Teaching Vs. Facilitation

Traditionally, teachers are the ones with knowledge and expertise in a particular field. They impart that knowledge through a variety of means to their students. Facilitators build on the knowledge base of the group of students to find the answers to questions.

Inquiry based learning

Inquiry-based learning uses different approaches to learning, including small-group discussion and guided learning. Instead of memorizing facts and material, students learn by doing.

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated instruction is when a lesson is tailored to meet more than one academic level. Breaking the class up into smaller groups allows us to provide differentiated content at various academic levels.

Children with special needs

For children with special needs, early intervention is an important step towards helping the child fulfill his or her full academic, emotional, and social potential. Early intervention refers to a process during which the developmental abilities of the child are evaluated. 

Lesson Planning

With a lesson plan as a teaching tool, you can plan your lessons in the most purposeful manner. It helps teachers to use different strategies, methods, make use of different tools to make teaching process more interesting.

Multiple Intelligence

Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences proposes that people are not born with all of the intelligence they will ever have. He introduced eight different types of intelligences consisting of : Logical, Linguistic, Musical, Spatial, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Naturalist, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal.

Power of Play

Through play, children create new learning experiences, and these self-created experiences enable them to acquire social, emotional, and intellectual skills they could not acquire in any other way.

Scope and Sequences

The scope refers to the areas of development addressed by the curriculum and The sequence includes plans and materials for learning experiences to support and extend children's learning at various levels of development.


The primary goal of assessment is to better understand students' learning and so to improve teaching. The approach is that the more you know about what and how students are learning, the better you can plan learning activities to structure your teaching.

Classroom Management

Teachers consider pupils’ behavior management as one of the top stressors in their profession. If you have exceptional strategies to help you manage your classroom effectively, then these strategies will help you create an enabling and conducive environment for your students to learn effectively.

Teaching methods- Life Skills

We live in a world full of challenges and we need life skills to cope with the challenges. It is for this reason that life skills education is an important aspect of the school curriculum

Teaching Methods

The teachers must constantly keep innovating and keep devising new methods of teaching.  Recognition and appreciation lead to more engagement and interest in class activities.

Instructional tools & skills

The Instructional Framework is intended to encourage teachers to examine their own instructional practice. Reflective assessment of the use of strategies, methods, and skills may lead teachers to broaden and deepen their repertoire of instructional approaches.

Parents as Partners

Fostering parent engagement in children’s education is important in helping young children reach their full potential. Parents who are involved tend to have a more positive view of teachers, which results in improved teacher morale.

Health and well being at school

Well-being is important at school because schools have an essential role to play in supporting students to make healthy lifestyle choices and understand the effects of their choices on their health and well-being. 

Effective Communication

Being able to communicate is vital to being an effective educator. Communication not only conveys information, but it encourages effort, modifies attitudes, and stimulates thinking. 

Anger & Stress Management

Effective stress and anger management can transform the teacher’s experience into a positive and rewarding contribution to the growth of individual children and the larger society.

Importance of Education+training

Introduction session for importance of education and teaching in 21st Century

Time Management

Teachers need to balance the long-term goals of the classroom, and the large volume of paperwork that comes with every assignment. With effective time management skills, teachers can increase their productivity and provide a better education for their students.

Digital Literacy

Today’s youth are often called “digital natives” by adults because of the seemingly effortless way they engage with all things technological. Digital literacy encompasses a wide range of ''new'' technology, even the technology you're using to access this lesson.