Understanding Dyslexia

Being a parent of children with dyslexia requires a lot of patience and empathy to understand the child’s learning issues. As a teacher, it is our duty to support them in whatever way we can. Read the blog below to learn more…

Normally the first thing parents or teachers think about dyslexia is that the child is writing in a mirror-like image or it is difficult to read because the words or letters are moving like in the “Tare Zameen Par” movie. Dyslexia is not only about dancing letters. Dyslexia is actually a person who has problems […]

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Dealing with conflicts as an ESL/EFL teacher

Teaching ESL is not a walk in the park. You not only have to deal with learning difficulties of students and device plans to make lessons effective, but also have to handle bad behaviour of children sometimes. Here’s an interesting blog about the kind of conflicts that ESL teacher might have to face day-in-day-out.

Teaching English as an EFL or ESL teacher will involve dealing with some conflict. Here is how to recognise that conflict and how to combat it!

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