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Develop Critical Thinking Skills: Cross Examination Debates

Develop Critical Thinking Skills: Cross Examination Debates

Develop Critical Thinking Skills: Cross Examination Debates Author: Alhambra14 Published in: Oral Language Developing Critical Thinking Skills: Cross Examination DebateBy Reed Markham, Daytona State College Debating current issues is a great way to develop a student’s critical thinking skills and maximize student participation in the classroom.  Successful debates involve the selection of audience centered topics.  […]

Why it’s never to late to go back to School

Why it’s never to late to go back to School

Why it’s never to late to go back to School Author: jasonw93 Published in: Essays on Teaching The public perception of a person’s path through Toronto education has for the longest time been “one then done,” with every student following the same basic route: High school, post-secondary, and then onto the workforce, without a glance […]

8 Important Reasons For Teaching Kindness in Modern Schools System

8 Important Reasons For Teaching Kindness in Modern Schools System

8 Important Reasons For Teaching Kindness in Modern Schools System   Author: RippleKindness Published in: Character Education Most people have heard the phrase ‘random acts of kindness’, which refers to a selfless act of giving resulting in the happiness of another person. Terms like this are increasing in popularity around the world, as more people […]

More TV in the Classroom Please

More TV in the Classroom Please

More TV in the Classroom Please: Author: Calib Sael Published in: ESL Growing up in Puerto Rico means being strongly influenced by American culture probably more than in any other part of the world. Radio stations constantly play American music, and the TV is full of American programs; most of them dubbed since Spanish is […]

Speech Visual Preview Activity

Speech Visual Preview Activity

Speech Visual Preview Activity: The Speech Preview Project:  Developing more effective visuals for a presentation By Reed Markham, Daytona State College Can you imagine viewing a speech about a diesel engine without a visual aid? How about a speech about music therapy without some music? Can you imagine observing a speech on diet fads with […]

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