How COVID 19 Has Affected Private School Teachers

The novel coronavirus which is also known as COVID 19 has impacted nations worldwide. Many people have lost their jobs whiles majority even those who are still engaged have their salaries locked. No sector of the economy has been spared. The hardest hit includes education, hotels and tourism, restaurants, import and export trade to mention but a few. Every country has its own way of dealing with...
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6 Developmental Ideas to Promote Teacher Talent in Rural Zones 

This is a guest contribution by Robert Smith from www.myassignmenthelp.com Teaching is not merely a profession. Rather, it’s a way of life. From conventional classroom teaching to the emergence of online professional writing services, the world has witnessed a remarkable evolution in education over the years. It is a one-of-a-kind activity that has the power to change the world and guide an...
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How You Can Start Teaching Students Online

Teaching students online has become very important. During this period of uncertainty surrounding novel coronavirus (COVID-19), most teachers’ top priority is to be safe, prevent themselves from getting infected and at the same time continue providing support to students and parents wherever they are.   The world health organization has given a directive concerning social distancing and...
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15 Unique Ways To Deal With Coronavirus Fears

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought fears to people all over the world.     This fear has taken an emotional toll especially on people who are aged and for those who are already living with anxiety disorders.   Of course it is a new virus, which means that no one has immunity, and there is no vaccine.   It is called novel because scientists are not yet sure as to how...
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Does Social Distancing Means Social Isolation?

This is a guest contribution by Eric Worlali Domie  from WORLD YOUTH KONNECT. Social distancing or physical distancing is defined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention as allowing a physical distance of about 6 feet between one another. The objective of social distancing is to reduce the probability of contact between persons carrying an infection, and others who are not infected, so...
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Coronavirus: Work From Home As An Online Tutor

As coronavirus cases have increased, so have the number of companies asking their employees to work from home.     With many also implementing remote-work policies. As travellers cancel flights and stocks fall, a global health pandemic now has become a global economic crisis. In any health pandemic, our first concern is with the health of those affected. COVID-19 has brought about many...
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When you’re doubting your abilities as a teacher…

You’ve heard of “fake it till you make it” and “acting as if” until you actually feel it. That’s NOT what we’re talking about in this episode, though I think there’s some value to that, for sure. When you tell yourself affirming thoughts, it impacts your mood and can give you a confidence boost. That’s not just woo-woo stuff, because think of the opposite: If you spend three...
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How one teacher set boundaries and stopped bringing work home

I’m talking today with a member of the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club named Jessica Holdaway about how she balances home and work. I encourage you to listen for specific things she’s done to create boundaries and consider how you could find approaches that work for you. We’re not prescribing a one-size-fits-all approach here. Every teacher’s workload is different, and maybe bringing work...
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