Monthly Archives: October 2016

Welcome to my blog!

This blog is created primarily for Provincial Instructor Diploma Program(PIDP),  which is offered by  School of Instructor Education at Vancouver Community College(VCC) British Columbia, Canada. Along with fast paced changes of developing in  all fields of technology and science, educational matters … Continue reading

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Reflection on some instructional strategies (Digital projects of past students of PIDP)

1-E – Learning, By Emmaleigha_Munro  |  Updated: June 10, 2015, 2:19 p.m. https://www.powtoon.com/online-presentation/bhWEu5c3Eb6/e-learning/?mode=movie In this Powtoon video, Emmaleigha  introduces the E-Learning as a relatively new strategy, from 1999, which has grown  rapidly. The most important factors which are regarded as … Continue reading

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5 tips for getting all your students engaged in learning

Teachers are always looking for the ways to make their teaching inclusive, in which students grasp,retain and apply the new materials. According to  Whitney Rapp and Katrina Arndt, authors of the new Teaching Everyone: An Introduction to Inclusive Education,  teachers need … Continue reading

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Consistency; the key element for learning& success

One of the most important tools in effective schools is consistency.  Research and practice have proved that school leaders and teachers must  be consistent every day in carrying out their duties if they want to improve student performance and conduct.  … Continue reading

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Gamification & Learning

Gamification is the concept of applying game-design elements  to drive game-like behavior in non-game settings to make them more fun and engaging. Already video games aimed at teaching health- sciences  including medical education are making their new ways into schools. These games … Continue reading

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Sleep & Learning

Researches have shown that adequate sleep has such an important positive impact on  learning and improving memory.The following  article describes the relationship between these subjects with more details.  The Learning Process and Sleep Healthy sleep is essential for optimal learning and memory … Continue reading

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Use of Mnemonics in learning

In some disciplines , student need to retain and recall the learning materials in their mind., so they need to learn some tips and use some tools to help them how they can do this. Mnemonics is an effective technique … Continue reading

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