Motivasi Waris SKDH 2015 - 16th February 2015

 “It’s not that I’m so smart,” Albert Einstein once said, “It’s just that I stay with problems longer.”

How telling that one of the greatest geniuses of all time explained his success in this way. Einstein gave the credit not to his superior intellect, but to his tremendous persistence. He was motivated!

Of course, not everyone can come up with a theory that will forever change science. But every-one can use motivation to achieve personal success, beginning from an early age. Research has plainly shown that motivated children do better in school—not necessarily because they feel they have to be the best, but because they are trying their best.

Based on these characteristics, it is not difficult to see why motivated students are more successful! Motivated students can rightly take credit for their own achievements, but most of them also owe a debt to the people who started them out on the right path—their parents. As a parent you have a large role to play in whether or not your child will be motivated to do his best in school. In the end, it’s up to him—but you can create an encouraging environment.

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SKDH Waves of English 2015 - 18th February 2015

Teacher professional development must be intentional, ongoing and systematic. It is essential that teachers and administrators have knowledge of and use the literature on English language learning to inform their teaching practices.

Coaching and collaboration ensure changes in teaching practice and result in the implementation of best practices. Research shows that teachers require more than a year to master the implementation of new approaches to the curriculum.

A primary strategy for English language development is the effective implementation of the program of studies throughout the school. Promising ESL projects include four essential components fundamental to improving student

learning and success:

1. alignment of resources

2. enhanced staff capacity

3. research-based teaching strategies

4. the involvement of communities and families.

Writing and reading projects and strategies are essential. Cross-curricular language learning strategies support school-wide English language learning and develop the metacognitive skills of all students.

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