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Principals Diary

Impress your management with the task list in principals diary. An Exclusive Diary especially designed for Principals / Directors / Head of Schools / Coordinators / HOD's

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  1. Boost your teaching – body language techniques

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    How body language or non-verbal communication can improve teaching, from starting and finishing a lesson to engaging, motivating and managing pupils during one. Expert advice comes from Chris Caswell, an assistant headteacher at Myton School in Warwick, who’s studied and written about the use of body language in the classroom. Chris, who’s also a teacher trainer, observes and reviews the actions of five teachers at different stages of their lessons. The techniques he highlights include touching your head and face to encourage concentration, using hand gestures to invite participation and moving around the class to gain attention.

    Vishal Jain

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  2. Elocution Competitions

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    A rich vocabulary and lot of conviction is required during an elocution competition in schools. An elocution competition at school level gives students a good opportunity to combat with the biggest fear factor i.e. stage fear. This allows the student to connect with the audience and also understand the concepts... Comment
  3. QCI – NABET – Accreditation Standard For quality School Governance

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    Accreditation For Quality School Governance – Process Steps to School Accreditation The National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET) has developed specific procedures for schools seeking accreditation. The process supports, enhances and stimulates growth and improvement throughout a school. The steps for seeking accreditation are as follows : Step... Comment
  4. Garden Based Learning

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    Seeking garden activities and curricula for your classroom, program, or club? Working to integrate the garden into your teaching and learning with children, youth, or adults? Looking for gardening resources, research, and support? Here, you’ll find that and more.  Our programs utilize the garden as a vibrant foundation for integrated... Comment
  5. Multi-age classroom

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    Multi-age classroom. Mostly this means that the class contains students from two grades.  Sometimes it can mean that there are three grades in one class.  One of the best classes I ever taught was a ‘three grade’ classroom.  When a class is evenly divided between two or more grades the... Comment

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