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Is testing important?

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Assessment is an integral part of instruction, as it determines whether or not the goals of education are being met. Assessment affects decisions about grades, placement, advancement, instructional needs, curriculum, and, in some cases, funding. Assessment inspire us to ask these hard questions: “Are we teaching what we think we are teaching?” “Are students learning what they are supposed to ... Read More »

Chaos at School on the First day of the test week

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Because of the decision by the Tunisian teachers in not to supervise tests until the the ministry responds to their requests, the students themselves refused to come to classes and study. Here are some of today’s pictures that show the troubles and the mess. Fortunately, no accidents took place. Photos Taken By : Hazem Read More »

How to improve your English skills

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Our most important piece of advice is: “Do something (anything). If you don’t do anything, you won’t get anywhere. Make it your hobby, not a chore. Above all have fun! Oh, and don’t be in too much of a hurry. You’re setting off on a long journey and there will be delays and frustrations along the way. Sometimes you’ll be ... Read More »

Disadvantages of eLearning

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  Potential drawbacks are that e-learning can be: Technology dependent: learners will need access to a machine of minimum specification as dictated by the elearning supplier or access to a service with a high bandwidth to transfer the course materials in a timely way. Material Incompatibility: some materials designed for one particular system will not function properly on another (for ... Read More »

Advantages of Elearning

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One of the impacts of the credit crunch has been a fresh look at the potential of e-learning. We decided to take a look at some of the research and examine the benefits of e-learning, including evidence of: Lower costs Faster delivery More effective learning Lower environmental impact Lower cost? There appears to be little argument that e-learning can be more ... Read More »

Running an ICT Club

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By Mark Warner Age Range: 5 to 11 For a number of years, I’ve been running after school Computing clubs with our children. During these clubs, my aim has been to give children the opportunity to use technology in ways that they might not be able to during their regular ICT lessons in class.   When planning my ICT clubs ... Read More »

From Chalkboards to Chatboards

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What will a classroom look like in fifty years? Hundreds of years ago, no one could have possibly imagined some of the exciting, effective learning technologies we have today. In just the last few decades, there have been dramatic technological advances that are changing the nature of the classroom, how students learn, and how teachers teach. Resources are more readily ... Read More »

Using videos in the classroom

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Teaching English as a second language , nowadays , is facing a lot of changes which are imposed, either directly or indirectly by the current needs of the digital era .It’s more than true that we are living in an age that is controlled in all its aspects digitally. No matter how proficient is the teacher in this domain , ... Read More »