Entries by Christopher Teo Jian

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Bonding the class together by humanising digital pedagogy

Humans are social creatures. Early and middle teens are an important period of social development. It is during this time that teens start forming defining relationships that their identity is based upon. This period of development is observable through the stark contrast in behaviour of the lower secondary students, compared with the upper secondary ones. […]

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Ensure your Teacher-Student relationships outlast the coronavirus

Teachers were surprised, and forced to be creative when home-based learning was announced. They had to adopt new and different technologies, methodologies, and pedagogies, all of which will change the way they teach forever Now, there is an increased emphasis on learning independently and effectively. Teachers are facing tension between delivering content efficiently and trying […]