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We know that money can be a problem for many people, especially the lack of it. But this is nothing to be ashamed of, and the best of people go through this problem. This problem can affect many people’s ability to pursue their dreams.

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This is why we offer a range of different scholarships for you. We currently operate in Australia.

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As per our belief in the fact that education is something crucial for every individual to grow and learn. This is why we bring you the best possible scholarships so that you don’t have to worry about the finances when planning to pursue your dream education.

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We offer a range of scholarships that are for several different and diverse programs. These programs are offered by top universities in Australia. So, don’t worry if the conventional courses do not interest you, as we’ve got you covered.

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The universities we contact and provide scholarships for, are the best universities that you can find in Australia. The reason we target such universities is that we want the best level of education for you, and these are the best you can ask for.

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TEACHING TO BE IN GROUP

TEACHING TO BE IN GROUP

Once in the classroom, then, the teacher must implement a series of strategies for conducting class dynamics , ranging from the use of voice to non-verbal communication, to mastering the situation. And pay adequate attention to the management of what Paolo Ragusa , vice president and manager of the educational activities of the Psycho-pedagogical Center for education and conflict management, calls “social incompetence” .

“It should not be assumed that, just because they are in a class, all children are capable of being in a group. Whoever disturbs is often a social incompetent. Many are sheltered from a group context, have a parent of their own and are therefore inclined to bully the adult. In a class group, then, the first thing they do is look for the adult to bully and often the teacher makes the mistake of creating exclusive relationships ».

According to Ragusa, in fact, the teacher makes a mistake when he puts a disturbing child next to him : “He collects his request for exclusivity and does not allow him to learn to be with others”. Instead, let him work first with a partner and then place him in a larger group: “Social competence must be progressively built. Thus the child learns to live with the limits that the other person places, while the teacher manages times and ways of working “.

DIGITAL, YES BUT WITHOUT EXAGGING

In the era in which we are all immersed in new technologies , it is unthinkable to rely solely on traditional teaching made up of lectures, interrogations and home study.

Sometimes, as Oliverio Ferraris argues, “a situation of chaos in the classroom also depends on inadequate teaching”. Therefore, the teacher must be ready to question the way he teaches . If the students have changed a lot, maybe the school is still not enough. This does not mean the go-ahead for a totally digital education: “Welcome the new, but every means must be regulated” says Ragusa. «Learning is not a transmissive fact, it is the result of a relationship, both with the teacher and with the class group. In digital teaching, in which the student is alone with his tablet , this relationship disappears “.

CHAOS IN THE CLASSROOM: WHY YOU CREATE AND HOW TO MANAGE A DIFFICULT CLASS

CHAOS IN THE CLASSROOM: WHY YOU CREATE AND HOW TO MANAGE A DIFFICULT CLASS

The dream of every teacher is to work with willing, interested students who respect the rules It is true: the teacher is required to juggle, as a tightrope walker, between disciplinary, psycho-pedagogical, relational and didactic competences, but, sometimes, the instinctive reaction to a difficult class is only to want to cover one’s ears and run away Street. And maybe you feel inadequate.

Or you scream and use an iron fist, perhaps useful to maintain discipline, but in the long run counter-productive , given that you end up generating discontent and disaffection for the school. Instead , students should be involved so that they are motivated to scholastic success, and create a productive learning and work environment. In short, with the sole discipline the order is maintained, but the class is not managed.

That students have become increasingly difficult is not just a perception: according to a research by CeDisMa (Center for Studies and Research on Disability and Marginality) of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan , the teacher uses almost two at the beginning of the year months and a half to create an adequate classroom climate , while twenty years ago it took just over two weeks. And the change of the boys is noticed in the disrespectful behavior towards the rules (68%), followed by emotional fragility , inattention , restlessness , ease to get bored , up to the disrespectful behavior towards teachers and classmates (22%).

THE COMPLEXITY OF PUPILS

There can be various reasons why chaos is generated in the classroom. Summarizing them in a single term, the cause is complexity: “By now we have boys who bring all their needs to class,” explains Luigi D’Alonzo , professor of special pedagogy at the Catholic University of Milan.

“Once they went to school and they struggled to express them, while now the school becomes an open door to their dissatisfactions : family problems are very complex and difficult and children no longer have brakes or limits”. Thus, within the same class, the teacher has to deal with students with personal problems, with “badly educated” students, because of parents unable to give limits and rules, to students with specific learning disabilities , to students problematic foreigners if they cannot integrate or do not master the language, and obviously of anxious, lazy or slacking students.

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