Do you like to read aloud, write your notes or doodle, listen to music while studying or just sit in a quiet place? Here are small techniques you can use based on your learning styles. Stay Safe🥰
-The ability to use the right and left hand equally well.– about 90% of people are right handed, we activate the left side of our brain where language, judgement and intellect lie.-About 10% are left handed, we activate the right side of the brain where creativity is housed. By building your ambidextrous coordination you will… Read More Ambidextrous
“Learning how to learn is life’s most important skill.” A quote by Tony Buzan and something I can resonant with in my years of teaching. I find that helping our future generation to better equip themselves on how to deal with different situations or experiences, is as important than what they learn. Neurobic Exercises are… Read More Exercise your brain
Mind maps were first popularized by Tony Buzan, these pictorial methods of learning or acquiring knowledge has been seen as one of the learning methods that support brainstorming, memory, problem solving, and visual thinking. It is one such method, that I have incorporated in my teaching styles as well as in my own learning. Here,… Read More Power of mind maps
I believe we all are different and hence, we learn differently. We learn best through visuals or by listening to a recording or by doing something practical related. One strategy that has worked for me in my classrooms, for my students to better understand or learn something new are through graphic organizers. Graphic organizers make… Read More How do you learn best?
Think- Pair- Share, is an instructional practice, where the teacher pauses between his/her class, asks the students to take a moment and think about the question, reflect on it. Students then, find a partner and share their responses or thoughts with that partner. This practice has assisted me in my physical classes more times than… Read More Think-Pair-Share