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Menachem Moscovitz: 3 Main Things We Have Learnt About Teaching during Lockdown

1. Most teaching happens remotely these days

For decades, tech evangelists have predicted that the time would come when all schooling will happen online. And because of the lockdown, the pandemic-prompted school closures made this come to reality. 467 more words

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Menachem Moscovitz: 5 Tips for Keeping Your Book Plans on Track during Lockdown

Books keep us alive and wondering. We NEED them especially during a time like this when we all are trapped inside our homes. It will not be wrong to say that books are the only source of imagination right now for all of us. 332 more words

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4 Ways Teachers Can Help Students with Stress

Stress is not anymore a guest who comes around once or twice a year; it has become a frequent visitor. Menachem Moscovitz addresses stress as the main factor behind overthinking and poor performance of students during tests or exams. 471 more words

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7 Books Teachers Should Read During Quarantine by Menachem Moscovitz

We know that chaos and uncertainty are going in the world right now but we all have to fight and stay alive.

believes that there has never been a better time to indulge in a book. 467 more words

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6 Signs You are Making Change as a Teacher

Being a teacher is great when your passion is teaching. Menachem Moscovitz shares that one of the teacher’s fears is will they be able to get respect and love from their students? 479 more words

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Menachem Moscovitz: 8 Tips for Better Online Teaching

Due to the coronavirus outbreak lockdown is set to be increased and online teaching is going to get tougher. But we can adopt some ways that can make online learning lessons easy. 478 more words

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Five Principles of Good Teaching by Menachem Moscovitz

Years ago great educators invented “five principles of good teaching”, to improve undergraduate teaching. We are talking about Arthur W. Chickering and Zelda F. Gamson; they defined what good education/teaching means in true sense. 510 more words

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