Top 10 Importance of Education

Education is not just knowing the alphabets or learning how to read or write. It is about being able to reason, to use your ability to read and write to your benefit and to be able to gain knowledge by trying to dig deeper into what was imparted to you.  The society does not need […]

LogoVisual Thinking

LogoVisual thinking (also LogoVisual technology and LVT) is a practical approach that helps people think. It is used by management teams, project leaders, teachers and students as a means of tapping the diversity of groups and enabling many people to participate in effective thinking processes. It makes thinking visible and tactile by making ideas into […]

Education and the Effects to Society

Education plays a very significant role in transforming individuals. It is one of the concrete sources of information and knowledge. Most importantly, it affects the society. 1] Preservation As Well As Imparting Social, Moral And Cultural Values. Students will be introduced with social, moral and cultural values, making them familiar with values and ideals through various […]

Literature Circle

A literature circle is comparable to a students’ adult book club, but with greater structure, expectation and rigor. The aim is to boost thoughtful discussion and a love of reading in young people. The true intent of literature circles is “to allow students to practice and develop the skills and strategies of good readers”. Assessment […]

Education and Technology

Education is now becoming flexible and fun. With educational technologies, the way we learn are indeed transforming. These promote individual learning and mobile learning, both teachers and students are gaining benefits. Some of the hindrances in education have been eliminated and students can learn anywhere, while teachers can easily reach their students. Technology is helping change education in […]

Education: A Brief History

Education is a product of history. It is important to understand its history and how education was delivered before. Ancient Egypt Children in Egyptian history of education did not go to school but boys learned farming or other trades from their fathers while girls learned sewing, cooking and other skills from their mothers instead. Meanwhile, […]

Roles in Literature Circles

The following are the roles in Literature Circles that provide a thinking task to each group member. Discussion Facilitator This role involves making a list of questions that the group might discuss about the section of the novel to be discussed for that meeting. Questions should be structured to promote lively conversation and insights about the […]

Teaching Writing in the United States

Basically, writing is how we keep track of the thoughts that are important to us. From the ancient Egyptians, to the monks of the Middle Ages, to Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence, writing has been used to capture thought, from the mundane to the profound. In schools, writing serves not only to record, but to […]