students. Digital tools such as smartphones, laptop, computer and

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