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Educational Research Techniques and Support for Teaching Success

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Attitudes of Teachers | educational research techniques

Some would say that success in the classroom begins in the mind. What and how a teacher thinks about the world around him can play a role in their success as a teacher. It's within our minds that our attitudes are formed. By attitudes, we are talking about how one thinks or feels about something.…

Reading Comprehension Strategies for Children | educational research techniques

In this post, we will take a look at some strategies to support the development of reading skills in small children. Reading is such a fundamental skill that it is important that students are provided with opportunities to develop this important talent. Let them See You Reading In order to establish  a culture of reading…

Memorization and Critical Thinking | educational research techniques

This post will look at the symbiotic relationship between memorization and critical thinking. Both forms of thinking need each other as they serve different purposes in learning. Memorization is a passive skill while critical thinking is an active skill Memorization Memorizing is the process of retaining information. In other words, a person is not only…

University Students During the Middle Ages | educational research techniques

Universities during the Middle Ages could grow quite large. Some estimates put universities with populations of up to 30,000. However, this number includes not only students but also faculty, staff, administration, and even servants of students. Naturally, with such a large population of people and primarily young people, there were going to be challenges with…

Paraphrasing Tips for ESL Students | educational research techniques

Paraphrasing is an absolute skill in a professional setting. By paraphrasing, it is meant to have the ability to take someone else's words and rephrase them while giving credit for the original source. Whenever a student fails to do this it is called plagiarism which is a major problem in academia. In this post, we…

The Shocks of Teaching | educational research techniques

New teachers often experience the shock of being a teacher. In this post, we will look at three common shocks new teachers face. These shocks are the shock of the classroom, administration, and peers. Shock of the Classroom A new teacher has to deal with the reality of the classroom. The problem here is that…

Early Childhood Education in Ancient Rome | educational research techniques

The Roman Empire was like any other empire in that it was made up of families. These families raised their children so that the children would, in turn, one day serve or rule. Therefore, it is reasonable to make the conclusion that there was some style or way in which the Romans raised their children.…

Titles & Degrees of Early Universities | educational research techniques

When universities began to sprout during the Middle Ages any things were not standardized. An example of something that was not standardized was the titles and degrees associated with the completion of one's studies and working at a university. As early as the 4th century AD there were people who were claiming academic titles they…

Scheduling & Tracking Challenges in K-12 | educational research techniques

Time management is a constant problem in teaching. How long should class periods be? How often should students meet for one class? These are just some questions that need to be addressed. Despite the challenge and confusion, determining how much time students spend with a teacher has some flexibility to it. In this post, we…

Christian Education in Antiquity | educational research techniques

The dawn of the Christian era brought deep change to Europe and the Roman Empire specifically. This post will provide an overview of Christian education from antiquity. Early Efforts Initially, it was difficult for Christians to have schools in the traditional sense. This is because the frequent persecution made it difficult for Christians to settle…

Indian and Persian Approaches to Education | educational research techniques

India and Persia are two fo the oldest civilizations known to man. Both of these civilizations have had a strong influence on many in the world today. This post takes a brief look at the system of education that each of these civilizations employed during their time. India In India, parents raised their children to…

China’s Education in the Past | educational research techniques

The Chinese system of education has a rich and unique past. This post will discuss briefly some of the traits of this ancient system that has had a strong influence on many educational systems in Asia. Memory Chinese education in the past and perhaps still so in the present relies heavily on memorization. This is…

Different Views of Research | educational research techniques

People have been doing research formally or informally since the beginning of time. We are always trying to figure out how to do this or why something is the way that it is. In this post, we will look at different ways to view and or conduct research. These perspectives are empirical, theoretical, and analytical.…

Medieval Universities Costs | educational research techniques

The post will talk about some of the characteristics and costs of university studies during the Medieval time period. Naturally, there are a lot of similarities to modern times. However, many aspects of university life took time to grow and develop as we will see. University Universities during the Middle Ages were distinct from what…

Athenian Education During Antiquity | educational research techniques

Greek education has influenced the Western world strongly. We will look at Greek education, in particular, Athens in this post. Also, we will look briefly at the views of Plato and Aristotle concerning education. Athens The worldview of Athens was one of individualism and liberty. Speaking freely and having a choice was deeply ingrained in…