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15th July 2017

Importance of Special Education in the lives of Children with Learning Disabilities

Education in the lives of special needs children is absolutely essential as Special Education identifies each child’s individual needs and caters to those needs. It helps the students to develop their personality and potentials in a way that best fits their learning process making them self-sufficient and independent. The parents’ involvement in the learning process also helps the child in his/her progress so that they practice the same techniques to have a fostering and learning atmosphere at their homes as well.

Special Education aims at developing skills and abilities of the special children to aid them to lead an active daily life with fewer hurdles. It is an effort to bring them to mainstream society where they will be able to progress and keep up with their peers without being dependent on others. To simply put, special education has become a quintessential part in the life of a child with learning disabilities.

7th July 2017

Asian College of Teachers launches its Mumbai Center

One more Proud Moment for multiple awards winning Asian College of Teachers as it launches another center in the commercial capital of India this month with an aim to provide easy access to all ACT courses and services for prospective educators based in the western part of India. The newly launched center located at Andheri Kurla Road, Marol, Mumbai will provide physical support and resources to create learning opportunities for both aspiring and working teachers and trainers in pursuit of courses like TEFL, International Teaching Diploma, Learning & Development, Pre and Primary, Montessori, Nursery, ECCE, Education Management and allied programs. ACT through its best efforts is trying to build a brighter future for all teaching/training professionals as it is always committed to developing future teachers preparing for a global teaching/training career.

3rd July 2017

Encourage kids to write in cursive

Cursive writing is a part of the Montessori curriculum and an essential skill that aims at teaching the same to young learners right from the tender age of four or so. Maria Montessori’s extensive observations of the child revealed the importance of learning with the help of movements and senses. Studies reveal that the essential hand and brain coordination proves that the brain develops when the children use their hands and mind together to explore. Researches have also proved that kids who learn cursive over simple writing score better in reading and spelling tests. Perhaps because of the writing pattern of the cursive the writers are forced to conceive words as whole instead of parts. Cursive plays an important role in a Montessori environment and needs to be continued despite the world being technologically advanced.

29th June 2017

Good storytelling skills can motivate your young learners

Teachers are often found to incorporate good storytelling techniques along with their basic teaching methods to engage young learners or to just ignite their imagination. Storytelling to children have beneficial effects on their social behavior. Studies prove that kids bond with their teachers on a stronger level  who are great storytellers in a classroom. It also encourages and in a way pushes young minds into reading and initiates writing skills in them. A good storyteller creates a great listener out of his/her students as they actually learn to pay attention and listen. The most important reason is that it instils creativity into young learners

26th June 2017

Using various visual storytelling methods in corporate workshops

The field of corporate training is in the process of transition where new and contemporary training and development materials and techniques are being incorporated in the training process. Visual storytelling is one such training aid that is gaining prominence with every passing moment as the trainers and the business organizations unravel the benefits of the usage of visual images, graphical techniques as well as the audio visual clips. Use of visual aids helps the participants of the workshops and training to grasp and understand the subject quickly and appropriately and also retain them for a much longer period of time. Thus, training with visual aids takes limited amount of time on the other side yielding the maximum desired result. 

20th June 2017

TEFL is breaking language barriers across the world

In recent times technology has forced us to look for our cell phone or reach for our laptops in times of need. Even during language translation we tend to use an online translator or simply a mobile app. It must be taken into consideration that no translation or communication can be done without a proper and in-depth knowledge of the language. TEFL is breaking this barrier as EFL teachers are taking non-English speakers beyond the boundaries of ‘hello’ and ‘how are you?’ and acquainting them with the global language of communication so that they are able to read, write, and speak with proper understanding of the language. With our planet quickly shrinking in the sense that international borders are easily crossed, the impact of Teaching English as a Foreign Language is unprecedented.

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