Important factors for better health

No doubt that staying healthy is the demand of the present day. Life is full of obstacles and the challenges. Facing them is essential to stay and outshine from others. Your outlook and personality is also the biggest deal in this context. You should know the fact that a perfect…

Benefits of maintaining the healthy lifestyle

No doubt that our life is unpredictable and knowing about the ups and downs in advance is not possible. A perfect health is your best friend during your life and nothing can take the place of it. You should give preference to your health and make sure that you are…

Modern lifestyle and perfect health

Modern lifestyle is full of such things which hardly allow us to lead a perfect health. Yes, the stress and burden have increased in many folds. To get the success in the life, stay happy and healthy is also necessary. You should try your best to maintain the perfect routine…

Health and balanced diet charts

Staying healthy is becoming a challenging task with the passing of every single day. This is happening because of the increasing pollution and unhealthy lifestyle. In every sector, the competition has increased in many folds and thus people wanted to be on the top every time. But this tendency of…

Healthy lifestyle in a family Good general life is subjected to getting affected with many diseases. No doubt that during the childhood and vaccination play an important role to boost of your immune system but still there are many factors which need to look after for a perfect life. With…

Rote learning vs learning facts meaningfully

In my last post, I wrote about lessons in which pupils are not thinking about the aims of the lesson. I gave an example of a unit of work I taught when I first began teaching. Obviously this example is anecdotal and doesn’t prove that this is a wider problem.…

Review each lesson plan in terms of what the student is likely to think about

Last week Dan T Willingham was mentioned in the UK media quite a few times. Willingham is a cognitive psychologist at the University of Virginia whose research focuses on the ‘application of cognitive psychology to K-12 education’. Last week, Michael Gove praised Willingham’s work in a speech. The Guardian wrote…

Why you can’t just Google it

In my post here, I talked about the pervasive modern idea that Google renders memory irrelevant, and explained why this idea is false. I want to return to this point here with some further explanations. The best explanation of why you can’t ‘Just Google It’ is by E.D. Hirsch here.…