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MBTI Types: Educating Various Types of Students

Knowing who we are is what gives us a sense of purpose. Career is one-way how this purpose is expressed and college is one way we prepare for a career. In order to succeed in college students have to be open to take in new information but their performance will also depend on their personal learning patterns.

According to Myers Briggs learning styles we all have inborn learning preferences. When students don’t understand the lesson teachers can help them to grasp the material in their own way using research-based framework that is suggested by MBTI test.

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Effective Methods to Teach in 2017-2018 Academic Year

“You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself”

by Galileo Galilei

Every teacher is responsible for making a bridge between delivering new knowledge, and its comprehension. Keeping your ear to the ground of what students really need and comply with their interests is a sign of great educator. Being aware of and implying modern teaching methods is crucial, they make learning process engaging and cultivate a desire for a life-long learning.

We, at Unicheck, would like to provide you an insight to the effective teaching methods that aim to understand your students more, consider psychological facets of learning as well as practical application that can’t but give positive results. Read More

Twitter in the Classroom. How to Accelerate Student Learning

Communication is what matters much. We at Unicheck do believe effective teacher-student collaboration depends on the ontime information uptake a lot. Twitter is one of the tools that can enhance student learning and save teacher from a pile of tiring paper work.  

Students are used to tweet for fun. With Twitter it is easy to make learning a student’s everyday habit. Twitter in the classroom helps engage learners faster even if a topic is difficult to grasp. It is suitable for giving quizzes, getting student feedback within seconds, and keeping in touch with students’ parents.  
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