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How to Teach Child Smarter but not Harder?

1. The organization of the class
In well-organized classes: time, materials and space are used efficiently. This will increase the opportunities for participation, and make it easier for teachers ...

Indeed, a well- organized classroom makes it easier for the teacher to make contact with particular students while teaching the whole class.

How to organize the space?
Lesson Plan Archive: Some teachers use lesson plans saved on the computer, and archive their lesson plans for easy editing the following year.
Set a specific time for all students to clean and organize their desks and lockers.
Let your students move around the classroom in a natural way. They feel less anxious.
Establish habits for managing personal and class materials, recording homework assignments, completing and returning homework to the teacher, distributing and collecting assignments, and entering and entering school and class and exit.

2. Reconciling work and family
It is very obvious that the teaching profession is very delicate. Indeed, teachers are under constant pressure from work. This pressure increases, especially in the event of failure to reconcile work and family. Some teachers are unable to delimit time and work space. For example, increased time to correct copies, and preparation for lessons. However, the social image of the teaching profession is linked to an important free time. However, society must know that the teacher's working time is divided into three parts. One part in class with his students; another part, in the establishment for meetings, class councils, administrative work, and preparation of files…; and a final part at home on family time (training, correction of copies, and course preparations). This is why it is very difficult to reconcile professional and family life.

To achieve a healthy work-family balance, teachers offer the following solutions:

Use of diary and computer. The planner helps you plan your time better. Use different colors depending on the areas of your life (school, family, staff). The computer also helps you to save time and avoid certain trips (banking transactions, contacts with teachers, and with the parents of students, lesson preparations).
Take short breaks to divide your tasks into smaller parts. Take advantage of every minute and free time before your students arrive to prepare for your lessons and make corrections ...
Learn to delegate, and act like a good entrepreneur. Start delegating household chores to your children, and even in your classroom with your students. This develops their autonomy.

3. Know how to say "NO" and set limits
To refuse the requests of others is to assert your choices, and to be respected ... For all this, you have to dare to "say no", whether to parents of students, teachers, or others. But, you can't say “no” to a student who needs you, or your principal who asks you for the materials. Simply set clear boundaries that make you an effective teacher.

4. Use new technology
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are increasingly seen as part of the modern education system. The teacher is called upon to use them because they bring him added value. Indeed, technology helps the teacher to capture the attention and stimulate each learner. In addition, the teacher can connect with classrooms around the world, using online platforms like: Collaborative Board, Moodle, ClassDojo . Technology facilitates educational differentiation. Activities can be created to match the needs of each student, so the teacher can chat and interact with other teachers around the world to find ideas for effectively reaching their students. In addition, the teacher can easily share the work of his students with parents.