We hope that you’re still buzzing with enthusiasm from our recent webinar on Communicating with Students and Parents. We’re grateful for your active participation and the positive energy you brought to the event. Your engagement made it a resounding success!
At QuickSchools, we believe that providing feedback to students, engaging with parents, and fostering a collaborative environment is the key to to a successful educational journey. During the webinar, we shared the tools that’ll make these communication activities easy and effective.
Success isn’t just about getting high scores on a test. It is also about connecting, understanding, and thriving. Hence, the earlier students understand this, the better. This is where Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) steps onto the scene as a guiding light. It’s more than just a buzzword – it’s the toolkit that equips students to handle challenges, build meaningful relationships, and make decisions that resonate with their core values.
SEL has emerged as a vital educational approach that addresses the holistic development of students, equipping them with essential life skills that extend beyond the confines of textbooks and school syllabi.
For those embarking on their inaugural year as new teachers in an unfamiliar school setting, we offer a selection of articles tailored to your needs. From different teaching tips to help your students, to the use of technology and apps, and fun activities you can do in the classroom to celebrate different holidays. These resources are intended to alleviate any apprehension surrounding the commencement of the school year, particularly the first day.
Google Maps may not initially come to mind when you’re thinking about classroom resources. But did you know that Google Maps can be of great help in the classroom? Google Maps can be useful for teaching subjects such as Geography, History, and Politics. Technology continues to play a growing role in education, providing helpful and effective tools for students and teachers. By utilizing them, there are various innovative ways to incorporate digital tools and visualization into your teaching process.
We’re familiar with all the emerging digital tools being incorporated into the classroom in this day and age, but who would have thought something as simple as Google Maps could also alleviate your lessons? Let’s take a look at the ways Google Maps can help teachers in the classroom.
We’re sure many of us are familiar with this new technology since its birth in late 2022. We have also personally tried it out! So let’s just cut to the chase, shall we? ChatGPT has stirred up a lot of heated debates and discussions on social media. Many others voiced their personal opinions on this AI technology. Today we will be discussing the positive and negative impacts of ChatGPT on students and how schools can embrace it. Or if they should?