Posts Tagged‘students’

Listen Up: 4 Ways to Give Your Students a Say in the Classroom

When you picture your ideal classroom, does it involve vibrant discussions, debates and collaboration? Or does it look like a cut-and-dry lecture with you standing at the head of the room talking as your students take notes with their heads down? Probably the former, because you want proof that your students are engaged and feel their fair share of ownership in the classroom. The real magic happens when students feel like their voice is a valid part of their classroom community. Suddenly they understand that they have a choice in everything from how they tackle their academics to the classroom…

Checklist Before Sending Your Children On A Language Exchange in Another Country

Language Exchange

Thousands of students from all over the World every year take part in a language exchange with other students from a huge variety of countries to learn language, culture and ways of life. It is an incredibly exciting time for any youngster to head off to another country with just their schoolfriends and live with another family for a short while. If your child is one of those students that will be taking part then your thoughts will no doubt have turned to making sure that they are fully prepared for their trip away. To help you ensure that they…