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  1. How to prepare for CBSE board exam in less than 2 weeks

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    Hardly two weeks remain before CBSE Board exams begin. There is so much to prepare and so little time. You have studied a lot but also seem to forget a lot. You are tense. But don’t worry. We share the 3 Rules to crack the toughest exam effectively and quickly.

    How to prepare for CBSE board exam in less than 2 weeksWith CBSE Class 10 and 12 boards just around the corner, students might be undergoing different forms of emotional roller coaster ride. Some might be nervous, some scared and some may be excited for the upcoming exams as their preparation must be excellent. Hardly a week remains before CBSE board exams to begin and many of you might still be revising certain topics. Possibility is there, that you might have studied a lot but also seem to forget a lot. You are tense. But don’t worry. We share the three golden rules to crack the toughest exam effectively and quickly.

    Have a plan of study ready. Do not make it very complex.

    Simply list down all major topics and sub-topics of a particular subject on a sheet of paper. Or use table of contents of a good book on the subject. You will be ticking off whatever is completed.

    One tick for those topics that you studied reasonably well.

    Two ticks where you also practiced and are quite confident.

    Three ticks for those where you performed another revision and consider yourself an expert.

    Your target is to have as many three-ticks as possible before the exam.

    First thing in the morning, decide targets for the day. Do not take more than two minutes for this.

    Take a short target for next 25 minutes, one specific topic. Don’t think beyond 25 minutes at a time.

    To gain maximum out of the above three rules you have to follow some recommended daily routine.

    • Take small break of few minutes every 40 minutes. Stretch lightly for half a minute during the breaks.
    • Maintain a regular sleep pattern. Leave study at least 30 minutes before sleep. During these 30 minutes, wash your limbs and face, settle down, close your eyes, relax your mind, allow it to
    • drift wherever it feels like, gradually speak reaffirmations to yourself and allow yourself into a wonderful sleep.
    • Unless really necessary, avoid caffeine. They may lengthen your waking time. But they can also disturb your sleep, reduce grasping capacity of brain, and make you feel tired when you wake up
    • next day. Instead of tea or coffee, have lemon water or green tea.
    • Avoid TV, films, chatting, long phone calls, social media unless absolutely necessary. These will tire your brain. Speak less with others. Allow your brain to spend time with yourself.
    • Play music, or sing, or dance, or simply meditate during the short study breaks.
    • We are sure these rules and its recommended schedule will help you crack CBSE board exam 2015 with flying colors.  All the Best!
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  2. Effective Co-Teaching Strategies

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    With inclusion on the rise, teachers are sharing classrooms more than ever and becoming an effective co-teaching partner is a teaching essential. With the onset of a new school year right around the corner, meanwhile, it’s imperative to begin devising and building positive co-teaching strategies. A co-teaching team typically includes... 1
  3. Top 12 Ways to Increase Student Participation

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    Call it “active learning,” or “classroom participation” — every teacher wants to know how to motivate students to participate, and how to nurture more involved students and fewer apathetic ones. With a little extra planning, that is possible. Below are four common reasons students don’t participate and techniques to solve... 1
  4. Nine Characteristics of a Great Teacher

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    Years ago, as a young, eager student, I would have told you that a great teacher was someone who provided classroom entertainment and gave very little homework. Needless to say, after many years of K-12 administrative experience and giving hundreds of teacher evaluations, my perspective has changed. My current position... 1
  5. What makes a great teacher?

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    What makes a great teacher? Teaching is one of the most complicated jobs today. It demands broad knowledge of subject matter, curriculum, and standards; enthusiasm, a caring attitude, and a love of learning; knowledge of discipline and classroom management techniques; and a desire to make a difference in the lives... 1

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