School is a temple of knowledge and that temple runs by the teachers. Without a teacher school is nothing more than just a building. If you have a school then it becomes very important for you to have a good teacher who can easily teach and handle the students and class. In a school, there are many different classes and subjects that’s why it is important for you to hire a good teacher of particular subject for each class.
Hiring and finding good teacher can prove to be a very daunting as well as time taking process. But nowadays the problem can be solved if you make use of the online portals that offer recruiting teaching stuff. There are many sites available where you can find a good teacher for your school. Not only school but if anyone is a teacher and looking for a teaching job even those people can make use of these sites.
How these sites work?
If you are an employer then by making use of these sites you can search for a teacher. That means you can post your requirement and then these sites will automatically send you the details of appropriate candidates.
While if you are a teacher and looking for a school then all you need to upload your detailed resume along with latest photographs. You can also select a location if you want to. You can also tell your requirements that what salary package you are expecting, so that whenever any vacancy comes that matches with your requirements, the site will send you an alert mail, so that you can apply for the job.
Speaking of making science a fun subject, I recently had to get a class of 5th graders to investigate the chemistry of common materials as a part of their curriculum. So, I simply started off by asking my students “Ever wonder what is that dress you wear made out of?” What makes one fabric soft and another rough, what makes one garment not absorb the color of any drink you drop on it while the other absorb anything liquid and gets permanently stained?
We addressed this question with a lab session: I taught the students how to compare and contrast non-aqueous substance from water using common lab reagents. Students used the basic scientific approach to compare the known cotton and test synthetic material, both of which that looked similar. Furthermore, they took great interest in the experiment when I showed them basic laboratory experiments, which need to be conducted to differentiate cotton from other raw material.
Any teacher or parent of teenager children will tell you, that this age group just love to debate and argue! You just can’t sell them any story without a sound reason and logic. While with some effort, you can harness this natural inclination in your classroom, as a way to improve your students’ subject knowledge and interest levels it is extremely difficult to ignore their questions. Students often feel let down if teachers do not encourage classroom Q&A sessions.
Keeping this in mind we took the initiative to design a workshop that addresses the student-teacher communication gap. Our programs focus on developing students’ speaking and listening skills and the students’ abilities to support claims with evidence. We make debates a fun way to engage students and impart knowledge.