Monthly Archives: May 2012

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  Why are some people more successful than others? Before answering this question, what is the definition of success? Success means different things to different people. Think of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Warren Buffet, Dhirubhai Ambani, Steve Jobs, … Continue reading

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Teachers 05

The Teacher Report: 7 Crazy Things People Say to Teachers (and How to Respond) by WAT staff yesterday – last edited yesterday   If there’s one thing we know about teaching, it’s that very few people know what it’s like … Continue reading

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Parents & Teachers01

Dear readers, This we received from one of the readers like you. May be this will interest you: Please read on and send your comments. POSITIVE REFLECTIONS Secrets to Interpersonal Effectiveness Behave in a friendly way; smile. Make people feel … Continue reading

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Parents Tip 01

  I haven’t been to the post office since “the incident.” I was that wild-eyed woman with a screaming child, slowly working my way up the line as one customer after another let me go ahead. Turns out my desperate … Continue reading

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Teacher Tip 03

Here is another teacher’s tip It is important to believe that every student can succeed. If you believe it, students will realize it and work harder. When a teacher doesn’t truly believe that each student can succeed in his or … Continue reading

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Teacher Tip 02

  This tip comes from Jim Corbett: “Students often get bored reading text and vocabulary day after day. I counter this challenge by throwing in a little emotion. Have the students read as if they are furious, confused, afraid or … Continue reading

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Teacher Tip 01

This tip comes from Jim Corbett: “Students often get bored reading text and vocabulary day after day. I counter this challenge by throwing in a little emotion. Have the students read as if they are furious, confused, afraid or assertive. … Continue reading

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Leadership of the future

Presidential elections in USA are round the corner. While surfing we came across Eli Harari’s article (He is a professional trainer of different kind). The article lists the leadership fundamentals of 21st Century. You would certainly like to explore the … Continue reading

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Did you know 01?

  To measure sunshine, weathermen use a Campbell Stokes sunshine recorder. This is a glass ball which concentrates sunshine on to a thick piece of card. The sunshine burns a mark on the card which shows the number of hours … Continue reading

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