10 ways to build trust with your students

Trust is not just a five letter word. It is a feeling of comfort and understanding that takes time and effort to develop between two people.  The relationship between a teacher and students blossoms only when it is built on the foundation of trust. Read this article to know how you develop a trusting bond with your students.

Everyone knows it, the most important thing you can gain in the classroom is trust. Get your students to trust you and then anything is possible, barriers will no longer be up, they won’t be scared to experiment and risk making mistakes, in a nutshell, you will have created an environment that is conducive to […]

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How To Create Headline Poetry In Classroom?

I have been blogging for a while. Once in a while, I come across a post that totally blows my mind. This is one such post, and I obviously had to share! Do read this awesome blog and check out the pictures of headline poetry created by high school students…

Watch older students create stunning expressions from everyday language This year, for the first three days of school, I again indulged in headline poetry with my students. It was a new activity for my new high school students and I was glad for that. (I’ve introduced headline poetry to middle schoolers in the past. Click […]

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