How To Maintain The Right Mindset As A Teacher

Mindset more than anything else is the best predictor of success. Contrary to popular belief, high achievement isn’t merely a product of talent or ability.

It is important to note that, our internal beliefs about our own abilities, skills, and potential actually fuel behavioral patterns and hence predict our success.
Leading Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck argues that the pivotal quality separating successful people from their unsuccessful counterparts is whether they think their intelligence can be developed versus believing it is fixed.
Hence, as a teacher, aside from dealing with tutoring challenges, there is a need for you to know how you can give a new life to your teaching without sleepless nights, sacrificing time or losing your sanity.
Let’s talk about how to do this:
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How to Deal With Tutoring Challenges

This is the second lesson on our how to become a good teacher series.  We’ve learned that having a professional teaching qualification does not necessarily make one a good teacher. 
In the same way, the mere fact that a person belongs to a particular profession does not automatically guarantee that his/her service as a teacher will also be professional.
In our lesson for today, we want to look at some challenges that a teacher you are likely to face and how to go about in handling them.
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As you may have learned already, every child learns in a completely different way and every person has a different learning style.  In other, for you to succeed as a good teacher, there is a need for you to identify your student learning style, his/her learning problems and the…

Four Ways Of Becoming A Good Teacher

The majority of parents want 'qualified teachers' to teach their children, but, there's more to being a good teacher than lesson skills
A professional teaching qualification does not make a teacher professional, in the true sense of the word. Belonging to a particular profession does not automatically guarantee that the service a teacher provides is a professional one. Hence, as a teacher, since you are supposed to shape the minds of others and encourage them to think independentlyit’s important to be organized. Create lesson plans, objectives, activities, and assessment plans well before each lesson day. Get your students interested in learning by fostering a positive, supportive, yet challenging tutoring environment.
In this lesson, we will be focusing on four major areas needed for one to become a good tutor:
·Developing a Good Tutoring Environment
·Dealing with Tutoring Challenges
·Maintaining the Right Mindset
·Improving as a Professional Tutor

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How To Get A Good Private Tutor For Homeschooling

Most homeschool families teach their children from home until certain conditions are met. 

Some parents stop once they believe they are no longer qualified to teach. Others, on the other hand, may enroll the kids in the public education and still employ a private tutor at home, others wait until they believe their children have matured enough to handle the social pressure, influences, and other adverse effects of public education and the ‘outside’ world. 
Furthermore, other families leave the decision up to their children.
Sometimes extremely independent students and self-learners ask their parents to pull them from public schools so they can create a more independent schedule. Whichever case, as a parent, you must think carefully about the kind of education you want to be providing your child. If you decide to homeschool your child to a certain level using the NATIONAL CURRICULUM, then, you will most likely need external help. You may be capable of teaching your children at basic levels …

Why Most Parents Consider Homeschooling

Today, many parents keep their children in home education until certain conditions are met. As we learned in our previous lesson, homeschooling might usually be conducted by a parent, a close family member or a private tutor. However, in whichever case, homeschooling families choose to home educates their kids for particular reasons:
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Now let us take a look at some of the major reasons why parents choose to homeschool their kids:

Social ReasonsIn public schools, socialization techniques, such as classroom management, peer grouping, and extracurricular activities, take much time and effort. But must children learn such basic life skills as working together, sharing, and showing respect for others through formalized classroom experiences? Critics charge that home-schooled chil…

What is Homeschooling?

For some time now most parents have been asking what it means to be homeschooled, reasons why one might want to consider this and how to get a good private tutor for this purpose and so in this article series, I would like to focus on each of these areas and then share my views on them.
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Homeschooling, also known as home education, is the education of children at home. 
Homeschooling is usually conducted by a parent or tutor.  Many families use less formal ways of educating at home.
"Homeschooling" is the term commonly used in North America, whereas "home education" is commonly used in the United Kingdom, Europe, and in many Commonwealth countries.
When you learn reading, math and other stuff taught in school from your parents or tutors who come to your house, it&…