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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

After Parkland- Helping Traumatized Children

Traumatic events can cause severe disruption to students’ ability to have a normal school experience. In her article for ASCD, Kristine Souers writes that trauma is […]

Where is PracTutor Blog? Your Blog Resumes Publishing

6 Months. That’s the time since we’ve published an article on PracTutor blog. Six Long months. Why the silence?  You know it. If you are […]

Simpler. Slicker. Smarter – PracTutor Just Got Better

We’re excited to introduce you to the new PracTutor, the latest evolution of your trusted Math and Language Arts companion. Yes, PracTutor just got better! Over […]

Free Play, It’s Important and Your Kids Need it

“As schools shrink recess periods and more children take on organized after-school activities; parents and educators may need to consider ways to make time for […]

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 […]

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