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PracTutor blog aims at helping classrooms digitize their classrooms. It aims to orient teachers, school administrations, parents and teachers towards computer-based learning, and help improve their classroom experiences.

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Posts by PracTutor Blog

Personalized Learning – A Fresh Approach

Did Jon got to choose his brain? Then, whose fault is it, if he’s cannot do simple multiplication, and keeps on nagging you for a […]

How To Ensure Students Take Your Feedback Seriously

“Stop ranting!” That’s what students are thinking, whenever a teacher begins giving feedback. Research, too, suggests that most children label feedback as demoralizing, irrelevant and unhelpful. […]

Personalized Learning, Really! – The 7 Components of personalized learning

What does it mean to “implement personalized learning”? We believe personalized learning implementation should emphasize on student-centered classrooms. As discussed in previous posts, it depends […]

Warning: At-risk Students!

Chasing Common Core goals isn’t easy; especially, if one teaches at-risk students. The popular approach is – identify the students at risk, and place them […]

Are Your Students On Track for the End of the Year Test?

Take a spin through the infographic below, and consider the variables of the approaching end of the year test. Are you students on track for […]

Transforming Schools for Language Learners: The Push-in Model

Do you have students struggling with Language Arts? Failure to read proficiently and independently by fourth grade can hinder student progress seriously. If your students […]

How to Teach Math Through Problem-solving

Teaching Problem solving isn’t an easy process. A teacher by nature is an expert; problem-solving is easy for them, and they are so fluent in […]

Proficiency or Growth: Why the Debate Matters

This debate isn’t just theoretical. In the long run, both proficiency and growth are valuable indicators. If a student cannot be deemed proficient by high-school […]

The Real Secret to Being Great at Math

Of all the subjects, why do kids hate only Math? Many people would tell you, it’s because either they didn’t study properly, or worst, they […]

How To Engage Gifted Students In A Regular Classroom

Teaching gifted students in a regular classroom isn’t an easy job. It’s a grand challenge. By the virtue of their unique abilities, gifted students deserve […]

How To Create A Student Centered Classroom

What does it mean to have a student centered classroom? Generally, when people discuss student centered classrooms, they begin by talking about technology, how technology […]

PracTutor Signs the Student Privacy Pledge

PracTutor reinforces its commitment to responsible data practices and safeguarding student privacy.   Louisville, KY  – Dec 14, 2016 – PracTutor announces that it has […]

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